New Progressive Party (South Korea)
The New Progressive Party (NPP) was a left-wing political party in South Korea. The New Progressive Party was established by a number of Democratic Labor Party members (known as 'People's Democracy Fa...
Bong Joon-ho
Bong Joon-ho (Hangul: 봉준호; born September 14, 1969) is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. His films include South Korean hits Memories of Murder (2003), based on a true-life serial mur...
Roh Hoe-chan
Roh Hoe-chan (Korean: 노회찬, born August 31, 1956 in Busan) is a South Korean politician. He has a bachelor's degree in politics from Korea University. He was in the Democratic Labor Party as member...
Park Chan-wook
Park Chan-wook (Hangul: 박찬욱 [paktɕʰanuk]; born August 23, 1963) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter, producer, and former film critic. One of the most acclaimed and popular filmmakers in...
Labor Party (South Korea)
The Labor Party (LP) is a left-wing political party in South Korea. It was known as the New Progressive Party until July 2013.
Park Jung-geun
Park Jung-geun ([pak t͈ɕʌŋɡɯn]) is a South Korean photographer. He received a suspended 10-month prison term for violating South Korean National Security Law by resending North Korean tweets.
Park No-ja
Pak Noja (born February 5 1973) is a Russian-born South Korean academic of Korean studies, and columnist.
Pak Noja was born to a Jewish family in Leningrad, Soviet Union. His Russian name is Vladi...