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Park Sooni

Park Sooni is a nonfiction writer. Born a third-generation Korean resident in Japan, she later acquired Japanese citizenship. Since graduating from Waseda University, Park has worked at a television program production company and is now engaged in editing and writing for magazines and other publications. She is also the co-author of "Kankoku no Honne" (What South Korea really thinks), published by Takeshobo Co.

Lee, who is 43, was born and raised in Japan. She had been contributing stories to websites and other publications on such topics as relations between Japan and South Korea when a few years ago she also began covering the problem of discrimination against Korean residents in Japan. Since then, Lee has reportedly suffered defamation and insults online, in public and elsewhere from Zaitokukai members and individuals associated with the organization.

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