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South Korean student feels safe in US despite rising tensions with N. Korea

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The people in North Korea don’t get access to the internet over there, so they don’t know what’s going on in the real life.

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Korean pastor, professor speak about recent tension with N. Korea

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The turmoil with North Korea has all eyes on foreign relations. No one knows what's going on in North Korea and the mind of their leader Kim Jung Un.

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