Park "Gone"-hye: The pendulum in Seoul swings left | NK News
June 22, 2024
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Park “Gone”-hye: The pendulum in Seoul swings left

South Korea’s likely next leader wants to rebuild bridges to Pyongyang

These are momentous times in Korea. All of Korea. History is being made before our eyes.

Normally it’s the North which hogs the headlines. True to form, Pyongyang has excelled itself this year already: more missile tests, and the eerily James-Bondesque murder of Kim Jong Nam in Kuala Lumpur, have kept Kim Jong Un on the front pages.

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