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The Korean daily media headlines and humor

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015

Your Excellency:

Here are The Korea Post news, The Korea Post notices, 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 news:

President Park expected to win over 50% approval rating from 37%

-Thanks to successful high-level inter-Korean negotiations-

Real Meter, an opinion surveyor, predicted that the popularity rating of President Park Geun-hye will rise to over 50% soon surpassing the 51.6% she won during the 2012 Presidential elections. According a Korean-language CBS report this morning (Aug. 26), approval rating of the people for President Park made a sharp upturn from 37% (Aug. 7) following the successful high-level inter-Korean contact over the land mind case where suspected North Korea-planted land mines seriously wounded two South Korean soldiers. The Real Meter predicted that the popularity rating of President Park could further rise with the passage of time.

Chairman Kim Jong-un boards a submarine

In most past negotiations between the two sides, South Korea has made concessions to North Korea under the pressure of North Korean military provocations and intimidations.

During the 4-day marathon negotiations, the North Korean regime has made various military intimidations, including the fear-inspiring deployment of 50 submarines (70% of total strength), two-fold increase of the artillery along the north of the DMZ and dispatching of 30 amphibious hovercraft boats to a southern naval port on the West Coast of North Korea.

All preceding Presidents of South Korea succumbed to such North Korean intimidations, but President Park stood fast to her principle saying, Once and for all, we should stop this kind of bluffing-succumbing round with North Korea.

Majority of the South Korean people believe that President Park made a correct judgment of the situation even when the tension between the two sides rose to a dangerous point when many people were worried lest it should lead to another fratricidal war.

President Park is also cited for her outstanding diplomacy strengthening the diplomatic ties with the United States (including her scheduled summit meeting with President Barack Obama in October) and also with China (attending the military parade on the Victory Day celebration in Beijing on Sept. 3).

Some even suspect that leaders of the US and China might have had some kind of an agreement to control the mounting tensions on the Korean peninsula, which might have come as an unbearable pressure on Chairman Kim Jong, eventually making him to accept the South Korean terms.

However, the true cause of North Koreas expression of regret over land mine case is due to the South Korean peoples indifference to the North Korean military intimidations with a firm trust in President Park Geun-hye and the government in her handling of North Korea.

North Korean hovercraft boat.

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The Korea Post notice:

Use the 2015 Namyangju Slow Life Festival to introduce your delicious food

Namyangju City, on the eastern outskirts of Seoul, hosts the 2015 Namyangju Slow Life Planet International Festival on  October 8-17, 2015 in a 10-day run, which is an extended Festival from the successful Namyangju Slow Food Fair which the City  hosted in 2013. The Korea Post, a principal supporter, covers the Festival with all its five media units in the following three months and throughout the 10-day period. Related URLs are as follows:

http://www.slowlifeplanet.org/english/Introduction of Festival/Invitation Message

/news/view.html?section=161&category=181&no=1017

/news/view.html?smode=&skey=food&x=15&y=11&section=162&category=182&no=985

As a prominent event of the Festival, the Organizing Committee has a special exhibition program of the food materials (durable ones) and cooking utensils of the different countries, including the following:

1. Rice, wheat and corn from different countries

2. Representative bread of all the countries of the world, including Northern India, Pakistan, Middle East Countries, Germany, Israel, North America, Europe, Italy, Turkey, Scotland, North America and Europe.`

3. Spices and condiments from different countries (such as Coriander of Vietnam, Lemon grass of Thailand, Basil of Italy, Saffron of India and Spain, Turmeric of India, Oregano of the Mediterranean countries, Allspice, bay leaves, Tarragon, Thyme, Close and Star anise).

4. Tableware (such as spoons, bowls, dishes, plates, tablecloth, aprons)

5. Cooking utensils such as cutting boards, knives, cooking pots, pans, cheese-grinder, pasta-making tools)

6. High-resolution photo images of the above for showing at the event site and publication by the five media units of The Korea Post for the three consecutive months.

7. Videos introducing the culture and tourism-related aspects of each country

For participation and further details, please call 010-3388-1682 (Korean), 010-3481-01101 (English) or 5201-1740 (Chairman Lee). Regular phones are: 2298-1740/2, 1745/6. Fax 2298-9506.

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

US Avoids Comment on N. Korea's Expression of Regret

The United States has declined to comment on controversy surrounding North Korea's expression of regret in the inter-Korean agreement.

