Korea’s Battle to Keep the Lights On

Elderly rural residents in South Korea’s southeast – short, grandmotherly figures in the brightly colored clothes and broad visors typical of elderly women –are tussling with police young enough to be their grandsons in a battle that could have far-reaching implications in the resource-poor country’s efforts to both cast itself as an nuclear power exporter and keep the lights on.

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