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Deaf Rights in South Korea

Watch an interview with Hee-Kyung Cho “Choy” about the situation of deaf rights in South Korea in the year 2009.
Screenshot from a video shows one woman signing to another woman.

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International Deaf Perspective: South Korea

Watch an interview with Hee-Kyung Cho “Choy” about deaf rights in South Korea. For example, she talks about the fight for access to education and television. During the interview, she was a Board member of the World Federation of the Deaf Youth Section (WFDYS). The video posted in 2009. Therefore, compare to more recent sources to learn how deaf rights in South Korea have changed.

Meanwhile, the video is in American Sign Language. It does not have captions or a transcript.

Also learn about the South Korean Association of the Deaf.

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