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‘Mastermind’ Arrested After Pirate Site ‘Ads’ Were Painted on 630-Yr-Old Palace * TorrentFreak

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After a five-month police investigation, the alleged ‘mastermind’ behind a nighttime graffiti attack on the 630-year-old Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea, has been arrested. Last December, CCTV footage revealed a figure in black spray-painting the words “free movie” time and again. The damage to the culturally significant building was meant to advertise a pirate video site.

graffiti-palaceIn today’s throwaway society, there can be a tendency to undervalue. Expensive smartphones are carelessly dropped and replaced, while an intermittent fault is seen as an excuse to buy better TV, rather than as a signal to check the batteries first.

Yet, things that have true worth, due to their history and other intangible qualities, are not so easily replaced. Last December, when the city of Seoul, South Korea, got out of bed to nationwide news reports of graffiti being sprayed on the walls of the ancient Gyeongbokgung Palace, it wasn’t difficult to see why people were so…

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