The Korea Post media now operate a video window on its English Internet site (www.koreapost.com). The video outlet is intended to introduce various aspects of the countries of the world represented by the 111 different embassies of the world in Seoul, which might be interesting to the Korean audience as well as to the international community.
|Publisher-Chairman Lee Kyung-sik|
We also have Korean scenes from the local governments as well as from Seoul, which the international community might find interesting.
Time is changing fast and the world continues to shrink due to the fast development of science and technology, especially in the arear of mass communications. The Korea Post tries its best to keep itself abreast with these changes and in this effort timely feedback from our readers and audience is essential. Please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The Korea Post also publishes a regular-sized Korean-language newspaper (http://pdf.koreapost.co.kr/23/2301.pdf) which will be published on a weekly basis in the near future. The Korean people find this Korean-language edition much more comfortable and our Korean readers express their appreciation for learning things happening in the countries represented by the embassies in Seoul and the international business communities.
Over 70% of the major Korean business companies sell their goods and services overseas and this makes the five publications of The Korea Post media (3 in English, 2 in Korean) all the more useful and important for them to use as a tool to promote their business and services overseas as well as introducing themselves properly.
In a rare example in Korea, The Korea Post media are run by a seasoned English journalist who worked for many years with Korea’s leading English daily, The Korea Herald, as a Cultural Editor and also as a weekly columnist. The publisher is also a winner of the prestigious Korean Literature Translation Award co-hosted by another leading English daily in Korea, The Korea Times, and Korean-language daily, Hankook Ilbo.
The Korea Post tries to publish ‘all the news without fear or favor’ and in this effort unreserved support and assistance by the readers are essential, especially feedback from the international community, the Seoul Diplomatic Corps, in particular. `
Again, please do not miss the opportunity to utilize the newly opened video window on The Korea Post, www.koreapost.com.
Lee Kyung-sik firstname.lastname@example.org
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