South Korea’s new government stops nuclear reactor plans

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This video says about itself:

Korea’s first nuclear power reactor turned off for good

19 June 2017

South Korea’s first nuclear reactor is now off,… and off for good.

The Kori-1’s retirement ceremony on Monday was attended by President Moon Jae-in himself.

The president says he wants to make South Korea a nation that doesn’t need to rely on nuclear power for its energy needs.

Hwang Hojun starts us off.

It was built in 1977, and 40 years later…

„As of 12 AM on June 19th, 2017, Korea has permanently shut down its first nuclear reactor, Kori-1.“

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Moon jumps off nuclear wagon

Tuesday 20th June 2017

PRESIDENT Moon Jae In scrapped plans for new nuclear power plants yesterday, signalling a shift in decades of South Korea’s reliance on nuclear energy.

He said that the country would move away from nuclear energy…

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