The Korean daily media headlines and humor
Thursday, May 28, 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 notices
Handong Global University stands out with many distinguishing features
An 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.
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President Seung-hoon Chang of the University cordially invites Your Excellency with Madam, with other Ambassadors and Madams, to visit the University on Thursday 11 June 2015 and invitation has already been forwarded to each Excellency. In case of our transmission failure, please advise us at 2298-1740/2 or 1745/6. Our cellphone numbers are 010-5201-1740 (Chairman Lee), 010-3388-1682 (Korean) and email address email@example.com.
Humor from a generous former Asian ambassador
Evils of the spirit
A father was trying to teach his young son the evils of alcohol.
He put one worm in a glass of water and another worm in a glass of whiskey.
The worm in the water lived, while the one in the whiskey curled up and died.
"All right, son," asked the father, "what does that show you?"
"Dad, it shows that if you drink alcohol, you will not have worms."
Change of Will
An elderly gentleman had serious hearing problems for a number of years.
He went to the doctor and the doctor was able to have him fitted with a set of hearing aids that allowed the gentleman to hear 100%.
The elderly gentleman went back in a month to the doctor and the doctor said, "Your hearing is perfect. Your family must be really pleased that you can hear again."
The gentleman replied, "Oh, I haven't told my family yet. I just sit around and listen to the conversations.............. I've changed my will three times already!"
A blonde bought a brand new car and decided to drive down from some place far off, to meet this friend. She reached there in a few hours. After spending a few days there, she decided to return, and called up her mother to expect her in the evening. But she didn't reach home in the evening and not the next day either. When she finally reached home on the third day, her distraught mother ran and asked her what happened?
She got out, obviously very tired from a long journey, and said, "These car designers are crazy! They have four gears for going forward, but only one for going back!"
The preacher is repairing the church fence. Little Johnny is standing nearby for a long while.
The preacher asks him, “Do you want to speak with, son?”
“No, I’m just waiting.”
“Waiting for what?”
“Waiting to hear what a preacher says when he hits his finger with a hammer.”
Concerns of MERS Spread as More Cases Confirmed
The number of MERS, or Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, cases in South Korea has increased to seven as of Thursday morning, the highest number of...
Health Minister Apologizes for Spread of MERS
S. Korea Moves to 25th Place in National Competitiveness
Household Debt Surpasses 1.1 Quadrillion Won
Park Praises Small Firms for Creating Jobs
S. Korea, US, Japan Discuss Boosting Sanction Effects on N. Korea
S. Korea's Officially Assessed Individual Land Price Rises 4.6% on Average
S. Korean Youth Unemployment among World's Highest
Overall Exports Down, Exports to US Jump
N. Korea Dispatches Wave-Piercing Crafts Near Western Sea Border
JCS Official: N. Korea Building Military Site Near Maritime Border
Gaeseong Firms to Pay Wages This Week
US Expert Calls on Washington to Review N. Korea Policy
Japanese Police: N. Korea's Bureau 39 Involved in Illegal Mushroom Trade
US Scholar Applauds Japanese Historians for Statement on Sex Slavery
Another Victim of Japan's Wartime Sex Slavery Passes Away
S. Korea's Labor Groups to File Suit with ILO Against Gov't
No. of Newborns Marks 3-Year High
Seoul Citizens Most Frequent Moviegoers
50 Couples Take Part in Belated Marriage
Buddha's Birthday Services Held
Concerns of MERS Spread as More Cases Confirmed
MERS Infections Rise to 7
Jeju Island Working to Become Completely Carbon Free by 2030
Suspended Swimmer Park Tae-hwan to Resume Training Next Month
An Byeong-hun Wins BMW PGA Championship
Rhythmic Gymnast Son Yeon-jae Wins Bronze in Individual All-Around
S. Korea, Uzbekistan agree to push for economic projects
South Korea and Uzbekistan agreed Thursday to push for large-scale cooperative projects in the Central Asian country, a move that could further boost their economic ties.
BOK to finance 200 bln won for gov't loan program
South Korea's central bank on Thursday announced plans to pump in 200 billion won (US$180 million) into the state-run housing agency to support a government loan program aimed at easing household debt risk.
