Korea 2016

Journalism Without Walls Korea Team at Samsung Innovation Museum in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. From left to right: Jessica Chin, Chereese Cross, Justine Josue, Yilin Chen, Hyosun Lee, Charles Haddad, Taylor Ha, Cosette Nunez, Kyle Barr, Dyondra Wilson

The Journalism Without Walls Korea trip was designed to expose students to the rich complexity of modern Korea, considered one of Asia’s four dragons. Based at Dongguk University in downtown Seoul, this program took students on a tour of Korea, including meeting media executives, politicians, artists, cultural figures, North Korean refugees and everyday people. Students learned how to report, produce and publish sophisticated multimedia presentations using the latest in media technologies and techniques.

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Koreans Struggle to Force Gov’t to Improve
‘Comfort Woman’ Deal Angers Many South Koreans
North Koreans Treated as Second Class
Korean Wave Hits the West
Studying Lifestyle of Hardship in Korea

Photo Essays
Korean Children at Gwanghwamun Square
Ancient Korean Folk Opera Lives on
Gwangjang, a 100-Year-Old Market, Continues to Thrive
For Two Years, Sewol Ferry Tragedy Remains Unsolved
Lock Your Love Along a Romantic Pilgrimage

Finding Myself in Korea
Koreans Loved My Hair
Seoul Turns Me Green