The Korean daily media headlines and humor
Friday, Sept. 11, 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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We learned your name and contact information through the good offices of the prestigious Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) and the Kenya Community in Korea (KCK) in Seoul.
The Korea Post, which celebrates its 30th anniversary of founding this year, consists of five different media units, three in English and two in the Korean langauge and two in print edition (one English and one Korean) and three Internet editions (one English Internet dialy, one Korean-language Internet ddaily and one English e-daily).
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Invitation to Kim’s Eye Hospital
For the Excellencies and Madams:
There are only six 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
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.
A round-up of the latest news published by the Korean media:
Government Threatens to Unilaterally Pursue Labor Reform
As representatives of government, labor and business have missed a deadline to reach a grand compromise on labor reform, the finance minister has threatened to...
Government, Labor, Business Fail to Meet Grand Compromise Deadline
'N. Korea Conducted No Explosives Tests This Year'
19th Nat'l Assembly's Last Parliamentary Inspection Begins
Government HR Database Includes Few Young Candidates
PM Hwang to Visit France Next Week
Government Threatens to Unilaterally Pursue Labor Reform
1.8 Million Households to Receive Gov't Grants This Year
Money Supply Posts Over 9% Growth for 4th Month
N. Korea Engaged in 64 Provocations Against S. Korea Since 2010
VOA: Casualties of N. Korean Floods Reach Nearly 100
US Experts Positively Review New Nuclear Accord
FedEx Korea Apologizes for Anthrax Delivery
3 New Rail Lines to Operate in Chinese Cities Bordering N. Korea
Top Court Returns Graft Case on CJ Head to Lower Court
Capsized Boat Dolphin Salvaged on Wednesday
Gov't to Prevent Terrorists from Taking Flights to S. Korea
'Quiz on Korea' Final to Take Place at KBS on Thursday
Balhae Kingdom Fortress Found in Russian Far East
Gwangju Int'l Art Fair Draws 70,000 Visitors
Local Researchers Discover Mechanism of YUCCA Proteins
Flesh-Eating Bacteria Causes Concern in S. Korea
Health Minister Discusses Antibiotic Tolerance with Dutch, Swedish Counterparts
Jordanian Prince Declares Bid for FIFA Presidency
Team Korea leaves for Lebanon for World Cup Qualifier
S. Korea Grabs 6th Straight Win at Asian Women's Youth Handball Championship
Gov't vows to push for own labor reform bill
The government will push for an independent labor reform bill following the breakdown of related talks, the top economic policymaker said Friday.
Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan said in a press conference held in Sejong that the inability of labor and management to find middle ground made it imperative for the government to take the initiative.
BOK holds key rate steady at 1.5 pct in Sept.
South Korea's central bank on Friday left its benchmark policy rate unchanged at 1.5 percent as widely expected, in what is seen as an extension of its wait-and-see stance as financial market volatility rises on uncertainties.
IU to hold fan meeting in Hong Kong
South Korean singer IU will hold a fan meeting in Hong Kong, her official Facebook fan page showed Friday.
Son Yeon-jae falls short of medal in ribbon, clubs at worlds
South Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-jae failed to win a medal in ribbon and clubs at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Germany on Thursday.
Park In-bee off to slow start in quest for 'super' slam at Evian
World No. 1 Park In-bee got off to a slow start in her quest for a historic feat at the LPGA Tour's final major this season on Thursday.
No N. Korean cyber attacks on U.S. firms since Sony hackin..
Unification Ministry marks up next year's budget proposal
FM Yun defends China summit diplomacy in parliame..
NK may launch long-range missile around its annive..
S. Korean pilots leave for better working conditions
Samsung seeking to sell its private jets, choppers: source..
Chronology of BOK's major monetary policy decisions since ..
BOK holds key rate steady at 1.5 pct in Sept.
BOK holds key rate at 1.5 pct for Sept.
IU to hold fan meeting in Hong Kong
Son Yeon-jae falls short of medal in ribbon, clubs at worl..
Park In-bee off to slow start in quest for 'super' slam at..
China's Heilongjiang Newspaper to enhance coo..
The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)
Court orders retrial for CJ head
South Korea’s Supreme court on Thursday ordered a lower court to reconsider its ruling that convicted Lee Jay-hyun, the...
Forum explores efforts for Korean unification
Some 250 top defense policymakers, military executives and academics from more than 30 countrie...
