The Korean daily media headlines and humor
Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015
Here are The Korea Post news, The Korea Post notice, 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:
For the Commercial Counsellors
Free exhibition of your unique food products (non-perishable)
Here is a rare opportunity for your country to showcase your unique food and food-related products in Korea free of charge for 10 days in Namyangju City on the eastern outskirts of Seoul. The Embassy does not have to assign any personnel at the exhibition site because the Namyangju City Government manages the exhibition pavilion throughout the 10-day period.
This is a very good chance for the non-perishable food exporters of your country to introduce their goods to the Korean people and international visitors.
The interesting offer comes from the Organizing Committee of 2015 Namyangju Slow Life International (Food) Festival on October 8-17, 2015 in a 10-day run.
Non-perishable unique foods of your country canned, bottled, vacuum-packed or dehydrated, such as fruits, nuts, spices, condiments, rice, wheat, maze (corn), any other non-perishable food products.
Food-related goods such as traditional tableware items, kitchen utensil, table cloth, aprons, spoons, bowls, dishes, plates, cutting boards, knives, cooking pots, pans, and/or whatever related with cooking and meals.
Namyangju City government officials collect the exhibits after issuing receipts and return them to the suppliers after exhibition. The exhibits can also be displayed on a permanent basis.
For further details, please contact:-
Regular phones: 2298-1740/2, 1745/6. Fax: 2298-9506.
Mobile phones: Ms. Kim Jeong-mi at 010-3388-1682 (Korean), David Chung at 010-3481-1101 (English), Bobbie Kim at 010-9100-9112 (English) or Chairman Lee Kyung-sik at 010-5201-1740.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Invitation to Kim’s Eye Hospital
For the Excellencies and Madams:
There are only eight days left to the Tour of Asia's largest ophthalmological (eye) hospital--for a free checkup, medical tips, a luncheon reception, and a tour of Asia's largest Kim's Eye Hospital in Seoul. Has Your Excellency made a reservation? If not, here is re-run of the Invitation:
Invitation to Asia's largest Kim's Eye Hospital in Seoul
Has Your Excellency ever heard of the name, Kim's Eye Hospital? The Hospital is the largest in Korea and 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:
At this time, I am pleased to inform Your Excellency that President Hi-soo Kim of Konyang University and Director Mrs. 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. 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
A round-up of the latest news published by the Korean media:
Red Cross Begins Selecting Candidates for Inter-Korean Reunions
The Korean Red Cross will select 500 preliminary candidates for the planned inter-Korean family reunions at Mount Geumgang resort next month. The Red...
Japanese Court Orders Compensation for S. Korean Victims of A-Bomb
Job Growth Slowing in S. Korea
S. Korea Defeats Lebanon 3-0 in World Cup Asian Qualifier
S. Korea to Support 13 Countries in Fight Against Infectious Diseases
Opposition Chief Calls for Flexibility in Applying Economic Sanctions on N. Korea
Job Growth Slowing in S. Korea
NPAD, FKI Discuss Inter-Korean Economic Cooperation
Foreign Currency Deposits Drop for 4th Consecutive Month
Red Cross Begins Selecting Candidates for Inter-Korean Reunions
Gov't: 50 out of 250 S. Korean Applicants are Families of POWs, Abductees
Koreas Agree to Hold 20th Reunion of Separated Families at Mt. Geumgang
Japanese Court Orders Compensation for S. Korean Victims of A-Bomb
US Congressman Emphasizes Outside Information to Change N. Korea
US State Department Expresses Support for Family Reunions
Prosecution Arrests N. Korean Defector for Attempted Reentry to N. Korea
Search for Missing 'Dolphin' Passengers Enters 4th Day
Inspection Team Secures Way into Sewol Ferry's D Deck
Xi sends message to NK leader on friendly ties, regional peace
Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent a message to North Korea's leader to mark the 67th anniversary of the North Korean government's founding, hoping to consolidate their friendly ties and ensure regional peace, the North's media said Wednesday.
Ailee breaks toe during music video shoot
Singer Ailee has injured her toe while shooting a music video for her upcoming album, her management agency said Wednesday.