S. Korean, U.S., Chinese nuclear envoys to meet in Beijing
South Korea's top nuclear negotiator left for Beijing on Thursday to meet with his Chinese counterpart and discuss measures to counter North Korea's growing missile and nuclear threats.
21 soldiers injured in bridge collapse during training
A small wooden bridge collapsed in the border town of Hwacheon on Thursday, injuring 21 soldiers who were undergoing midnight training, military authorities said.
S. Korea, Uzbekistan agree to push for economic projects
World Bank to mark 60th anniversary of S. Korea's membersh..
(LEAD) USFK says anthrax sample at Osan Air Base safely de..
S. Korean, U.S., Chinese nuclear envoys to meet in Beijing
North Korea(LEAD) N. Korea slams Park for U.S. visit plan
S. Korea confirms two more cases of MERS
S. Korea, Uzbekistan agree to push for economic projects
Bank lending rates fall again in April
BigBang to release new album
June fixtures set for men's national football team
Seoul to support animated film on wartime sex slaves
FC Seoul, Seongnam FC eliminated from AFC Champions..
FC Seoul eliminated from AFC Champions League
The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Site of 1st electricity generation found
The site of Korea's first power plant, which supplied electricity for the Joseon Kingdom (1392-191...
Remember drone rules
The government Wednesday issued a reminder about penalties that can be issued to drone operators i...
Hyundai Sonata to take on Google's infotainment
Hyundai Motor’s 2015 Sonata will have Google’s infotainment system, Android Auto, in a first among global carmakers, Hyundai Motor America said Wednesday.
Moon protege receives suspension
The New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) was divided Wednesday over a one-year suspension im...
Sadang Station tops sex offense list
Sadang Station, southern Seoul, had the highest number of reported sexual offenses last year, acco...
Court orders Lone Star to pay tax
An appeals court ruled Wednesday that Lone Star Funds should pay some 64.8 billion won ($58 million) in a corporate tax refund suit filed by the U.S. buyout f...
More older couples divorce
Older couples divorced more than younger couples in Seoul last year, according to the Seoul Metropolitan Government Wednesday.
Samsung's holding company scenario draws attention
The proposed merger of Cheil Industries and Samsung C&T is reigniting speculation that Samsung Group will be restructured under a holding company system.
Park world's 11th most powerful woman: Forbes
President Park Geun-hye was named the world’s 11th-most powerful woman Tuesday by Forbes magazine.
Seoul, Washington urge China to press NK
South Korea and the United States are calling on China to step up pressure on North Korea amid Pyongyang’s growing nuclear threats.
'AIIB can help solve North Korean nuclear standoff'
If a China-led bank allows North Korea to enter into its system, it could help resolve the North Korean nuclear standoff, a North Korea expert said Wednesday.
NPAD innovation chief declares end to factional disputes
Kim Sang-gon, head of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD)’s task force for innovation, ...
Perception gap in Middle East worries Korea
What would you do if your business partners are clashing on every single issue? They perceive the ...
DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)
Envoys from Seoul, Washington, Tokyo agree to step up pressure on Pyongyang
South Korea, the United States and Japan have agreed Wednesday to step up pressure and sanctions on North Korea following Pyongyang`s repeated provocations without responding to an offer by the three countries, China...
Korean researchers develop ‘smart shoes’ designed to help correct walking style
A team of Korean researchers has developed "smart shoes" that enable the wearer to correct walking styles. The team led by senior researcher Kim Jong-ho at the Center for mass and Related Quantities under the Korean...
Golfer Jeon In-ji enjoys zenith in career this season despite excessive fatigue
“It hurts so much that I wake up instantly due to pain while sleeping. I feel like I am suffering severe ache all over my body.” When Jeon In-ji, 21, was talking to this reporter over the mobile phone, her voice...
Samsung`s Cheil Industries to merge with affiliate Samsung C&T
Cheil Industries and Samsung C&T, the two companies currently holding key positions in Samsung Group`s holding structure, are merging, in a sign that Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong will take greater control of the group....
