Disagreements on Trade, THAAD, and Troops Won’t Stop U.S.-Korea Alliance

The U.S.-South Korea alliance has supported the peace and prosperity of both nations for more than 60 years, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in revealed one more reason to be thankful for the partnership in his first state visit to the United States and first meeting with President Donald Trump last week.

During his visit to the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Washington, Moon laid a wreath at the memorial for the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir, one of the Korean War’s most pivotal moments. The heroism and sacrifice of U.S. Marines enabled the evacuation of 100,000 civilians, two of whom were Moon’s parents.

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