How does SOUTH KOREA hope to be the most PROSPEROUS COUNTRY in ASIA? – VisualPolitik EN

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We warned you in a past video here on VisualPolitik: the new president of South Korea, the conservative Yoon Seok-yeol, is turning out to be a political earthquake. Since he became president there is not a week that Yoon does not announce a major change in the country. And especially now we already know his economic plan to return South Korea’s economy back to normal. In this video we tell you all the details about the political revolution with which Yoon Seok-yeol wants to whip the South Korean economy back in shape.

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