Headlines, November 26, 2020
Headlines, November 26, 2020
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Thursday, November 26, 2020

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

The Korea Post (http://www.koreapost.com/)
“I am grateful to the two peoples for cooperation, great success in our National Socio-Economic Development Plan”
President Moon Jae-in said, “I am so grateful to His Excellency Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LPDR) for his special interest in my country and people, including his visit to Korea many times and third time even to his Busan City.” President Moon made the remarks at his summit meeting with Prime Minister Sisoulith in Busan on Nov. 26 last year.
These traditional friendly feelings shared by the leaders and peoples of the two countries were fully exemplified by Ambassador Theing Boupha of the LPDR in Seoul at a recent interview with The Korea Post media, publisher of 3 English and 2 Korean news publications since 1985.
December this year is a special month for Korea and Laos—the latter celebrating the 45th anniversary of Proclamation of the Lao PDR and the two friendly countries marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations established between them.

“We are committed to advancing ‘digital agriculture’ to give benefit to our farmers”
Hur Tae-woong, administrator of Rural Development Administration, says that RDA will remain committed to development of “digital agriculture” for sustainable growth of Korea’s farming industry. In an interview with Kim Hyung-dae, feature editor of the Korea Post, he said RDA plans to foster up to 5,500 elite young farmers by 2022. Plans call for offering support education for conflict management and creation of business models for start-ups. Administrator Hur also emphasized the need to strengthen cooperative ties with foreign countries in the field of agriculture. Following is a summary of the interview:
Currently, Korea’s agriculture and rural communities are experiencing more difficult times than ever due to a slew of problems, including coronavirus19 outbreak, climate change, slippage in farm households, aging of rural population, livestock diseases, and plant epidemics such as peroxide disease. Innovative agricultural research and technology development are badly needed to address this challenging agricultural environment and develop our agriculture.

Hyundai Motor, INEOS of Britain join hands to spread hydrogen ecosystem
Hyundai Motor has decided to seek close cooperation with INEOS Group, a British global chemical company, to spread the global hydrogen ecosystem.
“Our goal is to speed up the realization of hydrogen society by establishing an integrated hydrogen value chain that includes hydrogen production, supply and storage, development of hydrogen electric vehicles, and utilization of fuel cell systems, and by expanding hydrogen-related public and private sector businesses,” Hyundai Motor said.
Hyundai Motor signed a memorandum of understanding on Nov. 20 with INEOS with attendance of Albert Biermann, CEO of Hyundai Motor's R&D division, Kim Se-hoon, executive director of Hyundai Motor's fuel cell business division, and Peter Williams, chief technology officer(CTO) of INEOS.

KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/)
Top Prosecutor's Office in Limbo as Justice Ministry Plans Disciplinary Panel
The Justice Ministry is expected to convene a committee as early as next week to decide the degree of disciplinary action against the nation's top prosecutor, who was suspended from duty over a number of allegations. Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae announced the unprecedented move in a press conference on Tuesday.
South Korea's top prosecutor's office is now being led by an acting head, while the Justice Ministry plans to convene a disciplinary committee as early as next week to determine the degree of punishment for Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl.
Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae suspended the prosecutor general from his duties on Tuesday citing "serious misconduct." It marks the first time in the history of the Constitution that the justice minister has suspended the top prosecutor.

Biden, Blinken Signal Return to Global Partnership
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden and his national security team held a news conference, emphasizing their plan to work more closely with traditional allies. Speaking to KBS World Radio, the U.S. House Foreign Affairs committee's Rep. Ami Bera said Biden's next step for the Korean Peninsula could begin with Seoul-Washington coordination and announcing a special envoy to Pyongyang.
"As secretary of state, I nominate Tony Blinken. He's one of the better prepared for this job. No one's better prepared, in my view."
During a speech Tuesday in Delaware, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden introduced his foreign affairs and national security team, which he says will embody his belief that America is strongest when it works with its allies.

