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The Peninsula

The Peninsula blog is a project of the Korea Economic Institute. It is designed to provide a wide ranging forum for discussion of the foreign policy, economic, and social issues that impact the Korean peninsula.

Increasingly Gendered Framing of the Labor Market

Korea View
December 7, 2021
The public response to the stabbing in Incheon highlights that the public increasingly sees social issues through the narrow lens of gender.

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Will the Next President Climb the Mount of Distrust Between Korea and Japan?

Terrence Matsuo
December 2, 2021
Regardless of who the next Korean president is, he will have an opportunity to refocus the very critical relationship between Seoul and Tokyo.

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Movie Review: Memories of a Serial Killer Past

Korea View
December 1, 2021
As debates around the role of police continue in the United States, these movies are worth a watch to reflect on whether any institutions can remain true defenders of society without public accountability.

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Domestic Challenges and Attitudes Towards Foreign Nationals

Korea View
November 30, 2021
Anxiety around rising property prices affects people’s attitudes towards Chinese nationals and their economic activities in Korea.

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A Growing Workers’ Coalition

Korea View
November 23, 2021
Workers of different South Korean industries are joining forces to protest shared concerns around increasingly difficult working conditions.

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How to Build a Competitive Streaming Platform

Korea View
November 19, 2021
Korea’s entertainment industry has to transition to becoming a platform that aggregates data but faces numerous challenges competing against foreign giants.

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Sensitivity to Inequality Reflected in Academic Anxiety

Korea View
November 18, 2021
Korean society’s anxiety over socioeconomic inequality comes through in concerns over a widening education attainment gap.

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300 Days Since Myanmar Coup: How South Korea Can Deliver Aid That Counts

Sea Young (Sarah) Kim
November 17, 2021
Korea has an opportunity to play a more influential role in furthering democratization in Myanmar by serving as a regional basis for coordinated efforts.

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