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Re: The strangest news story you've never heard of:
Some people may be surprised at the fact there is a very strong pro-North Korea movement living in Japan. No big revelation. Many Koreans live in Japan. Have lived their since Japan occupied Korea, from 1905 until 1945. Koreans keep their ethnic identity, they don't "become Japanese" just because they live in Japan. Not hard to imagine, as anyone who has relatives from Europe come over to America and keep their language, their culture, etc. Only for Koreans and Japanese it is much deeper than for Europeans and Americans.
There are two factions of Koreans living in Japan: one is pro-South Korea, and the other is pro-North Korea. Needless to say they are at opposite ends of the political spectrum.
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