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Sept. 14, 2015

The Korean daily media headlines and humor

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Your Excellency:

Here are 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


Korea Post Media

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The Korea Post notices:

Invitation to Kim’s Eye Hospital

For the Excellencies and Madams:

There are only three 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.

Recommended exhibits:

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: or


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


Labor, Management, Gov't Reach Grand Compromise

Labor, management and government representatives reached a tentative agreement on labor reform Sunday, some two hours after they resumed talks.   Chairman...

Business Community Welcomes Labor Reform Deal

Umbrella Unions Condemn Grand Compromise

Rival Parties Split on Grand Compromise

Investigators Raid State Arms Procurer on Corruption Allegations

Lydia Ko Becomes Youngest Winner of LPGA Major

Ahn Cheol-soo Asks NPAD Chief to Cancel Vote of Confidence

S. Korea's Nuke Envoy Departs for US to Discuss N. Korea's Nuke

Business Community Welcomes Labor Reform Deal

Gov't to Conduct Safety Inspection on Port Facilities Ahead of Chuseok

Transaction Volume of 3-Year Gov't Bond Futures Hits Record High

UN: Food Rations in N. Korea Half the Recommended Amount

Koreas to Exchange Lists of Reunion Candidates Tuesday

Seoul Hopes DMZ Peace Park Will Straddle 2 Koreas

FIFA Finds No Election Wrongdoing by AFC, Chung Renews Call for Investigation

US Appreciates S. Korea's Support Following Attack on Ambassador

UN Chief Urges US, China, N. Korea to Endorse CTBT

Labor, Management, Gov't Reach Grand Compromise


Yonhap (

Tripartite committee agrees on labor reform

South Korea's labor, management and government representatives on Sunday agreed to ease labor restrictions after months of tense negotiations.

S. Korea, France to open events to mark diplomatic anniv. this week

South Korea and France will begin a series of cultural events in each other's capital this week to celebrate the 130th anniversary of their diplomatic ties which falls next year.

Samsung Q3 earnings forecast to miss market estimates

South Korea's top tech giant Samsung Electronics Co. is expected to post weaker-than-expected earnings for the third quarter of 2015, analysts said Monday, due to the delayed recovery of its handset business.

Body found near site of capsized boat

A body presumed to be one of those missing from a recently capsized fishing boat was recovered Monday on South Korea's southern coast near the site of the accident, officials said, in the latest recovery since last week.

Chinese institute to hold seminar on N. Korea's nuclear program

A Chinese state-run research institute will hold an international seminar later this week to discuss North Korea's nuclear weapons program, according to the Chinese institute and a diplomatic source on Monday.

Chinese institute to hold seminar on N. Korea's nuclear pr..

N. Korean leader extols youths in power plant construction

N. Korea sends letter to U.N. to call for end of U.S. mili..

S. Korea, New Zealand hold FM talks on N. Korea, economic ..

S. Korean, U.S. nuke envoys to discuss strategy on N. Kore..

Seoul shares turn lower on uncertainty over U.S. rate hike

Korea Inc. bedeviled by slump, looming labor ..

The Korea Interbank Offered Rates (KORIBOR)

S. Korea's home rental deals fall 4.3 pct in Aug.

S. Korean firms urged to brace for slowing growth in China..

SHINee's Jonghyun to release self-composed album

Two premier KBO sluggers on verge of historic..

Two episodes added to 'Yongpal' starring Kim Tae-hee, Joo ..

Jang Keun-suk volunteers at orphanage

Jeonbuk seeking semifinal berth over Japanese rival..


The Korea Herald (

Gen. Lee Sun-jin named head of Joint Chiefs of Staff

Army Gen. Lee Sun-jin was named the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Monday, in a major reshuffle of the mil...

New database to screen unfit draftees sparks privacy concern

The Defense Ministry plans to establish a database on the traits of conscripts who are prone to...

Controversy flares over kid-free zones in Korea

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, Kim Min-jin, 24, visited a cafe in Samcheong-dong, a quaint neig...

Steelmakers bet big on supply for premium cars

Bogged by risks from weakening profits and China’s economic slowdown, South Korean steelmakers...

Socialist Corbyn wins U.K. Labor leadership

Veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain’s Labor opposition on Saturday in a lands...

Insatiable greed

Hyundai Motor’s labor union has voted to strike, as negotiation with the management is maki...

Tax hike not enough

About eight months have passed since the government raised the tobacco tax, which increased ...

