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South Korea / Civil Unrest #101354

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 1986
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Judd Rose) Growing indications that Philippines' successful revolution may be spilling over into South Korea examined; scenes shown. [MAN - equates situation with Philippines.] Dissidents' approach to ousting dictator Chun Doo Hwan described. [Opposition leader KIM Dae Jung - believes Chun has been influenced by Philippines revolution and US response; remarks transcribed on screen.] Significance of sermon this weekend by Cardinal Kim Sou Hwan and similarities with Catholic church's role in Marcos' fall considered. Differences between both cntrys.' situations cited. [Ambassador Kyung-Won KIM - notes strength of Korean economy]

Koppel, Ted;
Rose, Judd

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