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South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima

 
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South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima
According to officials, all fishery products from radiation-affected regions in Japan will be banned from entering South Korea regardless of the levels of contamination. The ban covers products from Fukushima, Aomori, Ibaraki, Gunma, Miyagi, Iwate, Tochigi, and Chiba prefectures.

“The measure comes as our people’s concerns are growing over the fact that hundreds of tons of radiation contaminated water are leaked daily from the site of Japan’s nuclear accident in Fukushima,”

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toooooooooooo late...we are already internally radiated...
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This is a good way to increase the Pressure on the J- Governmentos!
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Re: South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima
Sampling of marine items found to be adulterated
Ten of the 150 samples of imported fishery products in Korea contain Cesium-137, a radioactive contaminant, environmental organizations announced Tuesday in Seoul.

Cesium-137 is the radioactive material that was leaked from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan following the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake.

The 150 samples were collected from April through October at major chain stores and local markets by Korea Radiation Watch, the Institute for Environment and Community Development Studies and the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements Gwangju.

The 10 contaminated products - four samples of Alaskan pollock, two mackerel samples and one cod, Alaskan pollock roe, Alaskan pollock milt and kelp sample each - were all from large chain supermarkets. The Cesium-137 levels ranged from 0.22 to 0.77 Becquerel per kilogram, averaging 0.41 Becquerel per kilogram.

Currently, the government has permitted the imports of food products that contain less than 100 Becquerels per kilogram of Cesium-137.


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Re: South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima
Sampling of marine items found to be adulterated
Ten of the 150 samples of imported fishery products in Korea contain Cesium-137, a radioactive contaminant, environmental organizations announced Tuesday in Seoul.

Cesium-137 is the radioactive material that was leaked from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan following the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake.

The 150 samples were collected from April through October at major chain stores and local markets by Korea Radiation Watch, the Institute for Environment and Community Development Studies and the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements Gwangju.

The 10 contaminated products - four samples of Alaskan pollock, two mackerel samples and one cod, Alaskan pollock roe, Alaskan pollock milt and kelp sample each - were all from large chain supermarkets. The Cesium-137 levels ranged from 0.22 to 0.77 Becquerel per kilogram, averaging 0.41 Becquerel per kilogram.

Currently, the government has permitted the imports of food products that contain less than 100 Becquerels per kilogram of Cesium-137.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65690171


This Levels are very, very low and may be even coming from
the Bomb Tests in our Atmosphere in the Cold War!
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No one deadly scared about this Level of Contamination? Chuckle
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Re: South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima
Sampling of marine items found to be adulterated
Ten of the 150 samples of imported fishery products in Korea contain Cesium-137, a radioactive contaminant, environmental organizations announced Tuesday in Seoul.

Cesium-137 is the radioactive material that was leaked from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan following the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake.

The 150 samples were collected from April through October at major chain stores and local markets by Korea Radiation Watch, the Institute for Environment and Community Development Studies and the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements Gwangju.

The 10 contaminated products - four samples of Alaskan pollock, two mackerel samples and one cod, Alaskan pollock roe, Alaskan pollock milt and kelp sample each - were all from large chain supermarkets. The Cesium-137 levels ranged from 0.22 to 0.77 Becquerel per kilogram, averaging 0.41 Becquerel per kilogram.

Currently, the government has permitted the imports of food products that contain less than 100 Becquerels per kilogram of Cesium-137.


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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65690171


Yes and Koreans believe and will argue and swear they invented: Judo, Sushi, Wasabi, Kendo, Karate....The South Koreans gov will say and do anything but there is always some way to make money behind it not having anything to do with the stated reason! Always take what that Government say with a grain of salt.
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Re: South Korea placed an import ban on all fisheries products from eight Japanese prefectures effected by radiation from Fukushima
Sampling of marine items found to be adulterated
Ten of the 150 samples of imported fishery products in Korea contain Cesium-137, a radioactive contaminant, environmental organizations announced Tuesday in Seoul.

Cesium-137 is the radioactive material that was leaked from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan following the March 2011 tsunami and earthquake.

The 150 samples were collected from April through October at major chain stores and local markets by Korea Radiation Watch, the Institute for Environment and Community Development Studies and the Korean Federation for Environmental Movements Gwangju.

The 10 contaminated products - four samples of Alaskan pollock, two mackerel samples and one cod, Alaskan pollock roe, Alaskan pollock milt and kelp sample each - were all from large chain supermarkets. The Cesium-137 levels ranged from 0.22 to 0.77 Becquerel per kilogram, averaging 0.41 Becquerel per kilogram.

Currently, the government has permitted the imports of food products that contain less than 100 Becquerels per kilogram of Cesium-137.


[link to koreajoongangdaily.joins.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65690171


Yes and Koreans believe and will argue and swear they invented: Judo, Sushi, Wasabi, Kendo, Karate....The South Koreans gov will say and do anything but there is always some way to make money behind it not having anything to do with the stated reason! Always take what that Government say with a grain of salt.
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You should read the Article it self which i can't Copy for 100%!

Actually this Test was done by a NGO:

The government measures radioactive levels for 1,800 seconds (30 minutes), but the organization measures for 10,000 seconds (2 hours and 47 seconds),” said Lee Yun-keun, head of Korea Radiation Watch. Lee stressed that more thorough monitoring was needed to prevent consumers from ingesting contaminated products.


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