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How do South Koreans see tensions with Kim Jong Un?

  • Aired: 11/07/2017
  • 07:23
  • Rating: NR
Just miles from one of the world's most dangerous borders, President Trump's tone toward North Korea shifted from long-distance threats to "let's make a deal," suggesting at a press conference with the South Korean president that he sees signs that diplomacy could work. John Yang speaks with David Kang of the University of Southern California about the South Korean perception of Trump's approach.
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