South Korea's leading newspaper, Chosun Ilbo, reports that President Moon Jae-in is adjusting to visit Japan from the 23rd of this month for two days in line with the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. I did.

An official of the South Korean presidential office said, "We have not decided at this point, and if we can foresee the summit meeting and its results, we can consider visiting Japan."

The Chosun Ilbo, a leading Korean newspaper dated 9th, said on the front page that "President Moon Jae-in will visit Japan from the 23rd of this month, when the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics will be held, in 2 days and 1 night. We are adjusting in the direction of doing it. "



He added, "Although we have tentatively agreed on the schedule, the format of the summit meeting has not yet been decided."



A South Korean presidential official told reporters, "We haven't decided at this point, and if we can foresee the summit and its outcomes, we can consider visiting Japan."



In South Korea, as Japan-South Korea relations are chilling due to issues such as the comfort women issue and the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, it will be interesting to see if President Mun will visit Japan for the first time to meet with Prime Minister Suga. It has been.



At a press conference on the 8th, Prime Minister Suga said, "We will continue to strongly demand the South Korean side to take appropriate measures." On the other hand, "If the president visits Japan, he will respond politely in terms of diplomacy. I take it for granted. "

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