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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.

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Korea’s ad hoc and instrumental refugee policy

Yu Na Choi
July 4, 2022
South Korea’s refugee policies to-date have been largely responsive to the country’s political and economic demands, not principles.

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Korean Streaming Platform Plans Content Featuring LGBTQ Relationships

Jae Chang
July 3, 2022
Streaming companies are more responsive to changing social attitudes towards the LGBTQ community because they are focused on attracting new audiences.

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Evolution of South Korean Party Politics

Kaitlyn King
July 2, 2022
Recent changes in Democratic Party leadership point to politics focusing on identifying and catering to core constituents.

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Small Enterprises Lead Tech Innovations

Yu Na Choi
June 27, 2022
Patenting activity by SMEs revealed tech-led growth through a crisis, but the country remains disproportionately reliant on manufacturing.

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Depreciating Currency Adds to Burden of Rising Oil Prices

Jae Chang
June 26, 2022
For South Korea, geopolitical conflict and changes in U.S. monetary policy significantly impact the country’s ability to purchase oil.

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South Korea’s Soft Power Brings International Attention to Domestic Issues

Jae Chang
June 20, 2022
Popularity of Korean-made shows on international platforms created an avenue to bring to light a prominent social issue in South Korea.

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Limitations on K-Pop’s Commitment to Sustainability

Kaitlyn King
June 19, 2022
Although K-pop groups and fans promote progressive causes, the industry’s underlying consumerism counteract the push for sustainability.

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Obstacles to Reversing the Rise in Anger-related Crimes

Yu Na Choi
June 18, 2022
The generalized labeling of anger-related crimes may prevent the government from devising a policy response that addresses any underlying social causes.

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