Dynasties’ Daughters and Martyrs’ Widows: Female Leaders and Gender Inequality in Asia
By Mark R. Thompson
The relatively large number of female leaders in Asia appears surprising given their general paucity globally.
Impeached President Park, Jailed for Corruption, Pardoned by Moon
By Hyung-Jin Kim
Moon's liberal government said the pardon of his conservative predecessor is meant to promote national unity.
7 Years After Sewol Ferry Disaster, Bereaved Families Still Urge Government to Reveal the Truth
By Mitch Shin
Four years into a new presidential administration that promised transparency, families say key questions still remain shrouded in mystery.
South Korea’s Supreme Court Upholds 20-Year Sentence for Former Pres. Park Geun-hye
By Mitch Shin
The 2016 Candlelight Revolution finally ended with the Supreme Court’s final sentence for Park. Now the focus turns to a potential pardon.
GSOMIA and the Shadow of ‘Lee-Myung-Park-Geun-Hye’
By Brian Kim
A tale of political revenge?
South Korea’s Supreme Court Orders New Trials for Ex-President Park and Samsung Heir
By Hyung-Jin Kim and Kim Tong-Hyung
The trials will revisit the corruption scandal that saw Park ousted from office.
South Korea’s Africa Outreach
By R. Maxwell Bone and Matthew Minsoo Kim
Tracing South Korea’s approach to the continent under 4 presidents.
South Korean Conservatives: What Now?
By Steven Denney
Can South Korea’s once-strong right recover from damaging scandals and infighting?
The South Korean Presidency Isn’t Cursed. It Just Needs to Be Reformed.
By Kyle Ferrier
Unless changes are made, Lee Myung-bak won't the the last South Korean president to go to jail for corruption.
South Korean Supreme Court Caught in Park Geun-hye Scandal
By Troy Stangarone
A chief justice is accused of influencing politically sensitive trials to impress the Park administration.
South Korea's Former PM Emerges as New Conservative Torchbearer
By Tae-jun Kang
Many conservatives are looking to Hwang Kyo-ahn to reunite a divided movement.
Social Media Manipulation of Public Opinion in Korean Elections
By Dylan Stent
KBS recently began publishing articles describing how South Korea political parties have manipulated public opinion with social media.