Headlines, November 27, 2020
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Headlines, November 27, 2020
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Friday, November 27, 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.
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KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/)
Moon: S. Korea, China to Continue Efforts for Complete Denuclearization
President Moon Jae-in says South Korea will continue working with the international community, including China, to bring a formal end to the war on the Korean Peninsula and realize complete denuclearization.
Moon made the remarks on Thursday during a meeting with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who paid a courtesy call to the South Korean leader during his three-day visit to the country that began the previous day.
Moon expressed gratitude for China’s constructive roles and its cooperation in the Korean peace process. Welcoming Wang’s visit despite the pandemic as a sign of firm cooperative relations between the two neighboring countries, Moon also asked him to deliver his warm wishes to Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Daily COVID-19 Increase Surpasses 500 for First Time since Mar. 6
Daily COVID-19 cases in South Korea surpassed 500 for the first time since March 6, during the first wave of the epidemic that originated from the Shincheonji religious sect in the southeastern city of Daegu. While the health minister called for strict social distancing, the education minister called on the nation to cooperate in the government's quarantine efforts, ahead of the massive annual college entrance exams set for next week.
The daily coronavirus infections in South Korea hit the highest since early March. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency(KDCA) said as of 12:00 a.m. Thursday, 583 additional people tested positive, raising the country's cumulative total to 32-thousand-318. At the daily quarantine meeting, Health Minister Park Neung-hoo warned that the virus is now too close to our daily lives.
"The number of new COVID-19 patients surpassed 500 today, just 18 days after surpassing 100 on November 8. It is the first time in eight months that the daily increase exceeded 500 after recording 518 on March 6. COVID-19 has come close to all of us and our families."

Committee to Convene Next Wed. to Discuss Disciplinary Action against Top Prosecutor
A committee that will decide on disciplinary action against Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl will convene next Wednesday. Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae set the date on Thursday and ordered that Yoon or his lawyers be notified to attend the scheduled meeting.
The meeting would be held just eight days after Choo suspended Yoon from duty, citing corruption charges levied against him.
The disciplinary committee comprises seven members, including Choo. The remainder are the vice justice minister and two prosecutors named by the minister, as well as a lawyer, law professor and an expert appointed by the minister.
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Yonhap (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr)
3rd wave of pandemic gets bigger as new virus cases soar to over 8-month high of 583
The daily number of novel coronavirus cases in South Korea surpassed 500 for the first time in over eight months on Thursday due to sporadic cluster infections across the country as health authorities strive to curb a third wave of infections.
The country added 583 more COVID-19 cases, including 553 local infections, raising the total caseload to 32,318, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).
It marks the first time that the country's daily virus cases exceeded 500 since March 6, when the figure reached 518 due to a massive outbreak in the southeastern city of Daegu. It is also above the peak in the country's second wave of virus infections on Aug. 27, when 441 cases were confirmed in a single day.

Moon meets top Chinese diplomat, requests role for inter-Korean ties
South Korean President Moon Jae-in greeted Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at Cheong Wa Dae on Thursday and stressed that his administration won't cease the drive for lasting peace on the peninsula.
"Our government will not stop efforts to put a (formal) end to war on the Korean Peninsula and achieve complete denuclearization and permanent peace together with the international community, including China," Moon told Wang at the start of their meeting, which pool reporters were allowed to cover. He was apparently referring to the 1950-53 Korean War that finished in an armistice, not a peace treaty.
The president expressed his gratitude to China for its "constructive role and cooperation" so far in the Korea peace process. He then asked Wang, who also serves as state councilor, to play "many roles" in developing Seoul-Beijing relations and inter-Korean ties.

Justice ministry requests probe into chief prosecutor over inspection of judges
The justice ministry requested the prosecution Thursday to investigate Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl over allegations of illegal inspection of judges involved in politically sensitive cases.
Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae suspended Yoon from duty Tuesday as she sought a disciplinary measure against him over six accounts of alleged misdeeds, including collecting personal information of justices in charge of cases related to a former justice minister and suspected election interference by presidential officials.
"Under his directive, an illegal inspection document was written and distributed, and it contained sensitive personal information that could be misused to affect rulings," the ministry said in a statement, requesting the Supreme Prosecutors Office's investigation into Yoon.
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The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)
COVID-19 cases surge to 583
South Korea’s new daily COVID-19 case count soared to 583 on Thursday, the highest single-day increase in virus cases since early March amid a full-blown third wave of infections across the country.
The country reported 553 locally transmitted cases and 19 cases imported from overseas in the 24 hours ending Wednesday at midnight, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency.
It is the first time that the country’s daily virus cases have exceeded 500 since March 6, when the figure stood at 518 amid the first wave of infections triggered by a branch of a small religious sect in Daegu. Thursday’s case tally marks a spike from 382 cases a day earlier, 349 on Tuesday and 271 on Monday.

