Seungmock Oh

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Seoul, South Korea

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Seungmock Oh

Seungmock Oh is a journalist based in Seoul, South Korea. 

I was trained as a journalist at Cardiff University, in the United Kingdom, where I earned an MA in International Journalism, through which I acquired advanced journalistic investigation skills to gather and analyze information from documents, human sources and the real world. 

I have work experiences of reporting on business, international regulatory and technology issues of radiocommunication for worldwide audience. 

My reports have been published by Reorg Research, reporting on Hanjin Shipping’s receivership with the court, bankruptcy and liquidation; the World Radiocommunication Report(Week), a Geneva based newspaper specializing in radiocommunication regulatory; as well as Business Korea, a business magazine of South Korea. 

As part of my journalistic-project based MA dissertation, China’s Strategic Intention on the North Korean Territory, I wrote three features which investigated China’s claim on historical identity of North Korean territory, China’s economic policy towards North Korea and China’s role in plausible scenarios for the future of North Korea. 

The features are based on analysis of information from document sources such as journalistic reports, governmental statements and reports from think tanks, as well as human sources including governmental officers of South Korea including a former unification minister and experts in the United States, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and South Korea and escapees from North Korea. 

I am strongly committed to report only the truth to the world in journalistic standard.


English Korean

This report is about a Japan's star novelist's tweet calling for rape of a statue of sexual slavery. The report provides details of Japanese military sexual slavery, often called "comfort women".


This is a news story, published by The Compass, a student run newspaper in Cardiff. The main news is about a new air service connecting Cardiff, Wales and Dusseldorf, Germany.


This is a business news report, published by Business Korea. The main news is that the Kolon Industries Inc., a South Korean company pleaded guilty to conspiracy to steal trade secrets of the Kevlar technology of DuPont.

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