The Korean daily media headlines and humor
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Here are The Korea Post notice, humor from a Korean business daily and a roundup of important headlines from all major Korean-language dailies, TV and other news media this morning:
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Finally, it is the day after tomorrow! Please do not miss this rare opportunity to view the entire expanse of the Siwaho Tide Electric Power Plant from a 100-meter-high Observation Tower during the tour of the 2015 Ansan International Street Arts Festival on Friday afternoon, May 1, 2015.
Excellencies and Madams will also see the highly classified Power Generation Facilities under the ground and see a 10-minute introductory video.
As mentioned in the Schedule of Invitation already transmitted to Your Excellency, the meeting time is 2 pm and the meeting place is Grand Hyatt Seoul.
Partly cloudy skies are forecast for the day with a high of 27 degrees centigrade and a low of 14 degrees.
If Your Excellency has not made a reservation, please call David Chung (English) or Ms. Kim Jung-mi (Korean) at 2298-1740/2, 1745/6, 010-3481-1101 (David) or 010-3388-1682 (Ms. Kim).
Show the food of your country to the Korean people, expatriates
For exhibition at the Namyangju Slow Food & Life Expo in October this year to be sampled by half a million people expected to visit during the Expo.
Please introduce the mouth-watering food of your country while it is hot.
At Ansan Culture Plaza on May 1-3, 2015
Ansan City hosts International Street Drama Festival
The Ansan City, some 26 miles southwest of Seoul, hosts the 2015 Ansan International Street Drama Festival (AISDF) at the Ansan Culture Plaza on May 1-3, 2015 in a three-day run on the theme of ‘City in Action!’ which is also a slogan for the event.
A total of 61 works will be presented during the Festival, namely 48 from Korea and 13 from nine foreign countries.
The AISDF poses a substantial contrast with conventional street drama festivals in the fact that it attempts to produce new works created through a harmonious merger between the intrinsic artistic value of the street dramas and regional features of Ansan.
Among the 12 official entries are six Korean works and the remaining six entries from a number of different countries, namely France, Australia, the Netherlands and Portugal.
The Korean works consist of (1) AnNyeong (literally, “Hi!”) created by Creative Group NoNI, (2) Falling As I Lean Against the Wall, (3) Living The Good Life by Ambiguous Dance Company, (4) Pyro Art Work by HWARANG Art Pyrotechnics (5) ‘Donkey Shadow Trial’ by Art-Factory Comma And and (6) Tempest by THEATRE HADDANGSE. Among the six Korean works, the opening work is AnNyeong.
Among the foreign works, the opening entry is one from France named Envolee created by Aerosculpture Group. Others include the Megaphone Project by the Megaphone Project from Australia, The Poet on the Street from the Netherlands and the Remaining People from Portugal.
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A scene from Envolee created by Aerosculpture Group of France.
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In a stressful American city a man stepped into an elevator on his way to the 15th floor.
As the door was shut, he discovered that all the indicator buttons were lit.
Furious at the prospect of stopping on every floor, he suddenly noticed, taped to the door, a piece of paper with a handwritten note:
“In the middle of the day full of pressure and haste, my gift to you is a fully justified break. So enjoy a few moments of total peace.”
He did just that as the elevator slowly made its way upward. When he got to his floor, he found himself amazingly refreshed.
The April 29 by-election will be held Wednesday.
Polls will open at 6:00 in the morning and close at 8:00 in the evening at 309 voting sites.
Japanese PM Doesn't Offer Apology on Sex Slave Issue
Foreign Minister says Japan should Reflect on Past
By-Election Polls Open
Parties Criticize Abe's Harvard Speech for Lacking Apology
Korea, Japan Finance Ministers to Meet in May
KOSPI Ends Lower
Export Prospects Bright for Semiconductors, Home Appliances
S. Korea Not to Approve Food Aid to N. Korea
S. Korean Fertilizer Sent to N. Korea
Gov’t Approves First Fertilizer Aid to N. Korea Since 2010 Sanctions
Deaths in Nepal Quake Top 4,400
N. Korea, Russia Accelerating Economic Cooperation
S. Korean Cities, Civic Groups Send Relief to Quake-Hit Nepal
Wage Gap Between Regular, Non-Regular Workers Widens
32 Million People to Travel During May Holiday
S. Korean Pianists to Compete in Chopin
Korean Fried Chicken Brand to be Sold at
Religious Groups to Help Quake-Hit Nepal
S. Korea, Chile to Boost Cooperation in Space Sciences
New Study Finds Phytoncide Levels Reach Highest in Morning
Gov't to Hold Contest to Discover Business Ideas
Lydia Ko Wins Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic for 2nd Straight Time
Ji So-yun Named PFA Women's Player of the Year
Pyeongchang Committee Forms Overseas Advisory Group
S. Korea to send 30 more rescue workers to Nepal
South Korea said Wednesday it will dispatch 30 more rescue workers and medics to Nepal later this week, with the death toll of a 7.8 magnitude earthquake there having exceeded 5,000.
