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S. Korea's Conscientious Objectors Face Dilemmai
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February 09, 2014 1:07 AM
South Korea requires all able-bodied male citizens to serve about two years in their nation’s armed forces. Of those who object to military duty on moral grounds, most end up in prison. From Seoul, Jason Strother tells us more.

S. Korea's Conscientious Objectors Face Dilemma

Published February 08, 2014

South Korea requires all able-bodied male citizens to serve about two years in their nation’s armed forces. Of those who object to military duty on moral grounds, most end up in prison. From Seoul, Jason Strother tells us more.


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