Former President Barack Obama met with South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in for 40 minutes at the Asian Leadership Conference in the capital city Seoul, The Daily Caller reports.
The meeting came after Obama spoke against President Donald Trump at the Fourth Congress of Indonesian Diaspora in Jakarta where he criticized his successor’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement.
The South Korean leader just recently met with President Trump at the White House prior to his meeting with Obama.
Moon, who assumed office after the country’s elections in May, attempted to engage with Pyongyang by inviting them to co-host the Winter Olympics and offering Malaria medication for infected North Koreans.
Both offers were turned down by the communist regime.
Obama’s current citizen status has made him active in political life after his term as president ended unlike his predecessor George W. Bush who has lived largely a private life since leaving office.