South Korea President stressed the need to deal with calm August 12 19:02
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said, "Our response to Japan's economic retaliation should not be emotional," and this situation will not harm the friendly relationship between the Japanese and Korean people I stressed the idea that it was necessary to deal with calmly.
This is what Korean President Moon Jae-in said at the beginning of a meeting held in Cheong Wa Dae on the afternoon of the 12th.
In this context, President Mun said that the Korean peninsula is refraining from the anniversary of Japan's colonial rule three days later, “ I have to take economic retaliation very seriously. "
On the other hand, President Mun said, “Our response to Japan's economic retaliation should not be emotional,” and calmly dealt with this situation so that the friendly relationship between the people of Japan and Korea is not compromised. I stressed the idea that it was necessary.
As the Japanese government strengthens export control to South Korea, President Mun has expressed his opposition, saying that he can never sit in a situation where the perpetrator's Japan is loud and loud. It was.
For that reason, it was accepted that the remark on the 12th was somewhat toned down, and the electronic version of the conservative leading newspaper `` Korean Daily '' emphasized that `` You should calmly look at the reality and break through the current situation I think that the level of remarks was adjusted in anticipation of discussions with Japan. "