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Just three days after South Korean President's impeachment vote, the North spoke out while all the subtlety of a sledgehammer, while opting not to mention the scandal directly.
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This month, our contributing writer Steven Borowiec reports about his encounter with two North Koreans who were sent to Vladivostok as cheap labor.
Mr. Salmon is a journalist, broadcaster and author who has been a resident of Seoul since 1998.
This month, our Contributing Writer Steven Borowiec shares a North Korean Hyun Ji-hee’s story of escape.
After a summer break in Asia Society Korea Center’s Monthly Luncheon Series, the program returned on Tuesday with Seoul-based Englishman Andrew Salmon.
Two leading British journalists James Pearson and Stephen Evans were the guest speakers at our June monthly luncheon lecture.
Steven Borowiec takes a look at the adoption of Western culture in the reclusive state of North Korea.
Steven shares his insights on two different leaders. He provides light background on the two leaders of the Korean peninsula. Taking a look at their differences, and what they have in common he reveals a tactic used by many leaders.

By Steven Borowiec

Park Tae-won was born and lives on Yeonpyeong, a rocky island in the Yellow Sea, and flashpoint in the long standoff between the South and North Korean militaries.

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