South Korea's president winds up China visit

President Moon Jae-in went to China in hopes of easing strained relations after the US deployed an anti-missile system in South Korea earlier this year, but many South Koreans are upset at the seemingly frosty welcome from the Chinese government.

    President Moon Jae-in went to China in hopes of easing strained relations after the US deployed an anti-missile system in South Korea earlier this year, but many South Koreans are upset at the seemingly frosty welcome from the Chinese government.

    South Korea’s president is winding up an official four-day visit to China aimed at repairing frayed relations.

    But Moon Jae-in has not been given the warm welcome many South Koreans were expecting.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Beijing.


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