Link to Korea Times Article
Here are the quotes from the article:
- "The guidelines may exert considerable influence on textbook manufacturers, and highlighting the unilateral views of one side as if it represents the truth should not be condoned,'' said Cho Yoon-seon, the spokeswoman for the ruling Grand National Party.
- "If such actions continue Japan must be held accountable for all negative developments in bilateral relations,'' said UDP spokeswoman Cha Young.
- "By proclaiming that Seoul will not take issue on the textbook and Dokdo issue, the incumbent administration brought about the current situation,'' a DLP party spokesperson said.
If Koreans really want to build a good relationship with Japan, then they have to learn to accept the reality that both Korea and Japan claim Liancourt Rocks, instead of getting angry every time Japan mentions "Takeshima."