President Trump was on Tuesday served beef ribs with gravy that had 360-year-old soy sauce as an ingredient during South Korea’s state dinner, and it came served with two sides of controversy. PRI reports it was the first state visit by a US president in 25 years, so South Korea made a big deal out of the dinner, along with some bold moves. The meal featured shrimp harvested near islands with disputed ownership: South Korea calls them Dokdo; Japan, Takeshima, reports the Guardian. And that wasn’t the only snub Japan says it suffered. Trump was photographed greeting one of the evening’s guests, Lee Yong-soo, an 88-year-old former “comfort woman” forced to have sex with Japanese servicemen. Japan reached a deal with South Korea to help survivors in 2015.