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Magazine articles on politics and society in South Korea.
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October 27, 2003
Moon Ihlwan
Commentary: At A Standstill In Seoul Now, Roh wants a vote of confidence. That's likely to slow needed reforms mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
October 6, 2003
Moon Ihlwan
A Revolt in Seoul Could Make or Break Roh When Roh Moo Hyun was elected South Korea's President in a surprise victory last December, he vowed a sweeping overhaul of the country's graft-infested political ways. Nine months later his most ardent supporters complain that old guards in the party are blocking progress on political reform. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
September 29, 2003
Moon Ihlwan
Is Another Bubble About to Pop in Korea? Probably not. This broadband boom looks built to last. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
September 29, 2003
Cooper & Madigan
South Korea: Hope in a Brighter Export Outlook South Korea is emerging from its worst downturn since the Asian crisis in 1998, but a full recovery is still a way off. mark for My Articles 500 similar articles
August 25, 2003
Moon Ihlwan
How Korea Has Changed and How It Hasn't A death shows that the chaebol remain dangerously entangled in affairs of state mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
July 14, 2003
Moon Ihlwan
In Korea, Old Banking Habits Die Hard Since the 1997-1998 Asian Crisis, South Korea's banking industry -- the supplier of cheap credit to the country's recklessly managed chaebol -- has undergone a radical transformation. A record to be proud of. Yet, judging from recent events, it is still a record at risk. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
July 2003
Doug Bandow
Cutting the Tripwire It's time for the U.S. to get out of Korea mark for My Articles 668 similar articles
August 2002
J. C. Herz
The Bandwidth Capital of the World In Seoul, the broadband age is in full swing -- online games have become a national sport, and cybercafes are the new singles bars. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 24, 2002
Grant Wahl
A love letter to Korea From here on out, you can call me an honorary Korean-American. This is my 32nd straight day in this country, and it's still providing no end of amazements. Not just on the soccer field, either, but in everyday life. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
April 17, 2002
Mark Simmons
The Unearthliness Of The World Cup South Korea and Japan have not exactly joined forces in their planning, nor have they pooled resources in their deployment, when it comes to organizing the World Cup Finals in 2002 that they will co-host... mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
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