B.O.B. blog: Hankook knows how to say thanks
Did you know that no peace treaty was signed following the end of the Korean War? That means it technically remains an on ongoing conflict.
The reality is the Korean War ended in 1953, and North and South Korea have stayed on either side of the 38th parallel ever since. But it should never be forgotten millions of people died in the war, including many in the United States Armed Forces.
Hankook Vice Chairman and CEO Seung Hwa Suh has never forgotten. His appreciation for what U.S. veterans did for his country during the war was made clear at the recent groundbreaking for Hankook's new plant in Clarksville, Tenn.
To find out why Suh's words were so appropriate, check out the latest blog from Modern Tire Dealer Editor Bob Ulrich, "Hankook makes sure America's efforts during the Korean War are not forgotten."
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