South Korean protesters on Monday staged a rally demanding to stop the joint military exercises, Ulchi Freedom Guardian, or UFG, between the U.S. and South Korea near U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korea's threat of nuclear strikes in response to the exercises that it calls an invasion rehearsal. Signs held by the protesters read: “Stop Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise and war exercise.”
South Korean protesters on Monday staged a rally demanding to stop the joint military exercises, Ulchi Freedom Guardian, or UFG, between the U.S. and South Korea near U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korea's threat of nuclear strikes in response to the exercises that it calls an invasion rehearsal. Signs held by the protesters read: “Stop Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise and war exercise.” Ahn Young-joon The Associated Press
South Korean protesters on Monday staged a rally demanding to stop the joint military exercises, Ulchi Freedom Guardian, or UFG, between the U.S. and South Korea near U.S. Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korea's threat of nuclear strikes in response to the exercises that it calls an invasion rehearsal. Signs held by the protesters read: “Stop Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise and war exercise.” Ahn Young-joon The Associated Press

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