What is the use of the North Korean missile threat suddenly disappearing? What is the status quo now?

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 What is the use of the North Korean missile threat suddenly disappearing? What is the status quo now?


On the morning of April 12th, in a bridge on the grass field in Shaogan, Gyeongbuk, there was a physical confrontation between the police and the group opposing Sade. (image source: Yonhap) In June 2017, the New South Korean President Wen Yin announced the suspension of the deployment of sad. In October, the ROK announced that it would not deploy additional Sade system. Wens official position on the deployment of sad is to complete the comprehensive environmental assessment before making a decision, but the assessment has not been made. It is reported that Wen has been opposed to the deployment of Sade in his campaign for president. With the recent easing of the situation on the peninsula, the Chosun Ilbo quoted South Korean news sources as saying that the South Korean side was not in a hurry to deploy sadad when it saw the situation eased. The US military has even said that the protesters can control the Saad base passage and South Korea is helpless, which makes people wonder if South Korea really wants to deploy Sade. Professor Pu Wen Gong, a professor at Han Dong International University, said Seoul had to walk between China and North Korea on the issue of Saad deployment. Saad base in South Korea The sad anti missile system is located in Gyeongbuk, South Korea, outside the range of the Korean artillery. Local people are strongly opposed to the radiation pollution of the Saad system radar. The South Korean government then announced the deployment of the Saad system to a distant golf course far away from the densely populated area of the county, but it did not end the protest against the local peoples opposition to sads deployment. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Guo Ping _B7442 The sad anti missile system is located in Gyeongbuk, South Korea, outside the range of the Korean artillery. Local people are strongly opposed to the radiation pollution of the Saad system radar. The South Korean government then announced the deployment of the Saad system to a distant golf course far away from the densely populated area of the county, but it did not end the protest against the local peoples opposition to sads deployment.