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Magazine articles on politics and society in South Korea.
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January 2009
Mike Riggs
Blind Rage Angry Korean masseuses -- massage therapy is the only occupation in South Korea where you must be blind to obtain a state license. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
December 22, 2008
Rachel Swaby
Cool Your Jets: South Korea's Airplane-Punishing Test Facility South Korea's Agency for Defense Development has built two 14,500-square-foot hangars that can subject planes to myriad atmospheric situations. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Finance & Development
June 2007
Un-Chan Chung
Korea: In Search of a New Compact Although it will take a long process of trial and error to build a well-balanced economy supported by an overarching set of accepted economic and social norms, Korea's political leadership can do a lot to improve things in the meantime. mark for My Articles 398 similar articles
PC Magazine
May 3, 2006
Sebastian Rupley
Shades Of Star Wars South Korea intends to integrate robots into both national security efforts and many parts of people's lives, according to several reports. mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
March 20, 2006
Moon Ihlwan
Hands Across The DMZ North Korea is home to a huge, cheap, and underemployed workforce. South Korea needs a low-wage manufacturing base to compete with China. The result is outsourced work for South Korean capitalists. mark for My Articles 343 similar articles
February 9, 2006
David Needle
Intel's Seoul Office Raided The Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) made an unscheduled visit to Intel's offices in Seoul, South Korea, as part of its investigation into possible violations of that country's Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act. mark for My Articles 927 similar articles
October 2005
Katie Donnelly
A Denuclearized Korean Peninsula South Korea is not alone in having a different perspective than the United States about North Korea. Even though the other countries involved in the Six Party Talks have vested interests in a denuclearized Korean peninsula, each sees the problem of North Korea in a different light with different solutions. mark for My Articles 574 similar articles
July 25, 2005
Seoul Gives The North A Power Boost South Korea, in an effort to defuse the nuclear crisis with the north, has offered Pyongyang a vast supply of badly needed electricity. mark for My Articles 492 similar articles
July 18, 2005
Moon Ihlwan
Stem Cell Sleuth Seoul is funding Hwang Woo Suk in a bid to turn Korea into a global research hub for stem cell research. mark for My Articles 231 similar articles
February 7, 2005
A Chilly Reception For Guest Workers in South Korea Will Korea relax limits on the foreign labor it so desperately needs? mark for My Articles 290 similar articles
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