YUNSOOHONG
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  • Gwang-Ju, Jeollanam-do
  • Korea, Republic of
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Education, Ethics, Governance, Human Rights, Justice, Labor
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I am SooHong,YUN from south korea. I have been interested in Global Ethics Issues, through the medias, the Organizations I took, and the books I read. More over, as a south korean youth, I made a decision to do something for North korean who are on the corner of Global Ethics.

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North Korean Gulags: And Yet,

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

If the prison camps of Auschwitz were still running in full operation today, would the entire global community collectively stand by and allow them to continue? One would think not. And yet, here we stand today. Even while the bellicose and belligerent regime of North Korea once again commands the world stage through its threats and showmanship, still the issue of its extensive system of concentration camps slips through the gaps of the world’s attention. Through the testimonies of escapees…

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