Q&A Stevenson / Kim / The Korean Women's Movement

October 17, 2014 12:39 AM
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South Korea Has Changed Dramatically Since The Rule Of Controversial Military Dictator Park Chung Hee. His Grip On Power From 1962 Until His Assassination In 1979 Perpetuated A Suppression Of Civil Rights In The Country And Was Especially Harsh With Regard To The Role Of Women In Society. Now A Woman Is President Of South Korea, Ironically, The Dictator's Daughter Park Geun Hye. Daybreak Asia's Jim Stevenson Spoke With Seung-Kyung Kim.