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Officials from the Justice Party’s youth headquarters and youth student committee shout slogans at a press conference held in front of the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in central Seoul on Wednesday. They are calling for the return of college tuition as classes went online amid the coronavirus outbreak, as well as a ban on layoffs and delayed wages. They are also calling for measures to deal with discrimination and hatred after the coronavirus cluster infection in Itaewon-dong, central Seoul, sparked homophobia. [YONHAP]

Officials from the Justice Party’s youth headquarters and youth student committee shout slogans at a press conference held in front of the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in central Seoul on Wednesday. They are calling for the return of college tuition as classes went online amid the coronavirus outbreak, as well as a ban on layoffs and delayed wages. They are also calling for measures to deal with discrimination and hatred after the coronavirus cluster infection in Itaewon-dong, central Seoul, sparked homophobia. [YONHAP]

 

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