It was Japan against South Korea.
I kind of foresaw this kind of image because "anti-Japan" is so common in Korea.
The flags at the center say, "conquer Japan" and "Japan sink."
I know "anti-Japan" is Korean government's policy, and many Korean people are very much satisfied with the policy.
But not inside the stadium. This place is not designed for political propaganda.
Would any viewer recognize it as "friendship match"?
The follwoing picture claims an island, which is illegally occupied by Korea according to Japan's stand point. Does the issue have anything to do with the soccer game?
I don't even wanna imagine what the banana means in this picture.
Would a Japanese man be optimistic about Japan-Korea future relationship after watching these pictures?