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Dokdo, or Takeshima in Japanese, is a small group of rocky islets that lie in between South Korea and Japan. Although South Korea has been deploying its ow
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oooroosay wrote: »
this land is your land this land is my land
from california to the new york island
from the redwood forest to the gulf stream waters
this land was made for you and me!
why cant we just all get along!
deshat17 wrote: »
well, my stand here is: It is natural for a sovereign country to set its parameters. it's also a way<br />
of keeping there state sovereign. my point here is I do think that the Japanese media is exaggerating the Koreans way of expressing their view. It is what media is all about, "FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION." The Japanese media should understand this matter. However, my advice for the two countries is that there are matters or issues that should live confidential or should only be tackled legally or in the right orderly and diplomatic way, without ruining one's name. Matters such as this, especially that it involves the security and international relations, should be left in the hands of the people in the government or those who are with proper authority and knowledge...<br />
That would be all..Thanks!
fatsolio wrote: »
Despite everything said though Korea refuses to let things be decided by the international court of justice.....
babyy luckii wrote: »
why do i feel like this issue is going to be blown way out of proportion?...can't we all just get along?
It's not stupid if you're fighting over this because of the economical gains. But to fight over whose land is it purely out of nationalism is retarted. We all see the clear losses this whole event has brouhgt, but what is the gain for nationalists?
Artists should just shut up about it and let politicians fight over politics. Hallyu artist are supposed to bring cultures closer together