Diplomacy and Ideology in Japanese-Korean Relations: From by Etsuko Hae-Jin Kang

By Etsuko Hae-Jin Kang

Throughout the premodern interval, Japan had major political, fiscal and cultural relatives with Korea. This e-book purports that this era, from the 15th to the eighteenth century, was once the formative degree of the East Asian international relations and beliefs which laid the rules for overseas kin among those nations within the smooth interval. The e-book additionally investigates how Japan's and Korea's political and diplomatic ideologies emerged as a nascent kind of nationalism which students haven't formerly clarified.

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Such an examination reveals that the diplomatic relations between the Korean kings and Ashikaga shoguns were equal, and that daimyos and Japanese traders alike, as Murai claims, were still free from national consciousness. However, it was during that time that both countries began exercising their world view in their diplomacy. 44 In the Preface of Haedong chegukki, a compilation of legal records and a model of the diplomatic code of Chosdn Korea, Sin Suk-chu acknowledged neighbourly relations with Japan but considered Japan a barbaric state which could become bellicose with its military prowess.

39 Yi Song-gye (1335-1408), a son of a military commander in the Hamhung region and the founder of the Yi dynasty, ascended to the throne because of his victory in suppressing wakb attacks. To sum up, several characteristics arose from Muromachi Japan and Korean relations: Korea's kyorin (neighbourly) policy in order to alleviate wakb problems, and Japan's trade surge and the emergence of buke diplomacy. The appeasement of the wakb and the repatriation of captives were two of the major concerns of Korean diplomacy.

However, it was during that time that both countries began exercising their world view in their diplomacy. 44 In the Preface of Haedong chegukki, a compilation of legal records and a model of the diplomatic code of Chosdn Korea, Sin Suk-chu acknowledged neighbourly relations with Japan but considered Japan a barbaric state which could become bellicose with its military prowess. "45 His view reflects the Neo-Confucian doctrines of law, order and protocol and repudiation of military supremacy. As the relationship of Japan and Korea developed, the difference in the aims of their diplomacy became more distinct.

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