- The present Government must reflect deeply on the seriousness of the problem.
The recent diplomatic moves of the Yoon Suk Yeoln government have not escaped the criticism of the people.
The biggest problem for the Yoon Suk Yeoln government, which has not escaped its 20-30% approval rating during its one-year presidential term, is that of course, the "lack of diplomacy" ranks first. In particular, diplomatic relations with Japan are unconventional "subordinate diplomacy" beyond the relationship that the government has been pushing for.
In a recent interview with the Washington Post (WP), President Yoon Suk Yeol said, "It is unacceptable to say 'you have to kneel unconditionally' about 100 years ago," making it a laughingstock of the world's media It's not a mistake.There is a public opinion that it is a perception of history and one's own thoughts on Korea-Japan relations.
Japan's current move is very different in the face of the unilateral move of the Yoon Suk Yeoln government. Contrary to the concerns of Northeast Asian countries, Japan is eager to expand its arms, and Japan's policy is driving the situation in Northeast Asia into a confrontation of imperialist powers in the early 20th century. In the end, many say that the Yoon Suk Yeoln government is becoming a puppet of Japanese theater.
The diplomatic paradigm of the 21st century is entirely "national interest." Diplomacy, where its own interests are not preceded, is boldly drawing a line.
However, the Yoon Suk Yeoln government's current diplomatic moves are moving in the direction of countering them. It is reminiscent of the "Boy of Wolves" from the fairy tale. It is moving in a direction that the people are concerned about. Even if the regime changes, diplomacy cannot change easily. That's how important trust is.
People often get angry whenever they hear reports that exports are plummeting under the Yoon administration. People's livelihoods are becoming increasingly impoverished, and even trade with China and Russia, which were doing well, is creaking. Both countries were the best trading partners that guaranteed Korea's best interests, but many point out that it was the result of the Yoon Suk Yeoln government's unilateral diplomacy centered on the United States, Japan, and China.
President Yoon Suk Yeol is on a tour of the United States. I think I visited America at a very important time. The Korean government is literally facing a crisis. Both the economy and the defense sector are cornered.
Rather than degenerating into a yes-man of the United States, I just hope it will be a practical visit to the United States based on national interests.
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