Shaplen, Robert
December 1972
New Yorker;12/2/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 41, p128
The article reflects on the political situation in South Korea in 1972. It comments on South Korea president Park Chung Hee's criticism about the fire accident that happened at the Tae Yun Kak Hotel in Seoul. It also discusses on the objection of Park on some Korean politicians to declare a martial law in the country.


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