While President Donald Trump's visit across Asia is underway, the United States testy relationship with North Korea has become a central issue to discuss for South Korean officials, NBC News reported.
South Korea's foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha told NBC News before President Donald Trump's visit that war, "on the Korean Peninsula must not happen."
Trump is expected to arrive in Seoul — where the subject of how to tackle North Korea's totalitarian dictator is expected to be at the top of the agenda.
Kang cautioned against "military options," NBC News reported.
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South Korea is home to over 50 million people and estimated 28,000 American troops are stationed in the country.