Environmental Management in the Republic of Korea: Origin, Policy, Program, Questions
Seoul, Korea, hosted the Summer Olympics in 1988. During the Olympics NBC television showed features of Seoul that included high-rise buildings, the Han River, air pollution and crowds. The Han River was very polluted even in the 1960s and 1970s, and strange-looking fish have been caught by anglers.
KeywordsEnvironmental Policy Democratic Liberal Party Political Reform Environmental Affair Political Protest
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