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South Korea’s Moon cancels Japan trip amid spat over insult

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If China ask for join invasion of Japan, surely south Korea will be interested to join.

As far as I know, South Korea is not a normal country. They can't send troops or declare war without US approval. Same with Japan.
 

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I never said they hated Chinese more than Japanese.. If you read my post carefully you will understand that I completely agreed with the post I was replying to but also highlighted that the anti-chinese sentiment is on the rise in Korea all tho nothing will reach the Japanese level due to the war-crimes they commited in Korea and genocide there is no competition there.. But the anti-chinese sentiment is increasing in Korea currently which is a ground reality.. The netizens were even calling Kris Wu's scandal article calling him chinese or discriminating him for that instead of focussing on the scandal which is pretty serious scandal
Doesn't matter south Korea hate for Chinese is on rise or not. It will never surpass their hatre for Japanese.

South Korea hatre for Japanese will united them with Chinese against Japan.
As far as I know, South Korea is not a normal country. They can't send troops or declare war without US approval. Same with Japan.
it a matter of time, this rule change. The threat of NK diminished but the N/S Korea hatre for Japan never subsides.
 

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Doesn't matter south Korea hate for Chinese is on rise or not. It will never surpass their hatre for Japanese.

South Korea hatre for Japanese will united them with Chinese against Japan.

it a matter of time, this rule change. The threat of NK diminished but the N/S Korea hatre for Japan never subsides.
I have no doubt about that.. The Koreans will always jump on any bandwagon that will put an end to the land of the sun rising..
 

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The anti Chinese sentiment by Korean is never going to surpass their hatre for Japanese. Spin whatever u all want. If u ask any south Korean who is the country they want to attack. Japan will always be on top of the list.

I am north east Asian and I don't need non regional area people to educate what is in my region.

I have seen even ridiculous post seeing foreigner claim they know Chinese literature and Chinese history better than Chinese. LoL..
LOL if you think SK would join china you must be retarded beyond help. So far the only evidence of this comes only from your back crack.

Most mainland chinese doesn't even know their own history due to the cultural revolution & censorship. Fact is if it weren't for Taiwan preserving chinese history most people would never know the actual history of china.

China doesn't even think the Tiananmen Square happened what makes you think they actually know their own history?
 

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S. Korea summons Japan envoy over Moon 'masturbating' comment
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Seoul (AFP)

South Korea summoned the Japanese ambassador on Saturday over "undiplomatic" remarks about President Moon Jae-in and the possibility of a summit during the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, according to Seoul's foreign ministry.

A senior Japanese diplomat had reportedly ridiculed Moon's desire to meet with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, describing the South Korean leader as "masturbating with himself".

The diplomat, who was not identified, added in the same interview with South Korean cable network JTBC that Moon was in a "tug of war only with himself" since Japan has "no space to pay attention to Seoul-Tokyo relations" at the moment.


The comments come as the two countries have reportedly been in talks over staging a top-level encounter during the Games to improve ties that have plunged to their worst level in years over historical disputes.

Following JTBC's report, the Japanese ambassador said it was his deputy Hirohisa Soma who had spoken the "highly inappropriate" words, though he did not confirm exactly what was said.

"While it is true that such terms were used during the conversation it was not directed at President Moon," Ambassador Koichi Aiboshi said in a statement.

"I have sternly warned Deputy Chief Soma," he added.

South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jong-kun called for punitive measures.

Such remarks "seriously denigrate" efforts to restore ties and "appropriate action should be taken", he told Aiboshi during their meeting, according to the foreign ministry.

Tokyo and Seoul are both major US allies, democracies and market economies, but relations between them are strained by ongoing disputes over compensation for Japan's early-20th century colonial rule over the Korean peninsula.

At a press conference earlier this month, Japan's leader reportedly acknowledged "very difficult" relations because of wartime issues, but said it was up to South Korea to respond to these matters.

 

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The classic Japanese "apology"

"Sorry you are upset about our crimes against humanity"
"Sorry you are upset we forced women and children into prostitution"
"Sorry you misunderstood our insults as being target at you personally"
 

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