South Korean PM to meet range of Japanese politicians, business leaders in Tokyo
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South Korean PM to meet range of Japanese politicians, business leaders in Tokyo


over in Japan on the second day of his
three-day stay in Tokyo South Korean Prime Minister ena again has a busy
schedule ahead of them which will be topped off by a dinner banquet hosted by
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Abe watchers say the two prime ministers may
hold a brief conversation before their official sit-down slated for Thursday
earlier in the day Lee is scheduled to meet a number of politicians from
different parties as well as former prime minister and the current president
of the organizing committee for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Yoshiro Mori a town hall meeting is also scheduled with around 20 Japanese
college students to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries now
reports say Lee wished the Japanese people and Japan’s new emperor happiness
in the Ray hua era during Tuesday’s enthronement ceremony

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7 thoughts on “South Korean PM to meet range of Japanese politicians, business leaders in Tokyo

  1. I wonder when Korean are going to reflect on their war crimes in WW2.  Austria admitted they sided with Germany and apologized to the neighbors.  Korean sided with Japan and committed many of the atrocitities but they hided their wrongdoings from its textbook and pretended as if they were Jews.
    ''Korean soldiers were far more cruel than the Japanese.''   American and British POWs.

    Korean didn't learn from their atrocitities in WW2 and repeated more atrocitities during Korean war and Vietnam war, raping and killing million of civilians.
    Korea has never apologized to comfort women and Vietnamese Lai Dai Han victims. What a hypocrite country.

  2. Please search this YouTube video.

    Testimony of Former battleship islanders

    This is a video to deny the Koreans were slaves.  

    part4 

    Former battleship islanders"I was born there but l’d never seen houses with iron nars"

    Former battleship islanders"Iron bars? None."

    Former battleship islanders"Japanese workers were also there and died as much as Chinese and korean workers. "

    statements and false evidence
    here is a picture it has been shown to
    the world as evidence of one of these
    Koreans being forced to move to
    Gunkanjima to work in harsh conditions
    however this man was in fact Japanese
    and was unrelated to Korean forced

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