The two leaders strongly demonstrated their will to strengthen 'economic cooperation' in the future, with President Biden choosing the first schedule for his visit to Samsung's semiconductor plant and President Yoon Seok-yeol accompanying him.

President Biden continues today (21st) to build an economic alliance.

We will meet with Korean business leaders and sign a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the supply chain and economic dialogue channels between the two countries.

Correspondent Han Sang-woo.

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US and South Korea hold an economic roundtable today and sign a memorandum of understanding for supply chains and dialogue channels.

It is known that only companies related to US investment and technology cooperation were invited to this event.

In the semiconductor field, Samsung and SK, and in the electric vehicle battery sector, LG, SK, and Samsung, which are increasing direct investment in the US, were named.

In the field of solar energy, Hanwha and OCI are attending.

President Biden is also having a dinner with the heads of major domestic companies and the heads of six economic organizations tonight at the National Museum of Korea.

President Biden visited Samsung Electronics' Pyeongtaek plant with President Yoon Seok-yeol yesterday.

Vice Chairman Jae-Yong Lee personally introduced the world's first 3-nanometer semiconductor process, emphasizing technological superiority.

Tomorrow, the last day of his visit to Korea, President Biden will have an exclusive meeting with Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Eui-sun.

It is said that President Biden is to express his gratitude for the establishment of an electric vehicle plant in Georgia, but it is also known that there will be discussions about future industrial models such as autonomous driving and city aviation.

It is noteworthy that President Biden's actions, which dedicated more than half of his visit to Korea to the economy, will produce results in building a cooperative system between the two countries.