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Koreans share what they really think about Trump, Kim Jong Un and the future of North Korea

Erica Evans


Choi Eun-suk, who lives in the seaside city of Donghae on South Korea’s eastern coast, woke up early on April 27 to watch the news ... [Read More]

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