It’s not that South Koreans are Holocaust deniers so much as they think Anne Frank was a blonde-haired, denim jacket and popped pink polo-wearing woman who never left Sweet Valley High. As noted by Kotaku, Korean-born Twitter user Che_SYoung recently came across this version of The Diary of Anne Frank that was “apparently released in South Korea years ago by an unscrupulous publisher.”
As a companion piece, South Korean copies of Mein Kampf are adorned with James Spader from Pretty in Pink.
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