China is to blame for South Korea’s air pollution. Really?

To the untrained eye, it seems like a foggy day in Seoul. The air is thick enough to taste and the visibility is just metres. Out of the haze emerge businessmen hurrying to work, women heading to the shops, mothers and children on the school run. Even in this fashion conscious city, they are all wearing the same thing: surgical style masks, as if scared to show their faces.On the streets, fear is indeed in the air, but this is no fog. It is the same killer dust that has helped make South Korea…



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