S. Korea's jobless rate edges down to 3.4 pct in Aug.
South Korea's unemployment rate inched down in August on increased hiring by the manufacturing and hospitality sectors, but its job creation lost ground sharply due to layoffs by slump-hit wholesalers and retailers, a government report showed Wednesday.
Biz leaders from S. Korea, Japan vow more cooperation
Business leaders from South Korea and Japan vowed Wednesday to join forces on a free trade agreement in Northeast Asia and other key economic issues in the region.
Royce receives Korea-U.S. friendship award
U.S. Congressman Ed Royce, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, received a friendship award Tuesday in recognition of his contribution to relations between South Korea and the United States.
Major floods killed 89 people in N. Korea last month: Red ..
Xi sends message to NK leader on friendly ties, regional p..
Activity significantly increases at N. Korea's nuclear sit..
Royce: Broadcasts into N. Korea one of most effective ways..
Hyundai launches all-new Avante to target global customers
Hyundai Motor's Accent keeps best-selling status in Russia..
S. Korea's jobless rate edges down to 3.4 pct in ..
Top regulator vows tighter con..
S. Korea's tourism income falls 11 pct in H1
Ailee breaks toe during music video shoot
Public art projects to bring design to Asia Culture Center
S. Korean Bae Sang-moon makes Presidents Cup as cap..
Son Yeon-jae misses worlds podium in hoop, ball
S. Korean Bae Sang-moon makes Presidents Cup as captain's ..
The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)
Koreas agree to hold family reunions in late Oct.
The two Koreas agreed Tuesday to hold reunions of families separated by the border from Oct. 20-26 at Mount Geumgangsan,...
Ministry proposes 3% budget boost
The government proposed a 3 percent increase in its 2016 budget formulation from this year to c...
Debate grows over fate of Korea’s traditional bar exam
South Korea’s late President Roh Moo-hyun is the epitome of the nation’s rags-to-riches story...
Tobacco sales bounce back despite price hike
Despite the price hike aimed at curbing cigarette consumption, tobacco sales in South Korea rec...
Samsung’s 1st bio similar drug approved
Samsung Group, South Korea’s leading conglomerate, has taken a significant step toward driving forward...
Reform or ruin?
The reform panel of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy unveiled its 10t...
Reason for reform
The labor dispute at Kumho Tire, which forced the management to impose a lockout at its thre...
GM, Renault Samsung bolster imported car business
General Motors Korea and Renault Samsung Motors, both of which are categorized as Korean automa...
Air France-KLM sees strong demand in Korean market
Air France-KLM, Europe’s second-largest network carrier, is enjoying its best summer in Korea ...
The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Comfortable 3-0 win proves Koreans' class
It was not pretty but in Beirut against Lebanon on an uneven playing field, that is asking a little too much. South Korea's 3-0 win on Tuesday was, however, convincing, comfortable and conformation that this is a team with confi...
'Activity increases at N. Korea's nuclear site'
Activity at North Korea's main nuclear reactor and reprocessing plant has significantly increased, suggesting that Pyongyang is trying to produce new weapons-...
Korea to aid 13 countries to fight infectious diseases
President Park Geun-hye pledged Tuesday to spend $100 million over five years from 2016 to help 13 countries fight against infectious diseases.
Maritime rescue reforms in vain
The government’s pledge to improve the nation’s maritime rescue services following last year’s Sewol ferry disaster have fallen short as shown in a number of ...
Union slams MBK's Home plus acquisition
Unionized workers of Home plus staged rallies at dozens of the company’s stores, Tuesday, calling ...
26 athletes booked for gambling on games
Dozens of athletes have been booked for match-rigging and illegal gambling allegations.
Rival parties set to clash over chaebol reform
The annual National Assembly audit session will start Thursday and rival parties are expected to clash over various issues ranging from chaebol reform, to Nor...
Drawing depicting attack on US ambassador taken off display
A drawing depicting last March attack on U.S. Ambassador to Korea Mark Lippert was removed from di...
UFC fighters thrilled about Seoul event
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter Ben Henderson (22-5-0) vowed Tuesday a win at the pro...
Seoul Zoo sells animals to butchery
Seoul Zoo, the zoo within Seoul Grand Park in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi Province, has come under fire from animal activist groups after allegedly selling its animals...
DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)
Two Koreas agree to family reunion in late October
South and North Korea agreed Tuesday to hold a reunion of families separated since the Korean War late next month in North Korea’s Mount Kumgang resort. A joint inter-Korean agreement was announced Tuesday at...
Park In-bee, Kim Hyo-joot to compete in Evian Championship
It might be the kind of feeling that you would have when you visit the school library at dawn ahead of a final exam, only to find the entrance to the library remains shut? "Golf empress" Park In-bee (27) faced such a...
9 out of 10 Samsung Pay users reuse the mobile payment system
Among consumers who have used Samsung Pay, the NFC-based tap-and-pay system, 9 out of 10 use the mobile payment system more than two times. According to Samsung Card’s survey on the utilization of Samsung Pay, the ratio...
Samsung smartwatch comes with high capacity battery pack
Samsung Electronics smartwatch "Gear S2" is one of the electronic gadgets that draw the biggest attention at the IFA 2015, which kicked off in Berlin, Germany on Friday. The smart watch’s modern design and...
Death of Syrian Kurdish family: ISIS has to stop brutality
The death of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, who drowned along with his brother, Galip, and mother, Rehana, has drawn worldwide attention to the Syrian refugee crisis. The father returned Thursday to his hometown of Kobane...
Korean children’s song played by classical pianist
The album was full of familiar songs. I gave myself to the music. If the melody became cheerful, I moved my shoulders up and down. If the melody went sad, I closed my eyes. The combination of children’s songs and...
Pres. Park must build amicable relations with China for peace on Korean Peninsula
Divided assessment over Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo’s remarks
Chung Hyeon displays potential despite loss in 2nd round of the U.S. Open
20 tombs of ancient times are unearthed in South Gyeongsang province
Lee Man-ki applies alone for leadership of Saenuri’ Gimhae B district
Tokyo 2020 Olympics logo scrapped amid allegations of plagiarism
Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
2 Koreas Agree on Family Reunions in Late October
The two Koreas agreed on Tuesday to hold reunions of families separated by the Korean War in Mt. Kumgang on Oct. 20-26. It was the first step the two sides have taken to implement an agreement reached after marathon talks late last month. >> Full Text
Kim Jong-un Meets Cuba's No. 2
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Monday met Miguel D?az-Canel, the "No. 2 man" in the Cuban government, the North's official Korean Central News Agency reported Tuesday. D?az-Canel was in Pyongyang on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the two communist countries. >> Full Text
How to Choose the Best Second-Hand Car
Buyers of second-hand cars who want to be smart in a burgeoning market should find out which models are popular for resale and take depreciation into account. The value of a car drops from the point when it was new. >> Full Text
Domestic Automakers Gain Brand Value
LG's OLED TV Praised in U.S. Daily
Memory Chip Prices Plummet
Japanese Court to Rule on Korean A-Bomb Victims
Men Get in Touch with Their Feminine Side
Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)
After two-day meeting, South and North agree to timing of family reunions
Two sides are apparently stuck on the timing of the reunions, with Pyongyang possibly wanted the event after Oct. 10
Red Cross representatives from North and South came to an agreement to hold reunions for divided families on Oct. 20-26 at Mt. Keumgang in North Korea, on the morning of Sept. 8, at the end of long talks held at Peace House in Panmunjeom. The two sides agreed that around 100 families will participate in the reunions.
Subcontractor workers dying in all-time high rate of accidents
The percentage of workers dying in workplace accidents who are subcontractors passed 40% for the first time in the first half of 2015.With the rate rising consistently from year to year, subcontractor workers appear to face higher risk of fatal workplace accidents as their counterparts at businesses employing the subcontractors. .
[Analysis] Why is Pres. Park discussing reunifying “as soon as possible”?
President Park Geun-hye’s “unification diplomacy” remarks are raising questions about the current priorities of South Korean foreign affairs. Park has recently been drawing praise for showing new possibilities for balanced diplomacy with the US and China following her recent attendance at a military parade in Beijing. But strange signs began to emerge almost immediately in that sense of diplomatic equilibrium with remarks about reunification with North Korea being the direct aim of Seoul’s diplomatic efforts. .
