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South Korean PM speaks to foreign media on gov't measures amid COVID-19 pandemic


Seoul, Mar 27 (EFE/EPA).- South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun on Friday held a press conference in Seoul about the government’s countermeasures amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.South Korea has so far reported over 9,000 ca?ses of coronavirus.(Camera: JEON HEON KYUN).FOOTAGE SHOWS A PRESS CONFERENCE BY SOUTH KOREAN PRIME MINISTER CHUNG SYE-KYUN FOR FOREIGN MEDIA AT SEOUL FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS' CLUB IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA.SOUNDBITES: SOUTH KOREAN PRIME MINISTER CHUNG SYE-KYUN (IN ENGLISH).

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