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Film Industry Protestors Go to U.S. Embassy

Actors, who are now protesting the proposed reduction of the screen quota system which the U.S. government is advocating, will send representatives to the U.S. Embassy in Korea.
Actors held a press conference on December 3 and announced that they will send a delegation to the embassy at 01:30 p.m. on December 4.
The protestors plan to deliver a letter to the U.S. ambassador requesting the screen quota system remain in place.
Actors, directors and other film industry workers have been protesting for 3 days against the plan at Myung Dong Cathedral in Seoul after hearing the news that both governments are trying to reduce the screen quota system.

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