U.S.-South Korea Relations
“Challenges and Opportunities in the U.S.-Korea Alliance” was the first panel of the forum “Assessing the U.S.-Korea Relationship: Looking Ahead” co-hosted by the Hanmi Club and the Korea Economic Institute of America.
Korean Ambassador to the U.S. Y.J. Choi said that relations between the two countries “couldn’t be better” following a summit between President Obama and South Korean President Park Geun-hye. He was followed by a panel discussion on trade, South Korea’s nuclear program and relations with other East Asian countries.
“Challenges and Opportunities in the U.S.-Korea Alliance” was the first panel of the forum “Assessing the U.S.-Korea Relationship: Looking Ahead” co-hosted by the Hanmi Club and the Korea Economic Institute of America. close
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Young-Jin Choi Ambassaor South Korea->United States
L. Gordon Flake Executive Director Mansfield (Maureen and Mike) Foundation
Louis W. Goodman Professor and Dean Emeritus American University->School of International Service
Abraham Kim Vice President Korea Economic Institute of America
Sang-kyung Kim President (Former) Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (South Korea)->Kwang-ju, Masan
Chan-soon Nam Editorial Writer (Former) East Asia Daily (Seoul, South Korea)
David Pong Chairman Korean-American Club
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