While the specter of North Korea waging a nuclear war has caused anxiety levels to rise in much of the world, foreign lawyers living and working in South Korea are less preoccupied with the possibility that North Korea will launch nuclear missiles targeting South Korea and its allies.

“A lot of us in Korea are more able to absorb the noise in the escalating rhetoric; we’ve seen that before,” said John Kim, a U.S. lawyer and partner at Korean law firm Lee & Ko.

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