How Things Look from the Peninsula: WSJ’s Jonathan Cheng
From the United States, events on the Korean Peninsula have moved quickly and dramatically – we were first surprised to find that North Korea had ballistic weapons that could reach continental United States and before we knew it, the president of the United States was meeting Kim Jong-un face-to-face. But what did this all look like in South Korea? The South Korean people have lived with the risk of war for decades – they have also seen their presidents travel to Pyongyang in the past to talk about peace.
In this context, what has the past year looked like for South Korean audiences?
We speak with veteran journalist and Seoul bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal Jonathan Cheng to get a sense of how things look from the ground.