PM-nominee Hwang Kyo-ahn nomination motion submitted
The Presidential Office sent nomination motion of Justice Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn as prime minister to the National Assembly Tuesday as well as letter of personnel hearing request. Parliament leaders of the main and...
Secretive N. Korean agency involved in mushroom smuggling: report
Japanese police have acquired evidence that North Korea`s Office 39, a secretive government organization managing the North Korean ruling family`s funds, is involved in illegally exporting mushroom to Japan, the...
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)
Korea Fears More MERS Virus Infections
Korea became home to the fifth-largest number of patients with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in the world as two more cases of MERS were confirmed on Thursday, bringing the total to seven, and more infections feared. >> Full Text
Plastic Surgery Fees to Be Displayed in Several Languages
The Ministry of Health and Welfare will display fees for plastic surgery in several languages in order to prevent brokers from overcharging foreigners or demanding exorbitant commissions. >> Full Text
KLPGA Opens Doors to Foreign Golfers
The LPGA of Korea has decided to invite foreign golfers to the Korean professional women's golf tour for the first time. It announced Wednesday that it will hold an international qualifying tournament in September for non-Korean golfers which will have four rounds in a stroke play system. >> Full Text
Korea's Competitiveness Ranking Rises to 25th
Will Ban Ki-moon Run for President?
China Has More Than 1 Million Millionaires
Fuel-Efficient Diesels Still Popular Despite Low Gas Prices
Samsung's 'Ironman' Phone Sells Like Hot Cakes
Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Samsung merges two key links as part of third-generation succession process
The next step for Samsung Group could be conversion to holding company, but not yet clear how much commitment there is to such a move
Two key links in the Samsung governing structure, Cheil Industries and Samsung C&T, are being merged and re-launched under the Samsung C&T name. The move suggests Samsung is speeding the succession of group control under a new system, with Cheil Industries’ majority shareholder, third-generation leader and Samsung Electronics vice chairman Lee Jae-yong gaining a tighter grip over the group.
NIS targeted teachers’ union for official status revocation
Troubling evidence has emerged that the National Intelligence Service (NIS) under former director Won Sei-hoon attempted to strip the Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union (KTU) of its official status and to force labor unions to leave the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU). .
[Reporter’s notebook] How to harness Korean kids’ ‘dreams and gifts’
“We need education that teaches skating to Kim Yu-na and swimming to Park Tae-hwan.” This was the message from Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Hwang Woo-yea during a May 7 visit to his alma mater. Hwang mentioned the two sports stars repeatedly while advertising the “free semester” system as a way of harnessing the “dreams and gifts” of middle school students young enough to be his grandchildren. .
Japan broadening its meaning of exercising collective self-defense
The Japanese government has clearly indicated that exercising its right to collective self-defense could include carrying out a preemptive strike on “enemy bases,” referring to North Korean missile bases. After Japan and the US revised their defense guidelines at the end of last month, the Japanese government seems to be gradually increasing the examples it offers of how it might exercise this right. .
Japanese historians release statement, arguing comfort women were forcibly recruited
Sixteen Japanese historical research organizations issued a joint statement declaring that the comfort women were recruited “against their will” and that this must be seen as “forced recruitment.”This represents a direct rebuttal of the administration of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which has been distinguishing “compulsion” from “forced recruitment” in an attempt to avoid legal responsibility. .
Police in North Jeolla to introduce first use of body cams
South Korean police are getting their first body cams, devices that can be attached to their bodies to record footage at the scene of incidents they are sent to. The North Jeolla Provincial Police Agency announced on May 25 that it was conducting pilot operations for South Korea‘s first body cams, cameras that are attached to the chest of an officer’s uniform to record footage when visiting an incident scene. .
Women Cross DMZ say next year they’ll try to go from South to North Korea
After WomenCrossDMZ sent a message of peace by crossing from North to South Korea via the DMZ on May 24, the group announced on May 25 that it will be working to organize a second crossing of the DMZ next year, this time from South to North Korea. .
JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)
Envoys discuss pressure on North
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Yen is not only factor in Japanese profits: KITA
Japanese companies have been seeing huge improvements in their profitability thanks to the Shinzo Abe government’s weakening of the yen to regain export competitiveness…
North has new and fast submersible
North Korea has deployed new high-speed, wave-piercing vessels capable of evading radar at its Yellow Sea Fleet Command, a top military official told the JoongAng Ilbo…
Fintech firms display their wares at FSC’s Demo Day
Cutting-edge financial technologies were on display Wednesday at the second round of “Demo Day,” a monthly event organized by the Financial Services Commission…
New Hyundai Motor PR a two-way street
At Hyundai Motor Group’s Namyang R&D center, about 40 people were gathered. After a five-step countdown, Kia Motors’ new K5 accelerated to 40 kilometers…
Avengers in starring role at IT show
From 3-D printing to Internet-enabled electronic machines, the 2015 edition of the World IT Show opened Wednesday to show off the latest developments in Korea’s IT industry.…
E-Land ready to rumble for a duty-free license
Just a few days shy of the deadline to apply for a Seoul duty-free business license, E-Land announced plans to join the fray…
Park and Obama to meet June 16, Blue House says
President Park Geun-hye will visit the United States on June 14 for talks with her American counterpart Barack Obama, the Korean and U.S. presidential offices…
Korea improves in IMD competitiveness index
Korea ranked 25th out of 61 countries in an internationally recognized index measuring the competitiveness of nations. Although the index says Korea generally moved…
Five MERS cases are most outside Middle East
A fifth patient was confirmed to have contracted a potentially fatal respiratory disease from the Middle East Wednesday, a week after the first patient was diagnosed.…
Saenuri chairman attempts to make good following criticism
When the only son of the late President Roh Moo-hyun openly and harshly criticized the chairman of the ruling party at a ceremony Saturday to commemorate …
Debt continues its record march
Amid growing concerns regarding a recent hint by the U.S. Federal Reserve that it would raise its benchmark interest rate in the near future, Korea’s household debt…
Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)
Suspected case of MERS in North Jeolla Province
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Public pension reform negotiation falls through
The ruling and opposition parties Wednesday continued their marathon negotiation until midnight to pass the bill on public servant pension reform at the National Assem.. ...
POSCO gets green light for joint project from China
South Korean steelmaker POSCO got the green light to start a joint project with Chongqing Iron & Steel to build a FINEX steel mill with an annual production capacity o.. ...
Sungdong Shipbuilding could be merged
Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering which has been under joint control of creditors for six years due to liquidity crisis is now in talks to merge with either S.. ...
S. Korean startups show very few exit cases: Report
A growing number of people are creating new companies along with a global frenzy of my own business and boosted by the government’s assistance under the creative econ.. ...
Welfare ministry to provide foreign patients with cosmetic surgery check l..
The South Korean government has released medical expense guidelines on cosmetic surgery in Korea, aiming to provide foreign patients with transparent information. The .. ...
Park and Obama to hold summit talks in June
President Park Geun-hye is to visit the US from June 14-18. President Park will travel to Washington DC and Houston in the US on the invitation of US President Barack .. ...
Regulator bans sales of ‘Baeksuho’ products for fake ingredient
South Korea’s food safety regulator confirmed that Cynanchum wilfordii (called ‘Baeksuho’ in Korean) products on the market contained fake ingredient of Cynanchum a.. ...
‘White elephant’ 88 Country Club put up for sale
88 Country Club in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, a flagship ‘white elephant’ for the South Korean government, would be put up for sale once again, as its operational purpose .. ...
Samsung to merge units for next generation takeover
Samsung Group is one step closer to its leadership shift to vice chairman Lee Jae-yong. During the board of directors’ meetings Tuesday, Cheil Industries and Samsun.. ...
The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
Kim Moo-sung "Former President Roh Moo-hyun's Achievements Should Be Praised"
Saenuri Party leader Kim Moo-sung (photo), 64, said on May 26, "I criticized former President Roh Moo-hyun a lot in the past, but we should distinguish his con···
[Editorial] The Five Major Rivers Project: The Four Major Rivers Project Wasn't Enough?
