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Nameless and Faceless

Anonymous reporting is common in South Korean journalism. "Gwangyeja" is a shady figure often used to cite the nameless. Here's our critique of this custom.

Be KÉ:connected!

  In a city so big, with so many people, it’s ironic that meeting others and having interesting conversations are…

Ethics Be Damned: South Korean Journalism Fails

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.

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