The Korean daily media headlines and humor
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Here are The Korea Post notice, humor from a generous former Asian ambassador and 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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The Korea Post notice
Handong Global University stands out with many distinguishing features
Unrivaled long string of scholarships, financial assistance
Most of the high school graduates and their parents in Korea tend to insist on winning matriculation ¡®at all cost¡¯ at Seoul National University or other ¡®prestigious¡¯ universities in Seoul such as Yonsei, Korea, Ewha (for women), Sogang and a number of others.However, closely examining other universities in Korea, such as those in different localities out of the capital city, one is appalled at the outstanding features of other universities in various localities, which stand out in various aspects. The Korea Post has embarked on ¡®discovering¡¯ such universities across the country and introducing them to the students and parents for a fresh look into the reality in the educational circles in Korea.
The first university is Handong Global University (HGU) which is located near Pohang where POSCO is situated. Unlike other universities, students at HGU come from Seoul instead of their going to Seoul from the local regions. A quick glance at a breakdown of students at HGU from different localities shows 31.2% from Seoul and the surrounding ¡®Capital Zone,¡¯ 18.7% from Daegu Metropolitan City (MC) and Gyeongsangbuk-do, 12.4% from Busan MC, Gyeongsangnam-do (including Ulsan) 9.2% from Gwangju MC and Jeolla provinces, 11.9% from Daejeon MC and Chungcheong provinces, 2.4% from Gangwon and Jeju regions. This situation is rarely noticed with other universities in Korea, and may be construed as an indication that HGU has features that outshine other universities, including those in Seoul.
One of the outstanding reasons is the generous scholarships offered by the University and other supporting organizations and the outstanding features attractive to the students and parents. For further details, please visit: /news/view.html?section=162&category=182&no=946
Ambassadors and their spouses are invited to in the middle of June this year tour the campus facilities of the Unity and also to visit the POSCO Museum and the picturesque Yeongil-Dae Pavilion that protrudes into the sea from the shore of Pohang. Invitation will be emailed and faxed to the Excellencies> In case of transmission failure, please contact Tel 2298-1740/2, 010-3388-1682 (Korean), 010-3481-1101 (English) or 010-5201-1740 (Chairman Lee Kyung-sik).
Main building of the Handong Global University campus in Pohang, near POSCO.
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Humor from a generous former Asian ambassador
Pun for fun
Ques: What do Snowmen call their offspring?
Teacher: Why have you stuffed cotton wool in your ears, do you have an infection?
Pupil: Well, you keep saying that things go in one ear and come out through the other so I am trying to keep it all in!
She wasn¡¯t a blonde
Kelly was standing in front of Cohan's Tavern when he saw a driverless car rolling slowly down the street.
He ran to the car, jumped in, and pulled on the emergency brake with a jerk.
Kelly got out and very proudly said to the man approaching him, "I stopped it!"
"I know, you idiot!" said the man. "I was pushing it!"
During an educational theory lecture at an American university the professor stressed the importance of being sensitive to cultural differences.
An attractive young woman insisted that there was no difference between cultures apart from dress, language and food.
A student from the Middle East stood up. ¡°You have stated that your culture has not significantly affected how you think, am I correct?¡±
¡°That¡¯s right,¡± she answered.
¡°And that there are no important differences between my culture and yours?¡±
His handsome face lit up with a dazzling smile.
¡°I am happy, then, because I find you very attractive. I have only two wives and would like you to be the third.¡±
Park Meets US Secretary of State
President Park Geun-hye met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Seoul to discuss bilateral issues including North Korea¡¯s nuclear threats. The...