East Asian agriculture ministers join hands for sustainable growth

Senior farming-issue policymakers of South Korea, China and Japan agreed to strengthen...

Germany pioneers renewable energy to thrust economic growth

Europe’s industrial powerhouse Germany is transforming its energy supply by switching to renew...


The Korea Times (

New head of Joint Chiefs of Staff appointed

The Joint Chiefs of Staff has appointed Army Gen. Lee Sun-jin as its new chairman, the Defense Ministry said. Lee is a graduate of the Army Academy in Yeongcheon, North Gyeongsang Province. He served as the commander of Korea’s...

Gov't, union agree on labor reform

Labor, management and government representatives reached an agreement on key issues to reform the nation’s labor market, Sunday. The agreement comes three days after the initial deadline for the talks set by Finance Minister Cho...

Syrians urge Korea to grant refugee status

A group of Syrians seeking refugee status gathered in front of the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in central Seoul, Sunday, calling for the government to help bring their families here. Adnan Alyatak...

Korea seeks adding forced labor archives to UNESCO

The government is seeking to add its archives on forced labor during the 1910-1945 Japanese colonial rule to the UNESCO heritage list, sources said Sunday. A collection of 336,797 documents, photos and other materials on Japan’s...

Another victim from capsized boat found 

A body presumed to be a victim of the capsized fishing boat from the last week has been found. 

N. Korea nudges UN 'US military must leave South' 

North Korea has sent a letter to the U.N. Security Council, demanding the U.S. military in South K... 

Parking rate doubles at Incheon airport 

Incheon International Airport is doubling its parking rates.

'K-pop can weaken NK regime' 

K-pop songs and weather forecasts broadcast from propaganda loudspeakers along the inter-Korean border can ultimately weaken the North Korean regime because t... 

Ahn slams Moon's confidence vote proposal 

Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo, former co-chairman of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy ... 

Develop or perish 

Developing a new medicine requires significant amounts of patience and capital. According to the K... 

Chuseok drives direct purchases from overseas 

With Chuseok approaching at the end of this month, people have increasingly been turning to overse... 

5G technology to go mainstream in 2016 

The fifth-generation (5G) network technology will be more crystallized and on the rise...


DongA Ilbo (

Ahn raises voice against Moon over NPAD innovation

Our party’s Central Committee should be indefinitely postponed and a public survey of confidence be canceled,” lawmaker Ahn Cheol-soo of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy raised his voice toward party leader Moon... 

Venezuelan first-time director wins Venice Golden Lion

Venezuelan movie “From Afar” has won the best film of Golden Lion at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival. The movie “From Afar” that won the best at the closing ceremony at Lido Island, Italy on Saturday...

Mayweather wins by decision to keep undefeated record in all 49 matches

Floyd Mayweather Jr. (38, U.S.), who was criticized by boxing fans for playing "the worst game of the Century" in May, has retired as an active pro boxer after keeping his undefeated record, which was dubious to some...

Will Son Heung-min score debut goal in Premier League on Sunday?

Son Heung-min (23), who moved from Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga to Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League, will play his EPL debut match in an away match against Sunderland, which will take place 9:30...

GS EPS completes Asia’s largest biomass power plant

GS EPS, a utility affiliate of GS Group, has completed Asia’s largest-scale biomass power plant of 105 megawatt at Bugok industrial complex in Dangjin, South Chungcheong Province. Since its groundbreaking in May 2013,...

Grenade accident kills one Army soldier dead, 2 wounded in Daegu

One Army sergeant was killed and two recruits were wounded Friday when a hand grenade exploded for an unknown reason during a training session at the South Korean Army`s 50th Infantry Division in Daegu. According to an...

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 (

Seoul 'Poised to Test Long-Range Ballistic Missile'

South Korea has almost completed the development of a new ballistic missile with a range of 800 km and is getting ready for a test launch. Seoul has been developing missiles with a range from 300 km to 800 km under new South Korea-U.S. missile guidelines. >> Full Text

Seoul Pushes to List Forced-Labor Records with UNESCO

Seoul is seeking the UNESCO listing of documents about Koreans who were forced to labor for the Japanese occupying forces during World War II. The move comes after Japan succeeded in listing with UNESCO historic industrial facilities. >> Full Text

New Lotte World Traders Demand Lower Parking Fees

Almost 900 businesses in the new Lotte World mall in southern Seoul recently submitted a petition to the city government demanding lower fees in the car park. The mall charges W800 every 10 minutes for parking during operating hours. >> Full Text

26,000 Workers Fired on Maternity Leave

Obama Dumps Waldorf for Lotte-Owned Hotel

Affordable LUNA Smartphone Sells Out in 10 Days

Slasher Gets 12 Years for Attacking U.S. Ambassador


Hankyoreh Shinmoon (

[Reportage] A Syrian refugee’s uncertain future on Jeju Island

Ahmad lives hand-to-mouth after fleeing war in his homeland; he’s part of a challenge to S. Korea’s pledge to protect vulnerable refugees

Ahmad Rababidi, 22, is the only Syrian living on Jeju Island. Until arriving in South Korea in Dec. 2012, Ahmad didn’t even know the difference between China, Japan, and South Korea

[Dispatch] 99 years is more than enough for animals stuck in Costa Rican zoo

Kivu the lion has never set foot in the African savannah. He has never run though tall desert grass, in fact, for most of his life, Kivu has not had the space to run at all. Born in captivity in Cuba, Kivu was donated to Costa Rica’s Sim .

US Ambassador attacker sentenced to 15 years for attempted murder

A South Korean court meted out a harsh sentence to Kim Ki-jong, 56, the man who stabbed Mark Lippert, US ambassador to South Korea, this past March. Kim is the head of a group called Woori Madang. .

[Cine feature] Period films open up the era of 10 million admissions

The hottest trend in Korean cinema today is "historical drama," Korean historical films, or Sageuk, which means costume dramas usually set in the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910). Along with modern period dramas (a.k.a. shidaegeuk), costume dramas set in the 20th century, a more recent past, historical dramas have become the driving force for modern Korean films' strong box office performance. .

[Cine feature] The era of “Visible Women” of Korean cinema arrives

It is difficult to list non-monodrama films that have no female character at all, and it is even more difficult to list films where female characters take the control of the story and remain “uninstrumentalized” by male-created perspectives. Represented by a handful of women characters, labor drama Cart, comedy Venus Talk and horror film The Silenced might be three of the extremely few exceptions. .

S. Korea at bottom of rich countries pile for measures to relieve inequality

South Korean government policies to reduce income inequality lag far behind those of other advanced economies, a World Economic Forum (WEF) report recently concluded. The report’s figures also showed serious problems with corruption, and with corporations and politicians exploiting their power for illicit gains.


JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (

Parents take extreme measures

Those with stateless children go as far as seeking adoption

Undocumented immigrants in Korea would do anything to give their children normal lives and Korean citizenship - even if it means resorting to brokers to illegally obtain false documentation, or giving their children away. A Cambodian couple, 30-year-old Lee Hong and his wife, 28-year-old Nali…

Trilateral parties reach agreement on labor reform

Unions reached an agreement on the government-led plan for labor reform, accepting the two sensitiveness issues of a revision on salary system…

Moon forges ahead, but delays confidence vote

Opposition party leader Moon Jae-in and his fellow party lawmakers agreed to convene the party’s central committee on Wednesday as scheduled…

Boosting economy, curbing deficit proves tough for gov’t

The Park Geun-hye administration’s budget plan for next year reflects the deepening dilemma of Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan…

Hanwha lands $203M for country’s biggest contract

Hanwha Engineering & Construction has received a 240 billion won ($203 million) prepayment from the Iraqi government as part of a 2.4 trillion won…

Almost 1.9m Ppomppu user accounts hacked

A special government investigation team has been set up to track the hackers who stole the personal details of almost 1.9 million users on the country’s largest community …


Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (

Japanese bearings supplier indicted in Korea

Minebea, a Japanese-based bearing manufacturer, has been indicted in Seoul for a price-fixing conspiracy allegedly abusing its market dominance. It marks the first ind.. ...09.14 13:10

Labor, management, gov’t take first step in agreement

Labor, management, and government representatives have finally reached an agreement after one year-long series of ‘marathon talks.’ The three parties have decided to.. ...09.14 13:03

Coal gasification emerging as hot button sector

The coal gasification business has come under spotlight on the global energy market. It is the business that extracts SNG, the same ingredient as LNG, from low-quality.. ...09.14 12:54

SoluM becomes 7th company separated from Samsung Electro-Mechanics

SoluM became the seventh company separated from Samsung Electro-Mechanics. The company specializes in power, tuner and electronic shelf label (ESL). SoluM suffered fro.. ...09.14 11:22

Park calls for cooperation for Eurasian project

President Park Geun-hye Thursday called on the US, China and Russia to strengthen mutual cooperation in building a logistics network across Eurasian countries as South.. ...09.11 16:59

