This video from South Korea says about itself:
Arirang Special (Ep.319) Fukushima and Its Aftermath
16 March 2016
After the Fukushima nuclear accident that busted Japan’s ‘safety myth’ in March 2011, continuous restoration and salt manufacturing work have been going on until now. Despite this, there are still traces of the horrific situation of that time remaining in various places, and the concern for radioactivity has grown to a point where our food and health are being threatened.
Wild radioactive Fukushima boars breed like rabbits, ravage local countryside: here.
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