Justice minister, top prosecutor headed toward legal showdown
Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl, on his second day of being suspended from work, filed a lawsuit against Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae on Thursday, claiming the minister’s disciplinary action is unjust and groundless. The lawsuit was filed with the Seoul Administrative Court. Yoon on Wednesday night also filed for a pretrial injunction to quash the suspension order.
The move came as the Justice Ministry asked its disciplinary committee to convene Dec. 2 to deliberate on allegations leveled by Choo against Yoon and determine his fate.
In a press release revealed after the suit was filed, Yoon’s lawyer rebutted all the allegations raised by Choo on Tuesday when she announced Yoon’s suspension. These included carrying out illegal surveillance of judges, interfering in investigations involving his close associates and liberal politicians, and intentionally leaking information to the media.

Wang Yi says Xi visit requires 'complete control' of COVID-19
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit South Korea “as soon as the conditions are ready,” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday, stressing that the two sides must focus on containing the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I believe that (Xi’s) visit will be realized as soon as the conditions are ready,” Wang said after his meeting with South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs Kang Kyung-wha.
When asked about the conditions for Xi’s visit, Wang said the pandemic must be brought under “complete control,” pointing at his face mask.
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The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)
Hike in COVID-19 cases may paralyze response system
Concerns are growing that the country's response system for controlling COVID-19 infections and treating virus patients is reaching its limits amid an explosive increase in new daily cases as the nation fights a third round of the pandemic.
Experts said Thursday that the speed of virus transmission appears to have accelerated beyond that of the epidemiological investigations and antivirus measures being conducted by the health authorities. This has resulted in a continuous rise in new daily cases from the 100 range to the 300 range and eventually to the 500 range in recent weeks.
According to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), the nation added 583 infections including 553 locally transmitted cases for Wednesday, raising the total caseload to 32,318. This was a sharp rise from 382 identified the day before.

Wang Yi's visit shows rising strategic importance of Korea for Beijing
Korea and China agreed to strengthen ties ahead of the 2022 30th anniversary of their opening of diplomatic relations and cooperate further on bilateral issues of concern such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during a visit to Seoul by Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
But the highly anticipated visit by the foreign minister did not bring much headway with regard to Chinese President Xi Jingping's reciprocal visit to Korea. The Chinese minister arrived in Seoul late Wednesday to meet with President Moon Jae-in and officials in charge of security and diplomacy, after a two-day visit to Japan where he met with new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
President Moon underlined China's role in moves to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula during his meeting with Wang at Cheong Wa Dae, Thursday. "In particular, I would like to express my gratitude for China's constructive role and cooperation in the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. Together with the international community, including China, our government will continue efforts to end the war on the Korean Peninsula, and work toward complete denuclearization and a permanent peace," Moon said, according to press pool reports.

Enjoy Korean royal desserts at Kohojae
As Korean food continues to gain influence internationally, relatively lesser-known traditional Korean desserts are receiving renewed attention.
Korea House in central Seoul launched Kohojae, a second brand specializing in traditional Korean confectionery, earlier this year.
Visitors can enjoy beautiful scenery and traditional Korean architecture with a variety of Korean sweet treats once served to royalty.
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HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Choo-Yoon rivalry is turning into a political black hole
The suspension of Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl by Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae is a political black hole. Previously heated debates over the establishment of an office to investigate corruption by high-ranking officials and another round of emergency disaster relief have all faded before the unprecedented move.
For two days now, Korea’s ruling and opposition parties have been vociferously arguing over the suspension, with the ruling Democratic Party supporting Choo and the main opposition People Power Party (PPP) defending Yoon. The Democratic Party called for a parliamentary probe into the prosecutors’ alleged “illegal surveillance” of judges handling cases involving former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, one of the reasons that Choo provided for suspending Yoon. The Democratic Party, treating the allegations as established facts, also demanded that Yoon submit his resignation. Meanwhile, the PPP threatened to explore filing impeachment charges against Choo and broadened the front to President Moon Jae-in, who has remained silent during these developments.
Participating in a Democratic Party supreme council video conference at the National Assembly on Nov. 25, party leader Lee Nak-yon said, “The most shocking allegations against Yoon shared by the Ministry of Justice [MOJ] were the ones about monitoring judges.”

