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Editorials from Korean Dailies
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Jan. 7)

    Hope for new politics Politicians should regain public's trust before polls With about three months to go before the upcoming April general election, calls are growing for political reform. The ha... 07:04 Jan. 07
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 7)

    Act responsibly, KCTU Militant labor group demands more seats on ministry panel; egotism and violence must end The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, which pursues obviously leftist ideologies ... 07:03 Jan. 07
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Jan. 6)

    Crisis in Iran Seoul should seek ways to protect own interests The specter of war is looming larger in Iran after a U.S. airstrike using an attack drone, reportedly ordered by President Donald Tru... 07:01 Jan. 06
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 6)

    Rosy vision Substantial pro-corporate steps needed to boost exports amid external uncertainties On Friday, President Moon Jae-in chose the country's largest vehicle export port as the venue for hi... 07:00 Jan. 06
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Jan. 3)

    Shaking the prosecution Former Justice Minister Cho Kuk was indicted on 11 counts including fabricating internship certificate and college application documents of offspring, falsely reporting pers... 07:01 Jan. 03
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Jan. 3)

    Rise of rental deposits : New anti-speculation measures produce ill effects The housing market is showing no signs of stability. It is ironic that rental deposits called "jeonse" (aka key money) a... 07:01 Jan. 03
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 3)

    Beef up deterrence : Pyongyang threatens 'shocking' action; Seoul must shelve fruitless appeasement policy North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's remarks at the Workers' Party meeting late last year re... 07:00 Jan. 03
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Jan. 1)

    Start over again Time to end conflicts, seek national unity Last year was a tough year not just for politicians and policymakers, but also for the people. As the New Year dawned, it is time to star... 09:42 Jan. 01
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Jan. 1)

    Keep up probe Charges against Cho seen as justified; Source of 'external pressure' must be identified Shortly after the court rejected the prosecution's request for an arrest warrant for former Jus... 09:42 Jan. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 31)

    Pardon our skepticism President Moon Jae-in's pardons of a number of convicts friendly to the government are surprising as it could restore their rights as citizens — like running in elections — a... 07:19 Dec. 31
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 31)

    Controversial pardons : Abuse of power has reached serious level The Ministry of Justice announced a plan, Monday, to grant special pardons to 5,174 people, including some convicted political fig... 07:19 Dec. 31
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 31)

    Influx of tourists : A booming tourism industry could help shore up Korea's sluggish economy On Thursday last week, a ceremony was held at Incheon International Airport to welcome the 17.25 millio... 07:19 Dec. 31
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 30)

    Scrap this bill The ruling Democratic Party (DP) is poised to pass a highly controversial bill aimed at establishing an extra law enforcement agency focusing on investigating high-level government... 07:10 Dec. 30
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 30)

    Setback to electoral reform New election rules unlikely to change politics drastically The ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) and four minor parties passed an election reform bill at the Natio... 07:08 Dec. 30
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 30)

    Keep up probe Charges against Cho seen as justified; Source of 'external pressure' must be identified Shortly after the court rejected the prosecution's request for an arrest warrant for former Ju... 07:08 Dec. 30
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 28)

    Justice will prevail The prosecutorial probe on former Justice Minister Cho Kuk is expected to lose some of its steam after the request for an arrest warrant was denied. The court rejection of the... 09:29 Dec. 28
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