Park Geun-hye


After Deadly Crowd Surge, Seoul Residents Complain of Government Negligence

Voice of America

As South Koreans try to make sense of the Itaewon tragedy, many residents say officials should have either employed a much bigger police presence or more proactive crowd control measures to ensure orderly movement.


South Korea: How Did the Pardon of Park Geun-hye Affect the Election?

Timothy S. Rich

A pre-election survey undermines the oft-cited idea that national unity in South Korea is promoted through pardons of former presidents.


South Korea’s Moon Pardons Disgraced Former President Park

Voice of America

According to a poll last month, 39% of South Korean voters supported a pardon, while 44% opposed it.


In South Korea, Corruption Knows No Gender

An online survey shows that the downfall of former South Korean President Park Geun-hye has prompted voters to more intensely scrutinize their politicians, apparently regardless of their gender.


Moon Victory Imminent in South Korea

Kyle Pope

As liberal Moon Jae-in looks set to grab the South Korean presidency, Kyle Pope examines the politics that got him into pole position.


South Korea Must Now Move On

The Japan Times

South Korea's next leader faces several daunting challenges.


Whoever Becomes South Korea's New Leader Has Three Options for Dealing With Kim Jong Un. None Are Great


The new South Korean president will have to make an important decision on how to handle the North Korean nuclear threat.


Park’s Impeachment to be Felt Far and Wide

Timothy S. Rich

The impact of Park’s impeachment will likely last beyond this election cycle.

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