Economic Benefits of COVID-19 Vaccine Not Likely to Show until Late 2021
The research arm of Citigroup has assessed that the economic benefits of COVID-19 vaccinations may not begin to show until late 2021, when the start of "herd immunity" is expected.
Herd immunity occurs when enough people in a population develop protection against a disease that it can no longer spread easily.
Citi Research assumed that the vaccine candidates of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, both with preliminary efficacy rates of around 95 percent, and that of Oxford-AstraZeneca at 70 percent, would receive emergency approvals between next month and January 2021.

Yonhap (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr)
New virus cases near 400, stricter nationwide antivirus curbs in offing
The number of new coronavirus cases in South Korea reached nearly 400 on Wednesday on account of sporadic cluster infections across the country, prompting health authorities to consider imposing tougher antivirus curbs nationwide.
The country added 382 more COVID-19 cases, including 363 local infections, raising the total caseload to 31,745, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).
The daily caseload has stayed in the triple digits since Nov. 8, with the figure over 300 from Wednesday to Sunday before dropping to 271 on Monday due to less testing on the weekend. However, it bounced back to 349 cases Tuesday.

Chief prosecutor seeks injunction against justice minister's order to suspend him
The prosecution chief sought an injunction Wednesday against the justice minister's move to suspend and discipline him over allegations of interference in sensitive investigations, his lawyer said.
Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl filed the request with the Seoul Administrative Court online, seeking to halt the execution of Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae's order to suspend him from his duty, attorney Lee Wan-kyu said.
Yoon will also lodge a formal lawsuit on Thursday to nullify the measure, he added. Choo issued the order Tuesday while seeking a disciplinary measure against Yoon, citing six counts of alleged misdeeds and power abuses.

Labor group stages nationwide rallies despite virus surge
An umbrella labor group staged nationwide rallies Wednesday despite calls for restraint following the recent resurgence of the coronavirus.
The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, the more militant of the country's two largest umbrella labor organizations, held the rallies in addition to a strike to protest the Moon Jae-in government's labor reform policies.
The rallies involved no more than nine people in Seoul, in line with the city government's new social distancing rules. But rallies in other parts of the country are expected to be larger depending on the restrictions of each local government.

The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)
Prosecution in turmoil after chief suspended
A day after Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl was suspended from duty, turmoil continued at the nation’s prosecution, including a raid of Yoon’s office Wednesday by Justice Ministry-backed prosecutors over alleged illegal surveillance of judges.
Armed with a search warrant, prosecutors from the Justice Ministry’s internal investigation team raided a unit of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office in charge of data collection. The surveillance of judges, using the unit, is one of six allegations that Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae leveled against Yoon when she announced his suspension Tuesday. 
Yoon was home when the raid took place, reportedly preparing for legal action to keep his job. He denies any wrongdoing. Deputy Prosecutor General Cho Nam-kwan now serves as the acting prosecutor general.

Top 10 conglomerates’ market cap exceeds W1,000tr
The recent spate of records in South Korea’s stock market on hopes of a global coronavirus containment has brought the market capitalization of the 10 largest business groups’ listed affiliates to fresh highs, data showed Wednesday.
As of Monday, the market cap of all 102 listed affiliates of the 10 largest business groups came to 1,069 trillion won ($964.3 billion), topping 1,000 trillion won for the first time in history, according to data from financial market tracker FnGuide.
All of them are chaebol-owned: Samsung, LG, SK, Hyundai Motor, Hanwha, Lotte, Shinsegae, GS, Posco and Hyundai Heavy.

Choo-Yoon proxy war plays out in politics
If there were ever any chance of a “cooperative parliament,” as President Moon Jae-in once hoped, the latest clash of two judicial titans -- Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae and Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl -- appears to have just blown it.
In her battle to reform the country’s powerful prosecution, or tame it as some would say, on Tuesday, Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae suspended Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl from duty over alleged wrongdoing.
The unprecedented move sent shock waves through the political world, where Yoon has many allies. Members of the main opposition People Power Party erupted in anger on Wednesday and parliamentary proceedings, where a number of pending issues were to be handled, took the hit.

