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Lee Yoo Eun · October, 2011

TV producer/ multimedia journalist, currently based in Seoul

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Latest posts by Lee Yoo Eun from October, 2011

South Korea: Warning to Twitter Influencers Fails to Discourage Voters

South Korean capital, Seoul, elected a new mayor on October 26. The mayoral race was a fierce battle between an elitist female candidate from the ruling party and an outsider...

Photos: Flash Mob Encouraging Youth to Vote, South Korea

South Korean citizen media Wiki Tree posted [ko] a video and photos of flash mob encouraging South Korean young voters to participate in the coming election on October 26, 2011.

North Korea: Lessons Kim Needs to Learn from Libya

Blogger Grant Montgomery left a commentary on Gaddafi's fall, correlating it with the future of North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-il.

Photos: North Korean Theme Park

The Visual News site introduced photos of North Korean theme park. Its recreational facilities are heavily rusted and the place is nearly deserted.

North Koreans in Mongolia Working Under Miserable Conditions

North Korean Economy Watch blog posted about North Koreans working under miserable conditions in Mongolia. Hundred of North Koreans were placed across Mongolia to help the country to meet its...

South Korea: Photos from Occupy Wall Street Protest in Seoul

The Occupy Wall Street movement has landed in the South Korean capital, Seoul. Despite heavy rain, lightening and thunder, and a sudden drop in temperature, about 300 people came together...

South Korea: Occupy Wall Street Planned in Seoul

Young people and activists will occupy the streets of Seoul on October 15 to protest financial inequality. Joining the “Occupy Wall Street” movement from the United States, South Korean citizen...

Is North Korean Media No Longer Sealed Off?

Martyn Williams from North Korea Tech blog commented on Reporters Without Borders’ recent report on the North Korean media landscape. The report claims that the hermit kingdom is no longer as...

South Korea: Movie Prompts Outrage Over Disabled Child Sex Crimes

In South Korea, the movie 'Crucible' has brought a long-forgotten rape case of disabled kids by school officials to life. The movie has been a major hit for several consecutive...

Five Things You Should Not Do in Korea

Eat Your Kimchi blog's recent post on five cultural mishaps foreigners often make in Asian countries has scored a major hit online. The list includes walking into a place with...

Analysis on Russia-North Korea trade

North Korea specialist Andrei Lankov posted an analysis on North Korea's recent talk with Russia on economic cooperation. In the East Asia Forum site, Lankov explained why the two most...

North Korea: Kim Jong-il's Grandson and His Footprint in Social Media

Kim Han-sol, a teenager believed to be the grandson of Kim Jong-il has blocked access to his social media accounts after media made numerous reports on his admission into a...

South Korea: Church's Embezzlement Case Draws Harsh Criticism

In South Korea, an embezzlement case involving the country's largest church has fuelled public debate online. Citizens have even suggested lifting the tax exemption granted to Korean churches.

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