In this report we present research findings from the Stanford Korea Democracy Project. The chapters of the report provide descriptive analyses of protest and repression events related to South Korea’s democracy movement. By quantitatively summarizing different attributes of protest and repression events, we offer a systematic account of social movements occurring in the period between 1970 and 1992. Access to the data used in the report is currently limited to project researchers. We estimate the data will be released for public use in 2024-2025.