S. Korea, Japan to resume finance ministers' talks
South Korea and Japan will resume talks between their finance ministers next month to discuss economic and fiscal issues, despite strained diplomatic ties, the Seoul government said Wednesday.
Park makes slow recovery from illness
President Park Geun-hye is recovering from ill health caused by fatigue slower than expected, an official said Wednesday.
Samsung Electronics' Q1 net plunges 39 pct on-year
South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co. said Wednesday its net profit dipped 39 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier due to weak smartphone sales. Net income reached 4.63 trillion won (US$4.32 billion) in the January-March period, compared with 7.6 trillion won a year earlier, the company said in a regulatory filing.
Environment ministers of S. Korea, China, Japan set for ta..
S. Korea to send 30 more rescue workers to Nepal
Park makes slow recovery from illness
Wednesday's weather forecast
SK chief's daughter to fight piracy in Arabian Sea
U.S., Japan express commitment to diplomatic solution to N..
Japan's greater military role double-edged sw..
S. Korea not mulling massive food aid to N. Korea
U.S. seeks Russia's role in N. Korea's ..
Inter-Korean tension worsens in Q1: survey
Samsung's Q1 net dips 39 pct on weak smartphone sal..
Dongkuk Steel's Brazilian steel mill operator raises US$3 ..
S. Korea-Turkey trade up 6.2 pct in 2nd year of FTA
S. Korean builders, steelmakers suffer rating downgrades
Seoul shares open higher on large-cap gains
Beast to hold 1st solo concert in Hong Kong
CJ-hosted K-pop convention due on U.S. east coast
Ex-figure skater Kim Yu-na donates US$100,000 for Nepal qu..
Rangers' Choo goes hitless for 6th straight game
The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Four by-elections today
More than 300 polling stations will open today so voters can fill four parliamentary seats in Seoul, Incheon, Seongnam and Gwangju.
Ex-presidential secretary to be questioned
Prosecutors will question former senior presidential secretary for education Park Bum-hoon on Thur...
Won hits seven-year high against yen
The won has reached its highest level against the yen in more than seven years.
Lippert stresses cooperation on environment, energy
The U.S. wants to cooperate with Korea on the “new frontiers” of environmental issues, energy poli...
NK dampens hope for inter-Korean talks
Hopes for a resumption of inter-Korean talks took a blow Tuesday when the North called the South a destroyer of conversation.
FitBit launches new wearable
FitBit released Tuesday a new Charge HR-branded wearable device.
Singer said he see ghosts to evade military service
A Seoul court sentenced singer Kim Woo-joo to one year in prison, Monday, for attempting to evade ...
No change in US policy on North Korean nuclear issue
President Obama will discuss the North Korean nuclear issue with Japanese Prime Minis...
US-Japan alliance boosted
As Japan expands its international security role with American blessing, the U.S. will deploy more of its most-advanced weapons to Japan, as part...
Used item transaction sites vulnerable to scams
One user recently posted a comment at DC Inside, one of the nation’s biggest Internet forums, on how he made nearly one billion won ($934,000) in three days.
DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)
Weak yen hits a record low against Korean won
As a result of the strong Korean won in the foreign currency market, the Japanese yen sank below the 800-won mark in seven years and two months. The U.S. dollar also fell below the 1,070-won mark, hitting this year’s...
A massive African-American riot in Baltimore
A riot by African-Americans broke out in Baltimore, Maryland, some 60 kilometers northeastern of Washington, spreading plunder, arson and violence across the region. It is known that five to 10 Korean stores near...
