Lee Ung-su, 57, lives near the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex and says safety remains a top concern as American and South Korean troops perform military exercise. Photo: Reuters
Lee Ung-su, 57, lives near the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex and says safety remains a top concern as American and South Korean troops perform military exercise. Photo: Reuters
South Korea

US-South Korea drills: residents complain of noise, danger during American military practice

  • A US Army officer said the military is looking into the concerns, noting they do pause for a period to allow quiet testing hours in Pocheon
  • Meanwhile, residents in Pohang, on the east coast filed a petition demanding relocation or closure of a firing range there

Lee Ung-su, 57, lives near the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex and says safety remains a top concern as American and South Korean troops perform military exercise. Photo: Reuters
Lee Ung-su, 57, lives near the Rodriguez Live Fire Complex and says safety remains a top concern as American and South Korean troops perform military exercise. Photo: Reuters
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