Moon departs for US-South Korea summit with Trump

South Korea's new President, Moon Jae-in, is heading to Washington on Wednesday for his first official meeting with US President Donald Trump.

    South Korea's new President, Moon Jae-in, is heading to Washington on Wednesday for his first official meeting with US President Donald Trump.

    Moon took office last month after his predecessor, Park Geun-hye, was impeached over a corruption scandal.

     

    The pair is expected to focus on North Korea, with Moon flagging his intention to shift his country's approach to its neighbour.

    Al Jazeera's Kathy Novak reports from Seoul.


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