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Marmot’s Hole Podcast: Korean Defamation Laws Silence Critics

Robert Koehler & Chance Dorland discuss a New York Times article that makes the case that the Park Geun-hye administration is using the country’s defamation laws to silence critics.

The duo then finishes with a quick discussion of how bad Donald Trump would be for freedom of speech in the US.


The Rules of the Road


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2016 Cherry Blossom Festivals in Seoul

allowto_freedownload_snap_1558Spring is (finally!) here and it’s the perfect time for you to go outdoor and enjoy picnics with your friends and family beneath the cherry trees while thousands of pink petals dance in the air. There are many places where you can enjoy the cherry blossoms in the wonderful city of Seoul, South Korea. So go ahead and see for yourself the spectacular scenery at cherry blossom festivals that will take place in Seoul in 2016!


Genderfluid in Korea–One Teen’s Story (Part 2)

The post Genderfluid in Korea–One Teen’s Story (Part 2) appeared first on the3WM.

Editor’s note: The writer of this piece requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the subject. Any responses can be sent to 3wmseoul@gmail.com

Read Part 1 here


How Does The Death Of Internet Explorer Affect South Korea?

Microsoft has ended support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 & 10 in an effort to move users to IE’s final version & the company’s new web browser, Edge.

Korea FM spoke with SUNY Korea Professor James Larson & ZDnet reporter Philip Iglauer to find out what the change means for South Korea, a country where Internet Explorer has been adopted as the internet standard more than perhaps any other country in the world.


5 Awesome Things You Should Do in Jeju Island That You Won’t Regret

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No, South Korea does Not Need Nuclear Weapons – bc They’ll Never Use Them




This essay is a reprint of a long-form piece I published recently with The Diplomat. It is a response to the growing debate inside South Korea after the recent Northern nuclear and missile tests.


Understanding March 1st of South Korea | Independence Movement Day

allowto_freedownload_snap_1000Today, the 1st of March, also referred to as ‘Samil Jeol’ in Korean, is a public holiday in South Korea. It is a day that commemorates Samil Independence Movement in 1919.


Awesome Incheon Intl. Airport Amenities You Probably Didn’t Know About

IMG_3235Besides the fact that Incheon Intl. Airport is highly reputed as one of the best airports worldwide, how much do you know about it?



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