I've been rather nomadic the last little while and have not been able to keep up with posting. But here are a few things of note.
First, in the wake of the Virginia shooting, the Hankyoreh has some more interesting articles on Cho Seung Hui, , and the problems of understanding this incident and what it means for Koreans and Americans alike, especially the 1.5 generation.
Second, Korea - Canada FTA negotiations will start ramping up soon. This is all part of the Korean governments strategy of signing as many FTA's as possible all at once. A homegrown form of shock therapy if you will.
Third, the environment idiocy that is the Saemangum project has succeeded in throwing nature out of balance. No surprise there.
Fourth, Ho Sea-uk, who immolated himself in protest of the Korea- US FTA was buried on the 19th.
Fifth, good piece here on the continuing fallout from the Yeosu fire.
Finally, the KTU issued this dispatch to keep OECD countries monitoring Korean labour relations.