Different responses to Pres. Park’s message on `Sung Wan-jong list`
The New Politics Alliance for Democracy lashed out against the message that President Park Geun-hye made for “Sung Wan-jong list” on Tuesday. While the ruling Saenuri Party made an official evaluation by saying that “It...
32 million expected to move during May golden week holidays
Korean people will soon enjoy golden week holidays that will last for a maximum of five days from Labor Day on May 1 to Children`s Day on May 5. During this time, it is expected that May 2 morning and May 3 afternoon...
Bournemouth promoted to the Premier League in 125 years
The AFC Bournemouth, a football club in England League Championship (second tier of English professional football), will be promoted to the top-flight Premier League for the first time in 125 years since its foundation....
`Captain America` Chris Evans in trouble due to sexual harassment remarks
"What happened to Captain America who told us to use polite words?" Chris Evans, who plays the title role of Captain America in the movie "Avengers: Age of Ultron" which is a huge box-office hit in Korea, is in trouble...
Controversies over N. Korean leader’s call for ‘highest-level’ talks
Ki Sung-yueng, Son Heung-min as promising Korean soccer players
New year’s wishes change over time
Samsung’s mobile phone beats Apple to top ACSI
Actor Lee Jung-jae reported to be in a relationship with Daesang heiress
N. Korean leader shows willingness to hold inter-Korean summit
U.S. military base in Yongsan bans civilian drones, model aircrafts
Japanese police on 14-year manhunt for cruel murderer
Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
Youngsters Feel Living Together Before Marriage Is OK
Young Koreans have predominantly liberal views about marriage now, a study suggests, with more than half saying it is OK for unmarried couples to cohabit. Seven out of 10 are in favor of cross-cultural marriages. >> Full Text
Women with Poor Education More Prone to Depression
The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs analyzed depression trends among women from 2010 to 2012 and found that the lowest income group had a 24.8 percent depression rate compared to 13.8 percent at the highest income group. >> Full Text
Small SUVs Just Keep On Coming
Small SUVs have been sweeping the market here since the start of this year as more young motorists pick them as their starter automobile. Their popularity is due chiefly to their showy dimensions but also to good performance, design and convenience with an acceptable price tag. >> Full Text
N.Korea Gives Up on Big Collective Farms
Samsung Frets About Prospects for Flagship Phone
Seoul Resumes Fertilizer Aid to N.Korea
Korea Sends Emergency Workers to Nepal
Park Cancels Appointments Due to Ill Health
Doctors Sound Warning Over Child Obesity
Korean Fried-Chicken Chain Takes on U.S. Stadiums
Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Pres. Park deflects blame on corruption scandal after returning to Seoul
After returning from S. America, Park conveys hasty statement ahead of Apr. 29 by-elections
President Park Geun-hye broke her silence after a chaotic ten-day absence from South Korea, pledging to root out corruption that recently surfaced in a scandal that implicated high-ranking members of her government. Park made a statement on Apr. 28, shortly after returning from a four-country tour of Latin America. A spokesperson said that when Park returned she was suffering from ill health and might take some time off.
Amendment of guidelines means closer US-Japan military cooperation
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe explained in a Wall Street Journal interview on Apr. 27 what Japan’s expanded military role and tighter military coordination with the US would mean after a recent amendment of the two countries’ defense cooperation guidelines.“If there was an attack against the U.S. [Aegis] destroyer [near Japan], Japan would not be able to prevent that from happening under the current law,” Abe said in the interview. .
Sewol committee launches sit-in, giving Pres. Park until May 1
On Apr. 27, Lee Seok-tae, chair of the special committee set up to investigate the tragic sinking of the Sewol ferry, announced that the committee would stop working and start a sit-in at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul. Lee wants President Park Geun-hye to address the issue of the enforcement decree for the special Sewol Law, which is infringing on the independence of the special committee. .
In Seoul, the UN of flophouses thrives
“We don’t have civil service exams in France. Needless to say, we don’t have flophouses for exam takers, either.” - Olivia Girade “We have studio apartments like this in Nigeria, but they’re much bigger.” - The rooms, 16-26 square meters in size, with an area for preparing simple meals and a small bathroom: basically the same as any other flophouse, with a monthly rent of 350,000 to 400,000 won (US$326-$373). .
