South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts. South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts.
South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts.

Seoul faces balancing act as China ties develop

South Korea makes most of Beijing's impatience with North and shared anger at Japan, but US position in region will affect how ties develop

South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts. South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts.
South Korean officials Cho Tae-yul (left) and Baek Seung-joo will hold talks with their Chinese counterparts.
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