Analysis: What New S. Korean Leader Means for Relations With North

Reporter/Provider - Yin Khvat/James Reynor

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South Korea's new president has taken office in Seoul. Yoon Suk-yeol heads the first Conservative government in five years, and is expected to take a tougher stance on North Korea than his predecessor. TaiwanPlus reporter Yin Khvat spoke to James Fretwell of Korea Risk Group about what this means for peace on the peninsula.

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