Pres. Park back from overseas trip, with a mountain of crises awaiting her
After completing her tour of four countries in Latin America with a visit to Brazil, President Park Geun-hye departed from Sao Paulo, Brazil, early in the morning of Apr. 26 and arrived at Seoul Air Base in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province on the morning of Apr. 27. While the Blue House asserts that Park achieved clear results on the 12-day trip - her longest since becoming president - the political situation at home during her absence was a chaotic series of crises. .
Expansion of Japan’s military role from regional to global
A little over a year and a half ago on Oct. 3, 2013, South Korean received some shocking news like a bolt from the blue. “We welcome Japan’s efforts, including its exercise of collective self-defense,” came the message. It was an open expression of support from the US for Japan’s new collective self-defense rights, with Washington declaring at a U.S.-Japan Security Consultative Committee (2 2) meeting that day that it would “greatly bolster the US-Japan alliance’s capabilities in responding to a changing security environment in the Asia-Pacific region.” .
[Reporter’s notebook] US calling on S. Korea and Japan to “stitch up” historical disagreements
On the afternoon of Apr. 16, we were in the Dean Acheson Auditorium on the first floor of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The vice foreign ministers of South Korea, the US, and Japan had just completed a trilateral meeting and were holding a joint press conference. Perhaps because this was the first meeting that the vice foreign ministers of the three countries had held, there was nervousness in the air.When South Korean First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Cho Tae-yong was speaking,
JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)
Seoul wary of new U.S.-Japan defense guidelines
The Korean government urged continued consultation and transparency from the United States and Japan in regards to new bilateral defense cooperation guidelines signed Monday amid concerns of rising militarism in Japan. This new U.S.-Japan defense cooperation pact enables Japan’s Self-Defense Forces…
Appeals court brands Sewol captain a murderer
The captain of the Sewol ferry, who fled the capsizing ship before more than 300 of its passengers drowned, was convicted of murder by an appellate court Tuesday…
Park puts focus on pardons in payoff scandal
President Park Geun-hye took direct aim at the main opposition party Tuesday by promising an investigation into special pardons given during the Roh Moo-hyun presidency…
Hyundai Heavy keeps sinking in Q1
The country’s largest shipbuilders unveiled contrasting earnings reports for the first quarter on Tuesday, following a bitter 2014 that crippled major shipbuilders…
Kumho Industrial attracts single bid
Kumho Industrial, the crucial affiliate of Kumho Asiana Group, is likely to be handed to a new owner after Hoban Construction submitted the only bid.…
Lower marketing costs boost profits of LG U
LG U , the third-largest mobile carrier, reported an improvement in its first quarter performance thanks to reduced marketing costs…
Hyundai Card helps its retirees move on in life
On Tuesday, a Korean restaurant called Modern Han opened in Cheongju, North Chungcheong. It is the brainchild and retirement project of Choi Gang-young, 52.…
At Harvard, Abe doesn’t apologize to sex slaves
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe evaded an apology for coercion of women into sexual slavery during World War II in a speech at Harvard University, despite protesters…
Presidents’ brothers facilitated Sung’s pardons, source claims
The prosecution is expected to investigate the special pardons authorized during the presidency of Roh Moo-hyun, following President Park Geun-hye’s statement on Tuesday…
Shinhan’s new branch multitasks
Shinhan Financial Group launched its first combined branch for corporate investment banking services in Pangyo, Gyeonggi, known as the center of Korea’s creative economy,…
Yen below 900 won for first time in seven years
The Japanese yen’s value against the Korean won slipped below the 900 won mark for the first time in seven years and two months…
Economy looking up despite Kospi slide
The benchmark Kospi has retreated for the third consecutive trading day. The Seoul main bourse closed 9.87 points or 0.46 percent lower than the previous trading day…
1st C-Festival starts Friday
COEX, the nation’s largest convention center, hopes to attract 3 million Chinese and Japanese tourists during Korea Spring Tourism Weeks, which start Friday…
Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)
S. Korean duty free shop losing price advantage to Japan
As the yen continues to fall against the won, hitting the 800 won range Tuesday for the first time in seven years and two months, product prices at duty free shops in .. ...04.28 18:00
Park pledges to fight off corruption ahead of by-elections
