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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 15)

    GSOMIA and alliance Stronger ties impossible without mutual respect South Korea's senior security officials and diplomats, including Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha, are reportedly preparing to vi... 07:08 Nov. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 15)

    Shorter workweek Supplementary measures urgently needed to cushion negative impact of expanded application Time is running out on enacting measures to soften the landing of a shorter workweek for ... 07:08 Nov. 15
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 14)

    Sale of Asiana Airlines Win-win strategy needed to hone competitiveness Asiana Airlines is likely to find a new owner after a consortium led by construction firm HDC Hyundai Development Co. was cho... 07:14 Nov. 14
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 14)

    Distorted self-praise Cheong Wa Dae brags justice, peace, economy; Questionable if it sees reality normally Cheong Wa Dae admired itself looking back at the first half of President Moon Jae-in's te... 07:14 Nov. 14
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Nov. 11)

    Where unicorns don't exist Korea has made its mark on the world. K-pop has fans everywhere. K-beauty defines global trends in beauty and fashion. Korean electronics are used across the globe. B... 07:09 Nov. 11
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 11)

    New start for President Moon : Second half of presidency should be about national harmony President Moon Jae-in has just entered into the second half of his single five-year term. Presiding ove... 07:09 Nov. 11
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 11)

    Fiscal instability : Reckless spending unaccompanied by painstaking reforms could cause severe economic crisis South Korea's fiscal deficit has been rising at an alarming pace this year due to the... 07:08 Nov. 11
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Nov. 8)

    Back to growth President Moon Jae-in's economic score card is not very good as clearly seen in growth for this year expected to hover over 1 percent -- the kind of low level South Korea has only s... 07:11 Nov. 08
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 8)

    Need for new politics Politicians should regain public trust before polls The ruling and opposition parties are preparing themselves for the general election scheduled for April 15. Most of all, t... 07:10 Nov. 08
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 8)

    Unconscientious remodeling Supreme Court diverts budget without authorization to renovate official residence of chief justice The Board of Audit and Inspection announced that the National Court Ad... 07:10 Nov. 08
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 7)

    US full-court press Seoul should consider withdrawing from defense cost talks Senior U.S. officials and diplomats have arrived in South Korea amid growing challenges to the alliance. They are A... 07:06 Nov. 07
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 7)

    GSOMIA miscalculation Seoul squeezed between US, Japan over decision to end military pact with Tokyo South Korea now finds itself being squeezed between the US and Japan over its decision not to e... 07:05 Nov. 07
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 5)

    U.S. siding with Japan GSOMIA case reveals how tricky 3-way security ties are U.S. diplomats are increasingly voicing concerns about South Korea's decision to terminate the General Security of Mil... 07:00 Nov. 05
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Nov. 5)

    Foreign population Growing presence of expatriates can help sustain demographic vitality, economic growth The number of foreign nationals in South Korea has more than doubled over the past two yea... 07:00 Nov. 05
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Nov. 4)

    Boost growth potential :Export plunge raises risks of economic woes The economy is showing no signs that it will recover anytime soon as exports ― the nation's main growth engine ― have continued ... 07:01 Nov. 04
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