S. Korea, India Promote Ties as Special Strategic Partnership
Nation Marks 35th Anniversary of May 18 Uprising
Park Meets US Secretary of State
S. Korea, India Promote Ties as Special Strategic Partnership
UN Secretary-General Ban Arrives in S. Korea
KT&G Exports Outperforming Domestic Sales in 2015
70% of Start-Ups in S. Korea Close Within 5 Years
S. Korean Carriers to Retire Aged Aircraft
Rodong Sinmun: N. Korea's SLBM Test Signifies US Defeat
N. Korea Again Rejects Gaeseong Meeting
Official Defects from N. Korea Out of Fear
Ex-Japanese PM Urges Japan to Resolve Sex Slavery Issue
S. Korea's Internet Fastest in World
Japan Seeking to Win Int¡¯l Recognition for Colonial, WWII-Related History
Survey: Majority of Seoul Citizens Believe Changing Social Class is Difficult
Rising Number of Foreign Residents Call Seoul Home
Nation Marks 35th Anniversary of May 18 Uprising
Jarasum Int'l Jazz Festival Signs MOU
Gwangju International Film Festival Kicks Off
Character-Building Courses Required for
Local Scientists Develop Energy-Generating Photosynthesis System
S. Korea's Technology Level Estimated at 78.4% of US
S. Korea, Chile to Boost Cooperation in Space Sciences
UFC to Make S. Korea Debut on Nov. 28
Kim Tae-hun Defends World Taekwondo Title
Final Roster for Women's World Cup Unveiled
Unemployment among youth with no job experience hits 12-year high
Unemployment among young South Koreans with no prior job experiences reached an over 12-year high last month, government data showed Tuesday, a sign of growing economic uncertainty that is affecting the labor market.
Mixed fortunes for S. Koreans at World Taekwondo Championships
South Koreans had decidedly mixed fortunes at the 2015 World Taekwondo Championships that wrapped up in Russia on Monday.
Producer prices down for 9th straight month in April
South Korea's producer prices declined for the ninth straight month in April in tandem with lower oil prices, central bank data showed Tuesday.
U.S. court rules Samsung did not infringe on Apple's 'trade dress' intellectual property
A U.S. court ruled Monday that Apple cannot collect damages from Samsung Electronics for its claims that the South Korean electronics giant copied the overall look and feel of iPhone, a decision expected to lower the US$930 million damages awarded to Apple.
Unemployment among youth with no job experience hits 12-ye..
Kerry hints at possible THAAD deployment on Korea..
China urges easing of inter-Korean tensions
Ultra HD panel penetration hits 16 pct in April: data
Producer prices down for 9th straight month in Apri..
Mixed fortunes for S. Koreans at World Taekwondo Champions..
Korean-Australian golfer wins LPGA Tour
S. Korea vows to make history at Women's World Cup
S. Korea, India sign co-production treaty
The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
'Japan can retaliate against North Korea'
Japanese Defense Minister Gen Nakatani said Sunday that Japan could retaliate against a North Kore...
FKI mulls Pyongyang office
The Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) is considering setting up a liaison office in Pyongyang to facilitate inter-Korean business cooperation, FKI officia...
Division mars Gwangju Uprising memorial
The families of the victims of the May 18, 1980, Gwangju Uprising were still unable to reconcile w...
Few job applicants reclaim submitted documents
For every job interview, Han Min-zi, 28, has to submit her photo, TOEIC score sheet and an original copy of her college diploma, just like many other jobseeke...
Gov't considering measures to boost outflow of dollars
Having a huge amount of dollars is not always good when it comes to the national economy.
Galaxy S6 Edge adds sleekness to high-powered hardware
Powerful multi-core mobile processors with an embedded graphic unit and faster network module have...
Cats killed most often on Seoul roads
Motor vehicles kill an average of 10 animals a day in Seoul, according to a study released Monday.
Man swallows hamster in front of children
Police Monday investigated an instructor at a rural boarding facility who bit a hamster to death and swallowed it in front of children.
No glass ceiling for women in Kuwait: speaker
Women¡¯s rights and democracy seem to be the most controversial topics regarding Middle Eastern cou...
Sohn emerges as top opposition contender in Honam region
Sohn Hak-gyu, a former lawmaker of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD),...
Park's political affairs secretary quits
Cho Yoon-sun, the senior presidential secretary for political affairs, has stepped down, taking re...
DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)
Japanese defense minister hints possible attack on NK
Japan`s Defense Ministry openly announced that it could attack North Korea`s missile base by executing its collective right of self-defense. Though its remarks were made on assumption that the North is preparing a...
George W. Bush: ¡®C` students, you, too, can be president¡¯
¡°And as I like to tell the ¡®C¡¯ students: You, too, can be President.¡± Former U.S. President George W. Bush delivered this message in his keynote speech at a university¡¯s commencement ceremony, winning massive...
Pro-Roh faction uses SNS to rescue Rep. Jung Cheong-rae
"Rep. Jung Cheong-rae is indispensible to our party," wrote four-term lawmaker Shin Ki-nam, member of pro-Roh Moo-hyun faction of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy, on his Twitter account on...
