In this February/ March 2019 Edition :US Coast Guard in Jeju / First Cruise to Gangjeong “Civilian-Military” Port / 2nd Jeju airport? It is an air force base! / Henoko base construction despite referendum / Solidarity visit in Okinawa / Hawaii-Alaska solidarity resists aerospace industry / ROK military satellite and F35-A fighter jets / Citizens’ campaign for a Jeju Non-nuclear […]

By Choi Sung-hee It was February 20th, the next day of opening of Island Council provisional meeting that Won Hee-ryong, Jeju Island governor, announced his will to drive for the 2nd Jeju airport project. His deed infuriated Island people as they were demanding the Council to make a resolution to stop the basic planning for the 2nd Jeju airport. About […]

                        By Kaia Curry [On] December 13, 2018, about 40 participants from a variety of civil society organizations gathered at Alddreu Airfield, and before holding a memorial for the victims of the Nanjing Massacre, Mun-hee Oum led a visit to the massacre site at Seotal Oreum (volcanic cone). On […]

  by Choi Sung-hee While many people were full of positive expectation for peace in Korea as they witnessed the 3rd inter- Korean Summit meeting in Pyeongyang, North Korea, on Sept. 19th, there was a Korean village that could not join such festivities, feeling betrayed and abandoned. It was Gangjeong village, the Life and Peace village of less than 2,000 […]

  In this October/ November 2018 Edition : The Nightmare of a Fleet Review in Jeju/ South Korea to have blue-water navy, imperialist ambitions?/ Resisting Empire in the 21st Century/ Korea and the war in Yemen/ Delivery of Jeju April 3rd Petition to the US embassy/MD system extension in South Korea/ Bijarim Road and the 2nd Jeju airport project/ For […]

Go to Original site Go to the related petition 20/10/18 – Pax Christi International has signed onto the 2018 International Solidarity Statement against the International Fleet Review in Jeju. The statement follows below. A number of Pax Christi members in the Asia-Pacific region have also signed onto the statement. We, the undersigned organisations and individuals, strongly oppose the International Fleet […]

The endorsement was joined by 435 international supporters including many well-known activists, artists and scholars. We thank so much to all the international citizens who joined our endorsement. We also remember that there are much more international friends who support our struggle. We so thank them and express our solidarity, also. Please see the related article, here.       […]

  This article originally appears in the Medium here For a related urgent enforsement “No Fleet Review in Jeju”, please fo to here.   By Nan Kim Nan Kim is a Medium member since Oct 2018. She is the author of Memory, Reconciliation, and Reunions in South Korea: Crossing the Divide/professor of contemporary history/anthropologist/public historian/working mom   Air shows. Water […]

Please go to HERE for sign.  The signs are collected by 9 October 6pm(GMT +9, South Korea time), and will be published on the 10th.  Endorsement for the international statement “NO ROK Navy 2018 International Fleet Review in Jeju Naval Base”