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Video link: https://youtu.be/-RvFIQT0H5E
A video clip obtained exclusively from an undergraduates at Yonsei University shows that two Chinese-speaking men and women are trying to remove the banner(supporting HK protesting) to somewhere. "What are you doing here? It's my banner." When asked to give it back, they replied in awkward Korean, "What does the Korean have to do with it?" and "What does it matter to you because of Chinese politics?"
These Chinese complained to the korean about the video shoot, saying, "Why do you take it?" In response, "why did you take the banner? This is my private property spent my money. " and he(Korean) said, "if you do not respond to my question, I will sue you based on this video with the poilce. " The man repeated the word "不说; I won't say anything." in Chinese.
When Korean followed two Chinese trying to leave the scene and asked where they belonged, the man said, "我不想跟你说话; I don't want to talk with you," and "不管我; none of your business."