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The Korean daily media headlines and humor

Monday, July 27, 2015

Your Excellency:

Here are The Korea Post notices, humor from Korean business daily and a roundup of important headlines from all major Korean-language dailies, TV and other news media this morning:

Lee Kyung-sik

Publisher-Chairman

Korea Post Media

P.S.: 1. To see the desired site, press down the Control key and click the blue URL of the media.

2. If received by a person other than the intended recipient, please kindly convey the mail to His/Her Excellency.

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The Korea Post notice:

Introduce the traditional food and beverage of your country to the world as well as to Korea at Namyangy Slow Life Festival Oct. 8-17, 2015

(Please share the information with Madam.)

The Korea Post is supporting the 2015 Namyangju Slow Life Planet Festival on October 8-17, 2015, and publishes a Special Report on the Traditional Dishes of all the different countries of the world in its August, September and October issues this year in all its five media units, three in English and two in the Korean language. It consists of introducing:

1. The table-setting of each of the 60 different countries

2. The world food show

3. Invitation of the ambassadors and madams to the opening ceremony on October 8, 2015.

In Korea, the table normally consists of a bowl of rice, a bowl of guk (watery soup), a bowl of Jjigae (stew), a dish of roast fish, a dish of Namul (seasonal greens) and a number of other dishes (small pancakes, steamed eggs, fried bean curds, jelly, etc.). The number of bowls and dishes differ depending on the financial status of the family and on the different occasions.

On such festive occasions as Seollal (Lunar New Years Day) and Chuseok (Autumn Full Moon Festival), the number of foods and variety are much larger than at normal time, and each has a specific food item that must not be left out, eg., Ddeokguk (rice cake soup) on the New Years Day and Songpyeon (stuffed small rice cake in a half-moon shape.

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Please boast the wonderful foods and beverage as shown in the above article!.

For participation and further details, please call 010-3388-1682 (Korean) or 010-5201-1740 English.)

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Todays humor:

Hankuk Kyungje

Productivity

One of the firms efficient female employees asked the boss for a raise.

But the boss refused saying, Your salary is already higher than that of your colleagues here and while youre not married yet they all have families with two or three kids.

Why, she countered, I thought we got paid for our production here, not what we produce on our own time at home.

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KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/)

South Korea Lifts All MERS Quarantine Orders

South Korea has lifted all quarantine orders following the outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

38 North: North Constructing High Explosive Storage Building at Yongbyon

'S. Korea's Per Capita GDP May Fall in 2015'

41 Overseas NGOs on N. Korea's Human Rights Violations

Air Force Launches Weather Observation on N. Korea

U.S. Nuclear Envoy to Visit S. Korea, China, Japan

'S. Korea's Per Capita GDP May Fall in 2015'

S. Korea's Economic Sentiment Near Bottom in Pew Research Survey

Unemployed Young People Reaches Record High

38 North: North Constructing High Explosive Storage Building at Yongbyon

S. Korea Likely to Propose Inter-Korean Talks on Family Reunions

N. Korean Military Holds Anti-US Rally

Japanese Broadcasters Focus on Post-war Contribution, Rather than Wartime Aggression

SNU Ranks 24th in World's University Rankings

Events in U.S. Mark 62nd Anniversary of End of Korean War

Traffic Fatalities Fall, Remain Above OECD Average

South Korea Lifts All MERS Quarantine Orders

No New Case of MERS for 21st Day

2015 Pyeongchang Biennale Kicks Off Thursday

June Tourism Drops 41% Amid MERS Outbreak

German Diplomat in N. Korea Among Passengers

S. Korean Futurist Report Concerned of Low-Birth, Super-Aged Society

Location Tracking Device for Dementia Patients to be Developed

Agricultural Ministry to Lift Ban on Livestock Movement

Golfer Chun In-gee Grabs Major Titles in S. Korea, U.S., Japan

Chung Mong-joon to Officially Announce Run for FIFA Presidency Next Month

Choo Shin-soo Becomes 1st Asian to Hit for the Cycle in MLB

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Yonhap (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr)

S. Korea removes last suspected MERS case from isolation

The last suspected patient of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea was released from isolation Monday as the country reported no additional cases of the disease for more than three weeks, the government said.

