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Reason for Korea's high smoking rate
In the April 4 Cigarette packaging row editorial, the government's showcasing of a set of horrible warning images to be put on cigarette packs is mentioned as a step in the right direction as part of efforts to rein in the highest smoking rate ..

Re: Emperor Trump
I laughed my socks off reading Oh Young-jin's article Under Emperor Donald (Mar 9). "Humor" has the advantage in this case that the jokes don't have to be better than The Donald's own.

Why Koreans not welcomed in the Philippines?
I read the Ugly Koreans editorial on March 4 in The Korea Times with interest. I lived and worked in Korea for six years and I am now living in the Philippines.

Blessings of longevity
The interesting article by Lee Sunho entitled "'Centennial Human Life'" published in your March 3 edition deserves to be scrutinized from the perspective of the United Nations (UN) and other international organizations dealing with ageing.

Re: US nuclear umbrella leaks
Your article was "spot-on!" From your explanation of MAD, to lessening of American interests in protecting ROK, to you final "aside" that north korea may actually be spending itself into it's own oblivion, your observations reflected what we call, ..

Thank you, Korail
We would like to express our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to the Korail staff at a train station near Nami Island for your efficiency and courteous assistance for helping me and my three children get back our backpack that my son had forgot..

Re: Defending Kim Jong-un
As the recent opinion article titled, Defending Kim Jong-un, written by Donald Kirk in The Korea Times may have caused some misunderstanding among readers of an article contributed by former U.S. Amb. Donald Gregg and published by the East Asia..

Re: 'American mistake' editorial
One point that was a bit out of sync with the otherwise high tone of the piece was the specific mention of one current U.S. presidential candidate as a bogeyman for future troubles (and very early in that selection process as well!). The current U...

Regarding Gulf states' concern for refugees
We, the heads of missions of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf in Korea, would like to refer to the article 'Silent Gulf States' and the cartoon published in The Korea Times on Sept. 11, 2015.

Sex slaves, not comfort women
The name of a specific historical event should deliver a clear description of the incident; particularly in case of atrocities, readers or listeners must be able to indisputably identify victims and perpetrators. From the Greek holos and kaustos me..

Amnesty International misguided
Denouncing the South Korean government's imprisonment of "conscientious objectors" to military service, Amnesty International has recently called for an immediate review of "alternative service" instead of uniformed conscription.

On 'ISIS'
I would like to take issue with Henry Seggermans article, A historical context for ISIS (Korea Times, April 9, 2015). While there are some interesting points in his opinion piece that deserve debate, he has got his basic facts wrong on Syrian ..

Korea's driving culture
Korea has shown remarkable growth in auto production and sales over the last three decades. Korea ranks 10th in auto production since 2005, and Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors combined sales stand in the global top five since 2010. Their combined sa..

Native English teachers and Korean students
Shocking as it is that a female English teacher from South Africa openly poisoned students in a Korean school, it may be one indicator of some long-standing racist sentiment held by some. It is not something that Korean people can change, but it is..

The future of humankind
By ironic coincidence, the very informative article titled: "The future of force" by professor Joseph S. Nye from Harvard University was published (Feb. 16) during the week in which a draft resolution for the 70th anniversary of the end of the Worl..

Need for more democratic education
I am proud of studying at one of the Republic of Koreas many esteemed universities. The pool of knowledgeable faculty members as well as talented students and researchers is an eternal source of inspiration. Acknowledging the great potential and ..

Vigilance against abusers
"The Interview" has truly stimulated much ado. Centered around a CIAplot to assassinate Kim Jong-un and usher in a new democratic order, the satirical film has called on many to revisit the realms of freedom of speech.

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