South Korea seeks reset with Japan. But does Tokyo want one too?
Yoon administration wants to shore up relations with largest democracy and US ally in region, but Japan has trust issues
South Korea-Japan relations reached a new nadir under President Moon Jae-in, who left office earlier this year. The new Yoon Suk-yeol administration has promised a reset, and dispatched foreign minister Park Jin to Tokyo this week to help spearhead this effort.
There are numerous obstacles in the
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