A man walks past a street monitor in Tokyo showing North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un. Ethnic Koreans in Japan loyal to Pyongyang hope next week’s historic US-North Korea summit will help bring reconciliation on the Korean peninsula and clarify their own murky legal status. Photo: Reuters

Japan’s ethnic Koreans loyal to Pyongyang look to Trump-Kim summit to bring peace, boost status

The ‘zainichi’ minority descended from Koreans who moved or were brought to the country during its colonial rule of the peninsula from 1910 to 1945

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A man walks past a street monitor in Tokyo showing North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un. Ethnic Koreans in Japan loyal to Pyongyang hope next week’s historic US-North Korea summit will help bring reconciliation on the Korean peninsula and clarify their own murky legal status. Photo: Reuters
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