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Breaking! South Korea Closes Its Largest Dog Meat Slaughterhouse, Taepyeong; Much More Needs To Be Done To End The Horrific Dog Meat Trade


Jean Chung/For HSI

Taepyeong, the biggest pooch slaughterhouse in South Korea has been closed somewhere around nearby specialists, conveying the nation one bit nearer to closure its merciless canine meat exchange. 

Tragically, according to a report on the Korea Animal Rights Advocates Facebook page yesterday, a deferral by Seongnam-si brought about the slaughterhouse proprietor having sufficient energy to exchange the pooches to another area. 

"We proved unable 'protect' the canines this time. Be that as it may, it is critical for puppy cultivate proprietors to demonstrate the defeat of the biggest pooch slaughterhouse, to demonstrate the difference in the biggest conventional canine market, and to drive their consistence," the association noted in the post.
 "In doing as such, we should diminish the quantity of puppy homesteads and canine slaughterhouses that we have to close down. Additionally, we should accomplish more to pass the pooch butcher boycott." 

Taepyeong is included six individual slaughterhouses, five of which will be bulldozed instantly. Consent to demolish the 6th building was not anchored in time for the conclusion, in any case, the majority of its enclosures will be pulverized and gear expelled with the goal that it is not any more operational.


"Both as a Korean native and a creature campaigner, it was fantastically moving for me to be a piece of the noteworthy conclusion of this infamous puppy slaughterhouse," expressed HSI Korea's Nara Kim in an announcement. " This truly feels like a milestone minute in the downfall of the pooch meat industry in South Korea, and sends the reasonable message that the canine meat industry is progressively unwelcome in Korean culture." 

The conclusion of Taepyeong comes when hound meat utilization is declining quickly in South Korea, especially among more youthful ages. A review by Gallup Korea led in June 2018 cases that 70% of South Koreans express that they won't eat hound meat later on, and ongoing moves to check the pooch meat exchange mirror a general public progressively jittery with the business. Most as of late, last September, a Supreme Court struck down a lower court choice to permit hound electric shock.
"We have been trying consistent endeavors to close down the 
Taepyeong-dong hound slaughterhouse through examinations and putting weight on Gyeonggi territory and Seongnam-si. As Korea's greatest, merciless, unlawful pooch slaughterhouse, Taepyeong-dong is famous for providing colossal measures of puppy bodies to adjacent Seongnam Moran customary market. Its conclusion is a recorded occasion, and ideally may trigger the conclusion of other unlawful canine slaughterhouses all through the nation," said 
Hyunji Kim of Korea Animal Rights Advocates. "Until the point that we accomplish this, we truly welcome the help of both Korean individuals and worldwide residents who love creatures for helping our battles to totally end hound meat in Korea."
Korea Animal Rights Advocates as of late collaborated with HSI International to display a request of almost one million marks to the President's Blue House, requiring an END to the canine meat exchange!

South Korea Closes Its Largest Dog Meat Slaughterhouse, Taepyeong

Breaking! South Korea Closes Its Largest Dog Meat Slaughterhouse, Taepyeong; Much More Needs To Be Done To End The Horrific Dog Meat Trade


Jean Chung/For HSI

Taepyeong, the biggest pooch slaughterhouse in South Korea has been closed somewhere around nearby specialists, conveying the nation one bit nearer to closure its merciless canine meat exchange. 

Tragically, according to a report on the Korea Animal Rights Advocates Facebook page yesterday, a deferral by Seongnam-si brought about the slaughterhouse proprietor having sufficient energy to exchange the pooches to another area. 

"We proved unable 'protect' the canines this time. Be that as it may, it is critical for puppy cultivate proprietors to demonstrate the defeat of the biggest pooch slaughterhouse, to demonstrate the difference in the biggest conventional canine market, and to drive their consistence," the association noted in the post.
 "In doing as such, we should diminish the quantity of puppy homesteads and canine slaughterhouses that we have to close down. Additionally, we should accomplish more to pass the pooch butcher boycott." 

Taepyeong is included six individual slaughterhouses, five of which will be bulldozed instantly. Consent to demolish the 6th building was not anchored in time for the conclusion, in any case, the majority of its enclosures will be pulverized and gear expelled with the goal that it is not any more operational.


"Both as a Korean native and a creature campaigner, it was fantastically moving for me to be a piece of the noteworthy conclusion of this infamous puppy slaughterhouse," expressed HSI Korea's Nara Kim in an announcement. " This truly feels like a milestone minute in the downfall of the pooch meat industry in South Korea, and sends the reasonable message that the canine meat industry is progressively unwelcome in Korean culture." 

The conclusion of Taepyeong comes when hound meat utilization is declining quickly in South Korea, especially among more youthful ages. A review by Gallup Korea led in June 2018 cases that 70% of South Koreans express that they won't eat hound meat later on, and ongoing moves to check the pooch meat exchange mirror a general public progressively jittery with the business. Most as of late, last September, a Supreme Court struck down a lower court choice to permit hound electric shock.
"We have been trying consistent endeavors to close down the 
Taepyeong-dong hound slaughterhouse through examinations and putting weight on Gyeonggi territory and Seongnam-si. As Korea's greatest, merciless, unlawful pooch slaughterhouse, Taepyeong-dong is famous for providing colossal measures of puppy bodies to adjacent Seongnam Moran customary market. Its conclusion is a recorded occasion, and ideally may trigger the conclusion of other unlawful canine slaughterhouses all through the nation," said 
Hyunji Kim of Korea Animal Rights Advocates. "Until the point that we accomplish this, we truly welcome the help of both Korean individuals and worldwide residents who love creatures for helping our battles to totally end hound meat in Korea."
Korea Animal Rights Advocates as of late collaborated with HSI International to display a request of almost one million marks to the President's Blue House, requiring an END to the canine meat exchange!

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