Pyeongchang Olympics to feature locally-made lunchboxes
Social enterprises in Gangwon Province have decided on “Olympic lunchboxes” to sell during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. On the morning of Sep. 7, Gangwon Province held a fair for Olympic lunchboxes made with local ingredients at the Moonlight Caf? in the annex of the Gangwon Provincial Office. The fair showcased five Olympic lunchboxes that social enterprises, co-ops, and self-help companies plan to sell during the Winter Olympics. .
Millions still being spent to guard the homes of former dictators
Police have been spending over one million dollars a year to guard the Seoul homes of former Presidents Chun Doo-hwan and Roh Tae-woo. According to National Police Agency (NPA) data acquired by New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) lawmaker and National Assembly Security and Public Administration Committee member Jin Sun-mee, police spent 673,520,000 won (US$558,900) and 598,130,000 won (US$496,300) respectively in 2014 to guard Chun’s and Roh’s homes in the Yeonhee neighborhood of Seoul. .
[Column] South and North need a bold decision for agreement to bear fruit
It was immensely fortunate that the agreement reached by South and North Korea on Aug. 25 enabled the two sides to avoid an armed clash. This sentiment was reflected in comments made by the leaders of North and South Korea.
JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)
Reunions set for end of October
100 families from South and North will meet at Mt. Kumgang
A man fills out an application for reunions of families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War at the headquarters of the Korean Red Cross in Jung District, central Seoul, on Tuesday. The two Koreas agreed Tuesday to hold reunions at Mount Kumgang from Oct. 20 to 26. The last reunions were held…
2016 budget will see a 3% boost in spending
The government’s debt-to-gross domestic product ratio will surpass 40 percent for the first time in 2016, as the government continues an expansionary fiscal policy…
Ahead of elections, Saenuri takes on portal news
In the months leading up to next year’s general elections, the ruling party started a campaign to “reform” news services run by major Internet portals…
Younger borrowers are big players in mortgage market
Younger people are emerging as the major borrowers in the home mortgage market. Analysis of mortgage loan data by age groups from four major banks…
Koreans now like wine most
For years, Koreans thought wine was an exotic, expensive luxury. But as this booze-loving country increasingly turns to lighter drinks…
Layoffs are planned at Samsung Electronics
Samsung Electronics will lay off workers at its headquarters in Seocho-dong, southern Seoul, in response to its declining revenue, according to the Korea Economic Daily…
Opposition to state-sponsored textbooks grows
Ten education superintendents on Tuesday released statements opposing state-authored history textbooks in response to a government plan to standardize them…
Police book 26 athletes in illegal gambling probe
More than 20 athletes have been booked without detention over allegations involving illegal gambling and match-fixing, authorities announced Tuesday…
Defense budget is rising 4% in 2016
The government proposed on Tuesday a national defense budget of 39 trillion won ($32.5 billion) for next year, up 4 percent from this year, in the face of possible…
Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)
Seoul Semiconductor secures Violeds technology used in space stations
A space station is said to have the same size as a soccer field. The interior space of the space station is twice larger than that of Boeing 747. Keeping the space sta.. ...09.09 11:09
No fixed seat for smart work
On the 16th floor of LG Uplus headquarters in Sinyongsan, Seoul is UX Development Center. You find no fixed seats for employees here. The reason: They need creative an.. ...09.08 17:49
National debt to GDP ratio expected to surpass 40% next year
South Korean government debt is predicted to grow to 645.2 trillion won ($530 billion) next year, up 50.1 trillion won from this year. The national debt to gross domes.. ...09.08 16:56
Park to meet AIIB president-elect
President Park Geun-hye will meet with Jin Liqun, the president-elect of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), who is scheduled to visit Seoul on Tuesday and We.. ...09.08 16:19
No more delay to industry reform
Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Yoon Sang-jick has called for voluntary business realignment in the industry. His remarks were translated to mean that local e.. ...09.08 15:44
Hyundai Motor union blasts wage peak system
Union workers at Hyundai Motor have lashed out the carmaker’s management over a plan to introduce a wage peak system into the largest manufacturer in South Korea. A.. ...09.08 15:26
SKT to cover all smart appliances
Following its partnership with Samsung Electronics, SK Telecom has agreed to cooperate with LG Electronics in synchronizing their smart home platform, paving the way f.. ...09.08 13:56
