South Korea has a surprisingly good grip on the corona crisis – even without a strict lockdown policy, as in many European countries. Why is that?
Seven weeks later, psychologist Whang Sang-min is sitting in a café in Seoul and smiling at the camera on his smartphone. South Korea has disappeared behind borders, travel restrictions apply.
So the reunion has to take place via video call because it is time to ask what the professor with his often idiosyncratic views now thinks about the health crisis.