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Yoon is clearly the anti-Moon. At the end of the day he may go down in SK history as a hero,

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Now about sit down with NK as well?

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@OssanAmerica

Yoon is clearly the anti-Moon. At the end of the day he may go down in SK history as a hero,

Oh dear...

If there is a country where former presidents do not become "heroes" it's most likely to be South Korea.

Here a list of the former president's, same (or different) minded, and what they did and what happened to them.

https://apnews.com/article/f4de2c758f70450583bdf1539e3fa3bd

I guess the clock is ticking for Moon to get to jail, while Yoon is already doing something that will get him into the slammer later as well...(sigh)

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At the end of the day he may go down in SK history as a hero,

But his poll numbers are in the toilet.

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It flew 4600 kilometers,which is the longest horizontal achieved

While reaching an altitude of 1000km

There must be some lack of knowledge or confusion because if the missile reached and altitude of 1000km into the exosphere then obviously it didn't fly 4600km horizontally !

You don't need to be a rocket scientist to realize it went more up and down than horizontal

The international space station is 400km and not to mention the many satellites that might have been damaged.

Technically outerspace supposedly officially starts at the karmin line of 100km according to the outerspace constitution.

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@OssanJapan

At the end of the day he may go down in SK history as a hero,

Yoon's approval rating is currently at 24%. For your reference, President Park's approval rating was 24% when she got impeached. For voters under 30, it's 9%, For voters in their 30s, it's 15%.

The opposition Democratic party is betting they would win more seats at next parliamentary election than they do now because of Yoon's extreme unpopularity, going from supermajority to one-party dictatorship like LDP of Japan.

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