South Korea offers condolences follow...

South Korea offers condolences following death of North Korea leader

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Dec 20, 2011, titled South Korea offers condolences following death of North Korea leader. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

South Korea offered condolences Tuesday to North Korea's people as they mourn the death of longtime ruler Kim Jong Il and said it would allow the families of prominent South Koreans with ties to the North to visit.

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The Truth

Erie, PA

#1 Dec 20, 2011
Why should SK even acknowledge the death of his decades-long idiot? He never did anything to prove he had anything in common with the rest of humanity, and if he hadn't have been restrained by the USA for last eighteen years, he would have probably acted on his wishes for world-domination or w/e crazy autocrats rationalize to themselvs before they go to sleep at night.

ROT IN PEACES KIM-JONG-ILL!
really sad

Chicago, IL

#2 Dec 20, 2011
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