Childcare, Stalkers, and Drama News

This edition of the link roundup isn’t exactly going to restore any of your faith in humanity, but it has just been one of those weeks. In happier news, it looks like DF is going to start airing Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food at the end of the month, and so long as they’re available in my region, I’ll probably be checking out Secret Mother and Lawless Lawyer. We’ll see!

Korean air scandals: “A Special Response Team to Block the ‘Smuggling Route’ of Korean Air” and “Immigration officials raid Korean Air in connection with alleged illegal employment.”

Investigations into the Lee Myung-bak government: “Lee Myung-bak requests for first corruption trial to take place in his absence.”

Lifting the Sewol ferry: “Fallen Sewol set upright.”

“Why young Koreans refuse to marry.” Unsurprisingly, economic issues feature heavily.

“Childcare centers habitually reject children of immigrant mothers.” *snarls at these assholes*

“Feminism is Taboo in S. Korea’s Gaming Industry.” Can everything just be set on fire and then rebuilt?

“Government Cracks Down on Stalkers.” Now if only this sticks and is enforced…

“Over 9,000 victims suffered from past governments’ blacklists of artists.” Yikes, I hadn’t realized the number was that high.

“INFINITE’s Sungkyu to Join Army.” Come back safely!

“Ha Ji-won signs on for sci-fi reality series.” That description threw me, but it sounds interesting?

“Get ready for Something in the Rain (Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food) with these Son Ye Jin dramas.” IT IS FINALLY COMING TO DF, IT HAD BETTER BE AVAILABLE IN MY REGION.

“‘Secret Mother’ to draw attention on Korean education.” Now if only I’ll be able to watch it…

“Memories of Alhambra confirms Hyun Bin & Park Shin Hye casting.” …I’m not sure how I feel about this.

“Moon Chae Won Joins Cast Of Modern Fantasy Drama Starring Yoon Hyun Min.” I feel better about this one.

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