Actor Bae Yong-joon to marry Park Soo-jin

South Korean actor Bae Yong-joon, the star of the hugely popular TV drama "Winter Sonata," will marry Park Soo-jin, a singer-turned-actress, on Monday.

S. Korea, U.S. in no consensus on China military parade: report

South Korea and the United States had discussed an invitation by China to get South Korean President Park Geun-hye to attend a military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Beijing, but there was no consensus on the matter between the allies, a Hong Kong-based newspaper reported Monday.

Top 10 biz groups' regular workers up in Q1: data

The number of regular workers hired by South Korea's top 10 business groups edged up in the first quarter of this year from a year earlier as they try to hire more employees on a stable employment contract, industry data showed Monday.

S. Korea's GDP may slip for first time since 2009

South Korea's per capita gross domestic product (GDP) may drop on-year in 2015 for the first time since the global financial crisis amid a feeble global economy and a weakening won, some economic institutions said Monday.

S. Korean PM calls for N. Korea to give up nuclear program

NK leader pays tribute to late father, state founder on wa..

N.K. building high explosives assembly facility for nuclea..

NK leader urges young people to inherit patriotism in meet..

Unification minister urges talks with N. Korea

The Korea Interbank Offered Rates (KORIBOR)

LG to roll out flip smartphone this week

Top 10 biz groups' regular workers up in Q1: data

S. Korea's GDP may slip for first time since 2009

S. Korea's GNI per capita to top US$40,000 in 2023: think ..

Chun In-gee returns to top 10 in women's world golf rankin..

Beauty queen named world taekwondo ambassador

Actor Bae Yong-joon to marry Park Soo-jin

KWeb Fest chief: Web-based series to take over from K-pop

S. Korean FIFA presidential hopeful meets potential rival

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The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)

NK leader pays tribute to late father on war anniversary

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Monday paid tribute to his late father and grandfather to mark the 62nd anniversary of what it claims is its victory in the 1950-53 Korean War, the North's media said.

Suspect in savings bank robbery caught 

A man suspected of robbing a bank in southern Seoul has been captured, police said Sunday.

Don Oberdorfer, American Scholar-Journalist 

Washington -- Don Oberdorfer, who was a distinguished foreign affairs journalist for the Washington Post beginning in the 1960s, and then in 1993 helped creat... 

Sewol play to be staged at Daehangno 

A series of plays and a short film about the 2014 Sewol tragedy will be shown at Daehangno, Seoul'... 

SNU 24th in global university ranking 

Seoul National University (SNU) is 24th in the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) this ye... 

Court upholds suspension of officer who grabbed woman's chin to force her to drink 

Suwon District Court has upheld the two-months suspension of an Air Force warrant officer who forc... 

Mother suspected of killing son turns herself in to police 

A mother suspected of killing her 6-year-old son in her apartment turned herself in to the police ...

Justice delayed but not denied 

The time limit for murder investigations has been lifted in Korea, after a series of infamous cases pushed lawmakers to put an end to a long-running debate ov... 

Enjoy a Han River summer getaway 

Enjoy various performances, a night market and games at the Han River this summer.

Park to take 'staycation' at presidential residence 

President Park Geun-hye will take this week off as a five-day summer vacation, according to Cheong Wa Dae, Sunday.

Assembly to probe surveillance scandal 

The National Assembly will begin an investigation this week into allegations that the nations spy agency conducted surveillance on the public during the run-...

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The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)

N.K. rocket threats escalate

North Koreas recent deployment of four multiple rocket launchers on a border island is raising questions whether South...

Lawmakers to grill NIS over hacking scandal

Lawmakers are set to begin a parliamentary probe this week into allegations that the nations ...

Youth unemployment rate reaches 15-year high

Park Jin-hyung, a 28-year-old university graduate, feels more anxious than ever before. He has ...

Retailers slash prices to soften MERS blow

South Koreas major retailers are holding massive events in a bid to rekindle sales and vitali...

Pearson in talks to sell 50% Economist stake

British publishing company Pearson said Saturday it was in talks to sell its 50-percent stake in The Econ...

