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Monday, August 21, 2017

Your Excellency:

Korea can reply on Morocco as an opening to Africa’

Korea can reply on Morocco as an opening to Africa’

Ambassador Chafik Rachadi of the Kingdom of Morocco in Seoul said, “Today, despite the geographic divide between our two countries, the Republic of Korea can rely on the Kingdom of Morocco as an opening to the African space, just as Morocco can rely on the Republic of Korea as an opening for it to the Asian-Pacific Region.”

Ambassador Chafik Rachadi of Morocco speaks to the guests.

Speaking to an estimated 400 distinguished guests from Korean society and the international community at the Moroccan National Day celebration at Lotte Hotel in Seoul on July 31, 2017, Ambassador Rachadi disclosed, “Morocco has now become the second African investor in the continent, which makes it capable of playing a hub role for Korean companies in their effort to explore new markets in this region, and qualifies itself to be an essential partner of Korea in its development initiatives towards the African continent.”

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Here are The Korea Post notices and a roundup of important headlines from all major Korean-language dailies, TV and other news media of Korea today:

Very Respectfully Yours

/s/

Lee Kyung-sik

Publisher-Chairman

Korea Post Media

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


The Korea Post media (www.koreapost.com) in English, (www.koreapost.co.kr) in Korean.

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

S. Korea, US Kick off UFG Joint Drill

About 50-thousand South Korean troops and some 17-thousand-500 U.S. service members will participate in the Ulchi Freedom Guardian(UFG) joint exercise. The UFG exercise, which will run through the end of the month, largely consists of computer simulation-based drills aimed at evaluating and improving combined military procedures. The Defense Ministry’s public relations officer Lee Jin-woo said that this year’s drills will focus on examining defense capabilities in response to North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats.

'Fewer US Troops in Joint Drill Not due to N. Korea'

While traveling to Jordan on Sunday, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis firmly denied the speculation that a reduction in U.S. troops participating in a joint exercise with South Korea is because of tensions with the North. [Sound bite: U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis] This is a defense drill. The joint exercises had been planned months in advance.” The annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint exercise will begin on Monday amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

President Moon Reaffirms Efforts to Create Jobs

President Moon Jae-in has reaffirmed his efforts to create quality jobs. The president made the vow on Sunday during a televised meeting with citizens, saying that job creation is the most important policy goal of his government and the best way to spend the taxpayers’ money. Moon said that job data for July showed progress, but quality jobs for young people did not increase. [Sound bite: President Moon Jae-in: Korean] If the government produces drastic measures to create quality jobs for the next few years, the related budget would not place much burden.”

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

Samsung's strategic decision-making in limbo amid leader's absence

Crucial decision-making at global tech firm Samsung Electronics Co. has been pushed back since its de facto leader Lee Jae-yong was imprisoned in February, industry sources said Monday. According to the sources, Samsung held fewer in-house strategy meetings in the second quarter compared with the year earlier period. The in-house strategic meeting is attended by the heads of Samsung's three major business units, including its handset business. The South Korean tech giant hosted two strategy meetings over the April-June period, compared with four gatherings held a year earlier. The 49-year-old vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, the only son and heir to Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee, has been behind bars since February on charges of providing or promising some 43.3 billion won (US$37.9 million) to former President Park Geun-hye's confidante Choi Soon-sil in return for the state pension's support of the merger of Samsung's two units in 2015.

Reduction in U.S. troops in S. Korea exercises was not caused by N.K. tensions

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Sunday that this week's joint exercises with South Korea will involve fewer American troops than last year because of the current emphasis on integration, not because of recent tensions with North Korea. The Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise is set to run from Monday through Aug. 31 with the participation of some 17,500 U.S. service members, down from 25,000 last year. The computer simulation-based drills are held annually to prepare the allies against a possible North Korean attack, but Pyongyang denounces them as a rehearsal for an invasion of the North. "This right now is an exercise to make certain that we're ready to defend South Korea and our allies over there," Mattis told reporters en route to Jordan, according to a transcript released by his office.

S. Korea's exports up 11.6 pct in first 20 days of Aug.

South Korea's exports jumped more than 11 percent in the first 20 days of this month from a year earlier on brisk overseas sales of semiconductors and petroleum products, customs data showed Monday.

Total outbound shipments reached US$25.1 billion from Aug. 1-20, up 11.6 percent from the same period last year, according to the data compiled by the Korea Customs Service. Exports of computer chips surged 42.4 percent on-year and those of petroleum products and passenger cars soared 41.8 percent and 21 percent, respectively, over the 20-day period.

