Update : 2018.06.12  Tue  No : 495
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News Briefing
“We Dismiss the Defendant, President Park Geun-hye.” March 13 was a historic day for South Korea. On this day, the Constitutional Court of South Korea upheld a decision to impeach President Park Geun-hye over her alleged corruption. The decision was unanimous, with all eight judges on the court agr ..
2017.04.12  No : 485 Lee Jae-won
Cover Story
How Is the Racism in Your Country?
U.S. President Donald Trump prohibited the entrance of Muslims to prevent terrorism. His scheme regards particular races as terrorists, which is definitely racit. Such di ..
2017.03.09  No : 484 By Kim Ye-eun
News Briefing
“Impeach Park Geun-hye!” Despite the cold weather, candlelight demonstrations urging President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment continue. At the 15th demonstration on Feb. 11, 800,000 people from all over the country joined in this event according to its organizer. This was the largest demonstration con ..
2017.03.09  No : 484 By Lee Jae-won Editor-in-Chief
Feature
DANGER: PART-TIME JOB
Last Dec. 21, E-Land Park CEO Park Hyeong-sik was dismissed for the exploitation of approximately 84 billion Korean won from part-time employees working in company restaurants. These constant delays and lack of payment are a few of the many troubles that come with part-time job market. These ill c ..
2017.03.09  No : 484 By Kim Ye-eun
People
Be Free of Your Worries
Young people live with concerns. They worry about their loves, grades, futures and feel the difficulties of human relationships. They really need and want some advice or ..
2016.12.08  No : 483 By Choi Ye-jin
Reportage
Candles Say,“You Did It, President Park”
“She did it!” This is what young kids commonly say when they did something bad by themselves or with their friend, to put the blame solely on their friend. Sadly, this ..
2016.12.08  No : 483 By Choi Yun
News Briefing
The Public Rallies Massive anti-government rallies have been taking place on Saturdays since Oct. 29. These demonstrations against President Park called for her resignation. The third demonstration, which took place on Nov. 12, was of an unprecedented scale of about one million people, breaking t ..
2016.12.08  No : 483 By Byeon Hee-jin Editor-in-Chief
Reportage
Truth Which Hundreds of Candles Work to Illuminate
A single candle can illuminate an entire room. However, there is a place that could not be lit up by hundreds of candles, and is calling out for more of them: the Seoul ..
2016.11.10  No : 482 By Choi Yun
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