White House, “No comment, strong US-Korea relationship” on ‘President Yoon’s slang controversy’

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President Yoon Seok-yeol and US President Joe Biden are having a conversation after the 7th Global Fund Financial Commitment Meeting held at a building in New York, USA on the 21st (local time).

President Yoon Seok-yeol and US President Joe Biden are having a conversation after the 7th Global Fund Financial Commitment Meeting held at a building in New York, USA on the 21st (local time).
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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Kim Jong-un = The White House announced on the 22nd (local time) that South Korea-U.S. relations remain unchanged in relation to the controversy surrounding President Yoon Seok-yeol’s ‘profanity’ remarks.

A spokesperson for the National Security Council (NSC) of the White House said in a statement that he would not comment on “hot mic” remarks, the Washington Post reported.

“Our relationship with South Korea is strong and growing,” Lee said. “President Biden sees President Yun as a key ally. The two leaders had a fruitful and productive meeting on the occasion of the UN General Assembly yesterday.” said.

There was a scene where President Yoon left the conference room after the ‘Global Fund Financial Commitment Meeting’ hosted by President Biden the day before and said to Foreign Minister Park Jin and others, “If these XXs do not approve in the National Assembly, what will Biden do?” It was caught on camera and caused controversy.

Regarding the controversy over the remarks, Kim Eun-hye, senior public relations chief, said that he was not targeting US President Joe Biden or the US Congress, but was referring to concerns about our opposition. However, if the huge opposition party, which is in control of the budget deliberations, breaks this trend and fails to fulfill its minimum obligations to the international community, we have delivered to Minister Park Jin that the country will not stand up.”

Then, he said, “Please listen again now. The National Assembly (these XX’s) do not approve and say ‘if you blow it'” and reconfirmed, “Yes,” to the subsequent question of whether he was saying ‘if it blows’ rather than ‘Biden’. .

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