On November 27 this year, The Korea Post turns 30 years old. The Korea Post was established on that day three decades ago by Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik after leaving Korea’s leading English daily newspaper, The Korea Herald, as Cultural Editor.
The then Maj. Gen. Chun Doo-hwan seized power following the untimely death of the late President Park Chung-hee in 1979 shot by the then Korean Intelligence Agency director Kim Jae-kyu.
During the past 30 years since its birth, The Korea Post has grown substantially, and now operatesfive English and Korean news media units, namely three in English and two in the Korean language. Specifically, The Korea Post now publishes:-
1. Korean-language Internet newspaper updated real-time
2. Korean-language newspaper in print
3. English-language Internet edition
4. English-language Internet daily newsletter, and
5. English print monthly
The Korean-language newspaper, as well as its Internet edition (www.koreapost.co.kr), is becoming increasingly popular among the Korean readers, especially the major business company CEOs as well as the government leaders find their own language publications much more comfortable than with English editions.
The Korean-language edition of The Korea Post (in both print and Internet) is at your service. Contact Ms. Kim Jeong-mi at 010-3388-1682 or 2298-1740/2 for the publication of your Korean-language news releases.