SEOUL -- Japanese-South Korean relations have long been uneasy due to the painful legacy of Japan's colonial rule, but for the most part the countries' political clashes have not damaged their common business interests. Now, as both sides mark the 74th anniversary of the end of World War II -- when the occupation ended -- that appears to be changing.
Japan-South Korea rift
Japan-South Korea: Icy diplomacy threatens ever-better business ties
74 years after WWII, neighbors face crisis of 'cold politics, cold economics'