Former FSS official probed for alleged ties with Keangnam Enterprise
Prosecutors have probed Kim Jin-soo, 55, a former Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) deputy governor, for allegedly giving a favor to Keangnam Enterprise in its workout process on Monday. An investigation into a...
Ki Sung-yeung undergoes right knee surgery, to skip World Cup qualifiers
As Ki Sung-yeung, 26, received a surgery to remove bone fragment in his right knee and is thus set to refrain from playing, national team Coach Uli Stielike will have to agonize over the team¡¯s roster ahead of the World...
Rory McIlroy sets string of records at Wells Fargo Championship
In his hay day, Tiger Woods, 40, drew public attention due to the question of by how many pars he will defeat the rival, rather than whether he would win a title at all. He dominated the rivals so overwhelmingly that he...
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)
How Kim Jong-un Gets Rid of Threats to His Power
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un appears to be applying a sometimes brutal strategy of divide and rule to bring the powerful military under control and assert his supremacy. >> Full Text
College Grads Face 33:1 Odds in Landing a Job
University graduates face odds of 33:1 in landing a job this year. This is partly because businesses are cutting back on hiring amid a slow economy and a regulation mandating retirement at 60 starting next year, which would prevent them from laying off staff who are nearing that age. >> Full Text
Korea's Kimchi Trade Deficit Grows
Korea's staple dish kimchi is generating more and more losses amid a glut of cheaper Chinese kimchi and declining exports to Japan. According to Korea Customs Service data, Korea's kimchi trade posted a US$11.38 million deficit in the first four months of this year, up from a $5 million deficit over the same period last year. >> Full Text
N.Korean Purges Continue
Kerry Arrives in Seoul
Jeju Air Delay Holds Up Over 800 Passengers
Lee Chung-yong Starts First Premier League Match in Four Years
Knee Surgery Brings Ki Sung-yueng's Season to Early Close at Swansea
Population of Seoul Dwindling
Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)
[Column] The NIS peddles unconfirmed intelligence to manipulate the media
If alleged execution of Hyon Yong-chol in North Korea ends up being false, trust in intelligence agency will fall even further
The way that the alleged purge of North Korea¡®s Minister of the People¡¯s Armed Forces Hyon Yong-chol was reported in the South Korean media reveals to the public what is currently wrong with the National Intelligence Service (NIS). It shows how the NIS, South Korea¡¯s main spy agency, appears to have actively peddled unconfirmed intelligence.
[Reporter¡¯s notebook] A nation that is leaving its elderly for dead
Mt. Kamuriki in Japan¡¯s Nagano Prefecture is known by the nickname ¡°Ubasute.¡± It¡¯s a term that translates roughly into ¡°abandoning the old woman.¡± A family there fell on hard times, the story goes, and the members decided to take their elderly aunt, a woman they¡®d cared for like a mother, and leave her on the mountain to die. They repented when they saw the moonlight, it is said, and returned the next day to bring her home. .
[Photo essay] May 18 continues to this day
¡°The May 18 Democratization Movement did not end with the deaths early in the morning on May 27, 1980, the day the movement was crushed by military force. It was reborn as a long march toward democracy in South Korea and is still alive today. Democratic development in South Korean society has reached a point where there is no longer a place for military dictatorships, and the history of unjust governments trampling on the rights of the people will not be repeated.¡± .
[Reporter¡¯s notebook] Comic book rental system leaves creators as starving artists What¡¯s a suitable price for a comic book rental? After the success of Lezhin Comics, many companies have been jumping into the paid online comic market, especially for mobile devices. Kakao Page, the company¡¯s web comics and ebook service, has adopted an active paid-access policy, offering only the first part of its comics for free and requiring payment for the rest. A new app called Story Forest offers access for a flat rate. .
With Queer Culture Festival approaching, Seoul in a bind
As anti-gay groups increase their opposition to the Queer Culture Festival, which is scheduled for next month at Seoul Plaza, the city of Seoul finds itself searching for answers. Held since 2000, the Queer Culture Festival is a festival for homosexuals, bisexuals, transgender individuals, and other sexual minorities. .
Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong inherits two chairman positions from his father Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong was appointed chairman of the board of the Samsung Life Public Welfare Foundation and the Samsung Foundation of Culture, positions that had been held by his father, Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee. With the son taking over two of the three positions from the elder Lee - chair of the two foundations and of Samsung Electronics - industry insiders are seeing this as a symbolic move that reflects the actual transfer of power. .
