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Raphael Rashid
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Growth of South Korea's Pet Industry Equals More Animal Suffering

Outside the many pet shops in Chungmuro, Seoul, bouncer-like staff stand eyeballing passersby, sometimes preventing them from taking photos. Their presence indicates that they are aware of the questionable wellbeing of the animals on display. Some of the small dogs are seen spinning in circles, while others yap frantically. Many

Raphael Rashid
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Online Shopping Delights Korean Consumers, but e-Commerce Giants Suffer

Picture this: it’s 11:59 p.m. You order a rice cooker online, go to sleep, and wake up the next day to the sound of the doorbell buzzing. Your new gadget is being delivered to your apartment door, but you are too lazy to answer, so the delivery

Seohoi Stephanie Park
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Workload From Hell: S Korea Post Office's Election Blues

In exactly a week, South Korea will hold its 19th presidential election. It’s a busy time for the post office: The National Election Commission has been mailing out over 20 million promotional packages about the presidential candidates. To voters, these packages are an informative and even a fun way