Lawmakers Reportedly Propose “Sulli Act” To Counter Malicious Comments
According to media outlet World Today, a bill referred to as the “Sulli Act” was proposed by lawmakers to counter malicious comments.
The report states that the bill was proposed by nine members of the National Assembly. Approximately 100 organizations, including the Global Culture & Art Solidarity, Federation of Korean Trade Unions, and Korean Government Employee’s Union, as well as approximately 200 celebrities who either have experience receiving malicious comments or were colleagues with Sulli will be supporting the bill.
The bill will officially be brought to the table on the 49th day of Sulli’s passing, in early December, at the National Assembly’s Memorial Hall.