유료 구독자 전용 무료 회원 공개 전체 공개
Just before the National Assembly was set to vote, a middle-aged man stood at the podium, eyes closed in an apparent meditative state, his navy blue suit covered in fine off-white dust. The man was leftist lawmaker Kim Seon-dong, and a few moments earlier he had set off a tear gas canister in South Korea’s National Assembly, releasing eye-watering fumes in a last-ditch effort to prevent the ratification of a bilateral free trade agreement with the U.S. The theatrics illustrated the contenti
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