In South Korea, gender wars heat up as presidential hopefuls court ‘antifeminist’ voters

Feb 23, 2022 | INVESTING

As South Korea enters a bitter presidential race, Hong Hee-jin is one of many young women who feel the country’s politics has become dominated by discrimination against women, even outright misogyny.“Women are being treated like they don’t even have voting rights,” said the 27-year-old office worker in Seoul.For years, South Korean women have made slow but steady progress in the workplace as they confronted an entrenched culture of male chauvinism and harassment. But this extremely tight…

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