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Why do japanese people hate koreans?

Written By Aris Setiawan on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 | 11:22 AM


i know that theres an equal number amount of koreans that hates japanese as much as japanese people hating on koreans...
i just want to say im not one of those japanese hating people, except i admit that i rant alot against japanese people everytime i see flamers like KOYANGI, SHIDO, and **** .......

like i know alot of japanese people say really ignorant cr@p like koreans eat dogs, smells like garlic, or make really inaccurate assumptions that koreans copy EVERYTHING that japanese does...
cause i dont see koreans criticizing japanese people for eating dolphins, or say they smell like fish, or say that japanese people copies korean foods, koreansoft drinks, and chinese and american culture... which im saying this now, cause i think they can be hypocrits sometimes..........

is there a possible way to settle our differences??
cause im korean, born and raised in america,,, and i know racism is wrong and i dont understand why some japanese people hate koreans so much, cause i actually started off likeing japanese people and their culture up until i felt betrayed that they made "manga kenkanryu" which is also known as "hating the korean wave".... 

everyday i watch the news or surf the net.... its all about "hating korean this or hating japanese that"....

once again i think KOYANGI, SHIDO, and **** should back the f*** off and get off the korean section, cause all i see them doing is flame flame flame and f***ing flame ,,, cause i dont see a single koreans flaming on the japanese section of yahoo answers..... so lets just be fair....


ok i also admit one more thing...
being totally honest with the japanese people that will be reading this...

i DO hold a grudge against the japanese war veterans and the government for their war atrocities, BUT its ONLY aimed towards the politics, military war veterans, and the government, NOT THE CIVILIANS...
the only thing i wish japan to do was apologize for the atrocities and not lie about it in the textbook,,, i dont even want japan to compensate for the damages,, i just wish they apologized so we can forgive, forget, and move on......

once again, i have NOTHING against the civilians which they had nothing to do with the atrocities....

i mean i see how japan feels about america a-bombing them,, and they feel bitter about that, so i wish they can see that in tuned to how koreans felt.... i DO feel bad about the hiroshima/nagasaki bombing though
3 years ago
well never said all japanese people are like that, im sure there are plenty nice japanese people and some idiotic ones, just like koyangi that i was talking about (hes right down below).... wish people like him would back the f*** off the korean section if hes not ganna add positive contribution to the yahoo answers community...

sure theres freedom of speech, but thats an overrated abuse.... theres a difference between expressing youre opinion whether its correct/incorrent and flaming/trolling around the network and starting fights with people...

once again, i dont hate japanese people, i just hate the government, politics, war veterans, and the @$$hole hates like koyangi

Here's the deal. Younger Japanese don't hate Koreans. It's more of the older generation and vice versa. Nowadays, the relations between Korea and Japanese have become much more friendly as before.



Japan is pretty much a racist country. Yes, they are very kind to foreigners, more specifically caucasians. When it comes to Filipinos, Koreans, Chinese, etc., they believe they are "below" them (mostly because of skin color). And I know Koreans are really fair, I'll get to that later. Why? I believe part of it comes from the old style religions. Japanese tradition says that the emperor is descended "from god" and that the Emperor's family has skin like "ivory" or whatever. In WWII, Tojo basically ran over the emperor and declared himself god. Before WWII, no one had ever heard the emperor's voice. He was just that respected. The commoners or shomin had no business listening to Ten no heika's or emperor's voice. The Japanese were basically drafted whether they believed in the war or not. My ancestors were released from the draft because of medical issues.

Nevertheless, the Japanese did commit terrible and unspeakable war crimes. It was drilled into them that they were the superior race, not unlike Hitler with his blonde aryans. As technology wasn't advanced (obviously) the Japanese in Japan (mainly women and childen) had basically no idea of the terrible things their troops are doing. When the Japanese lost the war, it was shock. They were told they were winning the whole time. The remaining men returned home, but never spoke of the atrocities they committed. They knew they couldn't be accepted back into society otherwise.

The Japanese basically kept everything under wraps. The new generation grew up believing that Japan was a "great country." Basically, the new generation is completely oblivious to the past. They aren't taught about these horrors. What is even more sad is that they refuse to acknowledge that they did those crimes to the Koreans. It isn't even written in textbooks. They basically live their lives as if it never happened.

I can totally understand why Koreans are angry at Japanese. I wouldn't be surprised if inhabitants of the surrounding countries (China, Polynesian islands, etc.) aren't extremely angry either. They basically made enemies on all sides.

Now back to the racist issue. I know that Koreans are harassed in Japan. (It's lessened a bit from before though). As Japan is a completely homogenous society, there is racism. They even have it amongst their own countrymen. Most Japanese don't like Okinawans because of their dark skin.

Even Japanese Americans get TONS of flack for not being able to speak Japanese.

It is a sad society. Many 1/2 Japanese were treated terribly as well. Only now from 1/2s being promoted in the media, has acceptance grown more. With the emergence of famous Korean stars like Boa and Younha, I think this animosity is lessening. Perhaps by the next generation, it'll be completely gone. With the basically oblivious Japanese and the forgiving Koreans.

One thing that I am really proud of Koreans is that many Korean Christians are reaching out to the Japanese. It takes guts to forgive like that.

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