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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Your Excellency:

Here areThe Korea Postnoticesandaroundup of important headlines from all major Korean-language dailies, TV and other news media of Korea today:

Very Respectfully Yours


Lee Kyung-sik


Korea Post Media

Madams, Excellencies invited to inspect Korean cooking at prestigious Korean Occupation College in Seoul

Where Madams and Excellencies are invited to have a hands-on experience in premium Korean culinary art


Do we hear that the Madam (or the Daughter) of Your Excellency is very well versed in culinary knowledge and skills and probably also in the traditional Korean cuisine? It yes, why 'hide' the excellent culinary skills of their chance to further promote your esteemed country and people to Korea—as well as win a coveted Plaque of Citation—as shown below?

A sample plaque of citation

Personally and privately, I would say that women control men in the Korean society today. Why not ask Madam to reveal her excellent culinary knowledge to the Korean people, and win their heart for your country?

And also, why pass up the good opportunity for her to win a much-coveted, prestigious Plaque of Citation (shown above)?

Here is a good opportunity for the Madam to further enhance the good image of your country to the Korean people by taking part in this most worthy program and exhibiting her cooking skills, which are among the highest virtues for ladies in Korea.

President Moon Sang-joo of the Korea Occupational Training College in Seoul is cordially inviting the Spouses of the Ambassadors of a selected number of countries in Korea, together with their Ambassador husbands, to have a hands-on experience in Korean food cooking and also to inspect the Culinary Class at this College on the upcoming Wednesday 8 February 2017.

An artist’s conception of the campus buildings of Korea

Occupational Training College to be dedicated this year.

For further details on the College and its Cooking Class, please visit:


The itinerary is as follows:

0920 hours, Wednesday 8 February 2017: Meet at the Grand Hyatt Seoul (near the Water Fountain).

0920-1020 hours: Move by Limousine Buses to the Korea Occupational Training College in Seoul.

1100-1300 hours: Madams have a hands-on experience (with Excellencies, if desired) in cooking Korean foods. Presentation of Plaque of Citation to the winning Madams.

1300-1350 hours: Luncheon with President Moon Sang-joo and the faculty members.

1400-1500 hours: Tour of the school facilities.

1500: Depart College en route back to the Grand Hyatt Seoul

Please indicate your interest in the following space:

Yes, we___(I alone___) will attend. Emergency cellphone number____________________

Contact phones of The Korea Post: 2298-1740/2, mobile 010-3388-1682 (Ms. Kim Jeong-mi for Korean callers) or 010-5201-1740 (Chairman Lee for English callers).

Very Respectfully Yours


Lee Kyung-sik

Here is the ‘irresistible’ offer and invitation:

President Moon Sang-joo of the Korea Occupational

Training College (5th from left) inspects the

works done by the students at the culinary and cooking course.

Major topics on The Korea Post website (www.koreapost.com) today:

ROK military chief calls for U.S. strategic asset deployment

The chairman of South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) on Wednesday asked his U.S. counterpart to deploy strategic military assets to the Korean Peninsula in a bid to counter North Korea's evolving nuclear and missile threats, the military said.Gen. Lee Sun-jin made the request during his phone talks with Gen. Joseph Dunford, the JCS said.

CEO Cheong Mun-suk of ING Life chosen for second term

Cheong Mun-kuk, president & CEO of ING Life Insurance, has been chosen for a second term, company officials said Wednesday, as it plans an initial public offering (IPO) this year.

National Assembly to start extraordinary session

South Korea's National Assembly is set to open a one-month extraordinary session on Wednesday to deal with a range of controversial issues including lowering the minimum voting age.

ROK to double its R&D spending for the service sector

The government said Wednesday that it will double research and development (R&D) spending on the local service sector in five years in search of a new growth engine, amid a deep slump in the manufacturing sector.

Korean exports rise 11.2% on-year in January

South Korea's exports rose 11.2 percent in January from a year earlier on brisk overseas sales of semiconductors and petrochemicals, the government said Wednesday.

HMC to sport facelift model of mid-sized Sonata sedan in March

South Korea's top automaker Hyundai Motor Co. plans to roll out its new Sonata mid-sized sedan as early as next month, market sources and company officials said Wednesday, amid the company's efforts to boost its domestic sales.

