Why did Biden, who met twice a day, say, “Let’s go to my house”?

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President Yoon Seok-yeol met with U.S. President Joe Biden twice and had pleasantries at the G20 summit held in New Delhi, India on the 9th (local time) .

President Yoon met President Biden again this afternoon while passing through the bilateral meeting hall at the Bharat Mandapam International Convention Center in New Delhi, Kim Eun-hye, senior secretary for public relations in the Presidential Office, reported in a written briefing메이저사이트.

As President Biden continued the conversation by holding hands with President Yoon and joking, “We spent time together at my vacation spot, let’s go to my house together on the way home,” President Yoon responded to the Korea-U.S. meeting held at Camp David, the U.S. presidential villa last month. ·Referring to the Japan-Japan Summit, he responded, “Personally, it was an unforgettable moment.”

President Biden then said, “I agree. At the same time, it is also a historical moment,” and President Yoon said, “Let’s continue to create more history together.”

Prior to this, the two leaders met in the summit lounge and exchanged pleasantries even before the G20 summit began this morning.

President Yoon said to President Biden, “Thank you for the hospitality at Camp David,” and added, “We are talking through various opportunities that the cooperation between Korea, the United States, and Japan will contribute to freedom, peace, and prosperity around the world.” .

President Biden said, “I am also grateful,” and added, “The last Camp David (trilateral summit) meeting was very successful. It is especially rewarding because the three leaders were able to spend sufficient time and interact closely with each other in a space where they could talk informally. “It was,” he responded.

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