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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 4)

    Due leniency Humanitarian, not political considerations should be given to pardoning two jailed ex-presidents Ruling party head Lee Nak-yon made the headlines on New Year's Day by raising the need... 07:04 Jan. 04
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Jan. 1)

    All up to Moon We greet the New Year with anxiousness rather than hope. We are still in the middle of a serious battle against the coronavirus. With the economy in a slump, we can hardly predict t... 10:43 Jan. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Jan. 1)

    Time to change policy : Cabinet reshuffle is necessary, but not enough President Moon Jae-in nominated a three-term ruling party lawmaker as new justice minister in a small-scale Cabinet reshuffl... 10:42 Jan. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 1)

    Twilight of presidency : New Year begins with eyes on vaccines, new investigation body, prosecution, presidential hopefuls President Moon Jae-in is entering the twilight of his presidency in the n... 10:42 Jan. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 29)

    Another unilateral move DPK hit for adopting confirmation report A National Assembly committee has passed a confirmation report on Land, Infrastructure and Transport Minister-nominee Byeon Chang-h... 07:11 Dec. 29
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 29)

    No time to fight Hard-line labor leadership set to increase risks to pandemic-hit economy The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, the more militant of the nation's two major umbrella labor organ... 07:11 Dec. 29
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 28)

    Widening wealth gap Pandemic makes the poor poorer, the rich richer The COVID-19 pandemic has widened the income and wealth gap between the rich and the poor. According to a recent report by the Ba... 06:58 Dec. 28
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 28)

    Hollow apology Moon must normalize Justice Ministry; Democratic Party must not take reform to extremes President Moon Jae-in said through his spokesman Friday that he "respects the court's decision... 06:58 Dec. 28
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 25)

    Step toward fair society Time to beef up anti-corruption campaign A Seoul court sentenced Chung Kyung-sim, the wife of former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, to four years in prison Wednesday for commit... 10:33 Dec. 25
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 25)

    Troubled carmaker Political consideration should be excluded from deciding on fate of SsangYong Motor The application for court receivership this week by SsangYong Motor, the second of its kind in... 10:32 Dec. 25
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 24)

    Justice starts to prevail Chung Kyung-sim, wife of former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, was sentenced to four years in jail in the Seoul Central District Court on Wednesday. The judge accepted the pro... 07:30 Dec. 24
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 24)

    Ssangyong in trouble again Automaker should make self-rescue efforts Debt-ridden Ssangyong Motor has filed for court receivership as it struggles with snowballing debts amid the surging coronaviru... 07:29 Dec. 24
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 24)

    Stop passing the buck Cheong Wa Dae discloses Moon's vaccine instructions to skirt criticism Cheong Wa Dae on Tuesday disclosed 13 occasions on which President Moon Jae-in made instructions to sec... 07:29 Dec. 24
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