'Armed conflict on the Korean Peninsula could threaten US homeland'

An armed conflict on the Korean Peninsula can no longer be contained only to the area as North Korea's long-range missile capabilities could threaten the continental U.S., the top U.S. military official said.

ROK's industrial output gains 4.3 pct on-yr in December

South Korea's industrial output rose for the second straight month in December from a year earlier on the back of increased production of semiconductors and machinery, government data showed Wednesday.

The ROK mobilizes Wildcat maritime choppers in drill

South Korea has mobilized four of its latest maritime helicopters in a drill aimed at containing North Korean submarines and surface vessel threats, the Navy said Wednesday.

"The new choppers will greatly enhance the Navy's capabilities to detect North Korean submarines equipped with submarine launched ballistic missiles," a Navy official said. The maritime exercise begins on the day around Geoje Island, off South Korea's southeastern coast.

US should give up hope engagement can lead to N.K denuclearization

The United States should give up on any last-remaining hope that engagement with North Korea could lead to its denuclearization, a U.S. expert told a Senate hearing Tuesday, calling for all-round pressure on Pyongyang to rethink its nuclear pursuit.

For up-to-the-minute Korea-language news, please visit www.koreapost.co.kr. there major topics on The Korea Post website (www.koreapost.com)

What’s ticking in Korea today?Here is a quick roundup of important news stories from the major Korean news media today:

KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/news/)

Education Ministry Unveils Final Versions of State-authored History Textbooks

The government unveiled its final versions of state-authored history textbooks to be used in middle and high schools starting next year, in a move to eradicate what it calls 'bias' in the classroom. The government also released a set of writing guidelines for state-authorized textbooks being made by private publishers.Mina Cha has more.

S. Korea Deploys Wildcat Choppers against N. Korean Submarines

The South Korean military has mobilized anti-submarine Wildcat choppers for the first time amid growing concerns over Pyongyang's submarine-launched ballistic missiles.

The Navy said four of the eight AW159 Lynx Wildcats bought last year from British manufacturer AgustaWestland are deployed on Wednesday.

Former UN Chief Proposes Consultative Body on Constitutional Revision

Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is pushing for a major constitutional revision before the presidential election.He told reporters Tuesday South Korea's political factions should join to form a consultative body on abolishing the five-year single-term presidency and establishing a new system that decentralizes power.

AP: 4 Reasons Why N. Korea Looms over US Defense Secretary's Asia Trip

A new report from the Associated Press lists four reasons why North Korea looms over U.S. defense chief Jim Mattis’s upcoming Asia trip.North Korea’s threat to test launch an intercontinental ballistic missile that could potentially reach U.S. territory is pushing the Trump administration to step up its policy formation on the North.

US Slaps Antidumping Duties on S. Korean Chemical Products

The United States has imposed its first antidumping duties on South Korean products since the launch of the Donald Trump administration.The U.S. Department of Commerce announced on Monday that it assigned preliminary dumping rates of three-point-96 percent on Korean dioctylterephthalate(DOTP) manufactured by Aekyung Chemical and five-point-75 percent duties on LG Chem after finding the firms were selling their products in the U.S. at less than fair value.

Nihon Keizai: Girl Statue Delays Trilateral Summit

Japan's Nihon Keizai Shimbun reports a diplomatic row over Japan's recruitment of World War Two era sexual slaves is delaying efforts to schedule a trilateral summit with South Korea and China.It’s been about a month since Japan withdrew key diplomats in protest of a statue symbolizing the victims of sex slavery installed by civic groups in front of Japan's Busan consulate.


Yonhap (http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr)

S. Korea's industrial output gains 4.3 pct on-yr in Dec.

South Korea's industrial output rose for the second straight month in December from a year earlier on the back of increased production of semiconductors and machinery, government data showed Wednesday.

N. Korea likely to give Trump early test of relations with China: U.S. lawmaker

North Korea is expected to provide U.S. President Donald Trump with an early test of relations with China, a U.S. House lawmaker was quoted as saying Tuesday."The next step is going to be forced on the president because the next step will be a provocative act by North Korea that will force the president to confront China on its North Korea policy," said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, at a breakfast hosted by the Wall Street Journal.

KT's Q4 operating profit jumps 68.4 pct

KT Corp., a South Korean telecom company, said Wednesday its operating profit for the fourth quarter of last year jumped 68.4 percent from a year earlier, thanks to a solid rise in revenue from wireless Internet services.

