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The Korean daily media headlines and humor

Friday, Aug. 28, 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 notice:

Invitation to Asia's largest Kim's Eye Hospital in southern Seoul

Has Your Excellency ever heard of the name, Kim's Eye Hospital? The Hospital is the largest in Korea and is considered to be so also in Asia. Director of the Hospital is Dr. Mrs. Yonglan Kim, the daughter of President Hi-soo Kim of Konyang University. Please visit:

/news/view.html?section=160&category=179&no=1037

http://www.kimeye.com/kimENG/sub01/sub01_02.html

http://english.konyang.ac.kr/sub_1_2.asp

At this time, I am pleased to inform Your Excellency that President Hi-soo Kim of Konyang University and Director Ms. Yonglan Kim of the Hospital cordially invite Your Excellency and Madam to inspect the ultra-modern facilities and equipment of the Hospital together with a selected number of other Excellencies and Madams on Friday September 18, 2015. If Your Excellency and/or Madam wish to have an ophthalmological check-up, you are most welcome.

For reservation and inquiries, please call:-

Mobile phones: Ms. Kim at 010-3388-1682 (Korean), David Chung at 010-3481-1101 (English) or Chairman Lee at 010-5201-1740.

Regular phones: 2298-1745/6, 2298-1740/2

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A round-up of the latest news published Korean media:

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

S. Korea, US Put in Place Preemptive-Strike Plan on N. Korean WMD

Anchor: The allied forces of South Korea and the U.S. have established a new operations plan focused more on preemptively incapacitating North Korea's weapons...

Park Stresses Creative Economy as Growth Engine

Ruling Party to Seek Passage of S. Korea-China FTA

Ulchi Freedom Guardian Drills End Friday

Institutional Investment in Foreign Securities Hits 7.5-Year High

KOSPI Regains over 1,900 Threshold

Hyundai Motor to Hire 36,000 People over 3 Years from 2016

N. Korean Delegate Kim Calls for Constructive Efforts for Unification

Gov't: Will Consider Flood Aid for N. Korea Once Request is Made

Gyeonggi Proposes Hosting Another Youth Football Event with N. Korea

Former US Ambassador Urges Park to Discuss Unification with Xi

Chinese Media Welcome Park's Parade Attendance

IAEA: N. Korea Building up Yongbyon Nuclear Reactor

Gov't Estimates Some 16 Mln People Working in Bizs

Survey: 81% of S. Koreans Pessimistic About Climbing Social Ladder

'Number of University Students Drops for 1st Time'

Ancient Ship Found Near Mado Island

20th BIFF to Open on Oct.1

Exhibition of Princess Deokhyes

Korean Team Discovers New Substance for Possible Cure of Septicemia

Typhoon Goni Brings Heavy Rain, Strong Winds

Mackerel Catch Soars 208% in H1 YoY

'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)

Park's attendance at China parade conducive to regional peace vision: official

South Korean President Park Geun-hye's attendance at China's military parade set for next week could be helpful in advancing her regional peace and cooperation vision, a senior official said Thursday.

Kim Yu-na named ambassador for Youth Olympics

Retired figure skating champion Kim Yu-na on Thursday was named an ambassador for the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games to be held in Norway.

Lotte pushes to expand footing in India

Lotte, the country's fifth-largest conglomerate, is moving to tap into India as it accelerates its overseas expansion drive in an attempt to make up for feeble growth at home.

Hyundai Motor strives to win back trust on home turf

Hundreds of onlookers shrieked as two brand-new Hyundai sedans crashed into each other one Saturday night, but unlike a typical, horrifying car accident, a roaring applause followed as if to praise the scenery of smashed up vehicles in a cloud of dust and debris.

Gov't to spend 5.7 tln won for 5G, drones

South Korea plans to invest around 5.7 trillion won (US$4.83 billion) over the next five years to help nurture the fifth-generation (5G) network, unmanned drones and other high-end technology.

N. Korea's Kim fires party officials

Hill: Park, Xi should discuss inter-Korean unification at ..

