John Francis Power — Journalism and observations from South Korea

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The cults of South Korea

[...] than six weeks, an obscure Christian sect widely described as a cult has dominated the news in South Korea. The reason: its alleged connection to a ferry sinking in April that killed more than 300 [...]

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[...] has long characterized his country’s relations with the region’s major powers. On his visits to South Korea, Japan, Malaysia and the […] [...]

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[...] appeared in The Diplomat. In the aftermath of one of its worst-ever maritime disasters, South Korea has found itself grappling with the question of how a modern ferry came to capsize in calm [...]

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