S. Korea mobilizes Wildcat maritime choppers in drill

South Korea has mobilized four of its latest maritime helicopters in a drill aimed at containing North Korean submarines and surface vessel threats, the Navy said Wednesday.

Conflict on Korean Peninsula could threaten U.S. homeland: JCS Chairman Dunford

An armed conflict on the Korean Peninsula can no longer be contained only to the area as North Korea's long-range missile capabilities could threaten the continental U.S., the top U.S. military official said.

U.S. should give up hope engagement can lead to N.K. denuclearization: expert

The United States should give up on any last-remaining hope that engagement with North Korea could lead to its denuclearization, a U.S. expert told a Senate hearing Tuesday, calling for all-round pressure on Pyongyang to rethink its nuclear pursuit.


The Korea Herald (http://www.koreaherald.com)

Allies’ defense chiefs reaffirm THAAD deployment as planned

The defense chiefs of South Korea and the US on Tuesday agreed to deploy an advanced US missile defense system this year as planned, despite persistent objections from China and rising political uncertainties here.

Ban calls for constitutional revision before election

Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday called for a constitutional revision before the upcoming presidential election, in which he is highly anticipated to make a bid as a conservative candidate.

Govt. unveils controversial state-authored history textbook

The government on Tuesday unveiled the final version of a set of state-authored history textbooks amid an ongoing dispute over their interpretation of key political events.The new textbooks for middle and high school students were disclosed during a press conference at the Ministry of Education in Sejong, 121 kilometers south of Seoul, following more than a year of wrangling between the conservative and liberal camps.

Naver to focus R&D on autonomous vehicles, car sharing business

South Korean internet giant Naver said Tuesday that its research and development subsidiary Naver Labs will speed up efforts to develop new technologies for the autonomous vehicles and car sharing businesses.

N. Korea sends letter to UN chief demanding repatriation of women 'abducted' by S. Korea

North Korea has sent letters to the UN chief calling on the global body to help repatriate what it called North Korean women abducted by South Korea last year, the country's state media said Tuesday.Ja Song-nam, permanent North Korean representative to the UN, sent the letter to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Friday, which claims Seoul's abduction of North Korean women in 2016 constitutes human rights violations, according to the Korean Central News Agency.


The Korea Times (http://www.koreatimes.co.kr)

US may fall prey to 'America First' policy

The United States will become the biggest victim of Donald Trump's protectionism-based "America first" policy, analysts said Monday.

The warning came as Trump wasted no time fulfilling his campaign promises aimed at "making America great again" after he was sworn in as the 45th president.

Korea needs to adjust to Trump's 'America first' policy

On Jan. 20, we inaugurated the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. We will also have a new president in South Korea before the end of 2017. And given the departure of U.S. Amb. Mark Lippert, we will also have a new United States ambassador to South Korea, yet to be named.

Korean ambassador to Myanmar named at Choi Soon-sil's recommendation

Korean Ambassador to Myanmar Yoo Jae-kyung, 58, has admitted that President Park Geun-hye's confidant Choi Soon-sil helped him obtain the diplomatic post last May, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Korea, US agree to deploy THAAD as scheduled

Defense Minister Han Min-koo and U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis agreed Tuesday to deploy a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) battery here as planned.

Crucial security talks to take place in February

A series of high-level security talks and crucial conferences that may affect the geopolitics surrounding the Korean Peninsula will take place here and abroad in February.

Flip-flops on history textbooks deepen confusion

The education ministry's flip-flops on its plans for history textbooks are fueling confusion.One of the most controversial parts of the state-authored history textbook, the draft of which was unveiled last November, was that it stated Aug. 15, 1948 — three years after Korea's liberation from Japan's 1910-45 occupation — as the date for the "foundation of the nation."


Dong-AIlbo (http://english.donga.com)

Defense ministers of S. Korea, U.S. agree to deploy THAAD

South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo and U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis agreed on Tuesday that the two countries will continue to strengthen the capability, including the terminal high altitude area defense system, to cope with North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats.

U.S. acting attorney general calls Trump’s immigration ban ’injustice’

I am not convinced that defending the executive order is compatible with the Justice Department’s responsibility to seek justice, or that the order was lawful.” Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates (57) made the remarks on Monday when commenting on the anti-immigration executive order signed by U.S. President Donald Trump three days ago, and sent a letter to the department’s staff to urge them to deny the order.

