GALLERY - New images from the mass protests on the streets of South Korea
06 December 2016
Protests demanding the resignation of president Park Geun-Hye have spread
29 November 2016
In a sign of the growing pressure on South Korean president Park Geun-hye to resign, she announced that MPs would decide her fate on Tuesday.
22 November 2016
Workers are central to a movement that could bring down the president, writes Workers’ Solidarity
GALLERY - South Korean protests demand president Park Geun-hye's resignation
15 November 2016
South Korean protests demand president Park Geun-hye's resignation
15 November 2016
Protest movement is causing a deep crisis for South Korea’s ruling class, writes?Workers’ Solidarity
08 November 2016
The movement demanding the resignation of South Korean president Park Geun-hye reached new heights last Saturday.
01 November 2016
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of South Korea’s capital Seoul last Saturday to demand the resignation of President Park Geun-hye.
26 July 2016
A recent dispute over islands in the South China Sea is a sign of how imperialist tensions between the US and China could set the region ablaze, writes Dave Sewell
01 December 2015
Trade union activists facing a brutal crackdown urgently need solidarity, writes Jong-hwan Kim
28 April 2015
Some 270,000 workers in South Korea took part in a one-day general strike on Friday of last week.
07 January 2014
Up to 100,000 rail workers in South Korea struck for three weeks last month against government plans for running a new bullet train service.
05 April 2013
North Korea recently issued a “No.1 combat readiness alert” announcing that the “North and South are at war”. Leader Kim Jong-un also put his strategic missile units on standby for launch.
25 November 2011
Protesters demonstrated near the Egyptian embassy in Seoul, South Korea today in solidarity with protesters in Tahrir Square. Around 50 came to show their support, including Egyptians living in Korea.
18 October 2011
Despite a thunderstorm and a total government ban, more than 1,000 people joined various demonstrations across South Korea’s capital, Seoul.
30 November 2010
The recent artillery exchanges, and deaths, in North and South Korea raised the chilling prospect of a war involving nuclear weapons.
01 June 2010
On the night of 26 March, the South Korean navy ship Cheonan split in half and sank while patrolling not far from the North Korean coast. Forty six sailors died.
04 August 2009
The attack began at dawn today and lasted until late afternoon. Under a hail of metal bolts and stones from Ssangyong company thugs, liquid tear gas dropped from police helicopters, incessant loud music and an all-out assault by police commandos armed with steel pipes and taser guns, the occupying workers at the Ssangyong auto factory in Pyongtaek, South Korea, have held out for one more day.
28 July 2009
Some 900 workers at Ssangyong, the smallest of South Korea’s five car manufacturers, have occupied their factory against mass sackings for the last two months.
28 July 2009
Occupation 67 days, chimney top protest 76 days!
From Ssangyong Motor workers occupying the Pyeongtaek plant in solidarity with Vestas workers for victory.
15 December 2008
We would like to express our concern at the arrest of leading members of the South Korean Candlelight movement against the import of US beef.