July 04, 2022


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.


South Korea’s tilt toward US risks stalling growing ties with Southeast Asia

Seoul’s embrace of new ‘Indo-Pacific strategy’ will require efforts to reassure partners of its commitment to region

Sea Young (Sarah) KimSea Young (Sarah) KimJune 23, 2022

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

Sea Young (Sarah) KimSea Young (Sarah) KimMay 12, 2022

Utilizing artificial intelligence to improve women’s rights in North Korea

New technologies have the potential to empower women and document abuses in the world’s most isolated nation