The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
South Korea urged to restore ties with allies in Biden era
Local and international experts shared their ideas on how South Korea should set its future diplomatic strategies and North Korea policy following the election of Joe Biden as the 46th U.S. president, during the Kor-Asia Forum 2020, Wednesday.
The forum, co-hosted by The Korea Times and its sister paper the Hankook Ilbo, was held under the theme, "In the Era of Biden: The Future of Asia and the Korean Peninsula," at The Shilla Seoul hotel. While experts here attended the forum in person, those from the U.S., Japan and China participated online due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation.
Discussions focused on how South Korea could better cooperate with its neighboring countries, and the U.S., to promote a peace process for the Korean Peninsula, while restoring its traditional alliance with Washington under the upcoming Biden administration. Participants agreed that Seoul is facing multiple challenges on the diplomatic front including facilitating denuclearization talks as a mediator between North Korea and the U.S. while balancing its relationships with America and China amid rising tensions stemming from their rivalry.

Will COVID-19 vaccines ease test kit demand?
As global pharmaceuticals and biotechs expedite their development of COVID-19 vaccines, anticipation is growing that makers of testing kits may no longer enjoy the soaring demand that lasted throughout this year, with investors dumping their shares in major diagnostics firms here.
Analysts and industry officials say, however, the demand for COVID-19 kits will remain intact, because of the risks of multiple waves still weighing on major countries due to the virus' high contagiousness, providing a slim chance of putting an immediate end to the COVID-19 pandemic with vaccines alone.
They also point out COVID-19 tests are capable of detecting feared variants of the viruses, thus kits will remain as one of the weapons in the world's battle against the coronavirus by playing a complementary role to vaccines and treatments.

Moon backs Samsung, SK, KT for 'Digital New Deal'
President Moon Jae-in vowed Wednesday to support the nation's top technology firms become leaders in the area of artificial intelligence (AI) saying that the sector has played a central role in overcoming challenges triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moon also expressed appreciation for Samsung Electronics, SK Telecom, KT and Kakao Enterprise over their "concerted efforts" in backing up his signature "Digital New Deal" policy initiative.
Previously, the President had floated the idea of companies expanding their investments into AI in accordance with the Cheong Wa Dae-initiated "Data Dam" project to help the country's digitally-driven economy adapt to a post-COVID world.

HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Choo Mi-ae orders suspension of Yoon Seok-youl and requests disciplinary measures
On Nov. 24, South Korean Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae ordered the suspension of Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl and asked for disciplinary measures to be taken against him.
On the same day, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office indicted Yoon’s mother-in-law, without detention, on charges of fraud and violating the Medical Service Act. She’s accused of setting up an illegal medical foundation and receiving government subsidies under false pretenses.
Despite facing pressure on all sides, Yoon promised to fight his suspension, which he describes as “unfair and illegal,” by asking the court for an injunction.

Samsung accounts for 1/3 of global TV sales in Q3, hitting new record amid pandemic
Samsung Electronics achieved a historic high share of the global TV market propelled by its QLED and other products amid a boom in global sales for the third quarter (Q3, July to September) due to the effects of “pent up” demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic. LG Electronics has also been putting up strong numbers. South Korean firms sold more TVs than Chinese firms in the global market in Q3, putting them at the top of the global TV competition.
According to figures shared on Nov. 24 by the global market research firm Omdia, the global TV market (including all categories such as QLED, OLED, and extra-large TVs) included shipments of 62.87 million units and sales of US$28.15 billion during Q3 2020, representing respective growth rates of 14.7% and 11.8% compared with the same period in 2019. The numbers indicate that the TV market grew in Q3 because of an increase in demand among people confined to their homes by the pandemic; this combined with pent up demand from people putting off their purchases during the first half of the year.

