SINGAPORE - South Koreans living in Singapore will have ringside seats to how their country's future could unfold when US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet here on June 12.
Daejeon native Choi Min Suk, 20, hopes the peace talks will further improve ties between the two Koreas and lead to reunification so that his grandfather - who crossed the border into the South during the war with the North - can visit his home town again.
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