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has been secretly promoting a plan to utilize our rivers, which would allow development projects on five majo···
Signs of Frozen South Korea-Japan Relations Melting: A Two-Track Policy without a Summit
South Korea's diplomatic relations with Japan, which was practically severed after the launch of the Park Geun-hye government, is quickly making progress. The ···
[Editorial] The Introduction of the Wage Peak System Should Be Left in the Hands of Labor and Management
The South Korean government is encouraging the adoption of the wage peak system. On May 7, the government released plans to have all public agencies mandatorily···
[Editorial] South Korean Government Remains Still at U.S. Pressure to Station the THAAD System
A day after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry mentioned the stationing of the Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) system along with North Korean threats···
?South Korea May Suffer up to 11 Trillion Won in Damages if Mount Paektu Erupts
According to a recent estimate, South Korea may sustain up to 11.1 trillion won worth of property damage if a volcanic eruption occurs on Mount Paektu. A tea···
U.S. Assistant Secretary Rose, 'Considering the Permanent Stationing of THAAD on the Korean Peninsula'?
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[Editorial] North Korea's Disappointing Cancellation of Ban Ki-Moon's Visit
?Yesterday, North Korea abruptly canceled UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's trip to Kaesong. Ban was scheduled to visit the Kaesong Industrial Complex t···
The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)
1Q Household Credit Increases by 12 Tril. Won to 1,100 Tril. Won
The household credit balance has approached the 1,100-trillion-won level as of the end of March this year. According to a report "1Q 2015 Household Credit" published by the Bank of Korea on May 27, the first-quarter balance of household credit was 1,099.3 trillion won, up 1.1 percent (11.6 trillion ...
Chinese Gov't Approves POSCO's Finex-based Steel Mill in Chongqing
POSCO said on May 27 that the Chinese government approved on the 22nd a joint project to build an integrated steel mill with an annual capacity of 3 million tons in the southwestern city of Chongqing based on POSCO's proprietary "Finex" technology. The Korean steel maker has waited for Chinese appro...
CJ O Shopping Knocks on Mexican Home Shopping Market
CJ O Shopping, one of Korea’s leading home shopping channels, is making forays into Mexico’s home shopping market. The company announced on May 26 that it will establish a joint venture Televisa CJ Grand with Televisa, the largest media group in Latin America, and launch a TV home shopping service...
Convenience Store Sales Up 28.4% in April
Convenience stores enjoyed more than a 28-percent growth in April sales thanks to the increase in their gains arising from the hike in cigarette prices. During the same period, department stores also marked a slight increase in sales but discount stores suffered a decline in sales. The sales of larg...
New K5 Adopts Wireless Smartphone Charging System
Kia Motors has mounted its brand-new K5 with a wireless smartphone charging system, first among Korean-made cars. The new K5 is also equipped with an automatic emergency brake system, first among the nation’s mid-sized sedans. Kia Motors showed off the internal image and new technologies used for t...
AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)
Veteran actress Kim Hee-sun played role of 34-year-old mother in TV drama 'Angry Mom'
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Posted : 2015-05-27 16:32:57 |Updated : 2015-05-27 16:32:57
Over half of sexual offenses on Seoul subways occur during commuting hours: local gov't
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Posted : 2015-05-27 15:58:55 |Updated : 2015-05-27 16:51:08
2015 Seoul Rose Festival to open May 29
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Posted : 2015-05-27 15:56:48 |Updated : 2015-05-27 15:56:48
New brand of soju with low alcohol content popular among young women
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Posted : 2015-05-26 16:30:50 |Updated : 2015-05-26 16:30:50
2 affiliates of Samsung Group agree to merge
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Posted : 2015-05-26 16:24:30 |Updated : 2015-05-26 17:53:31
SBS drama 'Mask' to kick off May 27
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Posted : 2015-05-25 06:10:00 |Updated : 2015-05-20 16:45:30
Masked vigilante fights against crimes in KBS2 TV drama
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Posted : 2015-05-24 06:15:00 |Updated : 2015-05-20 16:40:04
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum opens branch in Seoul
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Posted : 2015-05-20 16:29:43 |Updated : 2015-05-20 16:29:43
Actress Yoo In-young stars in SBS drama 'Mask'
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Posted : 2015-05-20 16:28:23 |Updated : 2015-05-20 16:28:23
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