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Are Koreans Ideological victims yet?

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  • Hwang, Eui-Gak
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Title Are Koreans Ideological victims yet?
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Hwang, Eui-Gak

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[Fukuoka]:The International Centre for the Study of East Asian Development

Date 2008-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Working Paper Series:vol. 2008-15
Pages 18
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Asian Growth Research Institute

Abstract

It has been more than sixty years since Korea gained her independence in 1945. But the division of the peninsula between the North’s communist system and the South’s capitalist system has led people ideologically split. In North Korea, today, many hungry people are “fighting for foods” while facing very oppressive dictatorial government. Most of adult people are members of the communist party, whether voluntary or not. They can not publicly criticize the Dear Leader, who is now running the regime at a hide in radiation-free underground stronghold near Pyongyang. In the South, thousands of stomach-full dissidents are out in the streets “fighting against foods”, namely the US beef imports, with red head bands and candle-lights in every hands. Whatever the cloak must be, it is a cover-up to turn over the right wing regime. (The rest omitted)