South Korean politician Choo Mi-ae at a panel event in 2015. Wikimedia Commons
By Kim Myong-sik
The Korea Herald-Nov 21
The end of the line for Park Geun-hye, the first and only woman president of South Korea, was feared to have a restraining effect on female politics for some time. Yet, new possibilities are seen for a surge of female politicians, with some new faces drawing the spotlight in the administration and legislature with remarkable individual talent and prowess.
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First published in: The Korea Herald