This is an interesting article.
This is an editorial.
Recently a friend posted on Facebook, a denunciation of Korea’s bureaucracy in honor of those who died in the Sewol ferry disaster. It’s true what he said of the rapid growth of Korea’s economy and it’s remarkable rise to success in the world of International finance. What’s also true is that people in Korea generally come together in times like this and in the aftermath of laying blame and politicizing, we sometimes forget about the actual victims and their family. Having just watched a documentary about the parents who have lost their children to the travesty in terms of the handling of safety and procedures, it was a such a sad sight I had to walk away from the television and give my daughter an unexpected long and nearly suffocating hug.
My question is that with so many Koreans fed up with Korea and wanting to…
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