Retailers strive to create own ecosystems
Shinsegae`s SSG PayRetailers are embracing digital platforms and new delivery systems to attrac...
TV industry ponders monetization of online content
With unconventional and new entertainment media platforms emerging and disrupting conventional ...
Apple presses deeper with new iPhones
Apple is bolstering its money-pumping iPhone line while looking to dive deep into businesses with iPads a...
More culture for all
The government-led Culture Day program which offers free or reduced price admissions to vari...
Five hundred people were selected by computer Wednesday from some 66,000 people who had appl...
Netflix's Korea plan excites TV fans
Video streaming service website Netflix’s announcement that they would be rolling out in South...
Jeep launches compact SUV Renegade
Jeep, the sport utility vehicle brand that has made every tough motorist’s heart pound for dec...
The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Gov't vows to push for own labor reform bill
The government will push for an independent labor reform bill following the breakdown of related talks, the top economic policymaker said Friday. Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan said in a press conference held in Sejong that th....
Son fails to win medals in ribbon, clubs at worlds
South Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-jae failed to win a medal in ribbon and clubs at the Rhythm...
NK taekwondo team invited to Seoul in Oct.
The Seoul-based World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has invited its North Korean counterpart to send ...
Labor reform talks make progress
Labor, management and government representatives have narrowed their differences about how to reform the nation’s labor market during their last-ditch negotia...
Supreme Court orders retrial of CJ chief
The Supreme Court Thursday sent back to a high court a ruling that sentenced CJ Group Chairman Lee...
NK nuclear issue needs patience
Two nuclear experts called for patience and a realistic approach to resolving the North Korean nuc...
Mirae Asset seeks to buy KDB Daewoo Securities
Mirae Asset Securities said Thursday that its board approved a plan the day before to issue new shares worth 1.2 trillion won, seeking to reserve cash to take...
LG OLED appealing to global customers
LAS VEGAS - LG Electronics’ organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television is expanding its presen...
Dolphin victims' families call for thorough probe
Families of victims from the capsized fishing boat Dolphin are calling for the government to investigate the incident more thoroughly, blaming the botched res...
Teenagers' sleep hours linked to suicide: study
Teenagers who do not get sufficient sleep are more likely to think about, plan or attempt suicide,...
Latest Samsung smartphones selling well in US outlet
LAS VEGAS - The latest Samsung Electronics Galaxy smartphones - the S6 Edge Plus and the Note 5 - were attracting favorable responses in the first month since...
DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)
No eye-catching innovation for iPhone 6S
There was no new innovation. Rather, it appears to have followed other popular competitors whose products have already been verified in the market. The unique characteristics of Apple that touch consumers’ heart and...
Golfer Park In-bee to win Annika Major Award
South Korean star Park In-bee, the world No.1 woman golfer, decorated seven of her 16 career championship victories won at the Women`s PGA with major titles. "I feel comfortable at major championships," she said. "I can...
Supreme Court reverses appellate verdict against CJ’s chairman
Chairman Lee Jae-hyun (aged 55) of CJ Group who was accused of evasion of taxes, embezzlement and malpractice, and sentenced three years in prison will stand trial again. On Thursday, the second Supreme Court (Chief...
Pres. Park suggests opening the new era of `New-Eurasia`
“I suggest that a group of experts to carry out a joint study on Eurasia network be formed whose first conference to be held in the first half of 2016 in Korea,” President Park Geun-hye said on Thursday. Addressing the...
Donald Trump headlines a rally before the Capitol
Some 20 passengers who got off at the Capitol South subway station near the U.S. Congress building in Washington at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday started walking fast towards the grass plaza in front of the Capitol....
500 family reunion candidates selected
Probability is 1/132. At Korean Red Cross building in central Seoul on Tuesday, a random drawing was held to select winners for family reunion. In less than three minutes, 500 were selected among 66,000 candidates. The...
