INVESTIGATIONS: Seoul's School For Scandal

Espionage 301. Honors seminar for students of superior ability and interest in the theory and practice of buying the favor of U.S. Congressmen and other high officials. Lecture and laboratory.

This entry never appeared in any college catalogue. But for several years, Kim Sang Keun, 44, the South Korean CIA's second-ranking officer in Washington, has been directing such a seminar regularly in his embassy's third-floor library. For field work, he sent his students—all South Korean diplomats and intelligence agents—out to win support for the Park Chung Hee regime in Seoul by compromising American politicians and officials with money and...

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