Samsung SDS moves to become global ICT company
Samsung SDS, a South Korean information technology service provider, moved to carry out a full-scale reshuffle to become a global ICT company. The company announced on.. ...09.08 10:53
Gov’t to ask KDB to sell 20 affiliates
Amid growing controversy over who is responsible for the management of Korea Development Bank (KDB), the largest shareholder of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineerin.. ...09.08 10:02
The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
[Interview of Former U.S. State Department INR Chief John Merrill] “President Park Should Put Aside the Dresden Declaration and Return to Trustpolitik”
“When a few submarines were missing, we got worried. What the heck are they doing?” One of the daily tasks of Dr. John Merrill, who analyzed North Korean i···
?[Editorial] Reunion of Separated Families, a Test in the Implementation of the August 25 North-South Korean Agreement
Yesterday, North and South Korea attended working-level Red Cross talks at Panmunjom and discussed the possibility of a reunion of separated families next month···
?Homeplus Sold for 7.2 Trillion Won, South Korea's Most Expensive M&A
Homeplus, the second largest supermarket chain in South Korea, has been sold to the largest private equity firm in South Korea, MBK Partners for 7.2 trillion wo···
Ahn Cheol-soo at the Center of the Main Opposition Party's 'Conflict of Innovation and Division': 'Can We Innovate the Party by Just Changing the System?' Calling for Changes in Party Members
On September 6, New Politics Alliance for Democracy lawmaker Ahn Cheol-soo (53) once again criticized the party's Innovation Committee saying, "Did the party ···
President Park's Diplomacy Seen through Her 'Face' and 'Seat' atop Tiananmen
President Park Geun-hye's face and seat drew attention at the ceremony commemorating the seventieth anniversary of China's victory in World War II (Victory Da···
Lee Jong-kul, 'Let Ruling and Opposition Parties Together Carry out Chaebol Reforms'
New Politics Alliance for Democracy floor leader Lee Jong-kul (58) said on September 3, "Let the ruling and opposition parties hold hands and begin chaebol ref···
The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)
Next Year's SOC Budget Down 6% from 2015
The government will cut the next year's social overhead capital budget by 6 percent. This is the first reduction in the budget item in two years. According to the 2016 budget plan submitted by the Ministry of Strategy and Finance on September 8, the budget for social overhead capital was set at 23.3...
Labor Cost of Korean Auto Industry Increased Most in the World
The labor cost of Korea's automobile industry has increased most among the world's major car-making nations for the past five years. Due to high wages and wage rigidity, the nation's car industry is considered on the verge of losing its competitive edge against other countries. Still, labor unions a...
Duty-free Shops Report Sales Recovery, First in 14 Weeks
In the afternoon of September 8 Tuesday, the Lotte Duty Free shop on the 12th floor of Lotte Department Store in Seoul's downtown was crowded with Chinese tourists buying cosmetic items. At the cashier's counter in the Sulwhasoo store, 30 or so customers were lining up to pay for items on their hand...
Line Forms Strategic Alliance with Locojoy to Create Game Fund
Line, a subsidiary of Naver, announced on September 8 that it signed a strategic alliance deal with a Chinese game developer Locojoy to establish a game-specific fund. Locojoy is a famous game publisher and developer which passed the 2-million mark in daily active user numbers first in China and dev...
SK Telecom Joins Hands with Samsung and LG to Expand Smart Home Market
SK Telecom clasped hands with Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics to expand the smart home market. SK Telecom announced on August 7 that it signed a memorandum with LG Electronics to promote cooperation in the areas of platform connectivity, smart home, and smart home electronics at the IFA which...
AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)
Actress Kim Hee-seon to appear in Chinese TV series for 1st time
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Du-Athlon Race 2015 held in Seoul
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Job fair held at Seoul National University
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Star fighters to compete in UFC Seoul event
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Maxim Korea vows to remove controversial Sept. issue from newsstands
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Actress Jeon In-hwa stars in new MBC drama 'My Daughter, Geumsaweol'
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Hyundai Motor launches New Maxcruz SUV in home market
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Ex-POSCO chief summoned for questioning over alleged corruption
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Samsung Electronics Is Providing HDMI 2.0a For 2015 4K TV HDR
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