Former President Park Geun-hye says she will honor prosecutors’ request to answer questions regarding the scandal that removed her from office, animal rights activists have accused Park of animal neglect for leaving 9 dogs in the presidential residence, a court has temporarily banned the use of a state-authored history textbook, & nearly half of South Korean women don’t return to their jobs after taking childcare leave. All that & more on the latest Korean News Update podcast episode from Korea FM.
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