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A shopper passes a beer aisle without a Japanese brand in sight at a store in central Seoul on Friday. Today is the 100th day since the Japanese government kicked off restrictions on exports to Korea of key materials necessary in manufacturing semiconductor chips and displays. The restrictions sparked a national boycott against Japanese goods, including beer. [NEWS1]

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