South Korean President Moon Jae In's first anniversary in office yesterday was a "humble, quiet" day with just a small concert with his neighbours to mark the occasion, according to his office.
This low-key approach is in stark contrast to the euphoria still running high in the country, as city governments and major companies rush to unveil plans for inter-Korea projects and exchanges aligned with the historic meeting between Mr Moon and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un two weeks ago.
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