South Korea: Fighting to Prevent Lives Lost at Sea

For five years in a row, South Korea is seeing a rising number of human-caused maritime accidents, with experts now calling for the government to take more substantive action.

By Sunny Um, South Korea correspondent, Maritime Fairtrade

According to the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries in South Korea, the total number of accidents, including physical…

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