Wang Yi to visit S. Korea to offset US-S. Korea-Japan framework against Beijing
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi is embarking on a trip aimed at maintaining stable relations with South Korea and Japan, two of the US’ main allies, before Joe Biden is inaugurated as the next US president. Even under the Biden administration, South Korea’s dilemma amid the US-China feud is only expected to worsen.
“Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha will have a meeting and a luncheon with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Nov. 26,” Choi Young-sam, spokesperson for South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said during the regular briefing on Nov. 24.
“The two foreign ministers will be sharing their opinions about coordinating our response to COVID-19, high-level exchange and other aspects of bilateral relations, Korean Peninsula affairs, and mutual areas of interest in regional and international affairs. [The meeting] is expected to be an opportunity to explore various ways to develop our bilateral relations,” the spokesperson said.

Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
Epidemic Puts Heavy Burden on Full-Time Housewives
The coronavirus epidemic has increased the childcare burden on full-time housewives as schools and crammers closed.
This trend is chronicled in a report by Eun Ki-soo from Seoul National University in the November issue of "Labor Review." It cites a poll from June and July that showed housewives cared for their children for an average of nine hours and six minutes a day before the epidemic, but that rose to 12 hours and 38 minutes once the virus struck.
For double-income couples, the time working mothers spent caring for their children rose from five hours and three minutes to six hours and 47 minutes.

Justice Minister Suspends Prosecutor-General
An ugly feud in the upper echelons of law enforcement has culminated in the suspension of popular Prosecutor-General Yoon Seok-youl by Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae.
The unprecedented move came amid a tug-of-war over prosecution reforms and investigations of Yoon's family and subordinates. "I have done nothing to be ashamed of as prosecutor-general," Yoon said, vowing to take legal action against "the illegal and unfair suspension."
Choo called a press conference in Seoul at around 6 p.m. on Wednesday and said, "The ministry has been investigating various allegations against the top prosecutor and discovered multiple cases of serious misconduct."

More Women Freeze Their Eggs for Future Pregnancy
A growing number of single women opt to freeze their eggs when they are still young and healthy in case they want to have children later in life.
According to the CHA Medical Center on Sunday, requests to have eggs frozen soared a whopping 35 times over the last decade from a mere 14 in 2010 to 493 last year. The number of eggs frozen during the period jumped about 41 times from just 102 to 4,184.
"In most cases, eggs only used to be frozen and stored if a woman was about to have cancer treatment, but now an increasing number of single women choose to freeze their eggs," a CHA spokesperson said.

The Dong-A Ilbo (http://english.donga.com/)
U.S. releases video of ‘Deadly Swan’ equipped with missiles
A video of a U.S. B-1B Lancer carrying weapons has been released for the first time. It was part of a flight test for the integration of the AGM-183A hypersonic missiles that is currently under development onto the so-called “deadly swan.”
The release of the video came after the United States released a video of an F-35A dropping a bunker-buster that is capable of destroying Pyongyang’s underground nuclear facilities and is seen as Washington’s response to China’s growing military influence in the region and threats from North Korea. As tensions between the United States and North Korea as well as between Washington and Beijing are expected to remain ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration, it is also seen as an attempt to emphasize the strategic advantage the United States has.

IIAC wins consulting project for new airport in Poland
The Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) will share the know-how of Incheon International Airport and advise on the overall construction of a new airport in Warsaw, Poland. The IIAC announced on Wednesday that the corporation was selected as a strategic advisor in the bidding for the strategic advisory consulting project for the construction of a new airport in Warsaw, Poland. As the IIAC earned the highest score, defeating its competitor, Narita International Airport, it is set to sign a contract within this year.
Incheon International Airport will provide advisory services for three years, such as writing a white paper on the development and operation of the new airport, examining a masterplan report, and consulting on training. The contract amount is forecasted to be 5.6 billion won.

