Police Inspect Jeju International Airports After Online Bomb Threat

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Senin, 7 Agustus 2023 – 19:30 WIB

South Korea – After the stabbing terror, now an online post threatening to bomb Jeju International Airport has led police to search the airport and attempt to track down the writer, South Korean officials said Monday.

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The post was uploaded on an internet community at 9.07 pm on Sunday, threatening to “launch a terrorist bombing attack on Jeju International Airport at two o’clock on Monday,” Yonhap news Agency reported police officials said.

The writer said a bomb had already been planted at the airport and threatened to stab people coming out of the building.

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After spotting the post, the police conducted a search of Jeju International Airport for two hours, but no explosives were found. The officials said the police plan to deploy police personnel and step up access controls at the airport Monday to prepare for any emergency situation.

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“Police were also tracking down the writer, pledging to sternly punish the perpetrator,” the officials added. 

The police on Monday also searched Gimhae International Airport in the southeastern port city of Busan and Daegu International Airport in the southeastern city of Daegu after online bomb threats were made for both airports, according to Yonhap.

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An online post, uploaded at 12.18 am Monday, threatened to detonate a bomb and kill everyone with a jackknife at Gimhae International Airport.


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