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So Near and Yet So Far

By Kyle Barr
“Did you get him?” One tourist asked another, aiming his camera like a rifle. The two were members of a small group of tourists visiting the heavily armed Demilitarizated Zone that separates the two Koreas. Continue reading

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For Two Years, Sewol Ferry Tragedy Remains Unsolved

Photos by Taylor Ha
Koreans petition the government to atone for the failed rescue attempt of the Sewol Ferry, a boat that sank in 2014 and brought down more than 300 lives with it. Continue reading

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Gwangjang, a 100-Year-Old Market, Continues to Thrive

Photos by Taylor Ha
Opened in 1905, being one of the oldest and largest traditional markets in South Korea, Gwangjang Market is continues to thrive as a popular tourist destination today. Continue reading

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Ancient Korean Folk Opera Lives on

Photo essay and video slide show
By Taylor Ha & Jessica Chin & Kyle Barr
Sori Maru, a pansori club, performs outside Dadamaeddeul Tea House in Seoul, South Korea. Continue reading

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