How did South Korea go from a war-torn nation in the 1950s, one of the poorest in the world, to one of its most developed? And in a single generation?
Foreigners banned from rallies; humor and satire at rallies; people have low opinions of their jobs; mounting opinions in favor of conscientious objectors.
Choi Soon-sil scandal blows open and threatens presidency; artists jailed for criticizing government; Baek Nam-gi autopsy warrant expires and more.
Baek Nam-gi dies; life for female runaways and migrant fisheries workers; excessive subway crackdowns; another earthquake; and calls for nuclear armament.