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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 24)

    Managing the China risk President Yoon Suk Yeol's tight diplomatic schedule has just ended. Following his summit with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in March and the summit with U.S. Presid... 07:04 May. 24
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 24)

    A diplomatic president Time to think about balanced, practical approaches Yoon Suk Yeol deserves to be called a "diplomatic president." President Yoon held three summits with Japanese Prime Mi... 07:03 May. 24
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 24)

    Widening trade deficit Korea needs more aggressive economic policies to shore up weakening exports Lawmakers from South Korea's rival parties are in a blame game over the continued decline in expo... 07:03 May. 24
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 22)

    Fukushima inspection Objective inspection of Japan's release of radioactive water needed to ensure safety A team of South Korean experts embarked on a six-day visit to Japan on Sunday for an on-si... 06:53 May. 22
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 19)

    Shame on our politicians 43 years after the uprising On Thursday, many politicians gathered in Gwangju to commemorate the 43rd year of the massive uprising for democracy. President Yoon Suk Yeol an... 07:01 May. 19
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 19)

    Opposition at crossroads DPK tainted by number of corruption charges President Yoon Suk Yeol's approval rating has hovered at around 30 percent since he took office a year ago, which is the lowest ... 07:01 May. 19
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 19)

    Uproot subsidy fraud Government inspection finds 10 NGOs pocketed subsidies of 1.74 billion won Subsidy irregularities by some nongovernmental organizations detected through inspection by the gover... 07:01 May. 19
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 18)

    Political strife, not protest anymore If demonstrations are an act to draw sympathy for their cause, the violent rally staged by the construction union under the combative Korean Confederation of ... 06:55 May. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 18

    Veto of Nursing Act Politicians, medical workers must work out a compromise President Yoon Suk Yeol refused to sign the opposition-led Nursing Act bill into law Tuesday. "The proposed law cause... 06:55 May. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 18)

    Looming medical crisis Parties and medical groups need to seek compromise to avert a medical disruption President Yoon Suk Yeol on Tuesday rejected the passing of the Nursing Act, marking his seco... 06:55 May. 18
  • #Korean history

    Today in Korean history

    May 18 1970 -- South Korea establishes diplomatic relations with Cambodia. 1980 -- The May 18 Gwangju Democratization Movement takes place. Tens of thousands of students and other citizens ... 14:00 May. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 16)

    Setting the foundation for future diplomacy President Yoon Suk Yeol will have busy diplomatic schedules this week. After meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday in Seoul f... 06:58 May. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 16)

    Power rate hikes Energy policy should be based on economics, not politics Starting today, electricity consumers will pay an additional 8 won (0.6 cents) per kilowatt-hour (kWh). That is 2,800 w... 06:58 May. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 16)

    Snowballing crypto scandal Rep. Kim Nam-kuk temporarily leaves Democratic Party to avoid probe amid mounting allegations Rep. Kim Nam-kuk of the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea said Sund... 06:58 May. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 15)

    The prosecution must get to the bottom of the case After the suspicion over Democratic Party (DP) lawmaker Kim Nam-kook's investment in cryptocurrency spread fast, DP leader Lee Jae-myung ordered ... 07:25 May. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 15)

    Alarm bells ring Low growth, widening deficits pose threats to economy The Korean economy is bracing for diverse daunting challenges. The state-run Korea Development Institute (KDI) made a gloomy ... 07:24 May. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 15)

    No quick fix Limits to Kepco's austerity steps; better to merge Kentech with similar institute Korea Electric Power Corp. recorded an operating loss of 6.2 trillion won ($4.6 billion) in the first... 07:24 May. 15
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