Mark Zuckerberg is in South Korea. He flew in yesterday and met with Samsung's head of mobile, as well as its co-CEO. Then he met with South Korea's president.
Facebook is looking to partner with Samsung on the manufacturing front. Mark Zuckerberg reportedly asked if Samsung would consider building Facebook an Android phone using its Home software, but was turned down.
Here are some pictures of Zuckerberg's meetings abroad.
Zuckerberg arrived in South Korea on Monday, June 18. Here he is at the airport.
Mark Zuckerberg ICN airport, Korea pic.twitter.com/OUfT7NSVF2— BJCee (@BJCee) June 17, 2013
He zipped over to Seoul for a meeting with the president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye.
The pair met at the presidential house.
There, they talked about the creative economy.
Then Zuckerberg headed to Samsung's headquarters with vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Jay Y. Lee.
Here is Zuckerberg with Samsung's co-CEO, Shin Jong-kyun.
Here's another photo of Shin Jong-kyun seeing Zuckerberg out.
And one more.
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