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00:00:01
>> South Korea's newly elected leader getting down to business on Wednesday. Vowing to solve security crisis on the Korean peninsula, including tensions with the north as well as Chinese and American concerns over the THAAD anti-missile system.>> If necessary, I will fly straight to Washington, I will go to Beijing and Tokyo and if the conditions allow, to Pyongyang as well.
00:00:24
>> Moon named his Prime Minister and Spy Chief who both took part in the decade old Sunshine Policy favoring talks with Pyongyang over conflict. As Reuters Ju-min Park reports that points to how he may approach the North.>> His stance on Pyongyang is more of an engagement with North Korea and seeking dialogues with Pyongyang.
00:00:43
Although Moon is recently putting more emphasis on global pressure on its nuclear program, he may have to face what US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping to find out what they really mean.>> Moon's also got to try and fix a society still reeling from a corruption scandal that saw ex-President Park Geun-hye get kicked out of office.
00:01:05
He's got a few ideas on how to do that including getting closer to voters.>> He wants to move out of the presidential compound and work in the government complex right across this street. He has said he wants to do grocery shopping after work to meet the people on the streets and will have an open debate here in this square with the public.
00:01:29
>> Moon's got a slew of reform ideas lined up at home including a major jobs creation bill and checks on Slouth Korea's powerful family run conglomerates. However, his party lacks a majority in a fractured parliament. To get anything done, he'll need to forge ties with many of those he fought on the campaign trail.