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How Bad Is Racism in South Korea?

You might have heard some horror stories about racism in South Korea. And yes, depending on where you are and who you interact with it does get “that bad.”

Main Gate of Seoul National University, South Korea (Image: Public Domain)

Open Letter to the Student Who Harassed Me

Each woman belongs to herself, and strangers do not owe you English lessons, cultural consultations, or small talk. Any person you approach needs to be respected, even if they do not respond as you would wish.

Brown, Male, and Wanted in Korea

Racism in Korea is prevalent. British student of Sri Lankan origin explains why he feels Korea does not discriminate based on race but nationality.

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