Still a half-baked revamp of the presidential office
The president must humbly listen to criticism inside and outside — and respect them rather than brushing them off.
Justice delayed is justice denied
Election criminals must be severely punished to prevent any illegal attempt that damages our national discipline.
The tyranny of the majority party
President Yoon must veto the revision as it goes against modern democracy.
Soil and water: Asia-Pacific’s bread and butter
We must promote soil and water management at all levels.
An imminent risk
Lee Jae-myung is in crisis after the court sentenced his associate Kim Yong to five years in jail for illegally receiving money from a real estate developer to help Lee get nominated as the party’s presidential candidate in 2021.
Is Korea ready for the regulation of AI?
In order to properly realize AI governance, it is necessary to understand technology trends and generate specific ideas for innovations that humans and technology can develop together.
Time to turn a failure into a future asset
The government must first reflect on what went wrong from the start and devise a better strategy for a better future of the country.
Neverending violations of teachers’ rights
Parents must put aside their selfishness and guide their children to build a sense of communalism in Korea.
Learning China diplomacy from Australia
Bilateral relationships will normalize in time when South Korea persistently puts free democracy principles first while trying to mend ties with China with more confidence.
Imagination is key to prosperity in the AI century
The only way for humanity to go beyond AI and prosper is to remove the stifling conventions of bureaucracy and revitalize our imagination.