D.P. writer Kim Bo-tong wants to “fight the oblivious notion that the military is better now”. Photo: Netflix
D.P. writer Kim Bo-tong wants to “fight the oblivious notion that the military is better now”. Photo: Netflix
South Korea

Netflix’s D.P. stirs memories for South Korean ex-soldiers, from bullying to PTSD

  • The series has been praised as a sobering reflection of life in the service, which has a history of abuse and cover-ups
  • While the defence ministry has moved to quell criticism of the military following the series’ release, former soldiers say too little has changed

D.P. writer Kim Bo-tong wants to “fight the oblivious notion that the military is better now”. Photo: Netflix
D.P. writer Kim Bo-tong wants to “fight the oblivious notion that the military is better now”. Photo: Netflix
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