Kaesong Industrial Complex
And was it business as usual at the inter-Korean Gaeseong Industrial Complex in the North? Were the factories running without a hitch?
The entry and exit of South Koreans in and out of the inter-Korean Gaeseong Industrial Complex went as it normally does on Monday.
Earlier this morning, the North agreed to the continued travel of South Koreans into the facility.
Cross-border trips to the site require North Korea's approval because the two countries remain technically at war.
So it was business as usual there, with over 7-hundred-50 South Koreans going into the complex on Monday, while around 2-hundred-80 re-entered South Korea from the North.
There are currently about 8-hundred South Koreans residing in the complex.
Back in 2009, the North closed border passage to Gaeseong due to joint military exercises conducted by the South and the U.S.
The site is the only economic link between the two Koreas.
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