Sunday, October 07, 2007

[ News, Nation, October 2 2007] Journalists set up live S. Korean broadcast in Pyongyang

South Korean journalists said Tuesday (Oct. 2) they have set up a live broadcast system in Pyongyang to allow transmission of South Korean media coverage of the second inter-Korean summit into the heart of North Korea.

South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun, who arrived in the isolated communist country for his three-day summit with its leader Kim Jong-il, has also watched the broadcast on a liquid crystal display brought from his country at a state guesthouse in Pyongyang, they said in a pool report.

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