Jeongmin Kim is a correspondent at NK News, based in Seoul. She previously worked for the CSIS Korea Chair and in the Seoul bureau of Reuters news agency. Follow her on Twitter @jeongminnkim
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Hearsay and misinformation on North Korea routinely circulates as news, warping perception of the country
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Gen. Robert Abrams’s comments have stirred controversy in South Korea, drawing criticism from left and praise from right
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