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"I hate you" is the third most disliked country by Japanese people.North Korea #1 and China #2

[Asian Economic 무료야동Reporter Jeong Hyun-jin] Japanese people have a strong negative view of neighboring countries. Sixty-one percent of respondents said they have negative views on South Korea, ranking third after North Korea, and China.

According to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun on Wednesday, a survey conducted by Nikkei Research conducted on 1,673 men and women aged 18 and over in Korea from October to November last year showed that 61 percent of the respondents said they don't want to say "no" or "no" to Korea. "There was a growing tendency among the respondents to say no as they get older, and that percentage reached 70 percent in their 60s," said Nihon Keizai.

North Korea is one of the most unpopular countries.The percentage of North Korea's respondents who said no was 82 percent. The fact that the North is moving to negotiate denuclearization with the U.S., but the threat of nuclear and missile development has not disappeared has contributed to strengthening its negative perception.

The next least favorable country was China, with 76 percent saying negatively. China to have boundaries of a military base in the South China Sea, Senkaku Islands with regard to a fever (junggungmyeong Pinnacle Islands) and engage in a dispute over sovereignty with China. About 60 percent of the respondents said they were negative about Russia, which is in a similar territorial dispute.

Nihon Keizai reported that negative responses from North Korea and China exceeded positive responses.

On the other hand, 72 percent answered "yes" to Britain and Australia, while 67 percent answered "yes" to the U.S. Nihon Keizai reported that there were many positive responses to Southeast Asian countries, which are familiar with tourism destinations such as Thailand and Singapore.