How about the courage to end the horrific dog meat cruelty in South Korea?

We emailed The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum regarding South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol being chosen as one of the 2023 Special International Profile in Courage Award recipients. 👉 Click HERE for the email addresses of The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Columbia Point
Boston, MA 02125

Dear Director Alan Price and the management of The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum,

We saw the below tweet post by the South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol:

“Greatly honored to be nominated for the ‘2023 Profile in Courage Award’ with PM Kishida. I am confident that continued improvement of 🇰🇷-🇯🇵 relations and a closer 🇰🇷-🇺🇸-🇯🇵 cooperation will contribute to promoting freedom, peace, and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific and beyond.”

We want to inform you about our campaign to end the horrific and unethical dog and cat meat trade in South Korea and ask for your help.

Would you please contact President Yoon Suk-yeol about our campaign and ask President Yoon to demonstrate courage to end his country’s terrible and cruel dog meat industry?

Below is our campaign addressed to President Yoon Suk-yeol to end dog and cat meat cruelty in South Korea. Petition link: We have collected over 263K signatures from people worldwide.

Campaign page:

Thank you!

Giny Woo

Your Excellency President Yoon Suk-Yeol, please end the horrific dog and cat meat trade.

Your Excellency President Yoon Suk-Yeol and the South Korean Government,

Please watch these videos:

Shocking Cruelty of South Korea’s Dog Meat Industry, Part 1 of 2:
Part 2 of 2:
What happens in Seongnam Moran Dog Meat Market every day:
Dogs are often burned alive in their cages, unable to escape:,
The Dog Meat Professionals-South Korea:

I am extremely upset about the torture and consumption of companion animals in South Korea.

With the ubiquity of social media, we see shocking and heartbreaking images and videos of innocent dogs being tortured and killed in your country every day.

Even though Korea has established an Animal Protection Law for companion animals, dogs are still beaten, hung, electrocuted, and treated brutally by farmers and butchers. Also, dogs and cats are still being beaten and boiled alive for so-called elixirs, which do not have medical properties except in the minds of ignorant and gullible customers.

These practices have no place in the modern world. Other Asian countries have banned the eating of dog meat and the cruel industry that goes with it, such as Taiwan and the Philippines. Why does Korea persist in lagging behind these countries and other civilized societies?

It’s the responsibility of the Korean government to once and for all end the cruel dog meat and cat medicine industries in Korea. It is time to dismiss the childish myths and propaganda surrounding these industries and their vile products. It is time to leave behind backward and unnecessary traditions.

And it is time for Korea to start taking animal welfare seriously and show that it does have a compassionate and ethical society. That means it is time for the Korean government to better educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering, not abandoning pets, and properly treating animals.

Until these things are done, Korea’s reputation in the international community will continue to suffer. Its citizens will continue to face shame and embarrassment. And Korea will continue to be regarded as the “third world” despite its modernization and attempts at globalized thinking.

Therefore, I ask that you do all in your power to stop this barbarism and cruelty immediately.

An online petition calling for your action in ending the horrendous dog and cat meat cruelty in South Korea is in progress:

From now on, I will boycott Korean products, and I will not support Korean companies or visit Korea until the abuse of cats and dogs has finally ended.

Yours sincerely,

Giny Woo
PO Box 60191
Sunnyvale, CA 94088 USA

What You Can Do:
Call for Action:

Documentary: Korea’s Dog Cruelty. Dogs Are Innocent.(한국 댕댕이 잔혹사: 개는 죄가 없다)

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” -Mahatma Gandhi

“한 국가의 위대함과 도덕성은 그 나라의 동물들이 어떻게 대우받고 있는지를 보면 알 수 있다.” -마하트마 간디

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