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Korea’s battle against the Covid-19 pandemic has been tested due to a collapse of public faith. Korea managed to contain the virus spread through medical professionals’ commitment and sacrifices and civilian participation. But...
Thousands of labor activists took to the streets Saturday to honor the 50th anniversary of the death of Jeon Tae-il, a labor rights icon who immolated himself at age 22 to protest poor working conditions of Korean factories.
Police officers try to disperse residents and civic activists holding a protest against the planned transport of equipment onto a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) battery site in Seongju, North Gyeongsang, on Thursday.
Korea added 114 new cases of the coronavirus Tuesday, snapping back to triple-digit figures for the first time in a week as clusters sporadically emerge nationwide after Chuseok.
No large-scale antigovernment rally was held in downtown Seoul Saturday as health authorities had feared, though several right-wing demonstrators protested against President Moon Jae-in in small groups or alone across the capital.
Seoul’s police chief Monday threatened to suspend or revoke the driver’s license of anyone who participates in a so-called car rally anywhere in the capital on Foundation Day this Saturday, as activists refuse to comply with social distancing rules.
President Moon Jae-in Tuesday threatened to use “stern measures” against protesters planning to take the streets over the upcoming holidays, saying authorities will show zero tolerance toward anyone who attempts to wreak havoc on society.
A woman from a union representing street vendors organizes teddy bears in front of Mapo District Office in western Seoul on Thursday in a protest against social distancing measures banning groups of more than 10 people.
With the average jeonse price in Seoul millimeters from the 500-million mark, people are taking to the streets and claiming the government is forcing them into rent servitude and denying their rightful place as members of the propertied class.