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71 per cent of Japanese consider ties with S. Korea 'bad'
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Sunday, 07 April 2013
JAPAN - A record 71 per cent of Japanese believe the state of Japan-South Korea relations is "bad," according to a joint survey conducted by The Yomiuri Shimbun and The Korea Times. The figure is up sharply from the 27 per cent who felt that way in the previous survey, conducted in 2011.

Posted originally: 2013-04-07 10:41:00

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