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

Reduction in US troops in S. Korea exercises was not caused by NK tensions

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Sunday that this week's joint exercises with South Korea will involve fewer American troops than last year because of the current emphasis on integration, not because of recent tensions with North Korea. The Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise is set to run from Monday through Aug. 31 with the participation of some 17,500 US service members, down from 25,000 last year. Tensions have run high in recent weeks following North Korea's two intercontinental ballistic missile tests in July, and its threat to fire missiles towards the US territory of Guam.

Four killed in explosion at STX plant in Changwon

Four workers have been killed in an explosion at the STX Offshore & Shipbuilding plant in Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province, fire authorities said Sunday. The blast occurred at around 11:37 a.m. when workers were doing painting works inside of a 12-meter-deep tank of a 74,000-ton oil carrier. STX Offshore & Shipbuilding, a Korean shipyard company focusing on small- and mid-sized ship constructions, has been schedule to deliver the carrier to a Greek shipping company Andriaki Shipping by October. The deceased were identified as employees hired by a subcontractor company. They were each aged 33, 45, 52 and 53.

Moon says quality jobs, reduced working hours keys to addressing low birthrate

"Creating good jobs is not only a way to give hope to young people, but also increase the number of taxpayers and consumers," the president said in a rare event attended by his ministers and top presidential aides to explain the new government's policy measures. Sunday's event also involved some 250 citizens who voluntarily took part in what is named the people's transition team that partly helped set up the Moon Jae-in administration's policy initiatives.

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

S. Korea-US joint military drill begins Monday amid N. Korean threats

South Korea and the United States will begin their annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian (UFG) joint exercise Monday amid escalating tension on the Korean Peninsula after Pyongyang's recent launch of two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) and threats against Guam. The two allies are expected to step up preparations for possible provocations by the North to protest against the drill that lasts till Aug. 31, military officials here said, Sunday. Whether or not North Korea causes further provocations during or after the exercise will be a turning point for the Korean Peninsula. Pyongyang has denounced such drills as a rehearsal for invading it, reacting with military threats.

Foreigners' crimes jump 80% from 2012

The number of foreigners charged with crimes here has jumped by 80 percent over the past four years, police data showed on Sunday. Nearly 43,700 foreigners were caught last year for involvement in crimes. This was a 79.5 percent hike from 24,300 caught in 2012, according to data released by Rep. Yun Jae-ok of the opposition Liberty Korea Party. The data did not' show how many were found guilty. Five major crimes -- rape, sexual harassment, murder, theft and violence -- by foreigners have also increased. Of the five, rape and sexual assault showed the biggest increase of 81 percent, followed by theft (up 79.9 percent), murder (22.9 percent) and violence (20.1 percent).

Plagiarism found in 1,500 college admission essays

Plagiarism was found in more than 1,500 college admission essays submitted last year, according to data released Sunday. The Korean Council for University Education (KCUE) found 1,502 essays suspected of being plagiarized based on its database. Among them, 173 were highly suspected as more than 30 percent of their texts matched the texts of documents in the database. The KCUE created the database in 2012. It says the essays that show a material similarity of more than 5 percent are categorized as suspected plagiarism cases.

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DongA Ilbo (http://english.donga.com)

Annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise begins on Monday

The Ulchi Freedom Guardian (UFG) exercise is commonly referred to as the two major Korea-U.S. military drills along with Field Training Exercise and Key Resolve exercises held in March and April every year. UFG is a military training held to enhance warfare competency in light of a total war in the Korean Peninsula, and also done to master reinforcement of U.S. military troops from the main land. One of the key goals of these exercises is to shore up readiness on local provocations from North Korea, such as the shelling at the Yeonpyeong Island. As a computer-simulated Command Post Exercises, the military drills are quite different compared to field maneuvers, which required actual equipment.

Wreckage of USS Indianapolis found in 72 years

The remains of the second world war cruiser USS Indianapolis have been found on last Friday on the floor of the Pacific Ocean near the Philippines, 5,500 meters below the surface after it was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the final days of the war. The ship was hit on July 30, 1945 while sailing to the next operation area after delivering parts of an atomic bomb to the Tinian Island, the launching point for the atomic bomb attacks against Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. The 9,800-ton heavy cruiser sank in 12 minutes after two torpedo attacks. Some 900 of the ship’s 1,197 sailors and marines initially survived the maritime disaster, but only 317 ultimately survived. It was the worst disaster with the highest casualties of 880 as a single vessel sink in the history of US Navy.

