Korean Friendship Bell, a viral meme that began circulating last year, is now being used to spread misinformation and promote a “friendship end” meme.
It started circulating on social media sites in February, with many users claiming to be from South Korea, and it spread quickly across social media platforms including Instagram and Reddit, according to The Verge.
People on social networks and Twitter began posting the phrase “Korea friendship ended meme” to mock the Korean people for the end of the friendship.
In the meme, a man wearing a Korean flag hat is holding a photo of a dead person.
A woman wearing a red hat is reading the caption: “There was a Korean friend you were trying to remember.”
A woman is reading a caption of the same text, saying “There is a Korean friendship ending meme.”
“You can see that the people in the picture are Korean.
They’re crying, they’re upset, and they’re having a bad time,” an anonymous Twitter user said in the meme.”
It’s kind of a big meme,” the user said, adding that “it’s not just a meme but a really big statement that South Koreans were trying so hard to remember and get along.”
The meme also was used as an example of a Korean man being taken advantage of by someone from a different country.
A post by user @jhongbongg said, “I don’t even know who he is, but I’m not surprised he’s been taken advantage by someone in the United States.”
The man, who goes by “J.
H,” was an American citizen who had a Korean wife, who was born in the country, according the post.
J.W. was a member of the K-Pop star Kim Jae Young’s K-pop group, and he lived in the same neighborhood as J.H.
The post has since been deleted, but users have continued to post it on social networking sites.
The meme has since spread to other social media, and a screenshot was shared on the South Korean version of Twitter.
A screenshot from a South Korean Twitter account that retweeted a Korean Friendship bell meme.
The Korea Friendship Bell meme has also been used as a meme to ridicule the Korean government and the Korean military.
“South Korea’s government is just so clueless,” an individual who goes the name “Moochie” on Twitter wrote in the post on the Korea Friendship bell.
“The government has no clue what they’re talking about, nor do they care about the suffering of the Korean Korean people.”
The post was deleted on Thursday, but many users shared it again on social network sites.
A Korean man wearing an American flag hat at a K-POP concert.
A screenshot from TwitterScreenshot.
Other posts shared by users claimed that the Korean police were in collusion with the US government to manipulate people to become anti-Korean.
A post on Twitter claiming that the Korea Embassy in Washington was involved in a conspiracy to manipulate Korean people into supporting North Korea.
A screengrab from Twitter screenshot.
Other users claimed to have heard that the US President Donald Trump had been visiting South Korea and visiting South Korean citizens.
A man wearing Korean flag at a concert in Seoul.
A tweet from the Korean Embassy in the US was retweeted by @jwongbungg.
A tweet from a Korean Twitter user who goes under the name @Moojeejyung.
A South Korean woman wearing an Australian flag hat and reading the same post.
A Korean man who goes as the name J.
J on Twitter.
A photograph of a K.P.O. man in his late 20s wearing a pair of Korean flag glasses.
A photo posted by @moojeejayung.
A photograph posted by the Korean embassy in the U.S.
A screengrab of a Twitter user saying “I was just reading about it and I was like, this isn’t real.”
A screen grab of a screenshot of the tweet from @j_hongg.
Other posts claimed that a former K-Park employee was fired over the “false news” that the former KPark employee had sexually abused an underage girl.
A statement from the former Korean Park employee in response to accusations of sexual abuse.
A photo posted to the K Park employee’s Twitter account.
A Twitter user in Seoul, South Korea.
A South Korean flag and American flag at the Korea-U.S.-Korea Friendship Park.
A picture tweeted by a Twitter account claiming to belong to the former employee.
A Twitter user from Seoul, Korea.
The Korean government has also come under fire over the issue, with the head of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in a recent press conference saying that there is a lack of information on the issue and that it is “too early to talk about the issue.”
“We have received many messages from the public asking