One Korea, Two Koreas, Many Koreas: Commentary on Popular Struggles, Political Economy, and Social Thought in Korea.
The link to that YouTube video is broken, and the video does not load properly.
hmmm, just worked for me at the CINA site via the link I posted
It worked fine for me at the CINA site too.Thank you very much for finding and posting the video. On my own blog I've frequently discussed Korea's shift from having the hige social effects of the shift from having highest number of salarymen in the world in 1997, to having the highest rate of irregular workers in the OECD in 2007, but I've always used rather academic sources. This video sums up in a few minutes what I've tried to say in many hours and thousands of words, so apologies in advance for putting it up on my own blog soon!