South Korean President Visits White House President Bush and his South Korean counterpart Roh Moo-hyun meet today at the White House. The two presidents have differences on a variety of issues, including North Korea and its nuclear program. Trade is another hot topic in a relationship that analysts say is souring.
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South Korean President Visits White House

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South Korean President Visits White House

South Korean President Visits White House

South Korean President Visits White House

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President Bush and his South Korean counterpart Roh Moo-hyun meet today at the White House.

The two presidents have differences on a variety of issues, including North Korea and its nuclear program. Trade is another hot topic in a relationship that analysts say is souring.