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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 16)

    Investigation is not over Confrontation over former Justice Minister Cho Kuk between the ruling Democratic Party (DP) and opposition parties continued in the National Assembly's regular audit of t... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 16)

    Weird match North Korea should follow international norms for sports South Koreans -- and people around the world -- could not watch the Asian qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup between ... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 16)

    Cho Kuk's resignation Prosecutorial reform to be vetted by thorough probe into disgraced minister's family The Cabinet approved measures aimed at reforming the prosecution at a meeting presided ov... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 15)

    Letting divisions heal Controversial Justice Minister Cho Kuk stepped down on Monday, 35 days after his appointment and a day before the National Assembly's regular audit of the ministry. In a sw... 07:02 Oct. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 15)

    Lesson from Cho Kuk case The brouhaha over new Justice Minister Cho Kuk appears to end as he announced his resignation Monday. The announcement came 35 days after President Moon Jae-in named Cho... 07:02 Oct. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 15)

    Take stock The Nuclear Safety and Security Commission discussed closing Unit 1 of the Wolsong nuclear power plant permanently in its meeting Friday, but failed to reach a conclusion. It is un... 07:01 Oct. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 14)

    Lee is the last hope Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon will represent Seoul at the Oct. 22 Japanese emperor enthronement ceremony. He will be visiting the neighboring country for three days to congratula... 07:12 Oct. 14
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 14)

    No more playing chickenalances Seoul, Tokyo should not miss opportunity to mend fences South Korean and Japanese negotiators met in Geneva, Friday, to find a solution to the dispute over Seoul's c... 07:12 Oct. 14
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 14)

    Pro-business turn Moon's corporate friendly gestures should be accompanied by concrete measures President Moon Jae-in has recently tried to craft a pro-business approach. Earlier this month, he me... 07:12 Oct. 14
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 9)

    Heads in the wind Justice Minister Cho Kuk announced plans to reform the prosecution a month after he assumed his weighty position. But he did not apologize for the mushrooming scandal involving h... 08:56 Oct. 09
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 9)

    Reform blueprint Independence of prosecution key to success Justice Minister Cho Kuk announced a blueprint for prosecution reform Tuesday, one month after taking the helm of the Ministry of Justic... 08:56 Oct. 09
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 9)

    Crumbling exports Korea logs sharpest drop in exports among competitors; Pro-business steps needed South Korea logged the sharpest drop in exports among the world's 10 largest economies in terms o... 08:56 Oct. 09
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