N. Korea committed to improving ties with South: N...

A slip of tongue reveals challenges in..

S. Korea not mulling summit with N. Korea yet: minister

Lotte pushes to expand footing in India

Seoul shares open higher on U.S. gains

Hyundai Motor strives to win back trust o..

Gov't to spend 5.7 tln won for 5G, drones

Hyundai, Kia suffer setback from Chinese rivals

Big league or not, playing in U.S. well w..

Kim Yu-na named ambassador for Youth Olympics

JYJ's Park Yu-chun enlists in Army

Idol group Click-B to return after 13 years

Gov't starts 'one-plus-one' service for show ticket..

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

Seoul eyes 2016 fiscal expansion

The ruling Saenuri Party and the Finance Ministry on Thursday reached a consensus to push an expansionary fiscal policy ...

Design meets tech at Herald workshop

Herald Corp., in collaboration with Seoul Design Foundation, is hosting the Herald Design Tech ...

University enrollment decreases for first time

The number of South Korean undergraduate students in four-year colleges and universities decrea...

Im Chang-jung shows no signs of slowing down

The media was split on its opinion of Shin Dong-yeobs new comedy Untouchable Lawmen, star...

War plan upgrade reflects NK WMD threats

The new wartime contingency plan of South Korea and the U.S. is presumed to address the growing concern...

Sex education in schools

The Education Ministrys newly issued national standard on sex education should be thorough...

Yet another Hangang plan

The central government and the Seoul Metropolitan Government jointly announced a master plan...

KT, LG unveil worlds first desktop combined with IPTV

Mobile carrier KT and tech giant LG Electronics together showcased the worlds first all-in-...

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

Park's parade attendance seen not offending US

President Park Geun-hye observing Chinas military parade will not adversely affect ties between Seoul and Washington, U.S. experts said, Thursday. On Wednesday night, Cheong Wa Dae announced that Park plans to attend the Sept. ...

NK may offer regrets over Cheonan 

Pyongyang may accept Seouls demands to apologize over its sinking of the naval frigate Cheonan in March 2010 amid optimism for a thaw in inter-Korean ties, o... 

'My daughter was teacher, too' 

Kim Cho-won, 26, was a teacher at Danwon High School in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province. Every morning sh... 

Military spending to increase next year 

Finance minister Choi Kyung-hwan said Thursday the government will increase its budget for militar...

Man caught for planning, spreading 'water park video' 

Police said Thursday that they had taken a man into custody for allegedly orchestrating the filming and distributing of videos of 100 naked women who were sho... 

Fired reporter shoots 2 ex-colleagues on live TV 

An American reporter that was fired from his job killed two of his former colleagues while they we... 

Did 'Avengers' help burnish Seoul image? 

The government-backed Korean Film Council (KOFIC) decided Thursday to give Marvel Studios, the pro... 

Ferrari, Harley-Davidson, Volvo ordered to recall for defects 

Ferrari, Harley-Davidson and Volvo Trucks were ordered to recall their vehicles here because of va... 

Disarray of perspective 

Bahk Seon-ghi, known for his hanging installations and mid-relief sculptures containing optical il... 

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

N. Korea`s No. 2 man admitted responsibility for land mine provocation at inter-Korean contact

Hwang Byong So, director of the General Political Bureau of North Korea`s Korean People`s Army, is said to have made a remark during the latest inter-Korean high-level contact that could be interpreted as an indirect... 

Kia Motors unveils its fourth-generation Sportage SUV

Kia Motors will launch the fourth generation of its mid-size sports utility vehicle (SUV) Sportage under the theme of "The SUV, Sportage (photo)." It is a full change in five years since 2010. Sportage is the global...

Seoul ward names road after Korea`s first Supreme Court chief justice

A road in Seoul will be dedicated to Kim Byeong-ro (1887-1964), an independence fighter during the colonial era and the first chief justice at South Korea`s Supreme Court. Seoul`s Dobong-gu ward said Thursday that the...

