Sunday, December 28, 2008

Did You Know? (A Section of WITWTI)

Ok first of all, this is a historically CORRECT map of Korea and Japan. In the history books of Old Corea (no I did not spell this incorrectly), the Dokdo Island was a part of the Corean Islands. Before Japan invaded Korea, Korea was known as Corea. Due to the letter "C" coming before the letter "J", Japan decided to change it to a "K". They forced Japanese customs and their language to our people. And after the invaded, they wanted to make the Dokdo Island their own. Do you know why? It is because once it's their island, their sea barrier can be expanded. Our reason? A person from our country has lived and died there, and our history texts dating back even furthur than the Japanese history texts has labled the sea in between Japan and Korea as "The East Sea of Korea". Due to Japan's infultration, Japan decided to change it and name it the "Sea of Japan".

Because Japan had been introduced to America ealier than the Koreans, the Japanese decided to change history and mark every non-Japanese land and sea as their own.
Now you know why I despise the Japanese this much. (Not all Japanese are like this and I don't hate them all). Most of the people in Japan are fighting over the control of Dokdo, and if you want to read more about this, follow the link to this site.

There are many facts to prove that Dokdo is infact a Korean territory.

If you want to learn more about the Korean-Japanese struggle, look around the web. There are more facinating, radical, acclaims that Japan has made and the American government agrees on (this is why some Koreans hate the Americans as well, doesn't mean I do, but some... If I hated America, I wouldn't be here using English and talking to you people).

:) Have a good day.

P.S. If you want to know more about these topics, leave a comment or two, I will try to answer as much as I can.

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