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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2022;14(1): 4-7.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2022.14.1.4
The Conflictual Legacy of the Korea-Japan Joint World Cup
Sam-hun Park
Professor of Japanese Language Education Konkuk University and Director of Asia Contents Institute
建国大学校日語教育科教授兼アジアコンテンツ研究 所所長。日本の近現代史専攻。
Correspondence  Sam-hun Park ,Email: syamony@konkuk.ac.kr
Published online: 30 June 2022.
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There has been a confrontational structure to the relationship between Korea and Japan for several years, as the South Korean government reneged on the Japanese military “comfort women” agreement, and the Supreme Court’s ruling on compensation for forced laborers led to Japanese restrictions on Korean exports. In tandem with these developments, anti-Japanese sentiment in Korean society has been growing stronger, as have anti-Korean attitudes in Japanese society. This article suggests that the experience of the 2002 Korea-Japan joint World Cup was not conducive to better relations, but was rather the starting point of the current xenophobia within each country in relation to the other.
Keywords: Korea-Japan Joint World Cup, Mutual Awareness , Destruction of Korea, Hatred of Korea, Over-Japanese, Anti-Japanese

キ―ワ―ド: 韓日共同 ワールドカップ, 相互認識, 蔑韓, 嫌韓, 克日, 反日
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