Anger at painful legacy of Japanese colonisation runs deep in South Korea

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will visit South Korea on Sunday, for the first time since 2018. But while relations between the two countries have warmed in recent weeks, many South Koreans have yet to forgive Japan for its brutal occupation which ended almost 80 years ago. While survivors continue to demand apologies and compensation, Japan says it has already done enough. In early March, the South Korean government proposed a new compensation plan for victims. But this move is being met with fierce opposition from the Korean people. Our correspondents report.

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