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Korean Association of Guam president pleased with agreement

Posted: Jun 13, 2018 2:40 PM Updated:

The president of the Korean Association of Guam welcomes the news of a Trump-Kim agreement for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Park Jae Moon says he believes his  members are optimistic about the surprise development, noting, "Everybody very happy, you know. Friend, you know, whoever, Korean people now is very, very happy. Jong Un open the business both North Korea, South Korea together. Everything open, very happy up to the business also."

Park believes Kim Jong Un is young and smart, and will keep his promise of a nuclear free peninsula. The two Koreas have been divided since the end of world war two, and technically have been at war since North Korea first invaded the south in 1950.

Asked if there's still hope for an eventual reunification of the two Koreas, Park paused and said, "Yes, maybe."

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