Thames struck by sudden slump suffers poor batting average

It seems that somethings wrong with Eric Thames (photo, aged 29) of the NC Dinos. While he used to be a player with power and elaborate skills who threatened his counterparts, his batting average of current 10 games up...

Reasons why hip-hop music is popular

Hip-hop is the 21st centurys rock. Young music fans discussed about overseas rock bands, such as Pink Floyd, Metallica and Nirvana, in the 20th centurys elementary, middle and high schools. But young generations in...

Seo Young-jae joins Hamburg of German Bundesliga

Seo Young-jae (20), a fullback of Koreas Olympic soccer team Park Ji-sung paid attention in the past, has joined Hamburg of the German Bundesliga. Hamburg is the team that Son Heung-min (23) was affiliated before...

FedEx Cup opens on Thursday to kick off $68-million race 

S. Korean president to attend China`s WWII victory event 

Seoul teenage soccer players in Pyongyang safe and sound 

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 

Woods pursues recovery at 2nd-grade championship

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

Kim Jong-un Vanishes from Public View

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has vanished from public view since he called an urgent meeting of the Workers Party's Central Military Commission a week ago. Kim was pointedly absent from an event marking the 55th Songun Day on Monday. >> Full Text

Chinese Smartphones Invade Korean Market

Chinese smartphones are making inroads into the Korean market, which used to be dominated by Samsung and LG. Armed with low prices, high specs and near-knockoff designs, Huawei, TCL, Xiaomi and ZTE have made huge strides over the past few years in the global market for low to mid-priced smartphones. >> Full Text

Asiana to Get Rid of 1st-Class Seats on Most Planes

Asiana Airlines has decided to get rid of first-class seats on all aircraft except four super jumbos starting in 2017 and offer only business and economy-class seats. Asiana said it wants to buy two more A380s next year and offer first class seats on flights to New York, Los Angeles and Frankfurt. >> Full Text

Standoff Gives Glimpse of N. Korean Defense Plans

Gov't Announces Measures to Boost Consumption

Korean Air Buys Latest 747 Jumbo Jet

Lotte Could Benefit as U.S. Gov't Severs Ties with Waldorf Hotel

Injury Sidelines Lee Jeong-hyeop Ahead of World Cup Qualifiers

Shin Hae-chul's Family Sue Hospital for W2.3 Billion

Police Arrest Water Park Peeping Tom

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

[Analysis] What and when for next inter-Korean talks

To be determined are the agenda, location and level of the delegations at meetings two sides plan to hold soon

Following the South Korean governments announcement on Aug. 26 that it would start preparing for inter-Korean talks, the next questions are the timing and agenda of the talks, which the two sides agreed to hold soon. The South Korean government has reportedly started taking steps to rebuild the framework for inter-Korean dialogue that collapsed during the administration of former president Lee Myung-bak.

South and North now making preparations for inter-governmental talks

South and North Korea began preparation for intergovernmental talks on Aug. 26 in the wake of an agreement at a two-plus-two meeting the day before to ease military tensions and create forums for dialogue. The May 24 Measures, sanctions barring inter-Korean exchange and trade implemented after the 2010 ROKS Cheonan, sinking may be one focus of the talks, Seoul said. .

After agreement, a blueprint for improved inter-Korean relations After inter-Korean agreement, it may still be too early for optimism

Along with predictions that the dramatic agreement reached in the two-plus-two high-level talks on Aug. 25 will bring inter-Korean relations to the next level, others are suggesting it is too early to be optimistic, given the propensity for conflict on the Korean Peninsula to ignite at the slightest spark. .

Pyongyang becoming three-dimensional city with skyscrapers and smartphones

A Yonhap News reporter shared an account of Pyongyang undergoing a visible transformation into a three-dimensional city, in an Aug. 26 piece for the agency after returning from a ten-day-long trip on Aug. 16 to cover the second annual international under-15 soccer tournament, saying Changjon Street along the Taedong River is lined with high-rise apartment blocks equal in scale to residential-commercial buildings like Tower Palace in Seouls Gangnam district. .

