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ARIRANG NEWS [FULL]: Cho Kuk steps down as justice minister 35 days after taking post



▪ Cho Kuk steps down as justice minister 35 days after taking post

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Kyung Wang
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Kyung Wang

Since Cho Kuk step down he can try to apply new job "chief of un-justice ministry"

takasi 1
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takasi 1

北朝鮮工作員法相 祝辞任
北朝鮮工作員大統領 亡命間近

toshitoshy
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toshitoshy

Fallen idol

伊藤博文
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伊藤博文

Now he is out of power. It's time to hunt down.

AK SNA
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AK SNA

nothing but comedy

rastaman rastaman
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rastaman rastaman

Cho Kuk, you disappointed us.
We have hoped that Cho Kuk could put South Korean people into the prison as the political criminal of pro-Japan.

Eric Dakh
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Eric Dakh

It’s scary that prosecutors can start an investigation without evidence in South Korea.