No More Political Strife over the Tragedy in Yongsan

Park Hyo-chong
March 2009
Korea Focus;Spring2009, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p32
In this article the author focuses on the move of the Korean government to solve on tragedy happened in Yongsan. He comments that government must behave like a firm father and a loving mother since they are not judged by their intention buy by outcome. He believes that the Yongsan tragedy offers an opportunity with the government for self-examination as to whether it tried to lend a warm hand to those in need.


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