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South Korea Epapers


In south korea by the mid-1980s, censorship of print and broadcast media had become one of the most widely and publicly criticised practices of the Chun government. In 1989 South Korea's four largest dailies, Hankook Ilbo, Joongang Ilbo, Chosun Ilbo, and Donga Illbo, had a combined circulation of more than 6.5 million. The anti-establishment The Hankyoreh, had 450,000 readers?less than the major dailies or smaller papers like Kyonghan Shinmun or Seoul Shinmun, but larger than four more specialised economic dailies. Below is a list of general-interest daily newspapers published in south korea.

South Korea Epapers

The Dong-A Ilbo JoongAng Ilbo The Korea Herald
The Seoul Shinmun The Hankyoreh The Chosun Ilbo