http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-38362474 I spoke to Yvette Tan on gender discrimination in South Korea. Picture: Getty Images via BBC Advertisements
Here is Part II of my article on drugs in South Korea: http://www.koreaexpose.com/in-depth/drugs-south-korea-sex-sales-policies/ Part I can be found here: http://www.koreaexpose.com/in-depth/drugs-south-korea-a-silent-crisis (Picture from Wiki Commons)
I was commissioned to write for Korea Exposé on the topic of drug use in South Korea. The second part will be released in November. Drugs in South Korea: A Silent Crisis Picture source: Wikimedia
http://www.koreafm.net/2016/09/in-defense-of-south-korean-feminism/ I spoke with Chance Dorland of KoreaFM about my post on Megalia, which was later republished on Korea Exposé. This in-depth discussion is joined by Se-Woong Koo of Korea Exposé.
I talked to BBC Tech Tent about the Nexon incident and Megalia (12:05): http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p044dmxp
South Korea gaming: How a T-shirt cost an actress her job http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-37018916 I’ve been interviewed by the BBC for about thirty minutes regarding the recent Nexon incident and feminism in Korea in general. It’s interesting to see how news reporting works. I have to admit, the following quote isn’t what I’d have chosen to write out of that conversation, and it could use some elaborating, since the first sentence now makes it seem like I’ve had plastic surgery and that’s why I’ve taken my picture down – and it’s not clear why ‘Korean women are in such despair’. A blogger who writes under the pseudonym Emily Singh told the BBC she had taken her picture down from her own blog because she feared reprisals. She said that many Korean women were in such despair that they considered emigrating. But I’m happy to see the BBC is taking interest in feminism in Korea.