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· July, 2011

Stories about South Korea from July, 2011

South Korea: Controversies on the Return of Korean Royal Books

Koreans celebrated in May 2011 the return of a collection of Korean Royal books, looted by French troops in 1866. As it was later found out that the return was...

South Korea: 35 Million Users’ Information Leaked in Cyber Attack

South Korea: 41 Dead in Torrential Flooding and Landslides

Torrential rain has battered South Korea for several consecutive days, causing landslides, flooding and power cuts. At least 41 people have been killed and 12 people are still missing. Throughout...

South Korea: Tweet Photos of Downpour

Inside the Mind of the Norwegian Terrorist

South Korea: Women-Only Subway Car Meets Strong Opposition

As the subway sexual harassment is on the rise, especially during rush hours and late nights, Seoul city government has decided to launch women-only subway compartment to cut down the...

South Korean Twitterers Mobilized As East Sea(Sea of Japan) Conflict Intensifies

North Korean Defectors Living in South Korea

South Korea: Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple Draws About 20 Thousands

South Korea Aims to Regulate Bloggers Getting Paid by Companies

North Korea Wants to Share 2018 Olympics with South Korea

South Korea: Skin Problems Occurred by Tear Gas Solution

South Korea: Marine's Shooting Spree Reveals Collective Bullying Tradition

In South Korea on June 4, 2011, a marine opened fire at several of his fellow soldiers, killing four and injuring two. As the days have passed, accusations have begun...

North Korea Behind Cyber Attacks, Computer Security Firm Said

South Korea:Hanjin Labor Workers’ Struggle Intensifies

Social Media T-shirt in South Korea

Texting in North Korea

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