An article about the Japan-Korea tunnel was published on Yahoo! News on February 3, 2021.
Unbelievably, in this day and age where Japan-Korea relations are said to be the worst in history, talk of connecting Japan and South Korea through an undersea tunnel has suddenly surfaced in South Korea, and it has become a point of contention between the ruling and opposition parties in the Busan mayoral election scheduled for April. It becomes.
Without any warning, the Japan-Korea submarine tunnel story suddenly surfaced when Kim Jong-in, leader of the opposition party People's Power, visited Busan on February 1st, and the ruling party announced the construction of a new airport on Gadeok Island as an election strategy. This appears to be due to the fact that the two countries pledged to build an undersea tunnel between Japan and South Korea to connect Katoku Island and Kyushu, Japan, as a countermeasure to the situation.
The full article can be viewed below.