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)
Another Body Found in Trawler Tragedy
The body of a missing passenger of the trawler Dolphin was found on Chuja Island near Jeju on Thursday, five days after the boat capsized. The body was a man without a life jacket. Investigators were later able to establish his identity. >> Full Text
Seoul 'Preparing for N. Korean Nuclear Threat'
Defense Minister Han Min-koo on Thursday said the South Korean military is preparing for the "high likelihood" that North Korea will deploy nuclear weapons warfare-ready. Han was speaking at the Defense Ministry during a parliamentary audit. >> Full Text
Jamsil High-Rise Apartments Boast Highest Rent in Korea
The Prugio WorldMark towers in Jamsil, Seoul charge the highest monthly apartment rent in Korea. A 244 sq.m apartment at Prugio WorldMark let in March last year cost W10.5 million a month on top of a W100 million deposit. >> Full Text
Korean Bankers Make Twice as Much as Their U.S. Counterparts
N.Korea Snubs Greetings from China
Ex-Japanese PM to Lecture at Seoul National University
8,000 Shops to Offer On-the-Spot Tax Rebates for Tourists
Netflix to Be Launched in Korea
Son Yeon-jae Disappoints at Gymnastics Worlds
Hankyoreh Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)
For university students, a four-year degree now costs more than $70,000
With high youth unemployment, graduates are pouring money into credentials with uncertain job prospects
Students attending four-year universities in South Korea face costs averaging around US$71,000 (85.10 million won) through graduation, a recent analysis shows. By way of comparison, a male calf at the Hongseong Livestock Cooperative market went for 3,481,000 won (US$2,900) as of Sept. 8. This means it would take the equivalent of 24 calves to pay for college. Graduating a child from college would require selling an entire farm of livestock.
[Analysis] Can South and North maintain the momentum from Aug. 25 agreement?
North and South Korea managed to hang on to the momentum from their August 25 agreement as a non-stop two-day working-level Red Cross meeting ended on Sept. 8 with an agreement to the holding of reunions of separated family members from Oct. 20 to 26. .
Since price hike, cigarette consumption down but revenue way up
When the administration calculated its 2016 budget, it predicted that total cigarette consumption (shipping) would be 3.46 billion packs, or 600 million (21%) more than this year. Cigarette consumption has fallen by 34% since taxes per pack were raised by 2,000 won (US$1.67) at the beginning of the year, but revenues were projected to increase by 2.854 trillion won (US$2.38 billion) over the year, including national and local taxes. .
Another community to hold a referendum on hosting a nuclear plant
A privately organized referendum asking residents of Yeongdeok County in North Gyeongsang Province whether they support or oppose the construction of a nuclear plant in their county will be held on Nov. 11. .
[Reporter’s notebook] A political stain isn’t reason to ignore minorities’ voices
People said that a disabled girl like her should just stay at home, but in 1995, she started taking her wheelchair and going outside. As a disabled woman, she was a minority among minorities. After serving as the head of South Korea’s delegation to the International Leadership Forum for Women with Disabilities in 1997, she established the human rights group Gonggam, meaning “Empathy,” for women with disabilities in 1998 and devoted herself to the cause. .
6th Asia Future Forum to reconsider failures of globalization
“The series of global financial crises demand that we reconsider globalization. The Washington Consensus, which proposes that the countries of the world solve their problems by opening up their markets, is no longer valid.” .
In 24-hour marathon talks, South and North reach a minimal compromise
Staff members from the South and North Korean branches of the Red Cross held a marathon meeting that continued around the clock from Sep. 7 to Sep. 8. The meeting‘s unusual length resulted from a fierce battle of wills between the two sides on the topics of trading a list of names of all the divided families, holding the meetings on a regular basis, and the timing of the reunions.
JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (http://koreajoongangdaily.joinsmsn.com/)
Korea has 20,000 stateless children
Foreign laborers who overstayed visas fear to register offspring
For 3-year-old Dinuli, the world is nothing more than a converted shipping container planted in a field in the suburbs of North Jeolla. Cows graze nearby. Dinuli isn’t allowed to stray far from her container home. Born to a pair of undocumented immigrants from Sri Lanka, Dinuli has naturally been...