Biosimilar companies export over 1 trillion won worth of goods

While traditional pharmaceuticals are contracting due to continuous repercussions, new biosimilar companies are expediting their inroads to overseas. According to the export results recently announced by the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, exports of biosimilars jumped by 31.5 percent from 892 million dollars (or 923.7 billon won) in 2015 to 1.63 billion dollars (or 1.23 trillion won) in last year, which saw Biosimilars' export excel the 1 trillion Korean won levels for the first time. Their Compound Annual Growth Rate for the last five years showed a clear uprising trend at 29.8 percent. Now, biosimilars take up one third of the total medicine and medical exports.

USTR to examine China’s intellectual property violations

The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced last Friday to investigate China’s intellectual property violations and improper trade practices according to the executive order signed by President Donald Trump on last Monday, heralding a U.S.-China trade war. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement, “After consulting with stakeholders and other government agencies, I have determined that these critical issues merit a thorough investigation.” President Trump signed the executive order to instruct USTR to investigate China’s violations of intellectual property rights, unfair technology transfer, and other improper practices under Section 301 of the Trade Act.

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

Top U.S. Brass Arrive in Seoul for Joint Drills

U.S. military leaders are arriving in South Korea ahead of the annual joint exercise that kicks off on Monday. Adm. Harry Harris, the commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, and Gen. John Hyten, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command, arrived on Sunday. They are followed by Lt. Gen. Samuel Greaves, the director of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency. They will stay for a few days and watch the exercises in a rare show of determination by such senior brass. "This is a warning to the North not to miscalculate the situation and act recklessly" after it threatened to attack the U.S. territory of Guam, a government source here said.

More Young People Take Relationship Classes

An increasing number of young people are turning to private tutoring on love and relationships. A keyword search for "consultancy on love" or "relationship coaching" throws up over 120 companies, some with over 70,000 subscribers. They tend to cluster around university campuses and teach classes on how to be attractive, how to have a long-term relationship, and how to be humorous. The costs vary vastly depending on the course, from W200,000 to W2 million. Instructors give women advice like giving short answers to questions asked by men they meet for the first time to spike their curiosity (US$1=W1,142).

Japanese Tourists Return to Jeju

The number of Japanese tourists to Jeju Island has risen again for the first time in five years. According to the Jeju provincial government on Wednesday, 32,651 Japanese had visited Jeju until mid-August, up 6.7 percent from a year earlier. Until 2012, about 180,000 Japanese visited the island every year, but then numbers dropped because of worsening bilateral relations, the weak yen and other factors.

By 2016 numbers were down to a paltry 47,900, and a welter of flights were stopped. Flights from Fukuoka came to a complete halt in October 2014.

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HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)

South Korea and US to discuss renegotiation of the KORUS FTA this week

The South Korean and US governments have agreed to hold a special session of the US-Korea FTA Joint Committee on August 22 in Seoul to discuss the possibility of renegotiating the trade agreement. It is expected that there will be a considerable tug-of-war between the US government, which has consistently demanded revisions to the FTA, and the South Korean government, who has maintained that both governments should first examine the effects of the FTA. On August 18, South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) announced that it had reached an agreement with the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to hold the meeting of the Joint Committee in Seoul on August 22, and revealed that, “The meeting will begin with a video conference between South Korea’s Trade Minister Kim Hyun-chong and United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, followed by senior-level talks on location in Seoul.”

British author sheds light on North Korea’s transition to capitalism in “North Korea Confidential”

In 2012, Daniel Tudor, who was the Economist’s correspondent in South Korea at the time, asserted in print that South Korean beer tasted worse than North Korea’s Taedonggang Beer. The next year, the manager of the Taedonggang Brewing Company invited him to visit. During a weeklong trip to the North, Tudor drew upon his experience of running a brewing company to deliver a lecture about entrepreneurship and marketing to senior North Korean officials.

Chinese merchants hit hard by North Korean seafood ban

In order to fulfill the new sanctions placed on North Korea by UN Security Council Resolution 2371, China banned seafood imports from North Korea starting on Aug. 15. There has been a great deal of resistance to the ban, including protests from merchants. The seafood supply in Beijing and other inland areas has sharply decreased. Seafood wholesaler Feng Yalong said in an Aug. 18 interview with the South China Morning Post that when the supply was available, he would sell 1,500kg of North Korean shellfish a day in Beijing and Hebei province, but that the supply of shellfish coming over the border had all but dried up. “Today there was only 250kg,” he said.

