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· December, 2007

Stories about South Korea from December, 2007

South Korea: DLP Leaders to be Resigned

Korea: Three Singers and Military Service

How much can military service change your life? There were three singers in Korea. The first singer, Yoo Seung Joon, who grew up in the U.S., but still kept the...

Korea: Why the Internet didn't Influence the Presidential Election This Time

The presidential election of the Republic of Korea was held on the 19th of December. While the election ended in the predicted result to many, it shocked others. In particular,...

South Korea: Thoughts on Lee Myung-bak

South Korea: The Bulldozer Triumphant

South Korea: Sexual Minorities Neglected

South Korea: A Black Day for Progressive?

Korea: Election Day

I am writing this post in the middle of election day (2 hours left) in Korea. Not surprisingly, until now, the turnout of voters is recorded as the lowest in...

Korea: Drama and Politics

With time running out before Wednesday’s presidential election, the event has turned more dramatic. Following a chaotic and physical fight between members of the Grand National Party and the United...

South Korea: Corruption Scandal at the Eve of Election

South Korea: Civil Organization to Expel All Illegal Aliens

Korea: Upcoming Election

Only a few days remain until the presidential election in Korea. While one candidate is much more popular than other candidates according to statistics from major media, a TV panel...

Korea: When You Can't Sleep…

What is your tactic when you have difficulty falling asleep? Check these methods that Korean netizens recommend and see whether you agree or not. If you do, you may end...

South Korea: City Redevelopment Plan

South Korea: Unionists Deported

South Korea: Economy Over Human Rights?

South Korea: Student Suicide

South Korea: Migrant Worker Trade Union Demonstration

South Korea and Hong Kong: Worst Oil Spill

Korea: Entertainers and Politicians

Every time before the presidential elections, politicians make use of any means to get more attention from voters, and entertainers are among the most useful means. And the number of...

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