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Seoul Residents Respond to North Korean Threats

Since the beginning of 2016, there have been significant discussions about North Korea’s human rights situation, its weapons programs, and the sanctions placed on the country by the United Nations. Politicians, military officials, and analysts from research organizations have shared their views and opinions about the events on the Korean peninsula, but what of those who live in South Korea’s capital of Seoul? Kim Geon-hee, a 16-year-old student told VOA, “I don’t think the...

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