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

U.S.-Korea military drills appear to be toned-down

The militaries of South Korea and the United States are set to start their 10-day joint military exercises today despite the North’s protests, but to avoid further escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the annual war games appear to be comparatively low-key this year. According to the Ministry of National Defense, the Korea-U.S. Combined Forces Command will conduct the Ulchi-Freedom Guardian (UFG) exercise from today to Aug. 31. Using a loudspeaker at Panmunjom on the inter-Korean border, the Combined Forces Command informed the North on Friday about the exercise plan and purpose.

Shoppers lose confidence in government safety certificates

On Saturday at Hanaro Mart in Mapo District, western Seoul, a banner proclaiming that the eggs on sale have passed the government’s pesticide tests stood in the middle of the store. The government on Friday announced that eggs from 1,190 farms, more than 95 percent of egg-producing farms, have been approved for market distribution. Yet there were hardly any shoppers willing to put eggs in their shopping carts.

It seems consumers’ mistrust has increased as egg-related problems returned after avian flu broke out at the end of last year,” said a store employee.

Key industries will wither in next decade

By the year 2025, other than semiconductors and defense-related industries, leading Korean export goods will see a sharp drop, according to a study released Sunday by the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade. The report from KIET noted that in 10 years, most of Korea’s leading industries will see a significant drop in growth and will likely wither if the current momentum continues. The global market share of semiconductors is expected to expand from 16.5 percent as of 2015 to 18.2 percent 10 years later in 2025.

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

The Yeongnam Region Steps Back as “SKY” Makes a Comeback in the Four Major Law Enforcement Agencies

The proportion of people from the Yeongnam region among those holding important positions in the National Intelligence Service, the Prosecution Service, the police and the National Tax Service has dropped compared to the previous government. Throughout the government, the proportion of women in higher office was higher than in any past government, and the incumbent government has achieved somewhat of a balance when it comes to regional background.

Insecticide Eggs” Found in Cheolwon, Cheonan, and Naju. Use of Eggs Suspended in Schools and the Military

On August 16, the government confirmed that egg farms in Yangju, Gyeonggi-do; Cheolwon, Gangwon-do; Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do; and Naju, Jeollanam-do also produced insecticide-tainted eggs. The problem of “insecticide eggs” discovered in Namyangju and Gwangju in Gyeonggi-do the previous day spread nationwide. Insecticide-tainted eggs were also discovered for the first time among products that were sold to consumers. Large supermarkets have resumed the sale of eggs, while the use of eggs has been suspended in schools and military units, confusing the consumers.

Insecticide-Tainted Eggs Served on South Korean Tables

The insecticide, Fipronil has also been detected in domestic eggs, sending fears of the insecticide-tainted eggs throughout the nation. Retailers, such as large supermarkets and convenience stores, are suspending the sale of eggs one after another. Due to an inspection of all egg farms and the suspension of shipping, egg distribution in the market is expected to shake, triggering concerns of a hike in egg prices.

The three major supermarkets, Lotte Mart, E-Mart, and Homeplus, and major convenience stores announced on August 15 that they would stop selling eggs. Online shopping malls have also begun to cease the sale of eggs. This is the first time that the sale of eggs have been suspended both online and offline, including the three major supermarkets and Nonghyup Hanaro Mart.

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

Gov't Won't Seek to Move away from Nuclear Power Too Fast...It Will Take 60 Years to Phase out

President Moon Jae-in said on August 17, "The denuclearization bid by the current government is not so radical. It will take more than 60 years for us to reach that goal." In an interview in celebration of the 100th day since taking power, President Moon said, "The design life of nuclear reactors that were launched recently or under construction is 60 years. We plan to close reactors one by one as soon as their design life expires." His remarks are in reponse to criticism that his government's no-nuke policy is too rash including the temporary shutdown of Shin-Gori No. 5 and 6.

LG Siltron Changes Its Name to SK Siltron

LG Siltron, a wafer maker acquired early this year by SK Group, held an extraordinary shareholders meeting on August 17 and decided to change its name to SK Siltron. Back in January this year, SK Corp., SK Group's holding company, decided to purchased a 51-percent stake in LG Siltron at 620 billion won and has since completed merger tests with competition authorities in major countries including China. SK Siltron was ranked No. 4 in the world last year in the 300-mm wafer area. The semiconductor wafer market is expected to grow fast due to increasing miniaturation in relation to the development of the aritificial intelligence and the Internet-of-Things industry, as well as the rising demand for 3D NAND chips.

