British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung
British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung
Korea Times

British website ditches ‘Sea of Japan’ after Korean student’s request

High school student sent several requests insisting the ‘Sea of Japan’ was Korea’s ‘East Sea’

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British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung
British news outlet The Stack admitted it had wrong information in a map on its website and changed "Sea of Japan" to "East Sea." The person behind the correction was a student at Busan International High School in Korea. Photo: Choi Hyun-jung
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