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How Much Are South Koreans Willing to Pay Toward the US Alliance?
April 16, 2022

How Much Are South Koreans Willing to Pay Toward the US Alliance?

By Timothy S. Rich, Maggie Fields, Kierigan McEvoy, and Joe Black
South Koreans are generally supportive toward hosting U.S. troops, but their preferred cost-sharing levels are below what Seoul already pays.

Do South Koreans Support a Peace Treaty With the North?
April 06, 2022

Do South Koreans Support a Peace Treaty With the North?

By Timothy S. Rich
A recent survey finds a majority of Koreans approve of the idea -- even among supporters of President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol.
Afghanistan Crisis Reignites South Korea’s Refugee Debate
October 02, 2021

Afghanistan Crisis Reignites South Korea’s Refugee Debate

By Seoho Lee and Natalia Slavney
As South Korea admits Afghans as “special contributors,” the country remains divided over refugees.

South Korea’s Weakening Consensus on Unification
October 01, 2021

South Korea’s Weakening Consensus on Unification

By Dylan Stent
Support for unification has been weakening for a while. Will changing attitudes be reflected in the next presidential administration?

Anti-China Sentiment and South Korea’s Presidential Race
September 21, 2021

Anti-China Sentiment and South Korea’s Presidential Race

By Thomas Chan and Seong Hyeon Choi
How will souring perceptions of China affect South Korea’s next election and its future foreign policy?

South Korea Shows Bipartisan Support for US Anti-Racism Protests
June 11, 2020

South Korea Shows Bipartisan Support for US Anti-Racism Protests

By Kyle Ferrier
Major newspapers from across South Korea's political divide have found common ground on the U.S. demonstrations after George Floyd's murder.

Public Anger Swells in South Korea Over Coronavirus Outbreak
February 28, 2020

Public Anger Swells in South Korea Over Coronavirus Outbreak

By Tae-jun Kang
South Koreans are growing increasingly irate toward President Moon’s handling of the epidemic.
South Korean Conservatives: What Now?
March 01, 2019

South Korean Conservatives: What Now?

By Steven Denney
Can South Korea’s once-strong right recover from damaging scandals and infighting?

Can South Korea’s 2 Main Parties Learn From Each Other? 
February 25, 2019

Can South Korea’s 2 Main Parties Learn From Each Other? 

By Tae-jun Kang
The Liberty Korea Party and Democratic Party have adopted opposite approaches to public scandals, both with mixed results.

Is South Korea Ready to Say Goodbye to Its National Security Law?
December 21, 2018

Is South Korea Ready to Say Goodbye to Its National Security Law?

By Tae-jun Kang
Amid the inter-Korean thaw, it's time to revisit the 70-year-old law against praising North Korea.

In Trump and Kim Jong Un We Trust?
July 16, 2018

In Trump and Kim Jong Un We Trust?

By Clint Work
Recent polling data reveals South Koreans are looking more favorably on both the U.S. and North Korean leaders.
The Inter-Korean Thaw Is Changing How Young South Koreans See the North
June 02, 2018

The Inter-Korean Thaw Is Changing How Young South Koreans See the North

By Hyewon Kim and Minhee Jo
After the Panmunjom Summit, South Korean youths have more positive views of Kim Jong-un, North Korea, and the peninsula’s future.

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