Timeline of Japan–South Korea relations
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|1945||August 15||Japan surrenders to Allied forces, relinquishing control over Korean territory.|
|1945||September 8||Korea is administered by United States Army Military Government in Korea. And, a lot of Japanese systems were released.|
|1948||August 15||First Republic of South Korea officially established. Republic is allied strongly with the United States, and opposing both North Korean and Japanese interests.|
|1948||During the Jeju Uprising, a large group of South Korean refugees escape to Japan.|
|1950s||During the Korean War, some group of South Korean refugees escape to Japan.|
|1952||January 18||The South Korean president Syngman Rhee declared Syngman Rhee line.
3,929 Japanese fishermen were captured, and 44 Japanese were killed by South Korea Navy.
|1952||February 4||The Dai Ichi Daihoumaru Ship Incident. South Korean Coast Guard shot and killed Japanese fishermen.|
|1965||June 22||Japan and South Korea signed Treaty on Basic Relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea.|
|1981||January 11||Japanese Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro visited South Korea.|
|1991||August 11||Asahi Shinbun reports the discovery of Kim Hak-soon, a comfort woman from South Korea.|
|1991||December 6||Mizuho Fukushima leads five comfort women in an attempt to sue the Japanese Government.|
|1995||August 15||The public office building of Governor-General of Korea in Seoul was dismantled by Kim Young-sam.|
|1997||December||The Asian financial crisis hits the South Korean economy hard. Japan offers 10 billion dollars in support.|
|2002||May 31||Japan and South Korea co-host the 2002 FIFA World Cup.|
|2003||March 16||The assembly in Shimane Prefecture, Japan, enacts "Takeshima Day". Decision met with opposition in South Korea.|
|2003||March 31||South Korean Ambassador to the United Nations strongly opposes Japan's participation as a permanent member of United Nations Security Council.|
|2007||July||the U.S. House of Representatives passed a non-binding resolution that Japan apologize for forcing women into sex slavery during World War II. The resolution was sponsored by Mike Honda (D-CA), a third-generation Japanese-American.|
|2012||August 10||South Korea won the bronze medal match against Japan at the Olympic Match.|
|2015||February 6||FGS League inaugural match.|
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