Junghyun is a media-friendly junior journalist with a BA in Liberal Arts and Science from the Netherlands. Raised in South Korea, Malaysia and the Netherlands, she is currently based in Seoul, undergoing her journalism internship program at The Korea Herald, South Korea’s largest English newspaper company. Her main interest is in covering South Korean culture and social affairs.
Facing lawsuits, stock market declines and presidential criticism, Kakao Corporation reassesses its strategies
Debates over free rides and airport loiterers reflect a society grappling with ageism and inadequate senior support
As long-standing disagreements resurface, doctors and the government lock horns over proposed medical education reforms
Growing distrust in medical community leads to law mandating cameras in operating rooms, sparking a national debate
As affluent parents secure places for their children to study in Hungary, some in the local medical field cry foul
Fast-paced express tour packages speak to work ethic and limited time off, but younger demographics may be changing that
Educators allege legal changes have diluted their authority and empowered parental bullying, sparking teacher exodus
Tightening laws and penalties for infant abandonment belie complex and deeper societal issues that are being overlooked
As economic pressures mount, a growing number are trading conspicuous consumption for thriftiness
77-cent meal program for college students has been runaway success, but some raise concerns about those left out
Get the Daily Briefing
Specialist news and analysis,
research tools, and unique data sets
Internet Explorer is not compatible with this website. We instead recommend using Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari.
Microsoft ceased supporting IE 10 and older in 2016.
In addition, Microsoft cyber-security chief Chris Jackson has been urging users to stop using the browser since February 2019.
Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.