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How does Japan feel about North Korea?

How does Japan feel about North Korea?

According to a 2014 BBC World Service poll, 91\% of Japanese people view North Korea’s influence negatively, with just 1\% expressing a positive view; the most negative perception of North Korea in the world.

Can Chinese visit North Korea?

In 2016, the North Korean government allowed Chinese tourists to stay in North Korea for a maximum of six months.

Why is the US Army in Korea?

The U.S. has nearly 30,000 troops in South Korea, a remnant of the 1950s Korean War that ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. Although it has been decades since major hostilities, U.S. troops remain as a deterrent to the nuclear-armed and often belligerent North Korea.

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Is North Korea the first country to threaten America’s security?

But North Korea is the first country to use its weapons to threaten America. No nuclear state in the world has directly threatened one specific country’s security. And if America allows North Korea to be a nuclear state then I think many countries will follow suit.

Should America allow North Korea to be a nuclear state?

No nuclear state in the world has directly threatened one specific country’s security. And if America allows North Korea to be a nuclear state then I think many countries will follow suit. North Korea’s nuclear issue is not just about North Korea, this impacts the whole international non-proliferation objective.

Who is the North Korean who defected to South Korea?

Thae, who was once a member of North Korea’s elite, defected to South Korea with his wife and two sons in 2016. He lives under the protection of the South Korean government, and travels with an entourage of body guards. End to the North and South Korean War?

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What do North Koreans call each other when they date?

When I was young, when I dated girls, at that time we called each other ‘comrade.’ But now, the young generations in North Korea, they do not use ‘comrade,’ they use something like South Korea, oppa, like brother. When texting, they copy the South Korean [slang]. So the language of the culture is changing.