CJ gets relief on court’s decision

As the Supreme Court’s retrial decision over the case of convicted CJ Group Chairman Lee Jay-Hyun boosts the possibility of a suspended sentence, the company’s busin.. ...09.11 12:31

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


The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (

Moon Jae-in's "Vote of Confidence" vs. Non-mainstream's "Early Convention"

New Politics Alliance for Democracy leader Moon Jae-in suggested a vote of confidence in connection to the party's new proposal of innovations, bringing the co···

Three North Korean Military Leaders Rumored to Have Been Censured for "Mine Provocation" Are Alive and Well

After the land mine explosion in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and the North's statement of regret, rumors claimed that three North Korean military leaders had ···

Wage Gap Between Nationals and Foreigners Highest among OECD Member States

The wage gap between domestic and migrant workers in South Korea is the largest among the members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (···

?[Editorial] What Is the Government Doing as the Younger Generation Give Up Seeking Employment?

More and more young adults are giving up looking for a job. According to the August Employment Trend released yesterday by Statistics Korea, 539,000 people have···

[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···


The Korea Economic Daily (

Retained Earnings of Publicly Listed Firms Increased 158% for Past 6 Years

The amount of retained earnings of Korea's publicly listed firms has increased by a large margin for the past six years. According to Rep. Kim Hyun-mi (New Politics Alliance for Democracy), a member of the strategy and finance committee of the National Assembly, based on the compilation of 1,835 fir...

New Round of iPhone-Galaxy War Commences

Bell rang for a new round of competition between Apple and Samsung Electronics as Apple released its brand-new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. As expected, the iPhone 6S looks the same as its predecessor iPhone 6 but Apple sharply upgraded the internal features of the iPhone 6S compared to the previous model...

Share of Smart TVs in Global TV Sales Rises to 41% in First Half

In contrast to the sluggish growth of overall TV sales worldwide, the smart TV market showed a rapid growth. According to market research firm Display Search on September 14, the sales of smart TVs worldwide totaled 40.19 million units in the first half of this year, accounting for 41 percent of the ...

Share of Smart TVs in Global TV Sales Rises to 41% in First Half

In contrast to the sluggish growth of overall TV sales worldwide, the smart TV market showed a rapid growth. According to market research firm Display Search on September 14, the sales of smart TVs worldwide totaled 40.19 million units in the first half of this year, accounting for 41 percent of the ...


AJU Business Daily (

Nestle Korea holds launch event for new capsule coffee machines

Models pose with "Stelia," a new capsule coffee machine, at a launch event for the product at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) in Seoul, Thursday. The coffee machine is available in three colors: pia…

South Korea keeps base rate at 1.5% for 3rd month

South Korea's central bank Friday left its benchmark interest rate for September unchanged at 1.5 percent for the third consecutive month. The Bank of Korea (BOK) has lowered the base rate by a…

DreamT prepares to debut new boy group M.A.P.6

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'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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Supreme Court Remands Case Involving Chairman Lee Jae Hyun Of CJ After Reversal

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Seoul Viosys Commercializes ‘Bio-LEDs’ Technology That Kept American Space Station’s Environment Clean

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The Korea Post is at your service

Dear International Student:

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 outlets, three in English and two in the Korean language and two in print edition (one English and one Korean) and three Internet editions (one English Internet daily, one Korean-language Internet daily and one English e-daily).

On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, The Kore Post is further expanding its coverage of, and service for, the international students community in Korea, from its coverage of over 200-plus foreign embassies accredited to Korea, including 111 resident embassies Seoul.

Our typical programs with the international students in Korea include the following:

Dangjin Festival:  /news/view.html?smode=&skey=Dangjin&x=19&y=12&section=161&category=181&no=896,

African retreat: /news/view.html?section=162&page=3&category=183&no=1006

It if you any interesting story/photos, which you think might contribute to the promotion of understanding, exchange, cooperation and friendship between Korea and your country, you may send them to us for publication by all five media units of The Korea Post mentioned above, namely:

Korean-language Internet daily:

English-language Internet daily: /main/index.html

Korean-language newspaper:

English e-daily (Korean Media Daily Headlines): /rankup_module/rankup_notice/notice_detail.html?no=313

English print monthly:

The contact information of The Korea Post is:

Email or, Regular phones 82-2-2298-1740/2, 1745/6,  Fax 82-2-2298-9506.


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