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Could rising unemployment bring down South Korea's president?

The jobless rate in South Korea is at an eight year high. President Moon Jae-in's approval ratings have dropped to 42 percent, the lowest since his inauguration. We debate whether rising unemployment could lead to the downfall of South Korea's leader. Guests: Justin Fendos Biotechnology professor at Dongseo University Robert Kelly Political science professor at Pusan National University #SouthKorea #unemployment #MoonJae-in

South Korea’s Chaebol Woes

South Korea’s Chaebol Woes

Trump-Moon Meeting: Trump open to another summit with Kim Jong-un

Trump-Moon Meeting: Trump open to another summit with Kim Jong-un

Korea Tensions: South Korea and China leaders meet on Thursday

Korea Tensions: South Korea and China leaders meet on Thursday

South Korea's labour laws hurting small businesses | Money Talks

South Korea's labour laws hurting small businesses | Money Talks

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

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