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Topic - Moon Chung
"Jimmy Carter has many different images," said Moon Chung-in, political science professor at Seoul's Yonsei University.
"We welcomed his criticism of human rights violations by [1963-79 President] Park Chung-hee, but we hated his plan to withdraw American troops from South Korea," he said, referring to a campaign promise that Mr. Carter pursued despite the near-unanimous opposition of South Korean officials and his own advisers.