竹島問題の歴史

25.2.11

S. Koreans Attend Takeshima Day Ceremonies

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal entitled "DPJ Attends 'Takeshima Day' for the First Time," a group of about ten South Koreans "quietly" attended Takeshima Day ceremonies.

While DPJ lawmakers may have been a first-time surprise a small group of about 10 people who traveled from South Korea had frequented the event before. Mr. Komuro said a group about the same size was present last year as well but was unsure whether it was the same individuals.

"I don't think they were here to support [Japan's territorial claims]. But they didn't protest," said Mr. Komuro. They sat in their seats and listened quietly."

3 comments:

  1. A Japanese Pro-Korean scholar:

    Korean
    http://kr.news.yahoo.com/service/news/shellview.htm?articleid=2011022214413510026&linkid=4&newssetid=1352

    Japanese
    http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/chaamiey/53316138.html

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  2. The guy attended to ceremony in Japan this year was Mr. Kim, a leader of Dokdo Gardian(独島守護隊).

    http://www.tokdo.co.kr/


    "'독도는 우리 땅', 금지곡이에요"

    http://member.pressian.com/article/article.asp?article_num=60091120165329&Section=03
    http://megalodon.jp/2011-0302-1011-55/member.pressian.com/article/article.asp?article_num=60091120165329&Section=03

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  3. Since the argument about Dokdo is still going on, I feel really uncomfortable to see the word Takeshima. The forceful and one-sided attitude of Japan on this argument makes me so mad

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