Global cases of COVID-19 exceed 60 million
The number of accumulated COVID-19 confirmed cases worldwide has exceeded 60 million,11 months after China reported the first suspicious case on Dec. 31 last year. The growth of cases continues as the northern hemisphere enters the winter season and as the situations in the United States and India, top countries in the world, worsen.  
According to Worldometer, the number of accumulated cases around the world as of 3 p.m. on Wednesday exceeded 60.1 million. Ever since the number reached 10 million on June 28 this year, it took around one month to climb to the next 10 million, recording 20 million on Aug. 10, 30 million on Sept. 15, 40 million on Oct. 18 and 50 million on Nov. 8. The pace of the disease spreading has accelerated, however, taking only 17 days to go from 50 million to 60 million.

The KyungHyang Shinmun (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
No Easy Way Back to Normal: Four Mistaken Facts that Make People Less Sensitive to Physical Distancing
On November 24, physical (social) distancing in the Seoul metropolitan area was tightened to level 2. Many people could feel like giving up after accumulated fatigue due to a series of physical distancing measures all year long. South Korea still has a much smaller number of confirmed COVID-19 cases compared with the U.S. and Europe, and since it has done fairly well in overcoming the previous two outbreaks, one might think, “Nothing will happen this time either just because I don’t follow the guidelines.” Perhaps this is why even now, as the nation witnesses a third surge of COVID-19 cases, we can see some people enjoy gatherings and not wearing masks.
However, there is no easy way to return to normal. In order to strengthen our determination to fight the virus, we listed a handful of mistaken facts that make people less sensitive to physical distancing.

For the First Time in the Nation’s History, Justice Minister Blocks Prosecutor General from Performing His Tasks
On November 24, Minister of Justice Choo Mi-ae (pictured left) requested disciplinary measures against Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl (right) and suspended him from performing his tasks. This is the first time in the history of the Constitution that a prosecutor general has been suspended from his tasks. Prosecutor General Yoon said, “I will respond according to the law.”
This afternoon, Minister Choo held a press briefing in the pressroom of the Seoul High Prosecutors’ Office in Seocho-dong, Seoul and said, “The justice ministry has been directly investigating various allegations of irregularities concerning the prosecutor general. As a result, we have confirmed a number of serious and grave irregularities by the prosecutor general,” and announced the latest measure.
Minister Choo claimed Yoon had an inappropriate meeting with Hong Seok-hyun, chairman of JoongAng Holdings, owner of a media outlet, as well as a party involved in a case, in November 2018 when Yoon was the head of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office as the reason for disciplinary measure. She also said, “Prosecutor General Yoon is also responsible for the illegal monitoring of judges who oversaw major cases.”

“Only Non-Polluting Vehicles to Be Sold from 2035. Coal Power Plants Out by 2045”
The National Council on Climate and Air Quality of Korea, which reports directly to the president, proposed that the government ban the sale of internal-combustion engine vehicles in South Korea as early as 2035 and raise the price of diesel fuel to near gasoline prices in order to overcome problems of air quality and the climate crisis. The council also announced plans to phase out coal-fired power plants by 2045 at the latest and to reflect environmental costs in the electricity bill by 2030.
The National Council on Climate and Air Quality of Korea held a press conference at the Korea Press Center in Jung-gu, Seoul on November 23 and released mid to long-term national policy recommendations including these details. The policies were designed after year-long comprehensive debates by a national panel on policies consisting of over 500 citizens and experts in all fields and by collecting the opinions from various social areas including the government, local governments, industries and experts. The latest mid to long-term policy suggestions include a total of 29 projects--8 major projects and 21 general projects--in four areas: vision and strategy, transportation, power generation, climate and air quality.
First, in the area of transportation, the council suggested that the government only allow the sale of non-polluting vehicles, such as electric cars and plug-in hybrid vehicles when it came to the sale of new cars in the nation beginning 2035 or 2040. As for diesel cars, which run on an internal-combustion engine, the council suggested that the government first consider sale restrictions.

