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In-depth: N. Korea's policy directions Updated: 2021-12-22 17:41:23 KST

With the year winding to an end.
North Korea appears to be making notable changes internally.
With Seoul maintaining its course to build on the breakthroughs made, the ball is in their court.
For a closer look into the developments, we have Professor Go Myong-hyun with us.

Kim Yo-jong.
There's report of a possible change in the stature of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister.
What are the assumed reasons behind this?

Kim Yo-jong has been in charge of foreign relations.
How does the latest change reflect the direction of North Korea in dealing with international relations?

In Australia, President Moon Jae-in highlighted the end-of-war declaration.
-What has been the response from N. Korea,
as well as other countries such as U.S. and China?
-What can we expect?

During the 2018 Inter-Korean summit.
Agreements to exchange video messages was reached.
Some 24-thousand videos recorded by separated families.
None have been delivered.
-Could we see some progress soon?

According to the CIA, North Korea continues to develop ballistic missiles despite economic difficulties.
What are the implications?

Professor Go Myong-hyun, thank you for sharing your insights with us.
We appreciate it.
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