Thursday, December 14, 2017

[teens stories] I LIKE JAPAN SO MUCH



I seriously like Japan so much… especially Japan’s clean aura, the people who are so kind and considerate, animes and mangas, the way they are such a developed country, their sensitive culture, and I even like Japanese food. Seriously I like everything. But the things I hate the most were how they treated our comfort women and how they are claiming that Dokdo is theirs… but at the same time I like Japan but I just don’t like how they have no sense of guilt… are there any other kids like me?

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ㅇㅇ |2017.12.14 01:58 신고하기
I get what you’re saying. Japan is nice but seeing the history it had with our country, I can’t like it. No matter how much of the Japanese culture you like, you can’t take their side when it comes to Dokdo and comfort women… there are lots of people like that
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ㅇㅇ |2017.12.14 10:59 신고하기
The grass always looks greener on the other side.. it’s the same as someone who lives in Korea and think that Europe is betterㅋㅋ actually, if you were born there, you will start thinking that other countries look better. Also, no matter how considerate Japanese people are, there were so many people who were affected by their imperialism. We should still prioritize our own country
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ㅇㅇ |2017.12.14 14:52 신고하기
A country that forgets its past has no future. Japan’s sensitive culture is pretty. But if you look back at what they did during the colonial period, would you still say that their sensitive culture is pretty?
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ㅇㅇ |2017.12.14 12:15 신고하기
Actually, Japan is always busy discrediting Korea… recently, they were making a fuss about Dokdo shrimps (T/N: you can google it up, if you type “Trump Dokdo shrimp”). They are also steadily holding anti-Korea protests and their anti-Korean book is one of their best sellersㅋㅋㅋㅋ they fabricated false statistics about Korean people’s body structure as compared to Japanese people and spread it all over Japan. You learn so many things if you study their history.
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