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Section: General News - The chief of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is set to make an unannounced visit to South Korea this weekend to exchange information on a father-to-son power transfer in North Korea, a government source said Thursday.
CIA Director Leon Panetta is scheduled to arrive in Seoul around Saturday and meet President Lee Myung-bak and other key security officials here, including National Intelligence Service Director Won Sei-hoon and Defense Minister Kim Tae-young, according to the source.
"The visit by Director Panetta had been previously set, but it comes right after the third son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il was given the No. 2 …