유료 구독자 전용 무료 회원 공개 전체 공개
When Kislay Kumar headed out on the town on a recent Friday, he had no way of knowing that later that night he would end up being the latest chapter in South Korea’s national debate over race and inclusion. After two a.m., Kumar and a group of friends lined up for entrance at the Fountain, a bar in Seoul’s Itaewon area, which is located near a major US military base, and has long been Seoul’s hub for all things foreign. As his friends showed their IDs and strolled inside, Kumar was stopped by
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