The same generation who was in their teens during the Sewol Ferry disaster grew up to be the young adults mostly struck down by last weekend’s Halloween crowd crush tragedy in Seoul, South Korea. With officials pointing the fingers at each other over who’s to blame, how does this generation grapple with the reality that no one is coming to save them?

Even though improvements to public safety were promised in the aftermath of the ferry sinking, the ‘blind spots’ that led to an unregulated crowd proved that South Korea’s leadership has failed its younger generation yet again.

Through the escalating horror, there did emerge a few heroes who pulled their fellow peers to safety. But was it too little too late? And how will the nation move forward?

Originally published at https://www.seoulite.tv on November 3, 2022.

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Another completely preventable public safety tragedy befell South Korea during Halloween festivities in Seoul. At least 154 deaths and 82 injuries transpired over the course of several hours due to crowd crushing on the public streets. The mostly young revelers in their twenties tried to escape without avail. Many couldn’t even move an inch and found themselves squeezed between bodies until they went into cardiac arrest. Why did it happen? And who should be held to blame?

Originally published at https://www.seoulite.tv on October 31, 2022.

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This week, video and audio footage was leaked by fans of K-pop boy group Omega X. They suffered horrible abuse from their own management company’s CEO on the final leg of their international tour. Not only were they yelled at and attacked in public, the entire Omega X band was abandoned in Los Angeles and had to buy their own plane tickets back to South Korea. What is going on?

Plus, in this episode of The Shade Report, discover a fast and effective way to clean your make-up sponges and brushes! And the sale continues for our amazing LED light technology duo for collagen regeneration and younger-looking skin!

Originally published at https://www.seoulite.tv on October 29, 2022.

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A crazy idea has been circulating around the media and message boards: sending BTS’ Jin to the Dokdo Islets to complete his mandatory military service! Why the sudden interest and what would it accomplish? However, is this proposal even feasible? How far are politicians willing to go to use BTS’ fame for their own political agendas?

Plus, in this episode of The Shade Report, discover a new K-beauty solution to tired looking eyes! Get immediate relief from staring at a screen all day while receiving a 15-minute LED light treatment for sagging under eyes and crows feet!

Originally published at https://www.seoulite.tv on October 27, 2022.

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We’re only one day away until the BTS Yet to Come Concert in Busan! For those who didn’t get a ticket, you can come to Haeundae Beach to attend an outdoor live simulcast event for free. It looks like a first-come, first-serve but is the space large enough and are they ready? Come with me on a complete walk of the Haeundae Beach boardwalk! I’ll start you off at the spot that locals usually take behind the iconic Westin Chosun Hotel.

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Originally published at https://www.seoulite.tv on October 15, 2022.

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Sean Lim

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