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Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Young Kim (CA-40) traveled to South Korea with a bipartisan Congressional delegation to lead meetings with senior Korean elected officials and leaders in business and academics. 

Rep. Kim is chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Indo-Pacific Subcommittee and is co-chair of the Congressional Study Group on Korea.  

Rep. Kim met with South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, Minister of Unification Kim YungHo, Minister of Defense Shin Won Sik, and Foreign Minister Cho Tae-yul. She also met with leaders from Hanyang University, the American Chamber of Commerce, and from automotive and airline industries. 

“The U.S.-ROK alliance has grown into a strong economic and security partnership for both countries and is more important than ever as we see growing aggression on the Korean Peninsula and in the region,” said Rep. Young Kim. “I appreciate the opportunity to have productive conversations with President Yoon and other government officials and business leaders as co-chair of the Congressional Study Group on Korea through Former Members of Congress. Our work together is critical as we face shared threats and instability in the region, and I’ll keep working as Indo-Pacific Subcommittee Chairwoman to strengthen the U.S.-ROK alliance.” 

Photos courtesy of Former Members of Congress can be found HERE.

This trip was sponsored by the Former Members of Congress and the Korea Society.

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