Jack Nicklaus congratulates Roger Federer on 18th major title

American golfer Jack Nicklaus (77), who is known as the Golden Bear, won his 18th major championship in the Masters in 1986 when he was 46 years old.No other golfer has broken Nicklaus’ record of winning of 18 majors over the previous three decades.

Three world-class soloists to perform at LG Arts center

Three world-class soloists will be on the same stage. Isabelle Faust, a 45-year-old German violinist, Alexander Melnikov, a 43-year-old Russian pianist, and Jean-GuihenQueyras, a 50-year-old French cellist, will be perform together at LG Arts Center in Seoul on March 7. It is for the first time to be on the same stage together in Korea, although they performed as a solo or a duo in Korea before.

GM Korea's Volt EV to hit the market on February 1

GM Korea is set to unveil its new plug-in hybrid car “Volt” in Korea on February 1. The next-generation Volt is reportedly capable of travelling up to 676 kilometers when fully charged.


Chosun-Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)

Low-Cost Carriers Grow on Int'l Flights

Budget airlines are seeing more and more passengers on their overseas routes.Korea's six budget carriers saw their proportion of international passenger traffic surpass 30 percent last year for the first time. That means three out 10 international passengers chose a no-frills airline.

Koreans Work Longer Hours Again

Working hours in Korea have been increasing again recently after a brief lull when it seemed they might stop ranking among the longest in the world.According to a report by the Korea Labor and Society Institute on Monday, Koreans worked 2,273 hours in 2015 or 43.6 hours per week. That was 26 hours longer than the previous record in 2013 and 1.3 times the OECD average of 1,766 hours a year.

Koreans Spend Record Amounts Abroad

Koreans are spending ever more money overseas while foreigners are spending less here.Korean spent a record W7.62 trillion abroad in the third quarter last year, up a whopping 20.4 percent from a year earlier, according to Statistics Korea on Monday (US$1=W1,162).

Trump Vows 'Ironclad' Commitment to Defending S.Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump and Korea's acting president Hwang Kyo-ahn spoke on the phone for the first time Monday and agreed to strengthen joint defense capabilities to deal with the North Korean nuclear threats.

Satellite Pics Confirm N.Korea Restarted Reactor

Satellite pictures appear to confirm that North Korea has restarted the Yongbyon nuclear reactor.The 38 North website at Johns Hopkins University said satellite imagery confirms the widespread belief that the reactor is fully operational again.

3,400 Koreans Earn Nearly W1 Billion

More than 3,400 Koreans earn nearly W1 billion a year (US$1=W1,162).According to the National Health Insurance Service on Monday, 3,403 Koreans paid the maximum W2.39 million a month in health insurance fees since their monthly salary exceeded W78.1 million.An NHIS staffer said most are CEOs of major conglomerates, lawyers and doctors.


HanKyoReh-Shinmoon (http://english.hani.co.kr)

Pres. Park vows retaliation if her impeachment is overturned

President Park Geun-hye has declared that if her impeachment is overturned in the Constitutional Court, the prosecution and the media will be dealt with by the strength of the people, it was reported on Monday. There is growing controversy over how the comment could be analyzed as an intention to retaliate against the prosecution investigating the Choi Sun-sil-scandal and the media who have raised suspicions about the situation.

Survey: 72% of Japanese support retaliation over Busan comfort woman statue

A public opinion poll has found that a majority of Japanese people expect Japan-US relations to deteriorate due to Donald Trump becoming US president. The same poll found that seven out of ten Japanese people support retaliation measures in response to the setting up of a comfort woman statue in Busan.

Candlelight rallies spur surge in number of sign language learners

On the evening of Jan. 23, students of various ages gathered in a lecture hall on the fifth floor of the Seoul Korean Sign Language Professional Institute, operated by the Seoul Association of the Deaf, for an introductory class in sign language.

Nearly $6 million flowed from chaebol to far right groups over three years

The investigative team of Special Prosecutors has learned that the Blue House received money from South Korea’s four largest chaebols (Samsung, the Hyundai Motor Company, SK and LG) to fund pro-government demonstrations by conservative and far-right organizations such as the Korean Parent Federation (KPF) and the Moms Brigade.

