Moreover, 51 percent did not know that the war started with North Korea's invasion of the South. About 14 percent picked Japan as the nation responsible for the war; 13.4 percent, the United States, and 11 percent Russia. About 2 percent even said it was the South invading the North.
While the United States is regarded as the main ally of the country, 28 percent said it was the key ``threat'' for national security, 4 percentage points higher than North Korea.
Telling. And I'll save you the trouble by pointing out that American students don't know much, either, but this isn't a blog on the US.
Update: LOL, the Joongang Ilbo has a better headline.