From Yonhap News Service:
Under the program named “Ask President Obama,” Internet users can submit questions to the U.S. president through the U.S. embassy’s accounts on Twitter, Facebook and me2day, one of the major microblogging and social networking services in South Korea.
“You can ask President Obama any question, and if selected, he will answer it personally,” the U.S. embassy said in a statement. “Because of the special relationship between the U.S. and Korea, he wants to hear from you
Those who submit the 10 most interesting questions will receive a signed copy of Obama’s book “The Audacity of Hope,” and the top three will receive a personal answer from Obama during his stay in Seoul, she said.
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