Newest iPhones won’t reach Korea for weeks
Apple on Wednesday unveiled an array of new devices alongside the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, a clear signal that it wants to rely less on the highly popular…
Supreme Court rejects CJ chairman’s sentence
The Supreme Court on Thursday quashed a term sentence of three years in jail and a 25.1 billion won ($21.2 million) fine given to CJ Group Chairman Lee Jay-hyun…
Sides make ‘significant advancements’ in reform talks
Unions, companies and the government said they were a step closer to agreement on labor reforms Thursday, in particular on the two biggest issues…
Hyundai talks go on as strike ratified
Hyundai Motor resumed contract negotiations with its unionized workers on Thursday, a day after workers voted in favor of going on strike.…
Chaebol deals push up M&A values
Both the number and the value of corporate merger and acquisitions deals rose significantly during the first half of this year…
Chinese couples spend big in Korea
Korea is becoming a major destination for young Chinese couples looking to splurge on expensive items for their upcoming marriages. Chen Yi, 34,…
Ruling party calls out online news services
The ruling party on Thursday made another push for its campaign to regulate news services run by major Internet portals, criticizing the cyberspace…
Moon’s critics test waters as NPAD leader urges reforms
The main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) has begun a preparation for a vote of confidence demanded by its leader Moon Jae-in…
Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (http://news.mk.co.kr/english/)
Students welcome wage peak system
Seven out of 10 university students are positive toward the introduction of a wage peak system, and nine agree that underperformers can be fired, according to a poll r.. ...09.10 17:21
Samsung Electronics to reassign employees
Samsung Electronics will reassign its back-office employees to work in the area of marketing, sales, or manufacturing, starting next month. On Wednesday, Samsung Ele.. ...09.10 16:54
Samsung launches 12GB DRAM
Samsung Electronics is strengthening its position in the premium market with its release of a new mobile DRAM which is twice as fast as the existing one for PCs and of.. ...09.10 16:30
Hyundai Motor union votes to strike
Hyundai Motor’s union workers in South Korea have voted to authorize a strike, a union spokesman said on Thursday. Of the carmaker’s 48,000 union members in the coun.. ...09.10 15:22
August payrolls plunge
South Korea’s payrolls in August fell to below the 200,000 mark for the first time since April mainly due to job losses in the wholesale and retail sector, data showe.. ...09.10 15:21
Innovation leading growth needed in new era
“Times have changed. In this era, the world is divided not into developed countries and developing ones but into renovating countries and ones that lack innovation.”.. ...09.10 11:14
Amore Pacific to expand footprint beyond China
Amore Pacific Group will expand its business realm beyond China into the Middle East, Latin America, and Canada. During a press conference held to mark the company’s .. ...09.09 17:44
Kumho Asiana chief suggests about $600mn for acquisition of Kumho Industri..
Park Sam-gu, chairman of Kumho Asiana Group, told creditor groups that he is willing to pay the low-700 billion won ($587 million) level to acquire Kumho Industrial. .. ...09.09 17:08
Park: S. Korea to make efforts to build confidence with N. Korea
“South Korea will make efforts to ensure South and North Korea will build confidence through a smooth implementation of the August 25 agreement of inter-Korean high-l.. ...09.09 16:43
The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
[Working-level Talks on Reunion of Separated Families] Ten Days Before the Reunion Is the Founding of the Workers' Party of Korea : North Korea's Missile Launch to Be the Most Critical Factor
The South Korean government and the Red Cross are now busy with preparations as North and South Korea finalized the date for the reunion of separated families i···
'Reimburse A-bomb Victims Residing in Korea for Full Cost of Medical Treatment' Japanese Supreme Court's First Final Ruling
The Japanese Supreme Court ruled that the Japanese government should pay the full cost of treatment for victims of the atomic bomb residing in South Korea. This···
[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···
The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)
Prez. Park Offers Coordination of Eurasia Initiative with Other Proposals
President Park Geun-hye made on September 10 a proposal of coordinating Korea's "Eurasia Initiative" with similar plans proposed by China ("One Belt, One Road"), Russia ("New Eastern Policy"), and the United States ("New Silk Road Initiative"). She said this in the opening ceremony of the 2015 Euras...
Sejong City Sees Population Rise 5.2 Times for Past 3 Years
The new administrative city of Sejong has seen its population rise 5.2 times for the past three years. According to the Multifunctional Administrative City Construction Agency on September 10, the total number of registered population in the city was 100,144 as of September 9. This is 5.2 times high...
[Market Insight] Japan's Mizuho Securities to Move into Korean Market
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Hyundai Motor Rolls out 6th Generation Avante
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Apple Unveils iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
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AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)
'Stun Gun' Kim Dong-hyun to face veteran fighter Jorge Masvidal in UFC event in Seoul in November
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Actor Ahn Jae-wook joins donors' club
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Find something to eat, see and enjoy at 2015 Seoul Village Festival
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Oath of faithful testimony
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Octagon girl Arianny Celeste visits Seoul to promote UFC event
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AIIB President-designate Jin Liqun in Seoul
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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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