Do South Koreans see their interest lying with Europe and the United States, or with their neighbors in Asia? Do they view China as a potential security partner, or as a threat? What do they think of their own economic policies?
This year, GMF and the Asan Institute for Policy Studies have partnered to produce International Trends, a survey of Korean public opinion on questions of domestic and international policy. The results, integrated with those obtained through GMF’s annual Transatlantic Trends survey, paint a complex picture of the concerns of the South Koreans and their relationship with the transatlantic partnership.