If S. Korean students were workers, theyd be way into overtime

Jae-in (not his real name), 16, falls asleep at 1:30 am in the school dormitory since starting at his autonomous private high school in Seoul this year. Seemingly no sooner have his eyes closed than he is up again at 6:30 for another breathless day in school. Classes end at 4 pm, while supplementary classes continue on to 5 or 6 pm. After dinner comes compulsory free study until 11 pm. The late-night study sessions that go until one oclock are nominally optional, but Jae-in never misses them. .

After inter-Korean agreement, is a summit possible?

The dramatic shift from military tensions to calls for exchange and cooperation at recent high-level two-plus-two talks between South and North Korea is raising hopes for a possible summit between leaders. The question of whether such a development could be tied to agreed-upon meetings between governments is drawing particular attention. .

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

For North ties, govt keeps emphasis on reunions

Unification Minister Hong Yong-pyo said the government would hold further talks with North Korea over the reunions of families separated by the division of the peninsula. In a report to lawmakers at the National Assembly on Thursday, Hong, who participated in the writing of a six-point agreement...

Park will attend Xis Victory Day military parade

President Park Geun-hye will attend the controversial military parade in Beijing next week, the Blue House confirmed Wednesday night. North Korean troops

Hyundai Motor set to hire 36,000 young people

Hyundai Motor Group announced Thursday that it will hire 36,000 entry-level workers from next year through 2018 as part of its corporate social responsibility

With debts mounting, Kogas asks to hike prices

The government is considering a hike in city gas prices in September, pointing to increases in the price of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Choi vows action to rev economy

Hinting that the economy is struggling, Minister of Strategy and Finance Choi Kyung-hwan pledged to maintain an expansionary fiscal policy.

Favorite dishes will cost you more this holiday

With the Chuseok holiday only a month away, prices of premium hanwoo beef and yellow croaker fish - Koreans favorite dishes for the holiday

Future scientists get chance to show skills

Hanwha Group kicked off a two-day event on Thursday to help nurture future scientists. Launched in 2011, the Science Challenge,

Military revises its standards for active service

The military is strengthening qualifications for its active service members amid a limited number of vacancies per eligible recruits.

Conscientious objector ruled guilty

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld an 18-month prison sentence for a man who refused to join the Army citing his religious beliefs

Ministers remarks on election come under fire

The home affairs minister and finance minister within the Park Geun-hye administration are set to be investigated by the National Election

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

S. Koreas growth pattern looks surprisingly similar to Japans

South Koreas nominal GDP growth, that is, real growth plus inflation, looks surprisingly similar to the Japan of 20 years ago, state think tank Korea Development Ins.. ...08.27 17:42

KT and LG showcase worlds first IPTV-featured PC

South Korea launched the worlds first IPTV-enabled personal computer. KT and LG Electronics showcased IPTV set-top box-embedded Olleh TV All-in One at Olleh Sq.. ...08.27 17:24

Eurasian Economic Union to seek FTA with S. Korea

The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), an economic union of states located primarily in northern Eurasia - Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan - will seek .. ...08.27 17:11

LG Electronics vice chairman bets on B2B

LG Electronics flagship business-to-business (B2B) operations include vehicle components, solar power, lighting and energy storage system (ESS). Of them, the vehic.. ...08.27 14:43

Samsung SDI unveils new batteries for electric bikes

Samsung SDI has announced its latest battery technology and a new battery pack for electric bikes that can travel up to 100 kilometers once charged. Samsung SDI said .. ...08.27 14:14

Wearable, IoT, HD TV to take center stage at IFA

IFA 2015, Europes largest electronics trade show, to be held in Germany on September 4-9 is expected to feature a line of various OLED TVs and UHD TVs. Samsung Ele.. ...08.27 14:13

Goldman Sachs raided over alleged stock price rigging

Prosecutors have launched a sweeping investigation into foreign financial companies operating in South Korea on a charge of their alleged collusion with illegal forces.. ...08.27 11:23

