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· January, 2011

Stories about South Korea from January, 2011

Egypt Protests 2011 in Seoul, South Korea.

South Korea: A Photo Exhibition on Abandoned Animals of Yeonpyeong Island

North Koreans Reportedly Consume the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Infected Cattle.

South Korea's Most Retweeted Story: Newspaper Ad Against Unfair Layoff

A Korean Vessel Rescued from Somali Pirates, Worries of Retaliation Grow

Last Friday, South Korean special forces successfully rescued its 21 crew members who had been held as hostages by Somali pirates in the Arabian Sea. Prudent net users have raised...

Samsung Released An Optimistic Outlook on Korean Security

Korean Gov Enforces Its Privacy Regulations on Facebook

Korea: Twitter Launches Korean Service

‘Korean War’ in Cambodia

South Korea: During Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak, A Female Official Died of Fatigue

North Korea: Drugs Rampant, Even Among Teens

North Korean insiders and defectors have testified that drugs are widespread in North Korea. Most recent reports told that drugs are popular gifts among teens and even ordinary middle-class citizens...

South Korean Net users Brought Back a Questionable Murder Case to Police

Important Facebook Addresses in South Korea

North Korea: Public Complaints Continue to Mount

Japan: Ryuichi Sakamoto Experiments with Social Music Experiences

North Korean official twitter and website hacked

Intense cyber attacks were inflicted between South and North Korea. Sparked by one South Korean net user posting an insulting poem about the Kim family on the North Korean official...

North Korean Twitter Account Hacked by S.Koreans

Korea: Poem insulting Kim family posted on NKorean Govt Website

North Korea:Kim Jong-un's Birthday Approaches, More Analyses Came Out

North Korea: Kim Jong-il Said Mt. Baekdu Will Erupt in 2016

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