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Editorials from Korean Dailies
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Joongang Daily on Dec. 10)

    Accidents waiting to happen A KTX train derailed shortly after departing from Gangneung, Gangwon on Saturday. The first two cars of the train carrying 198 passengers went totally off the rails. On ... 07:02 Dec. 10
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 10)

    Rail safety More people fearful of trains after repeated accidents A series of rail accidents are fueling public anger toward Korail. The latest was the derailment of a Seoul-bound KTX bullet... 07:02 Dec. 10
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 10)

    Do not rush arrest Prosecution must reflect on whether it drives investigations into past regimes too quickly The prosecution has been driving investigations into suspected power abuses in past adm... 07:02 Dec. 10
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 8)

    Another disaster Heating pipe rupture shows lack of public safety An underground hot water pipe that burst Tuesday in Goyang, northwest of Seoul, proves again that the authorities have only shoute... 09:03 Dec. 08
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Joongang Daily on Dec. 7)

    No place on the air "Tonight — Kim Je-dong," a late news show that has been aired by KBS since September, crossed the line again. The state-run broadcaster triggered public outrage by airing a non... 07:04 Dec. 07
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 7)

    Precarious venture : Compromise needed for win-win job project Gwangju metropolitan government's joint project with Hyundai Motor to build a plant in the southwestern city is on the verge of col... 07:04 Dec. 07
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 7)

    Good precedent : Jeju governor's go-ahead to foreign-invested hospital deserves praise Jeju Gov. Won Hee-ryong should be lauded for giving the final go-ahead to the nation's first foreign-invested... 07:04 Dec. 07
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Joongang Daily on Dec. 6)

    Corporate culture must change Nationwide labor strife in 1987 was triggered by union members of companies affiliated with Hyundai Motor. During massive rallies in Ulsan at the time, some union mem... 07:00 Dec. 06
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 6)

    Gloomy export outlook Time to take action to restructure economy The country marked its 55th Export Day on Wednesday. Its exports are expected to hit a record high of $600 billion by the end of t... 07:00 Dec. 06
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 6)

    Preconditions for Kim's visit NK leader's visit to South Korea not entirely a blessing There is no doubt that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's visit to South Korea would be a historic milestone. ... 07:00 Dec. 06
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 5)

    Back on track? Hong Nam-ki -- the nominee for the posts of deputy prime minister for the economy and finance minister -- admitted some of the flaws of the Moon Jae-in administration's push for so-... 07:00 Dec. 05
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 5)

    Probe into Kim & Chang Nation's biggest law firm implicated in judiciary abuse Korea's biggest law firm Kim & Chang has become a new center of attention in the widening probe into the judiciary ab... 07:00 Dec. 05
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 5)

    Preconditions for Kim's visit NK leader's visit to South Korea not entirely a blessing There is no doubt that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's visit to South Korea would be a historic milestone. ... 07:00 Dec. 05
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Dec. 4)

    Self-righteousness on display The controversy over the Blue House's special inspection team members involved in a corruption scandal has taken an alarming turn. On Monday, Chairman of the Democrat... 07:01 Dec. 04
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 4)

    Kim Jong-un holds the key : Possible visit to Seoul could break deadlock Presidents Moon Jae-in and Donald Trump have pinned their hope on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's possible visit to Seoul... 07:01 Dec. 04
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on Dec. 4)

    Clarify irregularities : Cheong Wa Dae returns all of special inspectors to their agencies, citing misdeeds Misconduct in the presidential staff has reached a dangerous level. A special inspect... 07:01 Dec. 04
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    (EDITORIAL from Korea Times on Dec. 1)

    Violent unionists Resorting to force only backfires while achieving nothing The union of auto parts maker Yoosung Enterprise held a news conference Thursday and apologized for its recent use of v... 09:44 Dec. 01
  • (EDITORIAL from Korea JoongAng Daily on Nov. 30)

    Moon must change his course President Moon Jae-in's approval rating dipped below 50 percent for the first time since he took office in May of last year. According to a recent Realmeter survey, 48.... 07:08 Nov. 30
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