Spring Cleaning In SeoulRobert Neff and Laxmi Nakarmi
At Seoul's Hankook University of Foreign Studies, a hotbed of radicalism, students normally would be busy gearing up for their annual antigovernment riots. The springtime demonstrations nearly always end in nasty confrontations with police, costing several lives. But this year, the students have abandoned the streets for study halls and soccer matches. And elsewhere in Seoul, businessmen who in the past spent long lunches carping about economic policy and governmental inertia are now waxing enthusiastic about Korea's "political revolution."
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