August 17, 2022

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Sea Young (Sarah) Kim

Sea Young (Sarah) Kim is a visiting scholar for the United States-South Korea Cooperation in Southeast Asia Program at the East-West Center in Washington, supported by the Korea Foundation. Her writing focuses on U.S.-South Korea relations, South Korea-Southeast Asia relations, and East Asian regionalism. You can follow her on Twitter @sea_youngkim.

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How can South Korea matter more in the world? By improving gender equality.

Yoon Suk-yeol's goal of turning country into a ‘global pivot state’ can’t happen until he drops anti-feminist positions

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