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This page displays all Asia Society content on South Korea in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on South Korea, please visit Asia Society Korea, established in 2007 with a mission to promote the understanding of Asia. Asia Society Korea aims to strengthen relationships and bridge differences across South Korea, Asia and the United States.

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The Governor of the Bank of Korea shares his expectations for the Korean economy in the rest of 2012 and beyond.
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The Governor of the Bank of Korea shares his expectations for the Korean economy in the rest of 2012 and beyond.
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Perhaps what is most clear about North Korea’s future is that it remains murky, writes Andrew Billo.
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First person reactions to the late North Korean leader, plus a Jan. 23 Asia Society New York event on the future of the country.
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Asia Society South Korea Center recorded the reactions of citizens to the death of Kim Jong Il.
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Asia Society South Korea Center recorded the reactions of citizens to the death of Kim Jong Il.
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Special warfare command soldiers participate in winter military training exercise on January 11, 2012 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.
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Many outside North Korea are restless and ambitious to push for change according to their own agendas, writes Katharine H.S. Moon.
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Put simply, many Asian nations’ are actively working to develop their students’ global competence, writes Asia Society's Anthony Jackson.
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The stage is set for increased scrutiny around upcoming elections in Taiwan, the United States and South Korea, and a leadership transition scheduled to take place in China, writes Michael Kulma.
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Kim Jong Il's death has created a critical opportunity for the two Koreas to figure out a roadmap for the coming years, writes Korea University's Jae-Seung Lee.
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Kim Jong Il’s death provides North Korea with the opportunity to change direction, writes former South Korean Prime Minister Lee Hong-koo.