Cohabiting couples suffer discrimination and lack access to benefits

It turns out there are a lot of restrictions when you’re trying to apply for the public housing benefits program as an unmarried couple. They say that you need a wedding invitation, but it’s not like you can get married just for this…” (41-year-old male, currently cohabiting with partner)


JoongAng-Ilbo(conservative) (http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/)

Vacancies caused by impeachment starting to grow

Korea’s criminal justice system is being challenged by judicial vacancies that are growing in the aftermath of the presidential impeachment. Park Han-chul, chief justice of the Constitutional Court, ended his six-year tenure on Tuesday, and the court, currently holding the impeachment trial of President Park Geun-hye, is left with eight judges. Because the president has the power to nominate and appoint the chief justice of the court, the vacancy will likely remain for sometime.

Final versions of textbooks by the gov’t are released

The Ministry of Education released Tuesday the final versions of controversial state-authored history textbooks for middle and high school students, which are supposed to go into use from 2018.

Korea firms find the money in cute

Mobile messaging has brought new life to the character industry in Korea - sales of anything related to cute characters created by animators or messaging apps - an industry long dominated by Japan and Walt Disney.

LG Chem pins hopes on carbon nanotubes

LG Chem will tackle the next-generation materials market by producing carbon nanotubes at its newly built factory in Yeosu, South Jeolla.According to the company Tuesday, the factory was built with a roughly 25 billion won ($21.5 million) investment last year and has started mass production of carbon nanotubes from January.

Gangnam real estate keeps getting expensive

Prices of redeveloped apartments in the upscale neighborhoods of southern Seoul have jumped nearly 30 percent in the past two years, according to new data from local real estate information provider Budongsan 114.

Daelim, SK get Turkish bridge bid

A construction consortium comprising Daelim Industrial and SK E&C has won a 3.5 trillion won ($3 billion) project to build a bridge in Turkey that is set to be the longest suspension bridge in the world once completed.


The KyungHyang-Shinmoon(http://english.khan.co.kr/)

More Bad News for South Korea-Japan Relations

Conflicts between South Korea and Japan, which were triggered by the erection of the "Girl of Peace" statue in front of the Japanese consulate in Busan, are intensifying with a series of unfavorable conditions.

Is Trump Going to Stand with His Back to the World?

U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order against immigration on January 27 (local time). It allows the U.S. to suspend refugees from entering the country for 120 days and to ban the citizens of seven countries including Iraq and Iran from entering the States for 90 days.

Defendant‘s Argument→ a Choi Soon-sil’s Shouting→ a Park‘s Interview: An Attempt to Influence Public Opinion

It all began with the president of the Constitutional Court Park Han-chul's remarks on his position. Park, whose term ends at the end of this month, opened the impeachment trial of President Park Geun-hye at 10 a.m.


The Korea Economic Daily (http://english.hankyung.com/)

Gov't Reorganization Every 5 Years: Something to Think about

Public officials in the central government must brace for change every five years when one administration is replaced by another. That's because whenever a new administration comes in it always reshuffles government ministries by splitting or merging one another. It has been this way for the past three decades and it won't be different this time.

Fair Trade Commission Investigates Global Travel Sites for Possible Unfair Practice

The Fair Trade Commission is currently investigating several overseas travel reservation sites such as Hotels.com. The competition authorities are specifically looking whether these service operators forced unfair terms and conditions to their customers for hotels and flights.

Naver Launches into Self-driving Vehicle and Car Sharing Business

Naver is making forays into the car sharing business using self-driving vehicles. According to the online search engine company on January 30, its skunkworks unit Naver Labs which was spun off early this month added to its articles of association a string of new business portfolios, including the "manufacturing, lease and service for auto parts and related supplies" and the car sharing and related brokerage service."

Samsung's First Biosimilar "Benepali" Achieves 100 Bil. Won Cumulative Sales in Europe

Samsung Bioepis' first biosimilar "Benepali" passed the 100-billion-won mark in cumulative sales in Europe. This milestone is achieved in one year after the sales of Benepali were approved in Europe in January 2016.

Korea EximBank Suffers 1 Tril. Won Loss, First in 40 Years

The Export-Import Bank of Korea reported a net loss of 1 trillion won last year, first since it was established 40 years ago.The main culprit behind Korea EximBank's first-ever loss is the poor performance of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, for which the state-run bank extended a loan of 9 trillion won.


