'Shut up': Kim Jong-un's sister defiantly responded to the President of South Korea

'Shut up': Kim Jong-un's sister defiantly responded to the President of South Korea

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South Korea offered North aid in exchange for denuclearization. They said they “would not trade the fate of the country for a pie.”

South Korea offered economic assistance to North Korea in exchange for giving up its nuclear program. But they said that they “would not exchange the fate of the country for a pie.”

The BBC writes about this.

South Korean President Yun Seok-yeol spoke about such a plan for the first time back in May and on Wednesday , August 17, again repeated his offer to provide economic assistance to the DPRK in exchange for denuclearization. But he was criticized in North Korea.

Sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Kim Yo Jong called such a proposal absurd.

“No one will exchange their fate for a corn pie,” she said in a statement.

She advised the South Korean president himself to “shut his mouth” and called him “immature”.

The Office of the President of South Korea said they regretted such rude statements from the DPRK, but they did not refuse their offer.