Jeongmin Kim is a correspondent at NK News, based in Seoul. She previously worked for the CSIS Korea Chair and in the Seoul bureau of Reuters news agency. Follow her on Twitter @jeongminnkim
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DPRK state media said that Washington and Seoul’s joint military exercises are “foul,” calling them “war practices”
The Warmbiers sent a letter to the family of the South Korean man shot and killed by North Korean soldiers on Sept. 22
Top defense officials from Seoul and Washington stressed the need to “dismantle” Pyongyang’s growing missile program
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