KOREAN independence day is a day of celebration for many.
Many in the country feel like they have been left behind, and some have called it the day of the people.
The government has been very vocal on the issue.
But when will the money come back?
That’s a very difficult question to answer.
There is no way to know what will happen with the funds that are supposed to go to the country.
And we don’t know how much will be returned.
So it is unclear how much money will be spent on the anniversary, or what the impact will be.
What is known is that many in the South Korean community have called for an independent Korea to be established in a country that has been divided since 1945.
This has created a lot of resentment.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in has promised to do everything he can to bring peace to the region.
However, he has faced criticism for not taking a stronger stance on the independence day.
Moon has called the anniversary of the end of World War II “a great occasion to commemorate the end,” but the issue of independence has come up in recent weeks.
On Thursday, the South Korea-U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) reported that the North had carried out three missile tests since July.