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The Future of Asia 2022

South Korea to restore Japan ties 'as soon as possible,' next envoy says

On North Korea, Yun Duk-min says U.N. is 'paralyzed' due to Ukraine issue

Yun Duk-min, chair-professor at Hankook University of Foreign Studies, is expected to become South Korea's ambassador to Japan. (Photo by Suzu Takahashi) 

TOKYO -- South Korea's new government led by President Yoon Suk-yeol is keen to restore Japan-Korea ties "as soon as possible," Yun Duk-min, chair-professor at Hankook University of Foreign Studies, said at Nikkei's Future of Asia conference on Thursday.

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