Prosecutors to scrutinize big investors over alleged malfeasance

South Koreas prosecutors will conduct a sweeping probe into large institutional investors, such as brokerages, asset management firms and pension funds, a move to ro.. ...08.26 17:43

FKTU decides to return to tripartite meeting

The Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) will return to a tripartite committee of government, labor and management to resume their talks over labor market reform, .. ...08.26 17:32

Govt unveils consumption-boosting measure

The government has decided to lower the tax rate on the purchase of a passenger car from 5 percent to 3.5 percent, effective until the end of this year, which is a tem.. ...08.26 17:21

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

80 Million Cases in 3 Years, 1.6 Times Per Citizen: Indiscriminate Inquiry of People's Communications Data

Last October, A, a man in his thirties received a phone call from the police. The person on the other side of the receiver asked, "What did you do at ** (place

Hard to Expect an Increase in Domestic Consumption with the Government Measures to Stimulate Consumption

Yesterday, the government presented measures to stimulate domestic consumption. The new government plans include lowering the individual consumption tax on larg

From Confrontation to Dialogue: Inter-Korean Relations Take the First Step in a New Direction

North and South Korea met at the crossroads of war and peace and a meeting of high-level officials, which continued late into the night for four days, ended in

Moon Jae-in, 'Praise the Government's Effort in Doing Its Utmost'

The response among politicians to the expression of regret on the landmine incident and the agreement to cease propaganda broadcasts against the North by senior

Climbing Foreign Exchange Rates and the Crashing Stock Market: South Korean Economy Suffers a Double Blow

The domestic financial market fell into panic yesterday with foreign exchange rates soaring and the stock market crashing down. The KOSPI index fell 2.5% from t

[A Meeting of North-South Korean Senior Officials] NK Mobilized Its '3 Key Forces for Infiltration' Air-cushioned Vehicles, Submarines, and Special Forces: Exposed Manual for Quasi State of War

North Korea declared a quasi state of war and directed a "war drama" continuing to enhance its fighting power, plainly exposing the "three key forces for inf

?[Editorial] North and South Korea Need to Take This Opportunity to Improve Relations as Well as Ease Military Tensions

Cheong Wa Dae's Director of National Security Kim Kwan-jin and Minister of Unification Hong Yong-pyo met with North Korea's Hwang Pyong-so, Director of the Ko

[70th Anniversary of National Liberation - Let's Now Part with the 7 Major Vices] A Society Pursuing Only Growth: Gap Between the Rich and the Poor Fall Back to the Japanese Occupation Period

Choi Chang-su (58, pseudonym) joined Hyundai Precision (now Hyundai MOBIS) in 1997 as an in-house subcontracted worker. The country faced the Asian financial cr

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Intel-Samsung Electronics Gap Narrowed to the Lowest Level

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[Market Insight] Sampyo Gets 4.7% Discount in Tongyang Cement Deal

Sampyo Group, Korea's leading supplier of construction materials, will acquire a 55-percent stake in Tongyang Cement at 790 billion won at a discount of 4.7 percent from the original ask price. According to investment banking sources on August 27, Sampyo will sign the main agreement under which it w...

NHN Entertainments Payco Passes 1 Mil. Mark in Actual Users

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LG Electronics to Unveil 4-Tier Foldable Keyboard at IFA

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

Exhibition on South Korea in 1970s and 1980s opens

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Campaign to protect people from unwanted pregnancy launched

With a month to go before the World Contraception Day, employees of Bayer HealthCare Korea hold a quiz show about the pharmaceutical company's "Your Life" campaign to protect people from unwanted

It's time for students to rent a room

A student takes a look at a bulletin board on the wall near Chung-Ang University in Hukseok-dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, Thursday to rent a room before the beginning of a new semester.

Religious leaders issue declaration for peace on Korean Peninsula and reunification of two Koreas

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Korea Grand Sale to continue until Oct. 31

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Bird's-eye-view of Seodaemun Station intersection in central Seoul

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Autumn is approaching

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Pop duo Fly to the Sky to make comeback in mid-September with new EP

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Baby fair opens at COEX in southern Seoul

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