AJU Business Daily (http://eng.ajunews.com/korea)

Actor Lee Min-ho denies enlistment rumors

Lee Min-ho, the iconic actor who has led Hallyu (Korean cultural wave) in Asia, denied he would start his mandatory military service this spring, according to his management agency.

Rapper Mad Clown releases teaser video clip featuring Bolbbangan4

Rapper Mad Clown has released a video clip for his new track "I can't find my home" (우리집을못찾겠군요) featuring acoustic duo Bolbbalgan4.

GM's Chevrolet Volt EV makes debut in S. Korea

The Chevrolet Volt EV produced by US carmaker General Motors will make its debut in South Korea this week, with its price set at 38 million won (US$32,478), ahead of an electric sedan from Tesla Motors.

Singer Jung Joon-young releases teaser for comeback

Singer-songwriter Jung Joon-young released a teaser image Tuesday alerting fans of his comeback on February 7. In the monochrome image, the singer wearing a striped fur coat is shown sitting on the rooftop.


Maeil Business News Korea (http://www.pulsenews.co.kr/)

LG and Samsung remain world’s top 2 TV panel makers in 2016

South Korea’s two leading liquid crystal display (LCD) panel makers, LG Display Co. and Samsung Display Co., have successfully maintained their dominance in the global large-sized LCD market last year, but Chinese peers are catching up rapidly with aggressive investments.

LG Chem starts operation of its first carbon nanotube plant

South Korea’s leading chemical company LG Chem Ltd. Tuesday began mass-production of carbon nanotubes from its new factory in Yeosu, South Jeolla Province devoted to the novel property increasingly sought in electronics, optics, and other fields of materials science.

Korean air carriers turning to smaller and fuel-efficient jets

South Korean full-service airlines have added mid-sized, lightweight aircrafts to their fleet in a preemptive move to cut fuel costs and stay competitive in the industry heated with greater challenges from budget carriers.

First-year sales of Samsung’s biosimilar drug Benepali top $100 million in Europe

Benepali, a biosimilar product of Samsung Bioepis Co., topped surprising 100 billion won ($85.7 million) in European sales last year. Biogen Inc., the distributor for Samsung Bioepis products in Europe said in a conference call last Thursday that first-year Benepali sales reached $100.6 million (about 117 billion won) last year. The drug is marketed as Brenzys in Korea.

What’s ticking around the world at this second?

See what the world media around the world have to report:

USA Today www.usatoday.com aallman@gannett.com

The New York Timeswww.nytimes.com inytletters@nytimes.com

Wall Street Journalwww.wsj.com support@wsj.com ,service@wsj-asia.com

Financial Times www.ft.com ean@ft.com

The Timeswww.thetimes.co.uk help@timesplus.co.uk

The Sun www.thesun.co.uk talkback@the-sun.co.uk

Chinese People's Dailywww.people.com.cn kf@people.cn

China Dailywww.chinadaily.com.cn circulation@chinadaily.com.cn

GwangmyeongDailywww.gmw.cn webmaster@gmw.cn

Japan's Yomiuriwww.yomiuri.co.jp japannews@yomiuri.com

Asahi www.asahi.com customer-support@asahi.com



Italy rarepupeul Rica www.quotidiano.repubblica.it vittorio.zucconi@gmail.com

Germany Frankfurter AllgemeineZeitungwww.faz.net anzeigen.ausland@faz.de

SüddeutscheZeitungwww.sueddeutsche.de forum@sueddeutsche.de

Australia Brisbane Times www.brisbanetimes.com.au syndication@fairfaxmedia.com.au

Sydney Morning Heraldwww.smh.com.au

Colombia Reports http://colombiareports.com

Bogota Free Planet http://bogotafreeplanet.combfp@bogotafreeplanet.com

El Universal http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/english

ANDES http://www.andes.info.ec/en

ECUADOR TIMES http://www.ecuadortimes.net

The Jordan Times https://www.jordantimes.com

LSM.lv http://www.lsm.lv/en

The Baltic Times http://www.baltictimes.com lithuania@baltictimes.com , estonia@baltictimes.com, editor@baltictimes.com

El Paishttp://elpais.com/elpais/inenglish.html

PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER https://www.inquirer.net

Daily News Hungary http://dailynewshungary.com

Budapest Times http://budapesttimes.hu


Lee Kyung-sik  edt@koreapost.com

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