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War and Remembrance

Seven years ago today I “crashed” the 50th Anniversary of the Korean War Commemoration at the War Memorial Museum in Yongsan.I say “crashed” because I had not been formally invited to the event nor was I a member of the press corps. I had interviewed South Korean General and war hero Paik Sun-yup a few […]

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Into the Wild Blue Yonder

When I was writing for the Korea Times I got to travel a lot, meet a lot of people and do some cool stuff like flying in at F-16. Into the Wild Blue YonderBy Jeffrey MillerFeature Writer OSAN AIR BASE—It takes a special kind of man or woman to strap themselves into the cockpit of […]

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The day I met Yoko Ono

I was very fortunate when I was writing for the Korea Times from 2000-2006 to have the opportunity to cover some very special events including Yoko Ono’s first visit to Korea in 2003.Yes, Yoko Ono By Jeffrey MillerFeature Writer When this reporter heard Yoko Ono was going to be in Seoul to open an exhibition […]

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Could I have interviewed the next president of Korea?

The other day my friend Kyle and I were talking about some of the articles I had written for the Korea Times when he asked me if I had interviewed any famous Koreans.“Yeah, I interviewed a couple,” I said. When I was writing for the paper as a feature writer from 2000-2006 I had the […]

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The Panmunjom Ax Murder Incident, 25 Years After

This article originally appeared in The Korea Times on August 17, 2001.Twenty-five years after Capt. Arthur Bonifas and Lt. Mark Barrett were brutally attacked by ax-wielding North Korean People’s Army (KPA) soldiers in the Joint Security Area (JSA) of Panmunjom, Mark Luttrull still regrets not accompanying Bonifas that day. “I always felt that had I […]

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