Over the past year or so, hundreds of Yemenis fleeing civil war have ended up on the tourist island of Jeju, off the coast of South Korea. The government in Seoul — and much of the South Korean public — has been less than welcoming. Host Carol Hills speaks with Se-woong Koo, publisher of the online magazine Korea Exposé, from Seoul.
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