Washington, DC - FBI Director Christopher Wray traveled this past week to South Korea and Japan to meet with several of the FBI’s key international partners regarding several areas of mutual interest.

During the trip, Director Wray met with FBI and U.S. Embassy personnel as well as national security and law enforcement leaders in each country. He also had the privilege of visiting several significant sites, including the Demilitarized Zone and the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Throughout his meetings with South Korean and Japanese partners, Director Wray expressed the gratitude of the FBI and our U.S. partners in law enforcement and the intelligence community and reaffirmed the FBI’s commitment to continued support and collaboration in our joint efforts to combat global crime and international terrorism.