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· June, 2006

Stories about South Korea from June, 2006

News 21 team in Korea

News 21 team, formed by a group of students from University of California with the interest of reporting US military abroad, is now visiting South Korea. GI Korea Blog helps...

We Are the Champion!

JAINE K1M puts together some fantatic photos showing how Koreans support their national soccer team in Germany 2006 FIFA World Cup. I know many Koreans have been down since yesterday...

Peace March from Seoul to Daechuri

Camp Humphreys, a U.S. Military Base in South Korea, will soon begin the expansion project to build new houses, gyms. This project will “destroy the farming communities of Daechuri, Doduri,...

South Korea: France VS Korea in World Cup

Even though the France VS South Korea Match is considered a boring one, there are still 60 plus comments in dissidentdave's match description post in the Marmot's hole. One of...

South Korea: Call for International Support in Daechuri

An annoucement was put up in Days in Daechuri (a U.S military base in S.Korea) to call for international support to protect the farmers against forced evictions. A foriegner's house...

Korea: blogging world cup

Yesterday it was the Korea first World Cup match. Andy in the Marmot's hole was doing semi-live blogging on Korea-Togo game; while Robert Koehler discussed about the joy killing comments...

North Korea: Missile test coming

“Congratulations, North Korea!” blogs Robert J. Koehler at The Marmot's Hole in response to news that North Korea will soon test-fire a missile capable of striking America. “Soon, you might...

Japan: The shape of state buildings

Kotaji blogger kotajihwa blogs on some interesting sights found using Google Earth to look down on Japanese and South Korean government buildings in ‘Archigraphy.’ via Kerim and Pinyin News.

South Korea: World Cup consciousness

NGOs in South Korea have banded together, writes Kotaji blogger Kotajihwal, to prevent World Cup fever from drawing attention away from pressing social and political issues.

Singapore: Singapore as a model for South Korea

Jodi at Asiapages wonders if Singapore could serve as a model for South Korea's aspirations to be a international business hub. “What struck me most about Singapore though was how...

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