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    There has always been a history of exploitation, mistreatment, and stigmatization towards women; it is a social problem that continues to prevail. The prostitution business in South Korea is the epitome of this issue. South Korea 's illicit sex business teems with local and foreign women that are coerced to sell their bodies or voluntarily do it to meet living standards. The women that partake in prostitution are frowned upon because they bring ignominy to the family name. There is an unfair…

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    Flu Avian Flu Essay

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    movie, Flu: Avian flu spreads from Vietnam to South Korea, director Kim Sung-su illustrates a fictional reaction of the citizens, government, and world towards the outbreak of H5N1 virus. The film tackles themes such as mass hysteria, Western dominance in Korea, panic, and sacrifice. This paper will include a synopsis of the film, and speculate on and attempt to answer the question about the political relationship between the Korean and American governments. Specifically, how much intervention…

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    To continue building on a previous milestone, which detailed existing bilatera l free - trade ag reements (FTA’s) “The United States and the Republic of Korea (ROK) signed the United States - Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS) ” (Office of United States Trade, n.d.,para.5) . Included with in KORUS is the gradually remov al of trade barriers – tariffs . Earlier milestone f ocused on facilitation of trade. T his paper will explore the implications of trade…

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    April 15, 2017, the North Korean government launched a missile test which failed just seconds after being deployed. The weekend of April 15 became extremely tense internationally, especially between the United States and North Korea. The United States had the fear North Korea would be testing not only ballistic missiles but conducting nuclear tests. The United States government has been on its toes speculating that North Korea will begin launching its sixth nuclear-weapons test soon. The United…

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    process of South Korea, Hong…

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    38th Parallel

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    The 38th parallel is the line that distinguishes north from south Korea WAR IN KOREA Standoff at the 38th parallel Douglas MacArthur is a General for the Unites States After the war, Korea divided between the 38th parallel and became north and south korea War soon breaks out in vietnam The road to war leads us down the path of the early 90 with france owning southeast asia Ho Chi Minh worked as a cook on a french ship and when he docked in America he learned about american culture and went to…

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    guarantee that the U.S would support countries fighting against communism. This affected America negatively since they need to support South Korea in fighting the North. Which left the American economy in worse shape then it was. As president Truman need to increase military spending and to create new plan of actions to end the war. The U.S was not prepared to help aid Korea financially and with their own military, especially with the end of WW II. One of the ways he would do this is by creating…

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    members understand one another. The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea, or North Korea for short, is an interesting socio-cultural case study in that the central government dictates all aspects of society. The areas, structures, capabilities, organizations, people, and events of North Korea are all, in one way or another, under the control of the North Korean regime. There is no room for individual expression in North Korea and its culture is fabricated to support the regime. This…

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    Sewol Research Paper

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    Sewol: Tragedy at Sea On the morning of April 16th, 2014, the Sewol a South Korea Ferry took off from Incheon traveling to Jeju island. On board, over 476 people 325 of whom were students from a school in the capital city of Seoul. As the ship would begin to sink the captain would fail to give on order to evacuate. The captain and several crew members would instead disembark the ship saving themselves as hundreds of people were left to die. Many factors would contribute to the loss of life…

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    for the monsoons that occur that alter the precipitation patterns throughout the seasons. Because South Korea is so close to the rest of Asia, it shares much of the same amount of precipitation that is experienced across the lands. More than half of the precipitation that is experienced in South Korea occurs during the summer monsoon from June to September. Winter precipitation is snow,…

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