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Topic - Hong Soo-Kyong
Despite her belief that Seoul should stand firm in its policy toward the North, Ms. Soo-kyong said public opinion about the nearly 30,000 U.S. troops stationed in South Korea a military presence that stretches back to the United Nations force that repulsed the North's 1950 invasion have begun to shift in recent years.
"I think a lot of younger people think the U.S. Army should leave it to the North and South Koreans to figure it out for themselves," she said. "But I think older people because they experienced the war in person hold to the view that the U.S. military should stay here because they remember how bad the civil war was."