Friday, March 13, 2009

Japan wants to buy Jeju

This won't go over well.

Japan's opposition Democratic Party President Ichiro Ozawa has floated the idea of buying South Korea's Jeju Island on the strength of the yen's rise against other currencies, Japan's news outlets reported, quoting a former chief of Japan's largest labor organization.

I understand that Japanese men might be traveling to Korea more for sex tourism due to the strong yen, but this is a little too much.


dokebi said...

It's not like S. Koreans trying to buy out an entire Japanese island.