Former Cyber Command spy-ops head sentenced to prison for 2012 election interference
The former head of the psychological operations division at the R.O.K. Cyber Command was sentenced to two years in prison for political interference in the 2012 presidential election.Lee Tae-ha, 62, had been charged with political interference and incitement to destroy evidence under the Military Criminal Act for enlisting the organization¡¯s commanders in a systematic operation to spread internet and social media posts slandering opposition candidates and politicians and supporting ruling party candidates and policies during the election. .
Women get South¡¯s permission to cross DMZ from North Korea
The South Korean government granted permission for female peace activists from around the world to cross the peninsula¡¯s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on foot.While it recommended that participants use the Gyeongui railway to cross from North to South, the organizers reaffirmed their plans to cross at Panmunjeom as originally planned.
JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)
Kerry takes tough stance on Pyongyang¡¯s behavior
U.S. secretary of state mentioned referring Kim Jong-un to ICC
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said during his visit to Seoul that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is well on his way to being referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) considering his uncooperative behavior and that Washington is mulling stronger punitive measures, including sanctions¡¦
Please ¡®Make in India,¡¯ Modi urges Korean firms
Following visits to China and Mongolia over the weekend, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Korea on Monday to meet President Park Geun-hye at the Blue House¡¦
Saenuri¡¯s Kim abused at Gwangju memorial
Ruling party Chairman Kim Moo-sung made an unprecedented visit to an event in Gwangju on the eve of the anniversary of the 1980 uprising Sunday and was showered¡¦
North raises some nouveaux riches
Last month Lee Byung-ho, director of South Korea¡¯s National Intelligence Service, told South Korean lawmakers that among North Korea¡¯s elite¡¦
Pyongyang hopes for investment from South
Several informants told the JoongAng Ilbo that North Korea is hoping that major South Korean conglomerates will set up manufacturing plants and other operations in North Korea¡¦
Tycoon¡¯s son says father, Ban were ¡®close¡¯
The son of late businessman Sung Wan-jong supported prominent suspicions in a recent interview that United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had previously met¡¦
Presidential aide resigns over pension plan impasse
Presidential Secretary for Political Affairs Cho Yoon-sun resigned from her post Monday to take responsibility for a parliamentary delay in passing a long-waited¡¦
Envoys from five middle-power nations tout Mikta forum. The top envoys from the five middle-power countries of Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, Turkey and Australia gathered to discuss the need to solidify the group¡¯s identity¡¦
ID verification loosened
Starting in December, people will be able to apply for new bank accounts without having to show up at a brick-and-mortar branch, the nation¡¯s top financial regulator said Monday¡¦
Listed firms report strong profits in Q1
The profits of listed companies on Seoul¡¯s main bourse increased in the first quarter compared to a year ago, and they surged when excluding Samsung Electronics¡¦
Foreign buyers give Seoul¡¯s shares a boost
Backed by the No. 1 beauty company AmorePacific and other cosmetics shares, the Kospi on Monday nudged up 0.34 percent, or 7.22 points, to 2,113.72.¡¦
Kumho creditors agree to negotiate
The chance for Chairman Park Sam-koo to secure his governance of Kumho Asiana Group has strengthened as the creditors of Kumho Industrial have agreed to negotiate¡¦
Government prepares measures to boost exports
To counter the steady decline of exports, particularly to China, the Korean government is preparing to roll out new tax breaks and other support measures next month¡¦
Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)
Alibaba opens Korea-only mall
Tmall, an e-commerce site of Alibaba, the Chinese largest ¡®e-commerce dinosaur,¡¯ has launched a Korean mall exclusively designed for marketing Korean products. South.. ...
S. Korea agrees on $10bn financial support for India
The Korean government and the Exim Bank of Korea have agreed to extend a financial support of $10 billion for infrastructure projects in India. Korea and India also beg.. ...
Trade minister says will rush to enact business reorganization support law
The South Korean government is seeking to formulate and pass a ¡®special act for supporting business overhaul¡¯ within the first half this year, in a bid to step up th.. ...
Jitters escalating over possible exodus of S. Korea¡¯s FinTech firms
With South Korean FinTech firms making little progress due to a host of regulations, major advanced nations are coming forward to attract the Korean firms with high te.. ...
Gov¡¯t in drive to stave off fiscal cliff in Q4
The South Korean government, which estimated tax revenue shortfall at seven trillion won ($6.4 billion) to nine billion won this year, started to come up with measures.. ...
