"U.S. Department of State condolences on the passing of former President Roh Tae-woo."

Janne Pak
2021-10-27 23:38
(10-27-2021) by: Janne Pak(White House & State Department Correspondent)

On the 27th (local time), the U.S. State Department, through State Department spokesperson Price, expressed condolences over the passing of South Korea's former President Roh Tae-woo and issued a statement expressing deep condolences to the Korean people.

"Ex-President Roh Tae-woo left a complex legacy," Price said in a statement. "Strong promises to solidify Korea's democratic tradition, join the UN, and denuclearize the Korean Peninsula were made during his tenure," he said.

However, the South Korean people are outraged by the current Moon Jae-in administration, which fails to show respect for the former presidents.

In particular, the more patriots they are, the more they hate the Moon Jae-in administration. In other words, the Moon Jae-in regime has a socialist communist ideology.

The only thing the Moon Jae-in regime likes is North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un who is violating human rights.

Former President Roh Tae-woo passed away on the 26th at the age of 89. As a former president who has served the country, he deserves to be buried in a national cemetery, but the Moon Jae-in regime has decided not to.

It turned out that there were many difficulties even before deciding the funeral of former President Roh Tae-woo as a national funeral.
The unspeakable discrimination against former presidents of the Moon Jae-in administration is angering the South Korean people.

If Moon Jae-in dies, it looks like he could face a tougher job. Keep in mind the old saying “you get what you give”
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Death of Former Republic of Korea President Roh

[We send our deepest condolences to the people of the Republic of Korea (ROK) for the passing of former President Roh Tae-Woo. While former President Roh leaves a complicated legacy, his tenure included solidification of the ROK’s democratic tradition, its entry into the United Nations, and a strong commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. For over 70 years, the U.S.-ROK Alliance has continued to strive toward our shared commitments of strengthening the rules-based international order and multilateral institutions, and promoting peace, security, and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula, the Indo-Pacific, and beyond.]

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(Janne Pak, White House Correspondent)
A Professional female Journalist who has covered the Korean Peninsula Issues and Korea-U.S. relations for over 20 years, White House, Pentagon, State Department, Congress.