South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

By On July 16, 2018

South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

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South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

How to manufacture multiculturalism.

By James Palmer, Ga-young Park |
The graffiti artist Chris Shim, aka Royyal Dog, makes multiculturalism the focus of a series of murals in his home city of Seoul, including this one in an alley, and around the world. (Jun Michael Park for Foreign Policy) The graffiti artist Chris Shim, aka Royyal Dog, makes multiculturalism the focus of a series of murals in his home city of Seoul, including this one in an alley, and around the world. (Jun Michael Park for Foreign Policy)

James Pal mer is the Asia editor at Foreign Policy. @BeijingPalmer

Ga-young Park is a journalist based in Seoul.

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