Japan plans for possible mass evacuation of its citizens in South Korea amid threats from North Korea, report says

Around 60,000 Japanese citizens currently reside in South Korea, the news outlet reported. About 38,000 are long-term residents, while roughly 19,000 are tourists or short-term visitors. “If the U.S. decided on a military strike against the North …
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