Suspected Marijuana Sales Flyer Prompts Police Investigation at Konkuk University

Seoul - Another flyer suspected of advertising marijuana sales was discovered at Konkuk University in Seoul on Monday, leading the police to initiate an investigation into finding the distributor.

According to a new release by Yonhap News Agency, the flyer, the size of a business card, was found in the window of a car parked in the basement of the school's Arts and Design Building. The flyer promotes a product called "liquid weed," and claims the substance to be "totally legal." Konkuk University has issued an emergency notification advising students not to scan the QR code found on the flyer. The Gwangjin Police Station has also started an investigation to locate the distributor through CCTV footage.

This incident follows a similar case where the same flyer was discovered at Hongik University's art school building in Seoul. The school also warned its students and reported the matter to the police. According to the drug control act, selling or advertising marijuana is illegal unless specifically authorized by the chief of the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety.

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