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President Bush is in South Korea, the second stop on his swing through Asia. Hopes for North-South reconciliation on the peninsula have faded and South Korean President Kim Dae Jung's "Sunshine Policy," aimed at easing the North's isolation, is being sharply criticized by political opponents. But President Kim is standing by his policy. NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Seoul.

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