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· February, 2011

Stories about South Korea from February, 2011

South Korea:Protest Against Foreign Finance's Encroachment

South Korea: Photos of Protest in Seoul

South Korea: Libyan Protest in Seoul

South Korea: Taxi Drivers Protesting Against High Gasoline Price

South Korea: Amnesty International Condemns Korean Government's Censorship.

South Korea: Botched Spying Attempt Embarrasses Citizens

South Korea’s intelligence agency has made the headlines after its agents allegedly broke into an Indonesian delegation’s hotel room last week in Seoul, in an attempt to steal classified information...

North Korea: Kim Jung-un Holding a Pair of Binoculars Upside down

Youtube Video Mocking Kim Jong-il's Commemorative Stamp

South Korea: Dead livestock draws a flocks of vultures

North and South Korea Mark Kim Jong-il's 69th Birthday

Whilst North Korea celebrates its leader, Kim Jong-il's 69th birthday today, South Korean human rights activists sent a rather unconventional birthday gift to Kim: gigantic balloons carrying leaflets lambasting the...

South Korea: Blood exuding from the ground where culled animals are buried.

Korean Tweeters Created A New Word, ‘Mubaraktic’, to Describe Someone Who Can't Take a Hint.

South Korea: A Protest Against Mubarak Held in Seoul

South Korea: Backlash After '30 Minute’ Pizza Delivery Death

A popular Domino's Pizza marketing strategy promising pizza delivery within 30 minutes of an order has met with a public backlash in South Korea, following the deaths of several young...

S.Korean net users mourn over the death of a struggling movie writer

South Korea: Protests Against 30 Minutes Pizza Delivery System

North Korea: Another Sign of Small Revolt? Burning Picture of Kim Family

‘You're next, Kim Jong-il!’ Korean Peninsula Watches Egypt

News of the Egyptian revolt has reached the Korean peninsula, and speculations are rising in South Korea about whether it could spark mass protests in North Korea. South Koreans overthrew...

An Egyptian Activist's Letter Reached to S.Koreans

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