188cm Prime Minister of Canada, ‘Manner Bridge’ next to Kim Jin-pyo is a hot topic abroad

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a commemorative photo with National Assembly Speaker Kim Jin-pyo while he was visiting Korea, spreading his legs to match his height .

On the 19th (local time), the British daily Guardian메이저놀이터 delivered a commemorative photo and said, “Chairman Kim lifted his toe while joking around with the 20 cm height difference with Prime Minister Trudeau.” got it right,” he reported.

Prime Minister Trudeau, who visited Korea on the 16th to mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Korea and Canada, met with Chairman Kim and the leaders of the ruling and opposition parties the next day before giving a speech at the main assembly hall of the National Assembly. After that, he spread his legs and lowered his posture while posing for a commemorative photo with Chairman Kim. Laughter broke out among lawmakers present at the scene of Prime Minister Trudeau’s appearance.

The Toronto Star, a Canadian daily, reported an article titled ‘Why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did the mannered legs in Korea’ on the same day, and introduced, “This posture, popular among Korean celebrities, is a sign of respect and is applied to tall people.” On SNS

such as Twitter , there are links to related reports, and posts such as “a caring heart” and “a scene that warms the heart” follow one after another. On the other hand, there were opinions that it was rude. Canadian conservative media True North reported that “some Canadians said Prime Minister Trudeau has once again disgraced Canada abroad.” Some overseas netizens claimed that “playing a prank in front of the National Assembly speaker of another country is rude.”

Prime Minister Trudeau has also attracted attention in the past for various greetings with foreign political leaders. In 2017, during his first handshake with former US President Donald Trump, he grabbed former President Trump’s shoulder

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