Subin KIM
Subin KIM is a South Korean journalist. He specializes in the fields of national security and North Korea and his writing has appeared on the Guardian and the Hankyoreh. All views his own. Reach him at mail@subinkim.com.
by Subin KIM  ·  9 MIN READ
Why the author’s NYT take on the Korean War has stirred up a hornet’s nest.
by Subin KIM  ·  16 MIN READ
Published in 2009, The Private Life of a Nation imagined the impossible: the unification of South and North Korea. Here’s an introduction to the opinions of its author, Lee Eung-jun, and a translation of the second chapter.
by Subin KIM  ·  14 MIN READ
Our second excerpt from “Private Life of a Nation”, a novel by Lee Eung-jun.
by Subin KIM  ·  13 MIN READ
Labor, chaebol, taxes and welfare. A spectrum of visions.
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Also: Labor unions and the US–Korea FTA.
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Public sector jobs, private sector jobs, and “I oppose it”.
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Plus Moon’s and Hong’s plans to monitor the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office. And pushback on Ahn’s pledges for political reform.
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Back in January, an American professor in Korea published a piece on Medium framing K-pop as “neo-Confucianist pornography”. The article was recently translated into Korean, to considerable pushback. Here’s a summary.
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Moon Jae-in is the clear frontrunner in the upcoming election. But national security has never been his strong suit. Subin Kim from Huffington Post Korea explains.
by Subin KIM  ·  2 MIN READ
Three hundred meters. From Seoul Square to Gwanghwamun Square. The psychological distance between the two, however, is far wider than the physical.
by Subin KIM  ·  9 MIN READ
President Park has rarely spoken to journalists. So her choice of outlet and talking points in this her possibly final interview was a national surprise, to say the least. Subin Kim, a news editor at Huffington Post Korea, unpacks on strategy and alternative facts.