|Name||Price / year||# of Issues / yr||Price / Issue||Slant||Digital only option?||Bonuses||Misc. Notes||Sign-up URL|
Moderate (slight left)
|yes, through app store||Year price incl Digital + Print|
iOS devices can get digital editions free with print, but not Android.
|The Nation||$91||34||$2.68||Liberal||$18 / yr|
|The Economist||344,000||52||Right||150,000 won / year|
Digital + Print = 415,000 for the year
$36 / year (on pdf and iOS app)
|Free ebook, access to 90 year archives||Student rate - $60 / year|
|The New Yorker||$139||47||$2.96||Left|
$89 / year; $149.999 for D + P
|Great introductory rates available|
I couldn't get the sign-up page to accept my Korean mailing address. Customer Service unresponsive.
|Wall Street Journal||$440||52||$8.46||Right||$198/ year|
Introductory rates available for up to 1st year
|Foreign Policy||$95||12 (maybe 10)||$9.50-$7.92||Left||$72 / year|
|National Interest||$50||6||$8.33||Right||$20 / year|
International Herald Tribune
It's complicated. Basically, no.
Student discount available. English language Joongang Ilbo (Korea news) included
IHT published by Joongang Ilbo in Korea. Seems impossible to connect print subscription account to NYT apps or website.