Why Gyeonggi’s vice governor for peace decided to set up his office in a tent
For 16 days, Gyeonggi Vice Governor for Peace Lee Jae-gang has been reporting to work at a temporary office on Windy Hill in Paju’s Imjingak tourism zone while calling for a declaration between the South and North Korean leaders to resume operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex.
Lee originally planned to set up an office at Dora Observatory, which looks out over the complex. But after the UN Command (UNC) — which has jurisdiction over the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) — rejected that plan, Lee set up his temporary office at Imjingak on Nov. 10. He has also been holding one-person demonstrations to denounce the UNC for an hour each day at 11 am in front of the Unification Bridge nearby.
Speaking to the Hankyoreh on the afternoon of Nov. 23 at his office in a Mongolian-style tent on a hill next to the Imjingak DMZ Eco Tourism Support Center, Lee said, “The first thing that the South and North Korean leaders need to do for the sake of peace on the Korean Peninsula is to declare a resumption of operations at the Kaesong Complex.”

S. Korea reports 583 COVID-19 cases, highest number in 8 months
South Korea reported 583 new cases of COVID-19 on Nov. 26, the most cases the country has seen in eight months. The last time the daily caseload was so high was on Mar. 2, when 600 cases were reported amid an infection cluster in the southeastern city of Daegu.
According to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), 553 of the new cases were domestic infections, while the remaining 30 came from abroad. South Korea’s cumulative total of COVID-19 cases is now 32,318.
Among the 553 domestic cases, 402 occurred within the Seoul Capital Area (SCA). The 30 imported cases included 12 identified during airport screenings and 18 diagnosed during quarantine; 14 were Korean nationals and 16 were foreigners.
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Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
Daily Coronavirus Tally Surges over 500
An alarming 583 new cases were added to Korea's daily tally of coronavirus infections on Thursday morning, rising above 500 for the first time since March.
The surge has been anticipated as more than 300 new cases were reported every day for the last eight day except Sunday, when fewer people were tested.
The number of new cases is likely to increase since infections occurred among a variety of groups across the country. Some 336 people already tested positive for coronavirus in the capital region alone on Wednesday, according to the Seoul Metropolitan Government.

COVID Guidelines for University Entrance Exam Announced
The Education Ministry on Wednesday released stringent guidelines to keep candidates safe from coronavirus during the nationwide university entrance exam on Dec. 3.
Candidates will be asked to arrive at the test venue early to go through temperature checks and must wear a face mask that meets certain specifications. A total of 493,433 candidates have registered to take the test at 1,352 venues nationwide.
"Due to COVID-19 quarantine measures there are more guidelines this year that test takers have to follow. They have to be fully aware of them," so that they will not be caught out on exam day, a ministry official said.

Hundreds of Thousands Slapped with Higher Real Estate Tax
The number of people slapped with punitive real estate taxes increased by more than 25 percent this year. The government's failed attempt at taming real estate speculation resulted in soaring apartment prices and property taxes for hundreds of thousands of homeowners.
According to the National Tax Service on Wednesday, 744,000 people must pay comprehensive real estate holding tax this year, up 149,000 from last year. Total comprehensive tax to be collected amounts to W4.27 trillion, up 27.5 percent on-year (US$1=W1,108).
In 2016, a year before President Moon Jae-in took office, only 339,000 people were subject to comprehensive tax totaling W1.72 trillion. But over the last four years, their number increased 2.2 times and the amount 2.5 times.
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The Dong-A Ilbo (http://english.donga.com/)
Chinese Foreign Minister visits South Korea
“America is not the only nation in the world. There are 190 countries and each of them is a sovereign nation. They include China and South Korea,” Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Thursday during his visit to South Korea. His comment seems to stress that cooperation between South Korea and China should not be affected by the U.S.
It was his answer to a question during a press conference after a meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha at the office of the foreign minister on Thursday morning asking whether his visit is a way to press the South Korean government and the ruling party members not to side with the U.S. when it comes to the competition between the U.S. and China. “China and South Korea are close neighbors and should visit each other more often, like relatives,” he added. 
He also said that the two countries are strategic cooperative partners and should engage in comprehensive coordination and cooperation. During his statement at a meeting with Kang, he said he is willing to have strategic discussions regarding the international and regional issues

Marine healing center to open in Taean
Taean, South Chungcheong Province is accelerating its efforts to become a marine city that leads the pan-Yellow Sea regional economy. A marine healing center that provides relaxation using seawater, mud, and salt and the Taean UV Land, which will be the first theme park controlled remotely in South Korea, are set to be built.
The healing center will include various facilities utilizing marine resources to get a massage using natural mud or salt and take a warm relaxing seawater bath. The two-story building with a one-story basement will be built near the Dalsanpo beach in Nam-myeon, Taean with a total budget of 34 billion won.
The center will serve as a hub of the marine healing industry by nurturing marine healing experts, etc. The Taean county office believes that the center will spark 64.9 billion won of production and 26.3 billion won of added value creation and create about 4,000 new jobs.

