Stories about South Korea from February, 2010
Ronda Hauben from Ohmynews international wrote a review on Ohmynews! at its 10th anniversary. And here you can watch the organization's birthday party.
CINA published the details of a police's crackdown action against Nepalese migrants when they are having a dinner meeting at a restaurant in Dongdaemun during the Lunar New Year.
CINA collects local news report on the gentrification pressure in Seoul city on Little Manila, the marketplace for domestic migrants.
Robert Neff from The Marmot's Hole blogs about Korea's role in the logging of Siberian timber, in particular how North Korean are working as slave loggers in Russia.
The Metropolitician writes about the increase in crime and conflict related with hot temper in South Korea.
Ask a Korean! translated a story written by Joo Seong-Ha about Lunar New Year in North Korea.
Ask a Korean! explains the South Korea policy on dual citizenship.