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‘My home country pushed me away’: how returning expats became South Korea’s pandemic scapegoats

By Jongheon Kim, Doctorant, Université de Lille
Ivan Sainsaulieu, Professeur des université - Sociologue, Université de Lille
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South Koreans living away from home have been frequent targets for suspicion and ire during the pandemic. Some even report being shunned by their families.

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