South Korea Sets Sights On Exports With KF-21 Rollout

President Moon Jae-in
President Moon Jae-in stood in front of the prototype KF-21 on April 9, 20 years after his predecessor Kim Dae-jung declared the country would develop an indigenous fighter. It will be another five years before the KF-21 reaches the front line, however.
Credit: Korea Aerospace Industries
With the unveiling of the country’s first indigenous fighter, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the country is on course to become one of the seven top aerospace global powers by the end of the decade. Aerospace could become a “future growth engine” for the South Korean economy, Moon said...

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