Seoul denies it will pay more for US troops

Jung Yeon-je / AFP

South Korea’s presidential Blue House pushed back against comments by US President Donald Trump that suggested Seoul had agreed to pay US$500 million more towards maintaining US troops in the country.

Trump had told officials in Washington that Seoul would be doubling its share under a new agreement. 

Bruce Harrison reports from Seoul

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