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Triple chocolate cake with raspberry vanilla sauce and Sujeonggwa (cinnamon punch) granita served with dried persimmons Coffee or Tea'Together our nations remind the world of the boundless potential of societies that choose freedom over tyranny,' he added, a not-so-subtle reference to the communist North. First lady Melania had changed from an imposing wine-colored dress with dramatically flared sleeves, wearing a patterned blue beaded dress to dinner.The menu included 'pine mushroom rice' in a stone pot with grilled beef, seasoned with a recipe that includes a 360-year-old soy sauce, according to the South Korean president's office.He predicted: 'We're going to have an exciting day tomorrow, for many reasons that people will find out.'Trump didn't directly address the elephant in the room – the looming threat of North Korea's nuclear missile program.But Moon minced no words as Trump and his delegation of American dignitaries listened.'War must not break out again on the Korean peninsula,' he said.Half of North Koreans in South Korea are currently registered as unemployed, for example, often because they lack any employable skill.In addition to economic reasons, many find themselves unable to cope with the faster pace of life in South Korea, and they are often looked down upon by their new Southern neighbours.You know very little of the outside world, you go hungry, and there's always a possibility that you (and three generations of your family) could end up in a labor camp system.As such, its not that surprising that some North Koreans attempt to escape, and many do, beginning an dangerous journey by crossing over the border into China and seeking asylum in South Korea.
Sadly, even simple social practices such as dating, can seem impossible for North Koreans, Spezza writes, and some simply decide they were better off North of the border.
North Korea has often been implicated in cyber attacks in South Korea and elsewhere but Pyongyang has either ignored or denied accusations of hacking.
Daewoo Shipbuilding, which was hacked, has built several South Korean warships, including an Aegis-class vessel and submarines/ Pictured: South Korean navy vessels sailing in the East Sea in September exercises North Korea has often been implicated in cyber attacks in South Korea and elsewhere but Pyongyang has either ignored or denied accusations of hacking.
Pictured: North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un celebrates a rocket test in September 'We are almost 100 per cent certain that North Korean hackers were behind the hacking and stole the company's sensitive documents,' Kyung Dae-soo of the main opposition Liberty Korea Party said yesterday.
Daewoo Shipbuilding has built several South Korean warships, including an Aegis-class vessel and submarines.