Maeil Business News Korea (http://www.pulsenews.co.kr/)
Celltrion readies Covid-19 antibody agent available for 100,000 patients at home
South Korea’s bio giant Celltrion can roll out its investigational Covid-19 antibody agent upon regulatory approval possibly around early next year, with 100,000 doses secured for domestic treatment at the production cost of under $400 per each, the company’s chairman Seo Jung-jin said on Tuesday.
“We have promised to deliver cure at production cost,” Seo said Tuesday in an interview with a radio program, while mentioning Lilly and Regeneron were charging their respective antibody therapies to the U.S. government for about $3,600 to $4,000 per person.
Celltrion is developing a COVID-19 treatment using antibodies from convalescent plasma and a Phase 2 clinical trial is at a final stage. The company expects to receive conditional approval of the therapy from the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety late this year or early next year.

Naver to activate multi-robot intelligence system at second head office
South Korea’s top internet portal Naver Corp. will establish a multi-robot intelligence system at its second head office building in Bundang, Gyeonggi Province, which is currently under construction for completion next year, acting as the controlling “brain” of all robots in operation.
At DEVIEW 2020, the country’s largest annual conference on artificial intelligence (AI) and software hosted by Naver, on Wednesday, Seok Sang-ok, chief executive of Naver Labs, said that Naver will establish artificial intelligence robot cloud (ARC) system at its second headquarters building that is currently being built adjacent to its current head office Green Factory in Jeongja-dong in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province. Seok said the second head office will be the world’s first robot-friendly building with ARC system.

Global shippers to put 7 container ships to Korea-U.S. route to relieve vessel shortage
Three foreign shipping majors agreed to lend out seven of their carriers to carry products on the route from South Korea and the United States amid surge in trade demand, according to the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries Wednesday.
The arrangement was made with the world’s top three container carriers – Maersk, MSC and CMA-CGM – who will add seven vessels sailing from Korea to the U.S. by the end of December.
According to the Port Management Information System run by the ministry, the total amount of cargo transported from Korea to the U.S. reached 64,073 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) in October, up 19.1 percent from the same month a year earlier. The figure grew for the second consecutive month after gaining 19.5 percent on year to 59,657 TEU in September.

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Financial Times  www.ft.com ean@ft.com 
The Times  www.thetimes.co.uk help@timesplus.co.uk 
The Sun  www.thesun.co.uk talkback@the-sun.co.uk 
Chinese People's Daily  www.people.com.cn kf@people.cn 
China Daily  www.chinadaily.com.cn circulation@chinadaily.com.cn 
GwangmyeongDaily  www.gmw.cn webmaster@gmw.cn 
Japan's Yomiuri  www.yomiuri.co.jp japannews@yomiuri.com 
Asahi  www.asahi.com customer-support@asahi.com 
Mainichi  www.mainichi.jp
Le Monde  www.ilemonde.com
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Germany Frankfurter AllgemeineZeitung  www.faz.net anzeigen.ausland@faz.de 
SüddeutscheZeitung  www.sueddeutsche.de forum@sueddeutsche.de 
Australia Brisbane Times  www.brisbanetimes.com.au syndication@fairfaxmedia.com.au 
Sydney Morning Herald  www.smh.com.au
Colombia Reports  www.colombiareports.com
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Andes  www.redaktionstest.net/andes-info-ec/ 
Ecuador Times  www.ecuadortimes.net/  
The Jordan Times  www.jordantimes.com/ 
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The Baltic Times  www.baltictimes.com lithuania@baltictimes.com, estonia@baltictimes.com, editor@baltictimes.com
El Pais  https://english.elpais.com/ 
Philippine Daily Inquirer  www.inquirer.net/ 
Daily News Hungary  https://dailynewshungary.com/ 
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