President Trump is doing so well as president of the United States that Americans aren’t his only fans!
Citizens of South Korea are taking to the streets to rally and welcome Trump to their city, which he will be visiting June 29-30.
It seems Trump has gained quite a following of international supporters!
Take a look at this video of the South Korean Trump rallies tweeted out by The Hill:
Here's some more pictures of the South Korean Trump rallies from Twitter:
This Twitter user made a great point regarding the fact that Trump has a South Korean following at all:
Korea Times has some background on why the rallies are being held:
Rallies welcoming and opposing U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to South Korea will take place in central Seoul over the weekend.
Police are on high alert over possible violence during the protests, strengthening security in the capital.
On the first day of Trump's visit Saturday, the Korea Alliance for Progressive Movement will demonstrate against the president at Seoul Square, starting at 5 p.m. Two other progressive groups will gather at Gwanghwamun Square to oppose the American president's policies.
At the same time, a conservative group supporting impeached former President Park Geun-hye will hold a rally welcoming Trump in front of Seoul Station at 1 p.m. Several other conservative groups also plan to hold rallies in central Seoul.
On Sunday, progressive groups including the Solidarity for Peace and Reunification of Korea and the Minjung Party will protest against Trump's visit, while conservative groups such as the Korean Veterans Association will welcome the American president.
Pro- and anti-Trump rallies were held on Friday before his arrival.
The Green Party Korea demanded Trump take action against the climate crisis, while a civic association for migrant workers' rights criticized Trump for his "racist policy on migrants." But a conservative group said the U.S. had helped South Korea keep democracy, waving U.S. national flags.