A Korean girl who made international headlines after she became the first woman to appear on K-pop’s chart-topping music group in October was the first person to be invited to the White House.
Yoon Ji-suk was the star of K-Pop’s “Tough Love”, a video of her singing a song about her new-found love interest, the South Korean boy she met while working as a prostitute.
“It’s a bit of a dream come true to see the president of the United States at the White Castle,” she told reporters.
But there was more to the story.
As a result of the Whitehouse visit, Yoon and her group will soon become the first Korean pop group to have their music used in the US.
The group, which is known for its catchy pop songs and upbeat attitude, has already made a splash in the music industry, becoming one of the top Korean acts in the last five years.
They have also made headlines for their controversial behaviour, including a recent controversy involving a controversial video in which they appeared to mock and insult South Korean soldiers and police officers.
In the video, the group, who was filmed by a South Korean newspaper, made fun of a soldier and the police and also appeared to be mocking and insulting South Korean culture.
It has been criticised for some of the offensive imagery and imagery in the video.
However, the band has been praised for the way they have dealt with the backlash.
“They were able to overcome some of those negative reactions,” said the WhiteHouse spokeswoman, Sarah Hitt.
“It’s important for our leaders to show that we’re just as much of a country as they are and that we’ll stand with them.”
While the US and South Korea have not officially signed a free trade agreement, the two countries have been engaged in a series of high-level discussions over the past year.
Last month, South Korea agreed to pay the US$2.4 billion in trade penalties and to lift a moratorium on new US-Korean deals.
The WhiteHouse was quick to offer a diplomatic response, saying the US had made a number of concessions to South Korea in the past, including extending the country’s access to the North Korean border.
The US has also been pressuring South Korea to ease restrictions on the use of its soil by the North Koreans, such as the opening of a number a North Korean fishing boats.
The president, however, has said that the US would not make concessions on trade because it would cause economic and social hardship for South Korea.