Blood Runs Thicker in the South Korean Economy
But enduring economic volatility in the early 2000s, combined with President Kim Dae Jung's need to maintain economic stability as it engaged with North Korea, blunted the effect of the reforms. As Kim's term wound down in 2002, momentum for chaebol ...
DAY IN HISTORY
1998 - Veteran pro-democracy campaigner Kim Dae-jung becomes President of South Korea. 2002 - Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is accused of treason over an alleged plot to kill President Robert Mugabe. 2003 - Pakistani bowler ...
How 'Talash' Has Brought Bangladesh and South Korea a Step Closer
The Daily Star (satire)
When a research professor at the Kim-Dae-Jung Presidential Library and Museum of Yonsei University in South-Korea, Professor Seung- Hee Jeon, came across Shaheen Akhtar's fiction on the Liberation War, Talash, she realised how similar the two ...
Roh's parting advice
Korea JoongAng Daily
The first decade of this century was the time of liberal presidents Kim Dae-jung and Roh Moo-hyun. Conservatives ruled the current decade. It looks like the next occupant of the Blue House will be liberal following the fall of President Park Geun-hye.