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Old April 20th, 2017, 09:07 PM   #21
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Goguryeo and Gojoseon is not Korea.
once again another Goguryeo discussion
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Old April 20th, 2017, 09:59 PM   #22
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once again another Goguryeo discussion
What was 'Korea' then? Silla?
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Old April 20th, 2017, 10:12 PM   #23
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What was 'Korea' then? Silla?
Korea "proper" and united Korean identity starts with Goryeo really. Even then until the Mongol invasions we can still talk of Silla and Baekje people as related, but separate groups of people. It's not without reason that modern historiography speaks of the Three Kingdoms as proto-Koreanic states.
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If it wasn't for the fact that this thread is showcasing some of the worst traits of Korean nationalism, it would almost be laughable.
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Old April 20th, 2017, 11:52 PM   #25
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If it wasn't for the fact that this thread is showcasing some of the worst traits of Korean nationalism, it would almost be laughable.
You should probably specify usernames so that other users could try to correct their historical facts.
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i found no basement to say xi said korea was part of china. the medias again are adding words.
Trump was the one who said that. I'm not aware of any news media claiming that it was Xi. The question is, what was the point of him saying that to Xi? So that Ivanka can do business in China?

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Korea "proper" and united Korean identity starts with Goryeo really. Even then until the Mongol invasions we can still talk of Silla and Baekje people as related, but separate groups of people. It's not without reason that modern historiography speaks of the Three Kingdoms as proto-Koreanic states.
Well, Baekje and the southern part of Goguryeo were located inside the Korean peninsula. Their descendants are certainly in Korea now.
I don't understand why people get so jumpy when someone explains Goguryeo and Baekje as part of Korean history. Are they implying that the Koreans shouldn't talk about them because they think they're Chinese? Then why was China at war with them?

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If it wasn't for the fact that this thread is showcasing some of the worst traits of Korean nationalism, it would almost be laughable.
Care to explain? And who are the Koreans in this thread?

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Trump was the one who said that. I'm not aware of any news media claiming that it was Xi.
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i was told here trump repeated others' words.
in other words, trump is innocently talking with journalists.
see previous posts.

frankly, 1 i think there are advisors, they should have a word on communication with medias. a man's ability has limitations, he might not know what kind of result could be born from a chatting. but a group of advisors know better 2 i think it was a bad idea to expose whatever content the two heads had in private talking, unless both agreed to do so.

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i found no basement to say xi said korea was part of china. the medias again are adding words.
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Trump was the one who said that. I'm not aware of any news media claiming that it was Xi.
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very correct, in the same way, interpretation made by others is different from speech of oneself.
Oh, so Xi Jinping isn't the one who said that? So it was Trump all along.

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Old April 21st, 2017, 12:50 AM   #29

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Oh, so Xi Jinping isn't the one who said that? So it was Trump all along.
Xi Jinping did say that Korea used to be part of China.

[Xi] then went into the history of China and Korea. Not North Korea, Korea. And you know, you’re talking about thousands of years …and many wars. And Korea actually used to be a part of China.

https://qz.com/962409/donald-trump-a...part-of-china/
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And Vietnam used to be part of China. France used to be part of Germany. Parts of China used to be part of Japan. California used to be part of Mexico. Philippines used to be part of the United States. The list goes on and on. The question is, what's the point of saying this in diplomacy?
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