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Posted in: Japan, South Korea to speed up talks over pending military issues See in context

Korea should first apologize to Japan. It must start from there. A Korea that does not apologize to Japan cannot be trusted.

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Posted in: Japan's MSDF ship to fly rising sun flag at naval drill in S Korea See in context

The problem is that a certain number of people have been deceived by the propaganda spread by Koreans to harass Japanese since 2011.

Even decent Koreans say that it is only a few psychotic Koreans who dislike the rising sun flag.

Please read the following URL for your reference.

https://www.ilbe.com/view/11321045603

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Posted in: Gov't to pitch safety of Fukushima water release to S Korean experts See in context

Koreans cannot even acknowledge scientific facts that are unacceptable to Koreans no matter how long they last. That is why they are a miserable people who still cannot win a single Nobel Prize.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward rejects couple's marriage registry under separate surnames See in context

One is one thing, another is another

Can you please stop forcing the American way on us?

If you don't like the Japanese way, you can continue to live in America.

Japan has its own way of doing things, and that is diversity in the true sense of the word.

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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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