Age-reversing technology found by S. Korean researchers
A group of South Korean scientists have developed a rejuvenating technology that turns parts of old skin cells into younger ones. The breakthrough is expected to help pave the way for producing medical treatments and cosmetics designed to delay aging and prevent geriatric diseases.
On Thursday, bio-cerebral engineering professor Cho Kwang-hyun at KAIST and the researchers from Amorepacific, a South Korean cosmetics giant, announced that they’ve developed a computer-simulated reverse-aging technology that turns back the clock of parts of old human skin cells.
Aging is a natural phenomenon where the physiological functions of a human being for survival and reproduction deteriorate over time. It is a manifestation of the accumulation of “cellular aging,” which causes the cells to stop reproducing owing to cumulated DNA damage or the activation of carcinogenic genes.
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The KyungHyang Shinmun (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
Justice Ministry Launches Investigation on Allegations Concerning Yoon Seok-youl Fueling Protests from Prosecutors
On November 25, the inspection division of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office launched an investigation to verify allegations that the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office illegally investigated judges, collecting their personal information. Prosecutors are collectively protesting the justice minister’s orders to suspend the prosecutor general, Yoon Seok-youl from performing his tasks and are asking Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae to withdraw the measure. The conflict between Minister Choo and Prosecutor General Yoon seems to be escalating.
This day, the justice ministry announced, “We received a report that the inspection division of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office executed a search warrant, issued by the court, at the Investigative Intelligence Office.” Reportedly, the inspection division obtained the computers of the employees at the Investigative Intelligence Office and is in the process of analyzing the information through digital forensics. 
The Investigative Intelligence Office is a department that collects and analyzes intelligence linked to crimes and investigations. It was previously called the Investigative Intelligence Policy Office, but renamed after the office was reduced to the current scale during the restructuring of the Prosecutors’ Office in August.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Meet President Moon on November 26, “Strategic Dialogue at the Top Level”
Wang Yi (pictured), Chinese foreign minister cum state councilor, arrived in South Korea on a private jet on the night of November 25 launching a three-day trip. Minister Wang will meet Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha at the foreign ministry office in Doryeom-dong, Seoul on the morning of November 26, followed by a luncheon. In the afternoon, Minister Wang will visit Cheongwadae and meet President Moon Jae-in as well as the senior officials in the National Security Office. 
The Chinese foreign minister is expected to discuss a wide range of bilateral topics including a tripartite summit of South Korea, China and Japan, and affairs concerning the Korean Peninsula. Attention is on whether he will discuss details of a trip to South Korea by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Minister Wang is scheduled to meet key figures in the ruling party. On November 26, he will attend a dinner with Lee Hae-chan, former leader of the Democratic Party of Korea. Before he departs on November 27, he will attend a breakfast and meet Moon Chung-in, a special advisor to the president on unification, foreign affairs and national security; Democratic Party lawmakers Youn Kun-young and Lee Jae-jeong, both members of the parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee; and lawmaker Hong Ihk-pyo, director of the Institute for Democracy. He will also meet with Park Byeong-seug, chairman of the National Assembly, and Song Young-gil, chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee.

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.
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Maeil Business News Korea (http://www.pulsenews.co.kr/)
BOK more positive on econ for this and next year, but unready to change rate
The Bank of Korea (BOK) has turned more upbeat about the economic fallout from the coronavirus this year and a rebound next year, but maintained that stimuli must stay intact as it remains to be seen if the economy is safely in the recovery phase.
The central bank on Thursday kept the benchmark rate steady at 0.50 percent, choosing to suspend its policy action until next year to decipher the impact from the recent surge of virus cases at home and abroad, although raising gross domestic product outlooks for this year and the next.
It closes the year’s rate at a historic low after cuts by 75 basis points from March to May. The vote was unanimous at this year’s last policy meeting. The BOK unveils next year’s rate-setting calendar mid-December.

S. Korea virus cases near the spring outbreak tallies
South Korea reported 583 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, topping 500 for the first time in eight months as the country battles a third wave of infections.
Of the 583 cases, 553 were locally transmitted, with 402 coming from the greater Seoul area, home to half of the country’s population, said the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).
This is the first time the daily caseload has exceeded 500 since Mar. 6 when the country experienced its first massive outbreak in the southeastern city of Daegu. The second wave of infections in late August had peaked at 441 cases.

T Map Mobility becomes a standalone mobility unit from SK Telecom
SK Telecom Co. will launch a standalone mobility business entity next month as its plan to spin off the mobility business was approved by its shareholders on Thursday.
The South Korea’s top telco said 99.98 percent of the 81.64 percent of its voting shareholders who participated in its ad hoc shareholders meeting held at the Supex Hall of the company headquarters in central Seoul voted in favor of the spinoff plan.
The new entity dubbed ‘T Map Mobility’ will be launched on Dec. 29. Shares of SKT closed Thursday at 232,000 won, up 1.31 percent from the previous session.
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