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S. Koreans doubtful about denuclearization, see relations with US as vital

SEOUL --- The majority of South Koreans consider complete denuclearization of North Korea an unlikely outcome, despite largely agreeing with the Moon Jae-in administration s engagement policy. In a survey of 1,000 people nationwide conducted between Aug. 10 and 12 by The Korea Herald in collaboration with the research firm JoWon Communication Innovation, 73 percent of the respondents said that North Korea is unlikely to completely denuclearize. Among them, 29.3 percent said they expect North Korea to renege

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