After so many years of trying to please everyone, South Korea is throwing its lot in with the free world.
Jennie Oh, Staff Writer
Jennie Oh is a South Korean broadcast journalist. Based in Seoul, she reports for Arirang TV, covering major news stories related to East Asia. She previously worked as a Seoul Correspondent for United Press International. She wrote and produced the tv documentaries, “Cities of Tomorrow” and “The Future of Jobs with AI.” She has a master’s degree in public policy, and is pursuing a PhD in international relations.
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