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· January, 2014

Stories about South Korea from January, 2014

Have Acne? South Korea Will Tax Your Treatment

Taxing your pimple outbreak? It is indeed a creative way to collect more taxes.

Samsung Withdraws Controversial University Quota Policy in South Korea

South Korea isn't notoriously nicknamed "The Republic of Samsung" for nothing.

South Korea: ‘Less is More’, Net Users Turn Sour on Typical Movie Poster

Massive Credit Card Data Theft Hits 20 Million South Koreans

In an effort to quell public anger, authorities have released tougher regulations, but people remain livid.

South Korea: I Would Rather Sell My Personal Info

Korean Seniors Prompt Boycott of McDonald's and Get McResolution

Korean elderly made headlines in New York City, as they loitered at McDonald's from early in the morning till well after dark - a not unfamiliar scene to South Koreans.

South Korea Accused of Rewriting History in High School Textbook

The South Korean government is blamed for favoring textbooks that support their political views and grant them excuses for their past flaws.

South Korea: Political Revenge on Whistleblower?

South Korean Lawmaker Proposes Bill Denying Right to Counsel for Anti-State Criminals

South Korean Authorities Discredit Dissenting Voices as ‘Not-Real’ News

One media veteran said 'once the government gets to decide what is 'news' or not, news report in that nation disappears and only propaganda are left'.

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