Amnesty International Korea gathered people at 6:56 pm on Monday, Nov. 14, to condemn police brutality one year ago that led to Baek Nam-gi's death.
One million march against President Park; whistle-blowers face retribution; Seoul plans to improve air quality; and more in the Weekly Brief.
Choi Soon-sil scandal blows open and threatens presidency; artists jailed for criticizing government; Baek Nam-gi autopsy warrant expires and more.
Conscientious objectors found not guilty; Baek Nam-gi autopsy deadline gets closer; abortion law changes scraped; Ewha president resigns; and homemade guns.
Artists blacklisted; protest over abortion; anti-corruption law and sex industry; Burmese refugees; and migrant children deprived of education.
NHRCK against HIV testing; mistreatment of foreign professionals; Sewol commission continues; and Baek Nam-gi's family fights autopsy warrant.
Baek Nam-gi's struggle continues; the Sewol commission ends; Kim Young-ran law takes effect; child labor batteries; and elderly poverty.
Baek Nam-gi dies; life for female runaways and migrant fisheries workers; excessive subway crackdowns; another earthquake; and calls for nuclear armament.
Earthquakes, sexist Olympics commentary, AIDS discrimination, life for university students in Seoul, and stressful holidays round out the Weekly Brief.
Government Takes Anti-mask Measure, Debate over Voluntary Military Service, Police Watercannon Hearing and Hanjin Shipping Debacle.