Samsung Engineering Hits 550 Bil. Won Jackpot in Thailand

Samsung Engineering said on August 16 that it won two petrochemical power generation projects worth 550 billion won jointly with PTT Public Company Ltd., a Thai state-run oil company. This has been less than a week since the Korean company announced a large-scale oil refinery building project in Oman worth more than 1 trillion won. The project calls for building a petrochemical plant and an electricity generation plant in Rayong, Thailand's largest industrial city 150 kilometers southeast of Bangkok. The project will be undertaken under an EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) basis. The projects will be completed by 2019 and 2022 respectively.

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

Chinese envoy proposes 'back to basics' in ending diplomatic row

Using an equivocal and pedantic expression, China's top envoy in South Korea urged the two countries to go "back to the basics" in ending their prolonged diplomatic row over a US missile shield as they did 25 years ago to normalize diplomatic relations. The value of going back to the basics has become more important, Chinese Ambassador to South Korea Qiu Guohong said in a speech at a Seoul forum marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic normalization which falls on August 24.

Wealthy UK parents looking for live-in Nany and willing to pay $128,000 a year

A wealthy UK parents are seeking a live-in nanny who will be paid a hefty sum of 100,000 ($128,000) per year. The couple splits their "time between 4 residencies, which include London, Barbados, Cape Town, and Atlanta", and have four children that are ages of two, five, seven, and 15. This is a great chance for a professional nanny with at least 15 years of experiences who loves traveling and kids. The generous couple also is willing to let their new nanny use their "Porsche, Range Rover, and Maserati" to "run errands and take the children to various daily appointments." But you have to have a clean driving record and a legit UK driving license.

Wife was demanded a divorce because she gained weight after giving birth

On a Korean online forum, a wife revealed her shocking story that outraged the readers. The wife recently gave birth to a child and have been suffering from pain since. Her energy level has been low so she has been taking a break from exercising. The wife admitted she gain weight after pregnancy and also said that is when her husband's verbal abuse began. He told her she looked like a pig and her legs were the size of an elephant.

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

S. Korea, U.S. to start talks on possible FTA amendment next week

South Korea and the United States will begin talks next Tuesday to discuss possible revisions to their five-year-old bilateral free trade agreement (FTA), trade authorities of the two countries said Thursday.

The discussion comes months after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would either renegotiate or terminate what he called a "job killing" and "horrible" deal. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy said Korean trade representative Kim Hyun-chong and his U.S. counterpart Robert Lighthizer will open the meeting via a video conference on Aug. 22, which will be followed by additional senior-level discussions between U.S. and Korean officials in Seoul.

Korea’s smaller securities firms more productive than larger peers

Large securities firms in South Korea took the dominant share of profits in the first half of the year but smaller players earned more per employee by targeting the niche market, data showed Friday. According to regulatory filings submitted by 24 Korean brokerage houses, the top 10 firms accounted for 85.4 percent of combined operating profit of 2.3 trillion won in the January-June period. Korea Investment & Securities Co. took the lead with an operating profit of 358.8 billion won ($314.2 million), followed by Mirae Asset Daewoo Co. and NH Investment & Securities Co. at 318.3 billion won and 267 billion won, respectively.

Kumho Tire sale back to square one with Doublestar demanding price cut

The process to sell South Korea’s Kumho Tire has returned to the starting point as the Chinese preferred bidder is demanding new buyout term that would give former owner Park Sam-koo, chairman of Kumho Asiana Group, a chance to rebid to get the country’s second largest tire maker back under the parent group. Qingdao-based Doublestar Tyre recently asked the creditors group led by Korea Development Bank (KDB) and Woori Bank to cut the price tag for their combined 42 percent stake in the bigger Korean rival from 955 billion won ($832 million) signed off in March. The Chinese preferred bidder has the right to call off the deal if operating profit of Kumho Tire falls more than 15 percent by the Sept. 23 deadline for the deal to be sealed.

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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 Times www.nytimes.com inytletters@nytimes.com

Wall Street Journal www.wsj.com support@wsj.com,service@wsj-asia.com

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.cnkf@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

Italy LaRepubblica www.quotidiano.repubblica.it vittorio.zucconi@gmail.com

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 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.comlithuania@baltictimes.com, estonia@baltictimes.com, editor@baltictimes.com

El Pais http://elpais.com/elpais/inenglish.html

Philippine Daily Inquirer https://www.inquirer.net

Daily News Hungary http://dailynewshungary.com

Budapest Times http://budapesttimes.hu

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The Korea Post is running video clips from the different embassies.

Azerbaijan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OR8CBpcQ4WM

Sri Lanka: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hByX92Y2aGY&t=22s

Morocco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfFmp2sVvSE

And many other countries.

Lee Kyung-sik  edt@koreapost.com

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