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  • Young South Koreans find their political voice

    Dubbed the "lost generation," millennials in South Korea have a new found appreciation for the political process after nine months of government turmoil. Their main concern is economic opportunity.

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Dubbed the "lost generation," millennials in South Korea have a new found appreciation for the political process after nine months of government turmoil. Their main concern is economic opportunity.
Alexa Ard and Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy