Headlines, November 23, 2020
Headlines, November 23, 2020
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Monday, November 23, 2020


Round-up of important news from major Korean dailies and from international media today

The Korea Post (http://www.koreapost.com/)
“Newly elected President of Bolivia may invite President Moon to visit Bolivia”
Newly elected President Luis Arce of the Plurinational Sate of Bolivia is expected to invite President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea (south) to visit his country at an early date, or President Arce himself might visit Korea at an opportune time.
This was disclosed at a recent interview with Charge d’Affaires (CDA) Luis Pablo Ossio Bustillos of Bolivia in Seoul which was conducted at the Embassy of Bolivia in Seoul by The Korea Post media, publisher of 3 English and 2 Korean-language news publications for the past since 1985.
Specifically, CDA Ossio Bustillos said, “If the COVID-19 situation subsides, new President Luis Arce will either visit South Korea or invite President Moon Jae-in to Bolivia.” President Arce was sworn in by President David Choquehuanca of Bolivia's Legislative Assembly on Nov. 8, 2020.

Amid conflict with Justice Minister Choo, Yoon emerges as top Presidential hopeful
Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol has emerged as one of the most powerful Presidential candidates amid escalating conflicts with Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae.
A recent public opinion poll showed that Prosecutor General Yoon will play a neck-and-neck race with Lee Nak-yeon, the leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Korea, or Lee Jae-myung, governor of Gyeonggi Province, within the range of 1 percentage point.
According to a poll of 1,000 men and women aged 18 or older nationwide conducted by a polling company, Wingkorea Consulting, at the request of the Asia Economy media, 42.3 percent of the respondents picked Lee Nak-yeon and 42.5% selected Yoon Seok-yeol when asked, "Who would you support if Lee and Yoon face each other in the next Presidential election?"

SK Innovation donates $30,000 to EC3, a Georgia-based educational institution
SK Innovation has donated $30,000 (some 33 million won) to the Empower College & Career Center (EC3), an educational institution based in Georgia, the U.S., which is building a battery production plant, the company said on Nov. 22.
In January last year, SK Innovation signed an "investment memorandum of understanding (MOU)" with the Georgia State government, promising to donate a total of $60,000 over two years to EC3.
The company donated $30,000 for the first time last year and another $30,000 for the second time on Nov. 19 this year.

KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/)
Moon Stresses Global Solidarity on Pandemic Response in G20 Summit
President Moon Jae-in participated in a virtual conference of the Group of 20 summit on Saturday and emphasized the importance of global cooperation to overcome the economic and health crisis amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking at the Day One session of the two-day summit, the president also stressed the need for the development and equitable distribution of vaccines and treatments in order to bring a complete end to the coronavirus outbreak.
Moon appreciated related efforts and roles by the World Health Organization and the International Vaccine Institute and pledged Seoul's cooperation on the supply of vaccines for developing countries.

S. Korea Reports 330 New COVID-19 Cases
South Korea reported 330 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, raising the accumulated caseload to 30-thousand-733.
The Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said Sunday that of the new cases detected throughout Saturday, 302 were local transmissions, while 28 were imported.
The daily figure dropped by 56 from the previous day, but stayed above 300 for the fifth consecutive day. Virus risks appear to remain high as the figure surpassed 300 even when the number of people tested dropped slightly compared to weekdays.

Bottom 20% Households of S. Korea See Deficit in Q3
Government data show that more than half of the households in the lowest income bracket ran a deficit in the third quarter due to a resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
According to data by Statistics Korea on Sunday, 50-point-nine percent of the bottom 20 percent of households spent more than they earned during the July-September period. It is the first time the ratio for the third quarter topped 50 percent since 2013.
The bottom 20 percent of households earned one-point-637 million won a month during the cited period, down one-point-one percent from a year earlier.

Yonhap (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr)
S. Korea to raise social distancing level in greater Seoul area to 3rd highest
South Korea on Sunday decided to enforce tougher distancing regulations for the greater Seoul area and the southwestern region as health authorities try to stem a resurgence of the novel coronavirus.
The government announced that the Level 2 distancing, the third-highest in the country's five-tier COVID-19 alert system, will be applied to the nation's capital area, while North and South Jeolla Provinces will be under the Level 1.5 distancing for two weeks starting Tuesday.
Health authorities started to enforce the Level 1.5 distancing from Thursday for the greater Seoul area, home to half of the country's population, but as virus infections in the region showed no signs of a letup, they decided to adopt tougher antivirus curbs.

New virus cases over 300 for 5th day, tougher antivirus curbs to be enforced
The number of daily new coronavirus cases in South Korea exceeded 300 for the fifth straight day Sunday due to sporadic cluster infections across the country as health authorities decided to enforce tougher antivirus curbs to prevent another wave of the pandemic.
The country added 330 more COVID-19 cases, including 302 local infections, raising the total caseload to 30,733, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).
The latest figure is down from 386 cases on Saturday, apparently due to less virus testing on the weekend, but health authorities are keeping their guard up. The daily caseload has been staying in the triple digits since Nov. 8, with the figure surpassing 300 for the first time since late August on Wednesday with 313 cases.

G-20 leaders to focus on inclusive, resilient future in second day of summit
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and leaders of 19 other major global economies plan to adopt a joint communique to sum up the results of their two-day virtual conference dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Cheong Wa Dae said Sunday.
In the Day 2 session of the Group of 20 (G-20) summit, they are scheduled to focus on ways for an "inclusive, sustainable and resilient" future of the world hit hard by the virus.
The participating leaders will adopt a joint communique following the second-day session, Moon's spokesman Kang Min-seok said at a press briefing.

The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)
On verge of third wave, Seoul area walks back reopening
Stricter social distancing measures will be restored in the Seoul metropolitan region beginning Tuesday, the South Korean public health authorities said Sunday. The country has now reported 300-plus daily novel coronavirus infection tallies for five consecutive days.
Korea on Saturday performed 9,460 tests and found 330 more positive cases -- 302 locally transmitted and 28 imported -- according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency updates. The cumulative number of official cases is 30,733.
Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said at Sunday’s meeting of the government’s central headquarters for coronavirus response that Seoul and nearby areas will have to follow stricter rules under the five-tier social distancing system in the coming weeks.

Bumpy road ahead of KAL-Asiana tie-up
Controversy escalated Sunday over the proposed business integration plan of South Korea’s two flag carriers -- Korean Air Lines and Asiana Airlines -- as to whether the fundraising plan of Korean Air’s parent company Hanjin KAL to achieve the tie-up is legally viable.
State-run lender and creditor Korea Development Bank has addressed concerns over the possibility of an injunction court order that might kill its plan of providing 800 billion won ($716 million) to Hanjin KAL in return for at least 10.6 percent of voting rights plus exchangeable bonds. The KDB capital injection is viewed as the backbone of Korean Air’s 1.8 billion-won deal to control its indebted rival Asiana. The first court trial regarding the matter is poised to kick off Wednesday.

Eased regulations on e-scooter spark concerns
Safety concerns are mounting ahead of the implementation of relaxed rules that will enable teenagers to ride electric scooters without a license, among other changes, amid a growing number of accidents caused by the popular new mobility option.
Under the current Road Traffic Act, electric scooter riders must be at least 16 years old and have a motorcycle license. When the revised law takes effect Dec. 10, those aged 13 and older will be allowed to ride e-scooters on cycling paths, with no penalty for not wearing a helmet.
The speed limit of 25 kilometers per hour is the only restriction that operators will have to comply with.

The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Will Kim Jong-un attend Tokyo Olympics?
President Moon Jae-in and his ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) are determined not to miss out on the chance for engaging North Korea and promoting peace on the Korean Peninsula during the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.
During the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, a high-level delegation led by the North Korean leader's sister Kim Yo-jong visited PyeongChang, paving the way for the first summit between President Moon and Kim Jong-un on April 27, 2018. That was first of three Moon-Kim summits that year, culminating in the one in Pyongyang in September. Therefore, Olympic diplomacy has a special meaning for Moon, who is looking increasingly out of options for a breakthrough in inter-Korean relations with limited time left in his five-year presidency which ends in May 2022. Moon's concerns about backtracking on his peace process for the Korean Peninsula are aggravated by the election of Joe Biden, the vice president during the Obama administration which put the focus on sanctions rather than diplomacy with North Korea.

Korea to raise social distancing level to curb mass outbreaks
The government decided to raise the social distancing level in Seoul and surrounding areas by one notch to Level 2 beginning Tuesday, to prevent another wave of COVID-19 infections, as new daily cases are expected to continue surging in the coming weeks, according to Health and Welfare Minister Park Neung-hoo, Sunday.
The government also decided to elevate the distancing scheme in Gwangju and North and South Jeolla provinces to Level 1.5 as these regions have seen a rapid increase in the number of virus patients.
These measures will be applied for two weeks until Dec. 7 at the earliest. "The decision was made in consideration of the rapid spread of COVID-19 infections ahead of winter months," Park said during a media briefing after the government meeting on COVID-19 response.

Third virus wave to shatter hopes of economic recovery
The recent flare-up of COVID-19 cases topping 300 per day for the fifth consecutive day is a highly troublesome indication that Korea will be unable to benefit from a much-awaited economic recovery any time soon, experts said Sunday.
As the government has decided Sunday to extend social distancing rules to Level 2 in Seoul and its surrounding areas effective Tuesday, it will deal another blow to consumption, dashing hopes of a swift recovery in the fourth quarter.
According to advance data released Oct. 27 by the Bank of Korea, Korea reported 1.9 percent quarter-on-quarter growth in the July-September period, snapping out of two consecutive contractions that began in the first quarter. The economy shrank 1.3 percent in January-March and contracted further by 3.2 percent the following quarter, due in large part to a plunge in exports amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Wang Yi expected to visit S. Korea on Nov. 25 to meet with Kang Kyung-wha
Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi is expected to visit South Korea around Nov. 25 to meet with Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha.
Chinese officials said that while nothing has yet been finalized, plans were being pursued as of Nov. 19 for Wang to visit South Korea on Nov. 25 to meet with Kang the following day. Wang appears likely to travel to South Korea after first visiting Japan for two days to meet with Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi. He initially planned to visit Japan and South Korea last month, but postponed his visit citing “internal schedule” issues.
During his South Korea visit, Wang appears likely to discuss a future visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping. In a South Korean visit in August, Yang Jiechi, a Chinese Community Party Politburo member for foreign affairs, expressed hope for a visit by Xi, referring to South Korea as “one of the first countries that [Xi] will visit when the COVID-19 situation stabilizes.” But with the global spread of the pandemic showing no signs of abating, it remains unclear whether a South Korea visit will materialize within the year.

IAEA suspects Kangson facility of enriched uranium production
The Kangson facility on the outskirts of Pyongyang — the immediate cause of the breakdown of negotiations between North Korea and the US during their Hanoi summit in February 2019 — is connected to nuclear activity, the International Atomic Energy Agency said.
IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi drew the connection during a press conference following a meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors in Vienna, Austria, on Nov. 18. “We are trying to finetune the analysis on Kangson, which is another site. In the beginning, we were a bit more prudent, but with further analysis we can see that this is a relevant place where [nuclear] activity is taking place,” he said.
When the IAEA returns to North Korea, Grossi said, “We will have in front of us a much wider set of facilities and places to visit. So it’s good that we start to get a feel of what could be taking place at different parts of the country.”

KIST develops transparent material for smartphone screens capable of repairing itself
In the “Terminator 2: Judgement Day,” the T-1000 can’t be stopped by bullets. The shapeshifting android has self-healing properties that repair damage in the blink of an eye.
But this technology — once feasible solely in the realm of the cinema — is now becoming a reality. In the near future, it’s likely that smartphone users won’t have to fork over money to repair a cracked screen. Researchers have developed a material for smartphone liquid crystal displays that can repair itself in 12 hours at room temperature and in just 20 minutes under UV rays.
The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced on Nov. 19 that it had developed a self-healing transparent electronic material capable of repairing cracks and other damage. The study was carried out by two research teams, one led by Jung Yong-chae, director of KIST’s Composite Materials Applications Research Center, and the other by Han Hak-su, a professor at Yonsei University.

Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
Young Koreans Scrape Pennies from Apps to Make Ends Meet
Apps that allow people to make a little money on the side are growing popular among young people as the coronavirus epidemic drags on.
Some apps pay W40 for every 10,000 steps walked, while others pay W3 for clicking on an ad or W300 for participating in a survey (US$1=W1,117). The only benefit is that they can harvest data which they then hope to sell to advertisers, but many furloughed workers in the hospitality and other service industries are happy to sell their privacy for a little extra money.
One 28-year-old office worker in Incheon turns on his smartphone app on his way to work every day. The app awards him W40 if he walks 10,000 steps a day -- not out of concern for his health but because it knows where he is going.

University Entrance Exam to Go Ahead as Planned
This year's nationwide university entrance exam will be held on Dec. 3 as scheduled.
A recent surge in coronavirus infections had fueled anxiety among senior high school students ahead of the exam, but Education Minister Yoo Eun-hae said Thursday, "There are only two weeks left until the exam and it can't just be postponed."
Students study at a high school in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province on Thursday. "Coronavirus infections are expected to increase, but the government is thoroughly preparing for the spread and ensuring the exam can take place as planned on Dec. 3."

Airlines to Offer Flights That Go Nowhere
The government will allow flights that go nowhere and land where they started until December next year, with passenger planes spending two to three hours cruising around foreign airspace.
The flights give grounded planes a much-needed workout to make sure they are in good condition, while passengers are being lured with the opportunity for duty-free shopping.
Finance Minister Hong Nam-ki said in a meeting on Thursday, "To support the aviation industry and spur private consumption, we are pursuing non-landing flights, which have become a new trend in travel amid the coronavirus pandemic."

The Dong-A Ilbo (http://english.donga.com/)
S. Korean parts take up most parts in iPhone 12
Apple’s new iPhone 12 contains more components from South Korea than from any other countries in terms of the price.
The Nikkei reported on Saturday that, according to “Formalhaut Techno Solutions,” an IT device research company based in Tokyo, South Korean parts take up 27.3 percent of the estimated production of Apple’s latest smartphone, which is the highest. Components from the United States came in the second place at 25.6 percent, followed by those from Japan (13.2), Taiwan (12.1) and China (4.7).
For the previous iPhone 11 range, South Korea made up 18.2 percent, second only to the United States with 25.8 percent, and marginally ahead of Japan with 13.8 percent. However, with the latest model, South Korea has overtaken the United States, widening the gap with Japan. The share of South Korean parts rose by 9.1 percentage points, while the share of U.S. and Japanese components dropped by 0.2 percentage point and 0.6 percentage point, respectively.

G20 leaders pledge to fund fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
The leaders of the G20 have agreed to provide funding for equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. “We will exert efforts to make COVID-19 vaccines as public goods that people in all different countries will be able to use,” Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized at the G20 summit, which was held on Saturday and Sunday. Amid continued power vacuum since the U.S. presidential election, China appears to have started taking action to gain upper hands in “COVID-19 diplomacy” on top of a global trade pact.
At the G20 summit, which concluded on Sunday, the leaders adopted a joint communiqué that calls for equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines and assistance to help developing countries overcome the pandemic crisis. They have agreed to provide support in supply of COVID-19 vaccines at the G20 summit once again after the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Council meeting.

U.S. reports more than 200,000 COVID-19 cases a day
The daily number of patients confirmed with COVID-19 in the United States has surpassed the 200,000 threshold for the first time. With an ever-tightening lockdown controls across the nation, people in terror and nervousness are rushing back to supermarkets for stockpiling.
Another wave of hoarding everyday products among U.S. shoppers is rising nationwide following the one witnessed at the first peak of the novel coronavirus between March and April. Walmart, Costco and other large-scale warehouse retailers have recently seen toilet paper, bottled water and hand sanitizers rapidly going out of stock, according to U.S. news media. Supermarket chains including Vons and Albertsons ask their shoppers to refrain from buying an excessive amount of products in one go.

The KyungHyang Shinmun (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
Incumbent Judge Files Lawsuit for Compensation of 300 Million Won for “Disadvantages in Personnel Appointments by the Supreme Court under Yang Sung-tae”
An incumbent judge who claims to be a victim of unfair personnel decisions by the Supreme Court, filed a civil lawsuit against Yang Sung-tae (Yang Seung-tae, pictured), the former chief justice of the Supreme Court. The judge claims he filed the lawsuit to hold Yang Sung-tae responsible for violating the independence of a judge with unfair personnel decisions, because he had posted his opinion against a Supreme Court policy on the court’s intranet.
On November 19, Song Seung-yong, a chief judge at the Suwon District Court filed a lawsuit against former Chief Justice Yang and former chiefs of the National Court Administration Park Byoung-dae and Ko Young-han, as well as deputy chiefs Kang Hyung-joo and Im Jong-heon demanding compensation of 300 million won at the Seoul Central District Court. The list of defendants included a large number of incumbent judges, including Kim Yeon-hak and Nam Seong-min who oversaw human resources in the government and the National Court Administration and judge Na Sang-hun who was a coordinator at the Office of Planning and Coordination.

Five out of Ten Delivery Workers Were in an Accident in the Past Year
More than half of delivery workers experienced minor and major accidents in their workplace in the past year. The majority of them made deliveries for their primary source of income and many worked ten hours a day, six days a week.
On November 19, Working Voice organized a debate at the National Assembly and released the results of a survey of 1,628 delivery workers in six areas throughout the nation on the status of their contracts and labor.
The majority of delivery workers relied on the delivery work for their livelihood and had contracts with only one delivery service company. In the past, more people made deliveries as a side job, and often had contracts with several companies. This was the reason why they were not eligible for proper protection, such as industrial accident insurance and employment insurance. But 84.8% of the respondents who took part in the latest survey worked in delivery as their primary source of income. People who said they did not engage in any other work except delivery also accounted for 74.4% of the answers. The percentage of people who worked for just one delivery service company was also 84.8%.

Japan’s Intention Behind the Invitation to Kim Jong-un to the Tokyo Olympics
Democratic Party of Korea lawmaker Kim Jin-pyo, who also serves as the chair of the Korea-Japan Parliamentarians’ Union, said in a press interview on November 18, “The Japanese government expressed its intention to invite North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to Tokyo during the Tokyo Olympic Games next July.” Lawmaker Kim met with political and government figures including Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, during his trip to Japan on November 12-14. He said, “If Chairman Kim is willing to attend, they could formally invite him through the organizing committee for the Olympic Games.” 
Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato did not respond on this issue, but recalled that Prime Minister Suga mentioned Chairman Kim’s visit to Japan as an “opportunity.” He referred to the Japanese prime minister’s words at the House of Councillors on November 5. When asked about the possibility of a summit if the North Korean leader visits during the Tokyo Olympics, Prime Minister Suga said, “I think it will be a good opportunity.”

Maeil Business News Korea (http://www.pulsenews.co.kr/)
Woori Bank to shutter 86% or 700 or more branches
South Korea’s major commercial lender Woori Bank will close down around 700 or 86 percent of its branches across the nation over the long run and operate just 117 branches by integrating services to stay competitive amid a fast shift to non face-to-face banking.
Woori Bank’s future strategy division selected top 117 branches by asset to go with the lender and named them ‘Value Group,’ according to sources from the financial industry on Thursday. The branches will provide one-stop services ranging from asset management to corporate lending.
It will appoint new heads of the VGs, which will be a higher position than lead branch managers but lower than executives. An official from the bank said it has to shut down some of its branches on the back of the increasing online and digital transactions, and in the end, it will ultimately have one VG per district. A massive personnel reshuffle is also expected to follow along with the branch closures.

KDB pushes heiress out and warns Hanjin chair can be next on poor management
State lender Korea Development Bank has ordered an heiress of the Cho owner family behind Hanjin Group to stay out of management and reiterated that it could sack chairman Cho Won-tae if it is not happy about the way the single flag carrier is run after Asiana Airlines goes under Korean Air Lines, stoking concerns over excess state meddling in corporate affairs.
The government chose to sponsor Korean Air Lines’ acquisition of the beleaguered smaller peer through public funding despite the owner risk related to the parent Hanjin Group “out of necessity for the sake of overall airline industry,” said KDB chairman Lee Dong-gull in an online press conference held Thursday, addressing to the controversy about favoritism towards a certain conglomerate.
“Hanjin Group chairman would be sacked if his management performance proves poor,” he said, backing the conditions the state lender had listed in return for injecting 800 billion won ($718 million) into Hanjin KAL, the parent of Korean Air Lines, to back 1.5 trillion won acquisition of Asiana Airlines.

Doosan Infracore sale to pick up speed after litigation risk removed
South Korea’s Doosan Group has decided to take all the responsibility for the litigation risk related to Doosan Infracore China (DICC) to make Doosan Infracore Co. a risk-free company in a move to expedite its sale.
According to multiple sources from the investment bank industry on Thursday, Doosan Infracore will receive final bids for the sale of its 36.27 percent stake on Nov. 24, one month after the company shortlisted candidates. Before the final bid, Doosan Group notified the shortlisted companies that it will carry out the sale of Doosan Infracore without shouldering the contenders the DICC litigation risk, vowing to turn Doosan Infracore into a clean company in which the buyer will not have to worry about the lawsuit involving DICC and contingent liabilities, said sources.

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Japan's Yomiuri  www.yomiuri.co.jp japannews@yomiuri.com 
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Mainichi  www.mainichi.jp
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