U.S. Consulate Nuuk Reopens With Sung Choi as First Consul in Greenland Since 1953

On June 10, 2020, the U.S. Consulate in Nuuk, Greenland reopened for the first time since 1953. Via US Embassy Copenhagen:
Sung W. Choi, Consul
U.S. Consulate, Nuuk, Greenland
Sung Choi is the State Department’s first Consul in Nuuk since 1953.  He previously served at the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen focused on Greenland-related matters and Danish domestic politics, beginning 2018.  Sung served 2014-2017 in Seoul, South Korea, as the State Department’s primary analyst of political and economic developments in North Korea and on inter-Korean relations; 2010-2012 as a China Desk Officer focused on human rights and Sino-European relations; and 2009 in Shenyang, China as a Vice Consul.  He has received the State Department’s Award for Heroism.
Sung earned an A.B. from Dartmouth College, a M.P.H. from Columbia University, and a J.D. from William & Mary School of Law.  He worked as a corporate lawyer in New York prior to joining the State Department.  Sung is married to Sarah Stephens, and they have two daughters.

 

Danish Satire Group Offers to Sell Denmark’s Fourth Largest Island in a Song

 

Since Greenland is not for sale, the Danish satire group, MAGT, sings a “Welcome Dear Mr. Trump” song offering to sell him instead the island of Lolland (the fourth largest island in Denmark located in the Baltic Sea; also known as “pancake island”), the Danish football national team, the little mermaid, and the queen.
Well, somebody better go check out Lolland!!

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U.S. Ambassador to Denmark Gets the Spotlight After Absurd Greenland Offer Failed

 

 

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With Greenland Not For Sale, Trump Scrubs Upcoming Denmark Visit

 

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