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  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 23)

    Short of concrete plans : Time to put words into action for fair society The focus of President Moon Jae-in's budget speech at the National Assembly, Tuesday, can be summed up in two words: fairne... 07:19 Oct. 23
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 23)

    A second prosecution : Ruling party to prioritize bill to form agency to probe senior officials, but concerns remain The prosecution on Monday sought an arrest warrant for Chung Kyung-sim, wife of... 07:19 Oct. 23
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 22)

    Unfortunate incident US envoy residence break-in gives mixed feelings Seven college students belonging to an ultra-left student group have been detained for breaking into the grounds of the reside... 06:57 Oct. 22
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 22)

    Messenger's role PM Lee's visit to Tokyo should set the stage for South Korea-Japan summit The momentum for easing the strained ties between South Korea and Japan is building ahead of Prime Minist... 06:57 Oct. 22
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 18)

    Yoon's time in the spotlight Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl made a kind of public debut at the National Assembly's audit of the prosecution on Thursday. Asked by an opposition lawmaker if he wil... 07:09 Oct. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 18)

    Disputed reform bills Political compromise needed before Assembly voting Major political parties have begun their discussions on how to handle a set of controversial reform bills that were fast-tra... 07:08 Oct. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 18)

    Insufficient tool Interest rate cut inevitable, but not enough to bolster the slumping economy In line with market expectations, the Bank of Korea on Wednesday cut its policy rate by a quarter perc... 07:08 Oct. 18
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 17)

    Indecent haste Seoul National University (SNU) on Monday swiftly accepted former Justice Minister Cho Kuk's request to return to the prestigious Law School, where he was teaching criminal law befo... 07:09 Oct. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 17)

    Rate cut not sufficient Mobilize all possible means for economic recovery Cutting interest rates is a necessary but insufficient step to turn around the slumping economy. This is why the Moon Jae-... 07:09 Oct. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 17)

    Sterile business climate 80 pct of companies say won't come back to Korea; Business-friendly reshoring steps needed According to a recent survey by the Export-Import Bank of Korea, 78.9 percent of... 07:09 Oct. 17
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 16)

    Investigation is not over Confrontation over former Justice Minister Cho Kuk between the ruling Democratic Party (DP) and opposition parties continued in the National Assembly's regular audit of t... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 16)

    Weird match North Korea should follow international norms for sports South Koreans -- and people around the world -- could not watch the Asian qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup between ... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Oct. 16)

    Cho Kuk's resignation Prosecutorial reform to be vetted by thorough probe into disgraced minister's family The Cabinet approved measures aimed at reforming the prosecution at a meeting presided ov... 07:02 Oct. 16
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Oct. 15)

    Letting divisions heal Controversial Justice Minister Cho Kuk stepped down on Monday, 35 days after his appointment and a day before the National Assembly's regular audit of the ministry. In a sw... 07:02 Oct. 15
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Oct. 15)

    Lesson from Cho Kuk case The brouhaha over new Justice Minister Cho Kuk appears to end as he announced his resignation Monday. The announcement came 35 days after President Moon Jae-in named Cho... 07:02 Oct. 15
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