South Korea's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad YearBy and
Trio of political, economic, corporate woes rock nation
Tumultuous year for Korea’s chaebols fuels calls for reform
It began with a nuclear explosion and ended with a street party where some 800,000 people sang and smiled in the freezing Seoul sunshine to celebrate the impeachment of their president. Even for a country with a modern history as tumultuous as South Korea, 2016 has been an eventful year.
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