K.J. Noh

K.J. Noh is a long time activist, writer and teacher.  He can be reached at k.j.noh48@gmail.com

The U.S. Makes a Mockery of Treaties and International Law

South Korean Dictator Dies, Western Media Resurrects a Myth

The Legacy of Baek Ki Wan: a South Korean Icon for Democracy and Reunification

The US is Set on a Path to War with China. What Is to be Done?

How to Yellow-Cake a Tragedy: the NY Times Spreads the Virus of Hatred, Again

New York Times Pours Linguistic Gasoline on North Korean-US Negotiations

Destiny and Daring: South Korean President Moon Jae-In’s Impossible Journey Towards Peace

Making a Mockery of International Law: the Arbitral Tribunal on the South China Sea Prepares the Way for War

Hillary Clinton’s Speech to Goldman Sachs

South Korea’s Betrayal of the “Comfort Women”

Why the TPP Must be Opposed at All Costs: It’s Worse Than You Think

A Revolutionary Love Story

Semantic Warfare: Words as Guided Missiles

The Semiotics of Face Slashing in South Korea

Republic of Torture, Republic of Terror

The Economic Myths of Santa Claus

Echoes of Terror on the Korean Peninsula

Why Oliver Stone Came to JeJu, Korea