Moon Proposes Joint Hosting Of World Cup With N Korea China Japan

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Moon Proposes Joint Hosting of World Cup with N.Korea, China, Japan
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Moon Proposes Joint Hosting of World Cup with N.Korea, China, Japan

President Moon Jae-in poses with FIFA President Gianni Infantino at Cheong Wa Dae in Seoul on Monday. /Newsis

President Moon Jae-in on Monday proposed that South Korea should co-host the 2030 FIFA World Cup with North Korea, China, and Japan.

Presidential spokesman Park Soo-hyun said Moon met with visiting FIFA President Gianni Infantino at Cheong Wa Dae and told him, "If neighboring Northeast Asian countries can host the World Cup, I think that would contribute to peace between South and North Korea and in Northeast Asia as a whole".

Trump Claims Korea Actually Used To Be Part of China
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Trump Claims Korea Actually Used To Be Part of China

Koreans were disturbed with a claim that their country was part of China reportedly stated by U.S President Donald Trump

A report by The Korea Times recently featured a statement made by U.S President Donald Trump. The American President was reportedly quoted on the statement when he met Chinese President Xi Jin Ping last April 12th

The statement was from his interview with The Wall Street Journal.

“Xi Jin Ping then went into the history of China and Korea. Not North Korea, Korea. And you know, you’re talking about thousands of years and many wars. And Korea actually used to be part of China.”

Breaking: Moon Jae In Is The New President Of South Korea
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Breaking: Moon Jae In Is The New President Of South Korea

As of 10:50 p.m. KST, roughly three hours since voting was concluded for Koreas 19th presidential election, JTBC, KBS, and MBC, among other media outlets, have reported that Moon Jae In of the Democratic Party of Korea has been de facto confirmed as the new president of South Korea, with, currently, 38 percent of the vote nationwide.

Although votes are still being tallied, the runner-up candidates, Hong Jun Pyo of the Liberty Korea Party (with 28.4 percent of the vote) and Ahn Cheol Soo of the Peoples Party (21.2 percent), have conceded the election to Moon Jae In.

Moon Jae In becomes the new president of South Korea
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Moon Jae In becomes the new president of South Korea

On the night of May 9, three broadcasting stations reported presidential candidate Moon Jae In to become the 12th president of South Korea.

The three major broadcasting stationsMBC, SBS, and KBS closely monitored the election and declared Moon Jae In as the victor.

All three broadcasting stations revealed that presidential candidate Moon received a total of 41.4% of the vote. Followed by Hong Jun Pyo with 23.3%, and Ahn Cheol Soo by 21.8% respectively. His rivals conceded victory after the news.

Moon Jae In elected as the new president of South Korea
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Moon Jae In elected as the new president of South Korea

On the night of May 9, three broadcasting stations reported presidential candidate Moon Jae In to become the 12th president of South Korea.  

The three major broadcasting stations MBC, SBS, and KBS closely monitored the election and declared Moon Jae In as the victor.

All three broadcasting stations revealed that presidential candidate Moon received a total of 41.4% of the vote.  Followed by Hong Jun Pyo with 23.3%, and Ahn Cheol Soo by 21.8% respectively. His rivals conceded victory after the news.