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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 18)

    Speaker's neutrality is now under threat The National Assembly speaker in theory has been non-partisan for 20 years in South Korea for the sake of fairness and neutrality. Then Speaker Lee Man-sup... 07:08 May. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 18)

    Honor May 18 spirit Mass memorial should help promote national unity Wednesday will mark the 42nd anniversary of the May 18, 1980, pro-democracy movement in Gwangju. This year's memorial ceremony ... 07:04 May. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 18)

    Surging Kepco losses Unavoidable to raise electric fees; those who land firm in chronic deficit should be held liable Korea Electric Power Corp. (Kepco), a state-run firm with a monopoly on power ... 07:03 May. 18
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    Today in Korean history

    May 18 1970 -- South Korea establishes diplomatic relations with Cambodia. 1980 -- Tens of thousands of students and other citizens stage demonstrations in the southwestern city of Gwangju ca... 14:00 May. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 17)

    Cooperation is a two-way street President Yoon Suk-yeol on Monday addressed the National Assembly for the first time since his inauguration last Tuesday to plead for speedy approval of a supplemen... 06:51 May. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 17)

    Joining US-led initiative IPEF membership should not sour Korea-China ties President Yoon Suk-yeol said Monday he will discuss the issue of the U.S.-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) init... 06:51 May. 17
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 16)

    Accept COVID-19 aid offer North cannot tackle health crisis by going it alone North Korea appears to be facing a more serious COVID-19 situation than previously thought. On Sunday, it reported 15 ... 07:13 May. 16
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 16)

    Unending sex scandals Democratic Party to expel influential lawmaker for sex crime against aide A sex scandal hit the Democratic Party of Korea again. The party decided Thursday to expel Rep. Park... 07:13 May. 16
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 12)

    Move toward bipartisanship Rival parties should work for national unity The majority Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) has turned into an opposition party since President Yoon Suk-yeol took office T... 07:04 May. 12
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 12)

    End of an era Cheong Wa Dae opens to public, going into history as site secluded from people Cheong Wa Dae opened to the public shortly after President Yoon Suk-yeol's inauguration ceremony Tuesda... 07:04 May. 12
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 11)

    Rebuilding our nation : New President advocates liberal democracy President Yoon Suk-yeol has promised to rebuild South Korea into a country that fulfills its responsibility as a trusted member of... 07:11 May. 11
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 11)

    A tough path : President Yoon Suk-yeol takes office amid concerns about piles of challenges ahead President Yoon Suk-yeol took office Tuesday, vowing to push for liberal democracy and revive the m... 07:11 May. 11
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on May 10)

    Toward unity and harmony The Yoon Seok-yeol administration is in charge after the inauguration in the morning. After weathering all the calamities of the 1950-53 Korean War and a tumultuous journe... 07:06 May. 10
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on May 10)

    Learn from failures : New president should restore democracy President Moon Jae-in spent his last day at Cheong Wa Dae on Monday, serving out his single five-year term. His retirement meant an end... 07:06 May. 10
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