A judge declined to approve the arrest warrant for Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong. The reactions from within South Korea is mixed to say the least.
I get visibly tense when I see my name in South Korean media or a local reporter contacts me. Ethics is in short supply in South Korea’s journalism business. I do not wish to be part of this game.
Corruption at heart of Presidential scandal In a rare scene, lawmakers questioned the CEOs of nine major conglomerates on live…
It looks like President Park Geun-hye has no friends left. But a group of die-hard fans, known as the I Love Park Geun-hye Club or "Parksamo," still continue to cheer her as her father's one true heir.
Watching the archival video of Park Geun-hye and Choi Tae-min, I was struck by how familiar the whole scene seemed. Such fervent religiosity is an integral part of the fabric of contemporary South Korea.
State-authored textbooks might not be approved; President Park could face impeachment this week; the emerging culture of rallies and more in Weekly Brief.
Water cannon trucks brought out to protests; a proposed partner registration act; President Park dares the National Assembly to impeach her; and more.
One million march against President Park; whistle-blowers face retribution; Seoul plans to improve air quality; and more in the Weekly Brief.