Sarah Palin will visit South Korea for the first time to speak at a Seoul forum in October, in a move that will fuel speculation that she could be considering joining the race for Republican nomination for the presidency. (continues)
Sarah Palin’s added another trip to her roster: She’ll head to South Korea in October to headline the World Knowledge Forum, which runs from Oct. 11 to 13.
The organizers of the annual conference of business leaders said
Thursday that the former Alaska governor is expected to discuss US
leadership in the midst of global economic turmoil. Other speakers
include former British prime minister Gordon Brown and Larry Summers,
ex-director of President Barack Obama’s National Economic Council.