Patient records leak

Medical information on nearly 90 percent of Korean population was sold as big data to a mult...

Pardons for businessmen

Last Fridays Blue House luncheon attended by 17 business leaders and heads of Centers for ...

[Behind the wheel] Spacious K5 flaunts virtues of good family sedan

It is no secret that Kia Motors has a knack for pulling off spacious interiors, and its New K5 ...

Singapore, Korea commemorate golden jubilee with photo exhibition

The small Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore has good reason to celebrate five decades of ...

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DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)

US President Obamas visit to Kenya

An official trip of the U.S. President, one of the busiest people in the world, is far from an entertaining travel. A hectic schedule awaits the president and the president needs to deliver a clear message, which meets... 

Kim Moo-sung takes deep bow to Korean War Veterans in U.S.

The first message conveyed by ruling Saenuri Party Chairman Kim Moo-sung, who is on a 10-day visit to the U.S., was "memories and gratitude to Korean War veterans." As the first event after arriving in Washington on...

Roads extending 513 km to be completed, expanded by years end

Forty seven sections of high ways and national roads extending 513 kilometers in total will be completed or expanded by years end. According to the Land and Transport Ministry on Sunday, five sections of expressways...

The rookie of July is up for Kang Jung-hos grab

Watching him grow and develop here has been fun for everybody. I don`t think it surprised him. He`s probably the least surprised of anybody in this room. He believes he can play. Manager Clint Hurdle of the...

Summer rock festivals kick into high gear in Korea

Some people simply divide the mankind into two, pick the one that he or she belongs to and lump others to classify into the remaining one. I also have this kind of cold-blooded dichotomy that I sort out others. Those...

NASA finds Earth`s twin 1,400 light years away

U.S. space agency NASA confirmed on Thursday (local time) that scientists have found Kepler 452b, a body 1,400 light-years away, that is the most Earth-like ex-planet ever found yet. Before the discovery of Kepler-452b,...

Controversies over N. Korean leaders call for highest-level talks 

Ki Sung-yueng, Son Heung-min as promising Korean soccer players 

New years wishes change over time 

Samsungs 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

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Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)

Hyundai-Kia Suffers Slump in China

Hyundai and affiliate Kia's sales slumped around 30 percent in the key Chinese market last month. Rapid growth of Chinese automakers and the increasing price competitiveness of Japanese, European and American automobiles in China have dealt it a major blow. >> Full Text

Pentagon Says Live Anthrax Shipment 'Inexcusable'

Shipping live anthrax samples to the U.S. air base in Osan, Gyeonggi Province in May was an "inexcusable mistake," the U.S. Defense Department said Thursday. "It was a serious mistake. It should never have happened. It's an inexcusable mistake," Undersecretary of Defense Frank Kendall told reporters. >> Full Text

Gov't to Announce Official End of MERS Outbreak

The last person quarantined with suspected Middle East Respiratory Syndrome was released early Monday morning, health authorities said. After an inter-agency meeting Tuesday Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn will assure the public that they no longer face an infection risk. >> Full Text

Typhoon Halola Dissipates Before Reaching Korea

Chinese Tourists Return After MERS Outbreak

Traffic Deaths Drop to Lowest in 40 Years

Chun In-gee Wins 3 Majors in 1 Season

WTO Scraps Tariffs on IT Products

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Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)

[New analysis] Why is Japan apologizing to China and the US, but not Korea?

Korean forced laborers were in a different legal situation, Japan argues, while effectively ignoring Korean claims

Japanese company Mitsubishi Materials has agreed to provide an apology and compensation to Chinese who were forced to work for the company during the Second World War. On July 19, the company also apologized to American prisoners of war who had been pressed into service, while announcing that it would also apologize to victims from various countries, including the United Kingdom.

Supreme Court rules results-based financial incentives in criminal trials illegal

The Supreme Court has declared that contracts between attorney and client setting incentives based on the results of criminal trials are invalid. The ruling suggests that changes are in store for the long-standing legal practice of receiving an advance before the trial and an incentive depending upon its outcome. While the change would likely help obviate the practice of lawyers charging excessive fees for helping defendants avoid jail or prison time and the associated system of preferential treatment for former judges, the legal lobby is protesting the decision. .

US confirms live anthrax shipments to seven countries including S. Korea

The US Department Defense has confirmed inadvertent shipments of live anthrax to seven different countries over the past ten years, including South Korea. The department also said it had not found the root cause behind the live anthrax shipments. With USFK stating plans to continue with its biological defense program in South Korea, the issue is expected to remain a source of continued controversy. .

[Cine feature] Korean cinema looks to foreign sources

The box office is entering its busy season in Korea and films are fighting for space in the countrys mobbed theaters. More than usual, Hollywood films have held the advantage with their parade of franchise titles, from Jurassic World and Mad Max: Fury Road to Avengers: Age of Ultron. Meanwhile, local fare, which relies on original stories, has struggled to come up with an answer to the onslaught. .

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JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)

Typhoon Halola to bring rain as it passes by Busan

Typhoon Halola is forecast to pass through waters off the southern port city of Busan early Monday morning, bringing rainfall between 30 and 70 millimeters (about 1.2 to 2.8 inches) along the coastal areas of South Gyeongsang, the countrys weather authority said over the weekend

WTO trade deal is welcomed by local tech sector

The World Trade Organizations (WTO) decision to remove tariffs on IT gadgets is likely to benefit Koreas tech giants, with the arrangement projected

Authorities arrest suspect in Seoul bank robbery

Seoul police said Sunday that they had arrested a man who allegedly made off last week with about 24 million won ($20,746)

European diesels slip in fuel economy with new tests

The Korean diesel car market, which recently has been led by Germans including Volkswagen, BMW and Audi, is being shaken up

Undeleted data keeps battle over spying alive

The recovered data deleted by a National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent who committed suicide will be shared with the National Assembly on Monday

Recalling earlier bad times keeps SK nimble

SK Groups corporate culture developed under a philosophy known as the SK Management System, or SKMS

Variable life: Mirae on top

The variable life insurance market has neared 100 trillion won ($85.4 billion) in size. According to a Korea Life Insurance Association report last month,

To match Apple and Google, retailers ready mobile-pay system

After almost three years in development, the retail industrys answer to Apple Pay is finally getting off the ground. A mobile payment app developed by Merchant Customer Exchange

High living costs spur merchant meetings

The owner of a snack stand in Jongno Districts Tongin Market found himself in a gloomy mood last week following

Saenuri leader heads to Washington on U.S. tour

Ruling Saenuri Party Chairman Kim Moo-sung kicked off a nine-day tour of three U.S. cities and met with war veterans in Washington to emphasize

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Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)

Overseas direct sales market thriving on wons slide

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KT offers Olleh Two Phone service

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S. Koreas film production technology thriving in China

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Exemption of acquisition tax on subcompact cars to be abolished from next ..

The exemption of acquisition tax on subcompact cars, such as Kia Motors Morning and GM Koreas Spark would be abolished from next year. According to the Ministr.. ...07.26 17:13

Samsung says IoT is changing whole landscape of business

Samsung Group has moved to conduct the education on Internet of Things (IoT) for its executives and employees. According to the group on Friday, its internal broadcast.. ...07.26 17:12

Creative Economy Innovation Center nurturing start-ups

The start-ups of the Dream Venture Star program in the Daejeon Creative Economy Innovation Center, which has been incubated by SK Group, have succeeded in recording 1... ...07.26 13:55

Woori Bank invests in tech company with its new technology PEF

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Supplementary budget bill passed

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Supreme Court nullifies attorney incentives in criminal case

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Cement makers could be slapped with hefty fine for alleged price-rigging

The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) embarked on another investigation into whether cement producers colluded to raise cement prices. South Koreas seven cement makers a.. ...07.24 15:57

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The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)

Why Are We Afraid of the President? Because She's the Queen of Elections!?

The Saenuri Party has bowed low before President Park Geun-hye. Opposition within the ruling party, which had bubbled, albeit briefly, due to the preside

[NIS Hacking Scandal] New Politics Alliance for Democracy Reports Former NIS Director Won Sei-hoon and Nanatech to the Prosecutors?

On July 23, the New Politics Alliance for Democracy launched an attack reporting former National Intelligence Service (NIS) Director Won Sei-hoon to the

Government to Build Two New Nuclear Power Plants: Energy Policy Going Backwards

The government finalized its plans to construct an additional two nuclear power plants by 2029 to prepare for increased demand for electricity. The government i

Government Approves Prior Contact between North and South Korea for a Joint Event on August 15

On July 22, the South Korean government announced that it approved prior contact between North and South Korean NGOs to discuss organizing a joint inter-Korean

Japan Condemns China's Ambitions at Sea, Yet Insists Dokdo Is Japanese Territory for the Eleventh Year

The Japanese government strongly criticized China's expansion at sea in its defense white paper, and for the eleventh year repeated the provocation that Dokdo

[Editorial] Why Does President Park Remain Silent on the Alleged Hacking by the NIS?

?President Park Geun-hye has remained silent for over two weeks since the National Intelligence Service's hacking scandal surfaced. During yesterday's c

Lee Myung-bak & Park Geun-hye's 'Swamp of Bad Politics,' Will This Be the 'Lost Decade'?

The Park Geun-hye government has not been able to break away from the "trap of the lost five years." Like knows like. As mistakes and faults during the fi

Urgent Additional Order Right before the Election: Why? Who Is the 'Boss' behind the Hacking Operation?

The disclosure of internal documents of Hacking Team, an Italian spyware firm, which secretly provided hacking programs and services to the National Intelligenc

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Stocks of Top-10 Group Companies Lost 40 Tril. Won in 7 Months This Year

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Youth Unemployment Hits Record High Level Since 2000

The number of the unemployed in their 20s during the first half of this year has hit a record-high level. It was largely because of fewer job positions available due to the economic slump and more temporary workers quitting their jobs prematurely. According to the National Statistical Office on July...

Shinhan Financial Reaches 1 Tril. Won Net Profit in 1H

Shinhan Financial Group has reached a net profit of more than 1 trillion won during the first half of the year, the only one among top-four holding companies which did so. KB Financial Group, the runner-up, achieved a net profit close to 1 trillion won while Hana Financial Group, which recently pull...

LG U and Nokia to Set up 5G Next-Generation R&D Center in Korea

Amid ever-rising competition for the leadership role in the 5G telecommunications technology initiative, LG U joined hands with Nokia to establish a 5G R&D center in Korea. LG U announced on July 26 that it will join forces with a global network equipment maker Nokia to set up the "LG U Nokia Ne...

Concerns Grow over Earnings Shocks for Big 3 Shipyards

Korea's big-three shipyards including Hyundai Heavy Industries, Samsung Heavy Industries, and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering are expected to release earnings shock for the second quarter of this year due to low oil prices and disappointing offshore plant business. According to industry sou...

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AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)

Urban farm to open July 23

Children play with animals at "The Sky Farm," an urban farm on the rooftop of the Hanwha Aqua Planet building in Ilsan, north of Seoul, Wednesday. The farm will open on July 23.

S. Korea mulls declaration of end of MERS crisis amid easing public fears

South Korea is mulling an earlier- than-anticipated announcement of the end of its Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) crisis as no infection case was added for the past 11 days. Kwon Duk-cheol, head of the central MERS management headquarters

Seoul regrets Pyongyangs refusal to security meeting invitation

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Hip-hop girl group SONAMOO holds showcase for 2nd mini album

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Foreign tourist arrivals in S. Korea plunge 41% on-year in June in wake of MERS outbreak: KTO

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Towering striker Kim Shin-wook joins in national team coach Stielike's roster for East Asian Cup

Kim Shin-wook, a striker for K-League Classic club Ulsan Hyundai who played for South Korea at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil,, has had his name put on the national team roster for the first time s

A 350-meter-long water slide in Seoul

A man takes a ride on a tube on a 350-meter-long water slide during the "2015 City Slide Festa" on a street near Yonsei University campus, Seoul, Sunday.

Water slide installed near Yonsei University campus in Seoul

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Actress Kim Hee-jung plays Corporal Park Dong-hyuk's mother in 'Battle of Yeonpyeong'

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