A South Korean court this week ordered the Japanese government to pay financial compensation to a number of surviving sex slaves used by the Imperial Japanese forces during World War Two. It is the latest in a series of legally questionable moves by South Korean authorities in recent years that will only further increase tensions with a Japan that long ago settled all WWII related issues regarding its colonization of the southern half of the peninsula. Legal experts in both nations, however, have several times in recent years pointed to an agreement between the two nations in the mids effectively settling all such claims as Japan — the former colonial masters of the Korean peninsula between and — effectively helped rebuild South Korea. The document in question is a treaty signed by both Seoul and Tokyo which served to normalise diplomatic relations between the two countries. At the time Japan paid South Korea a huge sum which was used by the-then government in Korea to rebuild a nation still reeling from the Korean War a decade earlier. At that time Japan once again apologised to South Korea whilst also putting together a one billion yen fund for any surviving comfort women.
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It borders New Taipei with which it forms the Taipei—Keelung metropolitan area , along with Taipei itself. Nicknamed the Rainy Port for its frequent rain and maritime role, the city is Taiwan's second largest seaport after Kaohsiung. Davidson related that "Kelung" was among the few well-known names, thus warranting no alternate Japanese romanization. While it has been proposed that this name was derived from the local mountain that took the shape of a rooster cage, it is more likely that the name was derived from the first inhabitants of the region, as are the names of many other Taiwanese cities. Keelung was first inhabited by the Ketagalan , a tribe of Taiwanese aborigine.