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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

Whenever they get a decision that suits them, they say, "We can't do anything because of the separation of powers. And when a decision that is not in their favor is issued, they try to impeach the judge who issued the decision.

That is the Korean people.

Please become a nation governed by law soon.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

There is a law called the "National Emotional Law" in South Korea. It's above the Constitution.

Also known as the "Coercion Law"...

Korea is a country that is far from the rule of law, with all kinds of special laws running rampant.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

South Korea is trying to impeach a judge who said he would uphold international law just because he didn't agree with their "feelings". This is indeed a nation of "feelings. As a result of appealing to the anti-Japanese sentiment of the people, even the government has lost control of the situation. President Moon Jae-in is hoping for a G7 summit, but the U.S. has denied any plans for a Japan-U.S.-ROK summit.

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