Pyongyang, November 13 (KCNA) — The South Korean “Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade” said that South Korea is “ready to welcome the Japanese ‘Emperor’ any time”, answering the question as to the issue of his visit to South Korea in an interview with Japanese correspondents on November 8, according to a foreign news report from Seoul.
This is a challenge to the anti-Japanese sentiment growing stronger among the South Korean people.
A widespread movement to force the erstwhile pro-Japanese elements to pay for their crimes is under way among the South Korean people. One example is the compilation of a “biographical dictionary of pro-Japanese elements” pushed ahead by many intellectuals.
However, the “people’s government”, a group of pro-Japanese elements of modern brand, is at pains to invite the Japanese ‘Emperor,’ a symbol of militarist Japan, the sworn enemy of the Korean nation.
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