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안녕하세요!

천마에요! ^^ (I understand a little bit Korean ;))

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Betreff: about your question
Hi. I read your article.
You said you wonder why Korea and Japan has argument about Dokdo.
That's because it is not only just an island but also It has lots of natutal resources.
Specifically to say, There are tons of natural resources around the island.
Also, it is important place of fishing. I mean the area.
I am not sure I gave you clear answer.
If you have more questions, then just leave the post please.
Thanks~
Have a nice day. ^^
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감사합니다~^^
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Betreff: Thank you for your interest in Korean!!
For over thousand year, Korea and Japan involved in a bad relationship.  Japan once destroyed Korea, and Japan never apologize for it.  Japan even tries to change the history by teaching Japanese students a wrong history.  I think Dokdo is Korean's territory, not because I am a Korean, but because there are many proofs and evidences.  I think that Japaneses know that Dokdo is Korean's territory under their deep heart.  They are being evil and vicious again.  I am really tired of stubborn Japan.  Of course, Dokdo is the biggest problem, but do you know that Japan also argues that some parts in China and Russia are their territory? Japan is completely being nonsense to many countries.  I think now is the time for Japan's awakening.  Thank you for reading my reply.  I really appreciate your love and interest for Korea.  Thank you!!
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Betreff: Hello
I got to know your blog in Korea's website.

I just want to say thank you for  your passionate interest in our land Dock-do.

You make me embarrased. I didn't do anyting even though that is my country's problem.
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Betreff: 한국에 관심을 갖여주셔서 감사합니다.
안녕하세요 ^^
한국 고등학교에 재학중인 학생입니다.
한국의 독도문제에 관심을 갖여 주셔서 감사합니다.
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Betreff: Many thanks for your interesting
I met your blog on internet newsweb.
I was surprised see that your action.
I said my staff in campany that you played against Japanese of acting barbarity for Dok island.


Many thanks for your helpness.

shin6325@hanmail.net
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I don't konw the German language. But I heard your blog. Thans for your think thinking.

 I wish you success that open 2006 world the 2006 World Cup Soccer.
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Zitat von Sihn:
I don't konw the German language. But I heard about your blog. Thans for your thinking.

 I wish you success that open the 2006 World Cup Soccer.
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Betreff: thank you so much^^
 ;-)

i am not good at Germany and English..

the sentense that only i can say in Germany is "Ich bin auslander und spreche nicht gut Duetsch."^^;
once i go to the school which teaches Germany!~

the words i wnated say is... thank you so much for interested in our country~~>_<
and Dokdo isn't Takeshima ㅠ.ㅠ

Dokdo is only Dokdo~

i love Greman and Germany so much^^*

see you again!!!

나는 독일을 사랑합니다! = I love German!
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Betreff: HI.
Thanks.

i am not good at Germany and English..

the sentense that only i can say in Germany is "Ich bin auslander und spreche nicht gut Duetsch."^^;
once i go to the school which teaches Germany!~

the words i wnated say is... thank you so much for interested in our country~~>_<
and Dokdo isn't Takeshima ㅠ.ㅠ

Dokdo is only Dokdo~

i love Greman and Germany so much^^*

see you again!!!

I love German, too.
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hi~ i am korean your our best friend^^

 have a nice day!! (i do not speak english ㅜㅜ)
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Hi, just stopped by and thought it might be helpful to write some comment on it.

I think this problem has further extended to the governmental problem.

Both Korean and Japanese govenments cant just get away with it now, as you know, with the whole nation's eyes focused on this matter... I mean how scary would it be for both governments to imagine that!

You know.. elction-wise, impeachment-wise...etc, for all those reasons, making a compromise is getting harder and harder...

And to add more, all territory issues have been evoking intensity and sensitivity of governments all around the world.

Well.. that's about it. this is what I think.

Oh, and the thing about natural resources, that maybe the one of the biggest reasons why Japanese government's been so grumpy about Dokdo.

I'm trying my best not to have a biased opinion about this but I guess its really hard when you belong to one of those countries.

Well, I want to thank you all for your interests in this whole Dokdo issue.


P.S. I am Korean, currently living in NZ. If you have any questions about Dokdo or whatever that relates to Korea (or possibly NZ lol), don't hesitate to e-mail me :D [karalizum@hotmail.com]
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Hi Aimee,

Thanks for your Explanation !

I understand your Point very well and I agree that both Goverments cant just get away from it now!

You say that the whole nations eyes are focused on this matter in Korea but I know that Japanese People for example are not so involved in this matter compare to Korea! Only the Goverment!
Both Goverments just do not wants to lose there Face I think!

There must be something interesting ( natural resources ) otherwise Japan would not send there Ships for survey an Korea would not be so irritated about it !

Anyway I hope your both Goverments can find a solution before this case will be escalate!

Thanks for writing in a neutral way about this Problem again!
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Hi!

I just found a German article about the newest developments in the Dokdo/Takeshima crisis, which make some good explanations about the motivations of both goverments: http://www.nzz.ch/2006/04/22/al/articleE26C0.html Worth a read, if you understand German!

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