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South Korean Right's YouTube Dominance Catches North Korea's Eye
September 17, 2018
South Korean Right's YouTube Dominance Catches North Korea's Eye
Pyongyang is worried by a new trend: the rise of South Korean conservatives on YouTube.
South Korean Right's YouTube Dominance Catches North Korea's Eye
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
January 26, 2017
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
In her first-ever one-on-one interview with a South Korean journalist, Park Geun-hye dismisses corruption allegations.
South Korea's President Park: Scandal Accusations 'Colossal Lies'
The History of a Scandal: How South Korea's President Was Impeached
January 24, 2017
The History of a Scandal: How South Korea's President Was Impeached
The biggest scandal in South Korean history almost never made it to light.
The History of a Scandal: How South Korea's President Was Impeached
No More Free Lunch for South Korean Journalists
September 29, 2016
No More Free Lunch for South Korean Journalists
A strict new anti-graft act criminalizes bribes, gifts, and lunches over $30, and could impact the overall economy.
No More Free Lunch for South Korean Journalists
South Korean Media's Anti-Semitism Problem
July 17, 2015
South Korean Media's Anti-Semitism Problem
The response to a U.S. hedge fund's stance on a merger reveals a deeper problem with how Korea's media approaches race
South Korean Media's Anti-Semitism Problem
MERS Outbreak Highlights South Korea’s Information Controls
June 05, 2015
MERS Outbreak Highlights South Korea’s Information Controls
The South Korean government has tightly controlled information on the MERS outbreak, especially affected hospitals.
MERS Outbreak Highlights South Korea’s Information Controls
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