“Gyeongbuk Provincial Office of Education urges for truth in history education amidst approval of distorted Japanese textbooks”

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Gyeongbuk Provincial Office of Education, “Stop distorting history education” when Japanese textbooks passed the test

Gyeongsangbuk-do and the Gyeongsangbuk-do Office of Education strongly condemned Japan’s approval of elementary school textbooks that diluted the compulsory nature of Korean conscription and strengthened Dokdo’s territorial claim.

In a statement, Gyeongsangbuk-do demanded that “the Japanese government stop distorting history about Dokdo, the Korean territory.”

He also urged the Japanese government to take the lead in opening a new era of cooperation between Korea and Japan with an attitude of deep apology and reflection.

The Gyeongbuk Provincial Office of Education also demanded an immediate withdrawal, saying, “The Japanese textbooks’ unreasonable claims regarding the forced labor of Koreans and Dokdo are a serious and grave provocation against Korean territorial sovereignty.”

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Yonhap News TV article inquiries and reports: Kakao Talk/Line jebo23


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