Ties between your neighbors have already been hit by historical issues
US has been seeking help from both on security and trade
The leaders of Japan and South Korea used their first summit in nearly 3 years to pledge to solve historical conditions that have damaged ties between your US allies.
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida met for approximately 30 minutes in NY, where both had addressed a session of the US General Assembly. Statements from both sides issued Thursday said the pair also discussed the significance of cooperation which includes the US because they face threats from famous brands North Korea.