GOLD: Within bitter Japan-Korea rival...

GOLD: Within bitter Japan-Korea rivalry, a respect between riva...

There are 2 comments on the LA Daily News story from Mar 24, 2009, titled GOLD: Within bitter Japan-Korea rivalry, a respect between riva.... In it, LA Daily News reports that:

The Liancourt Rocks are located smack in the middle of the Sea of Japan, a pair of small islets surrounded by jagged formations, barely inhabitable but surprisingly beautiful.

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San Gabriel, CA

#1 Mar 24, 2009
The Liancourt Rocks name is Dok-do and It located in the sea of of korea !

Temecula, CA

#2 Mar 24, 2009
Hahaha. The rivalry between Japan and Korea never ends. It's no different than the rivalry between Vietnam and China over similar issues. Still, I am glad those rivalries can be played out in a sporting event rather than in violent ways. Those islands are going to be swallowed up by the sea eventually anyway. What will they fight over then.

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