Police Lower Alert Level Following Inter-Korean Deal

S. Korea's Red Cross Launches Preparations for Family Reunions

S. Korea Halts Propaganda Broadcasts at Border

Park: High-Tech Factories Cannot Run With Outdated Labor-Mgt. System

Defense Ministry Discusses Follow-Up Measures to Inter-Korean Agreement

Public Officials Most Preferred as Outside Directors in S. Korea

Asiana Airlines to Remove First-Class Seats

Consumer Sentiment Improves for 2nd Month in August

N. Korean Media Cover Inter-Korean Agreement

'N. Korean Submarines Returning to Bases'

Russia Welcomes Inter-Korean Deal

US Avoids Comment on N. Korea's Expression of Regret

Chinese Media: Park Will Attend Military Parade

Civic Groups Launch Coalition for Political Reform

Police Lower Alert Level Following Inter-Korean Deal

S. Korea on Alert for Typhoon Goni

20th BIFF to Open on Oct.1

Typhoon Goni Brings Heavy Rain, Strong Winds

Mackerel Catch Soars 208% in H1 YoY

Postech Professor Becomes First S. Korean to Receive APEC Science Award

'Construction of Stadiums, Facilities for 2018 Olympics on Track'

Lydia Ko Wins Canadian Pacific Womens Open

S. Korea Defeats Iran 13-0 in AFC U-19 Women's Championship

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

U.S. declines comment on N. Korea's expression of regret in agreement with S. Korea

The United States declined comment Tuesday on whether North Korea's expression of regret in a peace agreement with South Korea can be seen as an apology for its planting of landmines that maimed two South Korean soldiers.

          

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S. Korean military relaxes top-level defense posture at border

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Indian film to open this year's Busan film festival

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

South-North relations enter new phase

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Guarded optimism prevails on South-North economic cooperation 

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Seoul, Pyongyang to hold dialogues regularly 

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Teens' fast food consumption halves in 10 years 

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Korea sends delegation to Beijing military parade 

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

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

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International community criticize N. Korea`s provocations 

Court rules JTBC to pay $1 million for unauthorized exit poll use 

Low consumer confidence compared to the time of Sewol ferry disaster 

How to enjoy Jesus Christ Superstar to the fullest 

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S.K., U.S. joint operation system to apply response plan for provocations

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

N. Korea Puts Spin on Cross-Border Deal

North Korea on Tuesday put a heavy spin on a cross-border deal reached to defuse tensions in the early hours of the morning. But the North Korean regime tried to portray the results at home as an unmitigated victory. >> Full Text

Park to Watch Huge Military Parade in Beijing

President Park Geun-hye will definitely attend a huge military parade in Beijing next month marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Chinese government said Tuesday. >> Full Text

Propaganda Loudspeakers Turned Off

Military authorities here stopped loudspeaker broadcasts at all 11 points on the inter-Korean border frontline at noon on Tuesday. But the military will not remove the loudspeakers, but keep them ready to resume broadcasts in case the North carries out further provocation. >> Full Text

N. Korean Submarines Return to Bases After Inter-Korean Deal

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

South and North reach deal to end prolonged period of tensions

Key points of agreement are North expressing regret for DMZ blast, South stopping loudspeaker broadcasts

After four days of two-plus-two talks between high-ranking officials from North and South Korea, the two sides reached a dramatic agreement in which North Korea expressed regret for a landmine explosion in the DMZ and for firing artillery shells and South Korea will stop broadcasting anti-Pyongyang propaganda over loudspeakers on the border.

Could joint statement pave the way for improved inter-Korean relations?

Four sleepless days of inter-Korean negotiations ended with North Korea agreeing to express regret for a land mine explosion that injured two soldiers earlier this month and South Korea agreeing to halt its propaganda loudspeaker broadcasts. .

43-hour negotiations an endurance test for elderly delegates

The high-level inter-Korean negotiations that concluded on Aug. 25 set a record for length at an unprecedented 43 hours since beginning on Aug. 22. While the Blue House remained on all-night emergency standby for three straight days, the overall mood in response to the dramatic last-minute deal was one of jubilation. .

After marathon meetings, Kim Kwan-jin says not ready to talk about a summit

After wrapping up high-level talks with North Korea early Tuesday morning, Blue House National Security Director Kim Kwan-jin read the joint statement reached by high-ranking officials from the two sides at the Blue House. Kim prefaced his reading of the agreement by saying, I am grateful to the Korean people for trusting the government and for calmly following the negotiations amid the disturbing recent developments. .

Marathon talks open new channel for inter-Korean dialogue

A new channel in inter-Korean relations is rapidly taking shape with the top delegates from each side: Blue House National Security Office chief Kim Kwan-jin and Peoples Army politburo chief Hwang Pyong-so. .

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

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Propaganda campaign halted and Pyongyang pulls soldiers off alert

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Kotra aims to boost exports with analyses, plans

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