Hoover woman from South Korea reacts to historic summit


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WEBVTT HOURS. RIGHT NOW IT’S SET FOR 3 A.M. >> MOMENTS AFTER THE MEETING BEGAN, WE SPOKE TO A HOOVER WOMAN BORN IN SOUTH KOREA. HELEN SAYS SHE WANTS TO BE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE SUMMIT BUT SHE’S CAUTIOUS AND APPREHENSIVE. KIM WAS BORN IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, AND MOVED TO THE U.S. IN 1955. SHE FEELS LIKE THE MEETING HAD TO HAPPEN SOMETIME AND THAT THERE’S MORE AT STAKE, NOT JUST WHETHER NORTH KOREA COULD BECOME DENUCLEARIZED. >> I’M HOPEFUL THAT THE DOORS AREN’T GOING TO BE SLAMMED. I’M HOPEFUL THAT DOORS MAY BE OPENED THAT MAY LEAD TO OTHER MEETINGS AND SORT OF THE HARDER NEGOTIATIONS THAT HAVE GOT TO COME. >> SHE SAYS SO SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT

Hoover woman from South Korea reacts to historic summit


A Hoover woman who was born in South Korea said she wanted to be optimistic, but was cautious and apprehensive about President Donald Trump’s meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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