President Park Geun-hye vowed efforts to root out corruption in a sick bed in a message delivered by her senior presidential press secretary Tuesday. Ms Park firstly c.. ...04.28 17:56
Sewol ferry captain sentenced to life in jail
South Korean ferry Sewol’s captain Lee Jun-seok, 70, who caused deaths of 304 passengers without taking appropriate steps to rescue them, was sentenced to life in jai.. ...04.28 17:34
Opposition party denounces President’s message
The main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) strongly protested President Park Geun-hye’s public message Tuesday, where Park expressed regret over t.. ...04.28 17:33
SK Telecom set to launch ‘home IoT’ service
South Korea’s largest mobile carrier SK Telecom (SKT) will launch ‘home IoT (Internet of Things)’ service on May 19, in which home appliances are embedded with comm.. ...04.28 17:09
Hyundai Motor to form body for ‘transparent management’
It took just 41 days before Hyundai Motor Group chairman Chung Mong-koo accepted shareholders’ proposal that Hyundai Motor should be the most transparent company. At.. ...04.28 14:52
Gov’t to carry out sweeping budget reform
The government subsidy spiked from 40 trillion won ($37.3 billion) in 2009 to 58 trillion won this year, with the research and development budget rising from 13 trilli.. ...04.28 14:43
Park accepts premier’s resignation
South Korean president Park Geun-hye accepted the resignation of prime minister Lee Wan-koo on Monday when she returned from her trip to four Latin American countries... ...04.28 11:14
Re-approval process puts 3 home shopping channels on edge
With the launch of the re-approval process for the nation’s three major home shopping operators - Lotte Home Shopping, Hyundai Home Shopping and NS Home Shopping - by.. ...04.27 18:00
Gov’t subsidy to be cut by $5.58bn
The amount of government subsidy which has been on the rise every year will be cut by about 6 trillion won ($5.58 billion) next year. The government’s R&D budget will.. ...04.27 17:54
The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
Lee Wan-koo 'I Have Much to Say, But I'll Leave in Silence'
President Park Geun-hye returned from her trip of four Latin American countries on April 27 and accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo that afte···
Special Committee for the Sewol, 'Failed to Enact the Decree in Over 6 Months... Call for the President's Decision'
Chairman Lee Suk-tae and some standing members of the Special Committee for the April 16 Sewol Disaster engaged in a sit-in on April 27 demanding the enactment ···
South Korea's Diplomacy 'Goes Missing,' While Situation Surrounding the Korean Peninsula Rocks Countries related to the Korean Peninsula are acting quickly to adapt to the changing international security and economic environment, and signs of a change in ···
[Editorial] What Has the Sung Wan-jong List Investigation Team Been Up to During the Last Two Weeks?
It has been more than two weeks since the Prosecutors' Office gathered a special investigation team for the Sung Wan-jong list. Let's summarize the investigat···
Angry at Attempt to Divert Investigation: Moon Aims at President Park
New Politics Alliance for Democracy leader Moon Jae-in personally requested the adoption of a special prosecutor in relation to the Sung Wan-jong scandal on Apr···
[Editorial] Revised South Korea-U.S. Nuclear Agreement, Not All Good News
Assessments of the revised nuclear agreement reached between South Korea and the U.S. were generally positive in South Korea. This is probably because the n···
[South Korea-U.S. Initial a Nuclear Agreement] Both Countries Save Face by Expanding 'Superficial' Autonomy between Nonproliferation and Nuclear Sovereignty
The revised nuclear agreement between South Korea and the U.S. which the two countries initialed on April 22 gives South Korea significantly more room to move c···
Ruling Party Blurs Government Corruption Issue by Including the Opposition Party in the Sung Wan-jong Investigation
The ruling party is trying to distract the public from focusing on the true nature of the Sung Wan-jong list scandal by trying to include the opposition party. ···
The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)
KB Financial Regains Top Position among Banks in Terms of Net Profit in 6 Years
KB Financial Group regained the No. 1 position among commercial banks in terms of net profit in six years. The group said on April 28 that its consolidated net profit for the first quarter was 605.0 billion won, up 68.4 percent from the same period last year. Shinhan Financial Group, which was the t...
[Market Insight] Former Samsung Electronics President Buys Dongbu LED at 11 Bil. Won
A private equity firm led by former Samsung Electronics president Kim Jae-wook will acquire Dongbu LED, a company currently being considered for a workout program. BNW Investment for which Mr. Kim is president created Stellar Private Equity Fund jointly with a KOSDAQ company in electronic components...
