Isn’t Tokyo is Korean territory?

There’s a TV entertainment program named as “1 night and 2 days” in Korean public broadcasting KBS. It has been launched on 2007 and it has been a weekly evening representative program for 14 years.

This program as such an on-site entertainment provides contents of multiple Korean star performers visit Korea’s famous places or tourists’ attraction spots and staying there for a night.

Lately, they visited Dokdo which is located on the right side of Korean sea (Donghae). 

Dokdo is Korean territory therefore Korean celebrities, related persons of Korean broad casting companies could visit with vessels without any limitation and freely. There were no any problems on their shooting and broad casting there also definitely.

However some of Japanese conservative forces assert this Dokdo is Japanese territory and possessed by them also. They assigned a Japanese name as “Takeshima” for this our own island and even Japanese government settled and designated a day as “Day of Takeshima” and having an event for it.

Some of Japanese local governments insert such a false information insisting like “Takeshima is definitely Japanese territory.” in their textbook for students and distribute to schools. 

However, here’s an unshakable one fact! 

Japanese have to submit their passport to enter into Dokdo.

Japanese can enter into that island only when Korean confirm their passports and allow visitation.

Some of Japanese are still insisting, “Korea is illegally occupying Dokdo.” even though they’re experiencing such a clear fact.

Many of normal-minded Japanese feel so shame about some of abnormal-minded Japanese’ embarrassing opinions. 

However, the event “Day of Takeshima” still will be held in this year because of the political condition in Japan with the conservative party’s prevalence.

No any relations with ‘FACT’ and their own comedy it is. There will be no such one who’d like to watch such non-sense program but it seems like they don’t have any plan to stop it.

By the way, how about this?  Isn’t Tokyo is Korean territory?


NO Japoan campaign of south korea

Korea’s semi-conductor and display industry are taking gross portion of its economic sales as much competing for the top rank in the world. Samsung and LG are Korea’s brands and they’re manufacturing semi-conductor, display, TV, LED and smartphones.

Samsung and LG had been importing some parts from Japan but Japan unilaterally proclaimed no supply those kinds of parts to Korea so called as "South Korea-Japan Trade dispute" in 2019. And it had been lasted about a year.

During such a year, Korea also strongly counteracted with boycott for Japan products which is voluntarily raised by nationwide people and it has been reflected very well in such a title as "No Japan".


At the bottom line, Japan had to restart supplying those parts to Korea’s brands but some Japan brands like Uniqlo, Sony, Olympus, Nissan and Toyota left Korea as a result.

Actually, many of Uniqlo shops closed in Korea and Nissan automotive left Korea completely after unprecedented discount event. Japanese beer and automotive brands’ occupancy in Korea peninsula shrunk back as much 84% and 51% each. Japanese beers like Asahi, Sapporo are almost disappeared from Korea peninsula now.

The date, August 15th, 2020 is the 80th anniversary of Korean Independence Day from Japanese colony. Inevitably, Korean boycott of the Japanese product seems to come back around this time and does not seem to go away easily.


Japan, statue of South Korea

A statue of a girl symbolizing so-called comfort women is seen on the grounds of the Korea Botanic Garden in Pyeongchang along with a statue of a man bowing.

“It is a sculpture who tries to show that forgiving is possible only if Japan continues to ask for atonement until South Korea accepts it,” he was quoted as saying.

South Korea and Japan have long been at odds over the comfort women issue, which stems from Japan’s 1910-1945 colonial rule of the Korean Peninsula. Many similar statues of a life-size seated girl have been installed in South Korea, including in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul. Some have also been erected overseas, such as in the United States.

Japan has protested the installation of the statue in front of its embassy in the South Korean capital, saying it goes against the spirit of a 2015 bilateral accord on the comfort women issue and has demanded its removal.