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MBC President Visits Pyongyang

2005/08/28 | 94 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Mun-soon, president of broadcaster MBC, flew to Pyongyang to discuss cooperation and exchanges with North Korea, according to the North's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).

Choi was accompanied by Lee Hak-yu, an official of an association to commemorate Sohn Jung-do, who was a pastor at a church in Jilin Province, Northeast China, in the 1920s after serving in the Korean government in exile in Shanghai.

North Korea's late founder Kim Il-sung attended Sohn's church.

An MBC official confirmed Choi visited North Korea to discuss cooperation in broadcasting.

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