Hyundai Engineering Clinches Waste Treatment Plant Deal in Colombia
Hyundai Engineering has set out on April 27 to make plans for improving waste treatment systems in Colombia. The projects call for coming up with master plans for building waste treatment plants in Santa Marta, a city 740 kilometers north of the country's capital Bogota, and Ibague, a city 130 kilom...
LG U Sees Sales Down but Operating Profit Up Sharply in 1Q
LG U recorded a double-digit growth in operating profit in the first quarter of this year, although its sales fell. The hike in operating profit is attributable primarily to the reduction in marketing expenses and investment in plants and equipment. LG U announced on Aril 28 that it posted an oper...
Samsung’s Global Sales of Zipel T9000 Exceed 30,000 Units in 1Q
Samsung Electronics announced on April 28 that its global sales of Zipel T9000 refrigerator passed the 30,000 mark in the first quarter of this year. A Samsung official said, “Despite the first quarter being a traditionally slower time for the sales of refrigerators, the Zipel T9000 was sold more t...
AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)
National Assembly by-elections to be held in 4 districts Wednesday
AUTOMATIC BALLOT-SORTING MACHINES: Election management officials conduct a trial run of automatic ballot-sorting machines for vote-counting at a primary school in Gwanak-gu, Seoul, Tuesday, a day befo…
DPM Choi Kyung-hwan presides over Cabinet meeting
ACTING PRIME MINISTER: Deputy Prime Minister-Minister of Finance and Strategy Choi Kyung-hwan bangs the gavel during a Cabinet meeting in the Government Complex building in central Seoul, Tuesday. Cho…
Navy Look Festival held in Seoul
NAVY UNIFORMS & EQUIPMENT: Models present Navy uniforms and equipment for special warfare during the Navy Look Festival, which was held at the Gwanghwamun Plaza in central Seoul Tuesday to mark the 47…
Prospective homebuyers pack show house of apartment complex in Seoul
MODEL HOME: Visitors line up in front of a show house (also called a model home) of the E-pyonhansesang Hwarangdae Apartment Complex to be built in Muk-dong, Jungnang-gu, Seoul. Sunday. About 16,000 p…
China export fair opens at KINTEX
KOREA-CHINA FTA BUSINESS PLAZA: An export fair for small and medium-sized South Korean enterprises looking to sell their products to Chinese consumers opened at the Korea International Exhibition (KIN…
Romantic noir thriller 'The Shameless' to open in May
ACTRESS JEON DO-YEON: South Korean actress Jeon Do-yeon speaks during an event for "The Shameless," one of three homegrown films that have been invited to sidebar competition and non-competition categ…
Children participate in safety training program
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: Children set off portable fire extinguishers during a safety training program at a park in Yeouido, Seoul, Thursday. The program was divided into several categories, such as disast…
Nearly 60% of South Korean high school students are Facebook users: poll
Nearly 60 percent of South Korean high school students are Facebook users, a survey showed Friday. According to the online poll of 7,217 high schools conducted by the Educational Broadcasting Sys…
South Korean consumer sentiment rises in April
Confidence among South Korean consumers rose in April, the central bank said Friday. The country's composite consumer sentiment index (CCSI) for April stood at 104, up three points from the pre…
Diageo Korea releases new vodkas 'Smirnoff Espresso' and 'Smirnoff Blueberry'
VODKAS WITH ALCOHOLIC CONTENT OF 37.5%: Models pose with new vodkas "Smirnoff Espresso" and "Smirnoff Blueberry," both (with an alcoholic content of 37.5 percent) rolled out by Diageo Korea, the local…
[Patents in Future Technology] Technology That LG Has Focused
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LG Watch Urbane Releasing at $365Kim Yong-joo
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[Reportage] Galaxy S6 Makes a Great Hit in Huaqiang North, China
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UNIST Developed Battery-less ‘Wireless Smart Sensor’
Domestic research team has developed the ¡®wireless smart sensor¡? that does not need battery in the sensor itself. The development leading role was...
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Presales for LG G4 Begins...Factory Price, $825?
LG Electronics began presales for their strategic smartphone, G4 , on April 22nd, at SK Telecom, KT, and LG U . All three telecommunication companies started ...
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