Jeongmin Kim is the Lead Correspondent at NK News and Editorial Director at KOREA PRO, based in Seoul. Kim covers inter-Korean relations and North and South Korean foreign and military affairs. Kim has covered the 2022 ROK presidential election on the ground, and prior to joining NK News, she worked for the CSIS Korea Chair in Washington D.C. and Reuters news agency’s Seoul bureau.
Breakup of New Reform Party and main opposition missteps position the ruling conservative party to gain
Experts appear positive about the four-way merger, saying it could open door for reform among major parties
Korea Pro answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the ROK’s complicated election system
Families' pleas for answers go unheard as the government and opposition prioritize electoral gains over societal healing
Despite a spike in heinous crimes, experts voice concerns that pushing for suspect identity could violate privacy
South Korea’s muted response to Taiwan’s election results shows its approach is based on security calculations
Experts tell Korea Pro that National Security Office expansion part of effort to brace for ‘weaponized’ supply chains
Experts tell Korea Pro that the attack on Lee Jae-myung exposes alarming polarization that threatens Korea’s democracy
In part two, Korea Pro looks back at more stories that exposed problems in ROK, focusing on politics and foreign affairs
Korea Pro selected 10 news stories that made international headlines and revealed deep-rooted problems in the ROK
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