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Leading presidential candidates embrace radical economic shifts to tackle growing inequality
Kim Jong Un reopens communication in wake of missile tests to ‘rehabilitate’ relations with Seoul
Human Rights Watch says government inaction has led to ‘pervasive’ discrimination against group
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Technology helps spread private images — with devastating consequences for victims
Amateur traders gaining political clout after becoming dominant force in $2tn stock market
Family wealth divides Koreans as investors see succession opportunity
Seoul court’s fines reignite tensions as Biden looks for greater co-operation between Asian allies
Data highlight demographic challenges as country faces healthcare, labour and pension strains
Its bid to become an alternative to Asia’s financial hubs has resulted in a divided city
Rare cases put spotlight on challenges facing North Korean escapees living in Seoul
Defection is an embarrassment for Kim Jong Un who has tried to tighten grip on foreign service
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Decision will give women the right to choose for the first time since 1953
Ruling likely to exacerbate diplomatic stand-off between Seoul and Tokyo
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Some 150,000 workers walk out of factories calling for changes to dominant conglomerates
Seoul to disband foundation at heart of landmark agreement over wartime sex slaves
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