2014/10/20

Korea and Japan, and an island in the middle

Korea and Japan, and an island in the middle


Korea and Japan are close.




Korea used to be Japan’s colony.
Korea’s economic level is now similar to that of Japan.
Nowadays Japan is evaluated to be poorer than Korea.2002
Korea and Japan are a bit special.
They are the only countries to have co-hosted World Cup in its history.





There is an island in the middle, between Korea and Japan.

Korea says: the island’s name is and is a Korean territory.
Japan says: the island’s name is and is a Japanese territory.
Two countries are having a battle of nerves over the same island.

As the U.S. army and police protect the U.S. territory,
the Korean army and police protect the island.
Japan argues that it is an “illegal occupation,” but there is
no historical evidence to that “illegal occupation.”
Rather, many historical documents prove that Dokdo is a Korean territory,
And Japan has started to call it since just 2005.

I hope you, the reader of this post, remembers.
Ever since the humanity started using languages, the island has been
Inhabited, governed, and administered by Korean people.
Its name has also been Korean, , and it has been called .
However, only Japan has been changing its name since 2005.
Would its rubbish trick really be acceptable in the international society?


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