ぼやかせていただいております。

Nagamine's return to South Korea means War Is Increasingly More Likely in Korea

2017年04月04日 19時47分33秒 | Weblog
Japanese envoy becomes laughing stock in Korea

By Yi Whan-woo


Japanese Ambassador Yasumasa Nagamine is becoming a laughing stock on online communities after he returned to Korea "empty-handed," Tuesday, in a tug-of-war between the two countries over a "comfort woman" statue.

His return promoted mockery online as it came despite no concrete action taken by Korea in line with Japan's demand to remove a statue of a girl set up outside the Japanese Consulate in Busan.

The Japanese government had kept Nagamine at home for nearly three months after recalling him on Jan. 9 in retaliation for the installment of the statue, which symbolizes Korean wartime sex slaves.

In February, Japan said Nagamine would not be sent back unless the Korean government took satisfactory measures to remove the statue. Tokyo claimed it was against an agreement reached between the two countries in December 2015 to end the dispute over "comfort women."

Despite this, the statue still remains in its place.

"Why bother to return?" a Daum user named gangjwa wrote just hours before Nagamine's arrival, Tuesday.

Another user, Maleunsem, commented, "You can go back to Japan again."



慰安婦像に変化ないのに、長嶺大使韓国帰任って、阿呆ちゃうか、と韓国では笑いの種になっている、と。



背後に米国のにおいはするよね。



なお、官房長官のコメントにあった「邦人保護に全力」が今朝の紙のマスコミではカットされているようだが、酷い話だ。






なるほど。

やっぱ戦争の緊張がたかまっているのかもね。
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