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Obama Schedule || Friday, April 25, 2014

9:05 am JST || Meets and greets with Embassy personnel; Okura Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
9:30 am || Bids farewell to the Emperor and Empress of Japan; Okura Hotel
10:30 am || Departs Tokyo
12:30 pm KST || Arrives Seoul, South Korea
1:25 pm || Participates in a naturalization ceremony; National War Memorial, Seoul
1:40 pm || Participates in a wreath laying ceremony; National War Memorial
2:10 pm || Tours the Gyeongbok Palace; Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul
4:10 pm || Participates in the official arrival Ceremony with President Park of the Republic of South Korea; Blue House, Seoul
4:30 pm || Holds a bilateral meeting with President Park; Blue House
5:30 pm || Delivers brief remarks with President Park on the return of cultural artifacts; Blue House
5:50 pm || Holds a joint press conference with President Park; Blue House
7:20 pm || Participates in a working dinner with President Park; Blue House

All times are Japan or Korea Standard Time, which are each 13 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Daylight Time

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12 Responses to Obama Schedule || Friday, April 25, 2014

  1. What? No fundraising? Also, what’s with 12 different things? I’ve never seen Obama scheduled for more than 6 to 8. Is he finally trying to become presidential?

    • Trying to be “presidential”? -LMAO.
      No poor Dear Leader Obama is being forced to do all these things that REAL leaders (PM Japan, PM S.Korea) do everyday.

  2. Pretty much these countries seem to have taken a measure of the man, accommodated that to their culture, and limit him to ceremonial niceties.

  3. OT — “U.S. Fails To Object; Iran Gets Seat On UN Women’s Rights Commission”


    Way to go Samatha Power. What a bunch of hypocrites these leftists are with their fake rage war on women crap.

  4. Grace P got it right – he’s only good for ceremonial stuff; nothing serious. I wonder if he understands he’s being dissed? Or just blithely accepting the tributes of the peasants…