Round-up: Today’s top stories in the morning papers in Korea (August 5, 2016)
1. Amid protests against THAAD deployment in Seongju continues, the South Korean government considers that choosing another spot may be a solution to the problem. President Park Geun-hye who had a meeting with lawmakers in TK areas says, ‘she will look at another spot for THAAD batteries other than Seonjgu.’
What she does is a makeshift policy. She does not know what she is doing.
2. Han Min-gu, the defense minister in South Korea, has changed his position about sharing information from THAAD with Japan about two weeks ago. The defense ministry says, if necessary, it will exchange information with Japan and American-led missile defense.
He does not change what he thinks. He does not know what he thinks.