US furloughs thousands of Koreans'>South Koreans who work on US bases over cost-sharing dispute
"Once their crisis passes, Koreans'>South Koreans will have to assess whether the sacrifices to their freedom and privacy were worth it ... But as other countries hurtle toward disaster, South Korea looks like the safer and smarter place to be."
Park Hyun was 'Patient 47,' one of many Koreans'>South Koreans who have recovered from coronavirus, but he says his fight against the stigma of being a survivor is far from over
On a per capita basis, the Koreans'>South Koreans have many fewer cases, despite much more testing, and even fewer deaths. For me, it shows you that early social distancing and testing worked there
And here’s EXO performing at the closing of the Olympics. So cool. I wonder what goes through the North Koreans’ minds when they see things like this?
I have yet to hear a convincing explanation as to why we can't duplicate this here. Is it a technological issue (if so, why haven't we asked the Koreans'>South Koreans for help?) is it a production issue? (If so, why aren't we mobilizing better?) is it a political/bureaucracy issue?
Here are some Koreans'>North Koreans for you. Important to remember that the people are not the same as the regime.
I can report South Koreans here in Pyeongchang are not as enthralled with Kim Yo Jong and the North Korean cheerleaders as it seems some media are back home. Something about N.K. killing, starving, & imprisoning its people while threatening South Korea with nuclear annihilation.