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· June, 2012

Stories about South Korea from June, 2012

Korean ‘Comfort Women’ Photo Exhibit Sabotaged in Japan

A South Korean photographer explains his ordeal in holding an exhibition in Japan that documents aging 'Comfort Women', the term used for Koreans drafted as sex slaves by the Japanese...

North Korea: Drawings Of Concentration Camps

South Korea: Broadcasters’ Battle for Fair Journalism Continues

In South Korea, an indefinite strike by broadcasters has continued for almost five months in the nation's largest TV network, MBC. Journalists and producers are urging the company president to...

Debate Over South Korea Forcing Blizzard to Give Diablo III Refunds

South Korea: Taxi Drivers’ Mass Strike

South Korea: Former Dictator's Cadet Review Sparks Public Anger

In South Korea, a former president notorious for directing a massacre and oppressing democratic activists during his term (1980-88), has been criticized for participating in a cadet review at the...

South Korea: Fight Continues over Jeju Naval Base Construction

North Korea Seems to be Testing Digital Radio Broadcasting

South Korea: Birth Control Regulation Changes Provoke Debate

The Korean Food and Drug Administration has announced that emergency contraceptives, known as morning-after pills, will become available over the counter. However, non-emergency oral contraceptives have become a prescription drug....

Photos of Colossal Churches in South Korea

South Korea: Broadcasters Strike's Leadership

South Korea: Court Upholds Military Ban on “Subversive” Books

A South Korean court has upheld a Ministry of Defense ban in the army on 23 books labeled as "subversive", fueling public worries for the protection of free speech.

South Korea: Petitions Signed to Remove a Network TV President

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