Indian PM to meet S. Korean biz leaders on visit to Seoul
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi would start a business move with determination on Tuesday, the second day of his visit to South Korea. After the political schedu.. ...
LG Chem set to build EV battery plant in China
LG Chem is seeking to foster China into its third market to manufacture its electric car battery following South Korea and the US. LG Group chairman Koo Bon-moo last.. ...
Secrets behind success of AmorePacific in China
AmorePacific, a South Korean cosmetics manufacturer, has become a gigantic player with 5,000 employees (including sales workers) and 500 billion won ($461 million) in .. ...
Daum Kakao head lambasts FinTech environment in S. Korea
¡°Considering Alibaba¡¯s Yu¡¯ebao, based in China, holds 100 trillion won ($92 billion) in mobile payment balance, Bank Wallet Kakao which allows transfers up to only .. ...
Corporate restructuring to embark for shipbuilders
Industry-wide restructuring will likely begin in earnest with the shipbuilding industry the first to be under such move. Notably, Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine mulls ...
The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
"The State Should Compensate Death of Civilian in U.S. Bombardment during the Korean War"
For the first time the court ruled that the country should provide compensations to the family of a civilian victim who died from shelling by the U.S. military ¡¤¡¤¡¤
"50/50" Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's "50/50" Visit to South Korea
Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) Ban Ki-moon (photo), 71, called the "50/50 secretary-general" because he has left all possibilities open halfway ¡¤¡¤¡¤
[Editorial] Kang Ki-hun Acquitted, but Not a Word of Apology from the Perpetrators
Kang Ki-hun, who has been called the Korean Dreyfus, was acquitted in a retrial on the allegations that he wrote another man's suicide note. He was acquitted 2¡¤¡¤¡¤
Lone Star Files 5-Trillion-Won Lawsuit against South Korea: Controversy over Confidentiality
For the first time, the South Korean government will be subject to litigation concerning an investor-state dispute (ISD). The trial will begin at the Internatio¡¤¡¤¡¤
Moon Jae-in in Crisis Pulls out Two Cards: Qizhanmasu (ëèóÖØ©áÚ) and Innovation
At a meeting of the party's Supreme Council at the National Assembly this morning, Moon said he had qizhanmasu in his heart and said, "I asked that he (Jeong)¡¤¡¤¡¤
Kim Jong-un's Reign of Terror: North Korean Military's Second-in-Command Purged
On May 13, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) announced that they received intelligence suggesting that North Korea's Defense Minister Hyon Yong-chol, sec¡¤¡¤¡¤
President Park ¡°I Sigh Whenever I Think about the Pension¡±
Given that the Saenuri Party has already taken a step back from the initial agreement, it appears the president is determined to push the ruling party aside and¡¤¡¤¡¤
[Editorial]Why Are Ministers Choi Kyung-hwan and Moon Hyung-pyo Fueling Conflicts between Generations?
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Strategy and Finance Choi Kyung-hwan and Minister of Health and Welfare Moon Hyung-pyo have made a se¡¤¡¤¡¤
The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)
Korean and Indian Summits Agree on Tariff Reduction
In a summit meeting on May 18 between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Korean counterpart Park Geun-hye, both leaders agreed to upgrade the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement the two countries signed years ago. Although the Korea-India CEPA took into effect in January 2010, its duty-...
Korean CEOs to Meet Indian PM on 19th
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a state visit to Korea, will meet chief executives of major Korean companies on May 19. Before attending the Korea-India CEO Forum to be held at the Lotte Seoul on the 19th, Mr. Modi will have a meeting with Doosan Group chairman Park Yongmaan who is also chai...
Won Value Appreciates This Year against 18 World Currencies out of 21
The value of the Korean won has appreciated against most of the world's major currencies this year to date. According to the Bank of Korea on May 18, the won value strengthened against 18 out of 21 major currencies including the U.S. dollar, euro, and Japanese yen for the past four and a half months...
Korea's 10 Major Exporters Lose 3 Tril. Won from "Strong Won"
A study said Korea's ten major corporations including Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor took losses in excess of 3 trillion won due to unfavorable currency movements in the first quarter. According to the Korea Economic Daily based on an analysis of first-quarter performance of top-two companies...
Korean Children Unhappiest Bunch in the World
A study said the degree of happiness subjectively felt by Korean children was lowest among those from 12 countries. According to an international survey conducted jointly by international non-governmental organization "Save the Children" and the Social Welfare Research Center at Seoul National Unive...
AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)
Rape flower festival held on Seorae-seom Islet in Han River
Citizens stroll in the rape flower field during the 2015 Rape Flower Festival on the Seorae-seom Islet in Han River, Seoul, Sunday.
Posted : 2015-05-18 16:03:43 |Updated : 2015-05-18 16:03:43
South Korea keeps base rate unchanged at 1.75% for May
South Korea's central bank Friday kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a record low of 1.75 percent for a second straight month in May. The Bank of Korea's (BOK) has lowered the b¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-15 15:59:04 |Updated : 2015-05-15 16:06:32
Ex-Doosan head Park Yong-sung called in for questioning on graft allegations
A student pins a carnation corsage on Park Yong-sung, a former head of the Chung-Ang University Foundation, as Park appeared at the Seoul District Prosecutors¡¯ Office in southern Seoul. Friday. Park w¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-15 15:56:58 |Updated : 2015-05-15 15:56:58
Teenage actor Yeo Jin-goo and actress Gil Eun-hye cast in 'Orange Marmalade'
Teenage actor Yeo Jin-goo and actress Gil Eun-hye wave during an event for KBS2's new fantasy melodrama ¡°Orange Marmalade¡± at the GLAD Hotel in Yeouido, Seoul, Tuesday. The 12-episode series, whic¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-14 17:02:10 |Updated : 2015-05-14 17:02:10
Job fair packed with students
Students look at a booklet during the "KB Goodjob" fair at COEX in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul, Wednesday. About 250 companies participated in the two-day job fair hosted by KB Kookmin Bank.
Posted : 2015-05-14 16:24:23 |Updated : 2015-05-14 16:24:23
Foreign students experience traditional Korean coming-of-age ceremony
Foreign students experience a traditional Korean coming-of-age ceremony to celebrate the passage from childhood to adulthood at Konkuk University in Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Wednesday. South Korea's le¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-14 16:22:50 |Updated : 2015-05-19 09:03:29
KB Kookmin Bank holds job fair
Job seekers, mostly young people, line up during the "KB Goodjob" fair at COEX in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul, Wednesday. About 250 companies participated in the job fair to recruit talented graduat¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-14 16:16:31 |Updated : 2015-05-14 16:16:31
Girl group EXID member Hani sings OST of animated family film 'Home'
South Korean girl group EXID member Hani, a publicity ambassador for Dreamworks' 3D animated family film "Home," sings "Fee the Light,' the movie's OST, during a showcase for the film at t¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-13 16:59:50 |Updated : 2015-05-13 16:59:50
3D animated family film 'Home' to open May 21
South Korean girl group EXID member Solji, a publicity ambassador for Dreamworks' 3D animated family film "Home," arrives to attend a showcase for the movie at the Time Square in Yeongdungpo-gu, S¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-13 16:58:29 |Updated : 2015-05-13 16:58:29
Tiguan retains top spot as best-selling imported model in South Korea in April
Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDI Blue Motion retained its top spot as the best-selling imported model in South Korea in April with 847 units sold, industry data showed Tuesday. In the January-April perio¡¦
Posted : 2015-05-12 16:32:37 |Updated : 2015-05-12 16:32:37
¡°Superior Than UHD, Competition For 8K Display¡¯s Commercialization Becomes A One-Upmanship¡±
AS UHD TVs are spreading rapidly, competition in developing product that is superior to UHD TV such as 8K quad-UHD display products became more serious. Following S...
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KT, Powercube, And The City Of Seoul Plan To Install Electric Car Charger At 10,000 Different Places By The End Of The Year
High-tech electric car chargers with Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are going to be installed in the entire area of Seoul. KT exchanged a Memorandum ...
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¡°To Make Seoul As Asia¡¯s Hub For Entrepreneurs.¡± Google Seoul Campus Manager Lim
I am going to make Seoul as the main hub in Asia for entrepreneurs.¢®¡¾ Google Campus Seoul finally opened its doors on the 8th. Although many ...
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A Developer, KAIST Graduate Success In Commercializing IoT Platform
A developer, KAIST graduate, was successful in commercializing a platform for IoT equipment. A final IoT product can be made in a short period of time because softw...
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Sun System Develops Subminiature Next-Gen SSD with 256GB
South Korea¢®?s small businesses issued a challenge to Solid State Drive (SSD) market that is dominated by Samsung Electronics, SKhynix, Intel, and other global ...
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