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May 7, 2015

The Korean daily media headlines and humor

Thursday, May 7, 2015

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Here are The Korea Post notice, humor from a generous former Asian ambassador and a Korean business daily and a roundup of important headlines from all major Korean-language dailies, TV and other news media this morning:

Lee Kyung-sik


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Today’s humor:

Humor from a generous former Asian ambassador

Definition of a nurse

A beautiful woman who holds your hand for one full minute and then expects your pulse to be normal!

A Texan outsmarted

A Texan, while visiting Toronto, found himself in the back seat of a taxi cab on the way to his hotel. Passing by the Royal York the Texan asked the cab driver "What's that building there?"

"That's the Royal York Hotel" replied the cabbie.

"The Royal York? How long did it take to build that?" asked the Texan.

"About 12 years" replied the cabbie.

"12 years? We build 'em twice as high, twice as wide and four times as long down in Texas, and we do that in six months."

A while later the cab driver makes his way past the Metro-Toronto Convention Centre. "What's that building over there?" asked the Texan.

"That's the Metro-Toronto Convention Centre" replied the cabbie.

"Convention Centre? How long did it take to build that?" asked the Texan.

"About three years" replied the cabbie.

"Three years? We build 'em twice as high, three times as long and four times as wide as that down in Texas, and it only takes us about two weeks."

Shortly thereafter the cabbie drives past the CN Tower. "What's that building there?" asks the Texan, pointing at the tower.

"Damned if I know" replied the cabbie, "It wasn't here when I drove by yesterday."

Hankuk Kyungje

Amicable Divorce

After three years of separation, the couple finally divorced amicably.

The man wanted to date again and looked in the personals column of the local newspaper.

After reading through all the listings, he circled three that seemed possible in terms of age and interests, but put off calling them.

Two days later, there was a message on his answering machine from his ex-wife: “I came over to your house to borrow some tools today and saw the ads you circled in the paper: Don’t call the one in the second column. Its me.”



Gov't to Ease Regulations for Foreign Investors

The government held its third pan-governmental deregulation meeting, scrapping bans that prohibited foreign companies from investing in the South Korean...

Aging Terminals to be Urban Logistics Network

Gov't Launches Second Phase Deregulation Campaign

S. Korea 14th Among OECD in Worker's Purchasing Power Parity

Renowned Historians Urge Abe to Face Wartime Sexual Slavery

Assembly Int'l Chief: Wrong to List Japanese Industrial Site on UNESCO List

KOSPI Dips over Worries of Possible Greek Default

Survey: 3 in 10 Recently Married Couples Own Homes

Civic Groups Meet in Shenyang to Discuss Inter-Korean Event Preparation

N. Korea Asks for Seoul's Cooperation on DMZ Crossing

S. Korea Approves June 15 Committee's Meeting with N. Korean Officials

N. Korea's Satellite Center Located in Central Pyongyang

Captive NYU Student in N. Korea "Wanted to be Arrested"

Governor Hong to be Questioned Friday

Prosecutors Question Aides of S. Gyeongsang Governor

Children's Day Marked in Various Events

Baekje Sites Poised to Join UNESCO World

Moviegoers Flock to "Avengers: Age of Ultron"

Baekje Historic Sites Likely to be Listed as

S. Korea's Technology Level Estimated at 78.4% of US

S. Korea, Chile to Boost Cooperation in Space Sciences

New Study Finds Phytoncide Levels Reach Highest in Morning

Lindsey Vonn Named Honorary Ambassador for Pyeongchang Games

Park In-bee Wins Second LPGA Tour Title This Season in Texas

Korea-China Pair Wins World Table Tennis Championships


Yonhap (

Activist arrested for praising N. Korea

A 28-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly praising North Korea online in violation of an anti-North Korea law, police said Thursday.

Korea's FX reserves gain for 3rd month in April

South Korea saw its foreign exchange reserves rise for the third month in a row in April, emerging as the world's sixth-largest holder of foreign reserves in roughly four years, data showed Thursday.

S. Korean insurers' Q1 net jumps 41.1 pct

South Korean insurance companies saw their earnings jump 41.1 percent in the first quarter of the year from a year earlier on increased investment income, the financial watchdog said Thursday.

S. Korea's presidential envoy to meet Putin's aide in Moscow: source

South Korea's chief delegate to Russia's war anniversary celebrations will meet with President Vladimir Putin's foreign policy adviser later this week, a government source said Wednesday.

'Exploratory talks' with N.K. depend on U.S. flexibility: ..

S. Korea seeks 'new momentum' with China to revive ..

Japan should recognize 'forthrightly' its wartime p..

S. Korean insurers' Q1 net jumps 41.1 pct

Korea's FX reserves gain for 3rd month in April

S. Korea's presidential envoy to meet Putin's aide ..

Jeonbuk clinches AFC Champions League knockout berth with ..

S. Korea against Japan's UNESCO drive for slave l..

Hanwha Eagles release ex-big leaguer Nyjer Morgan

BigBang tops charts for 6th straight day with 'Loser'


The Korea Times (

Assembly fails to vote on pension bill 

The National Assembly failed to pass a pension reform bill in the last day of a plenary session We... 

Foreign investors show mixed responses 

Foreign business communities here have shown mixed responses to the latest government steps to eas...

Brokerages face probe over ELS sales 

The financial regulator will inspect brokerage houses over their equity-linked securities (ELS) products to protect investors from incomplete sales where cust...

Japan plans 'crying rooms' for women 

Japan will introduce hotel rooms for women “to cry the stress away.” 

Hong will be summoned tomorrow 

Prosecutors said Wednesday they will question South Gyeongsang Province Governor Hong Joon-pyo Fri... 

Police crack down on currency shops 

Police have launched a crackdown on currency exchange shops that mainly deal with Chinese customer...

Constitutional petition filed against water cannons 

A group of relatives of victims and survivors of the ferry Sewol tragedy filed a petition with the Constitutional Court, Wednesday, to prevent police from usi...

UNESCO case fuels 2-way feud 

Korea and Japan are at odds over Tokyo’s bid to register its wartime industrial facilities as UNESCO world heritage sites amid worsening relations between the...

Dokdo defense drill due later this month 

Military and maritime police are planning to carry out a drill later this month to practice defense of the nation’s easternmost islets of Dokdo in the event t... 

Seoul stocks tumble on steep correction 

Seoul stocks tumbled, correcting recent steep gains, with overall sentiment hit by concerns about ... 


DongA Ilbo (

Historians urge Abe not to deny wartime sex slaves

Internationally renowned historians are protesting against Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe`s denial of Japan`s wartime past. A group of 187 Japanese history scholars in the U.S., Europe and Australia issued a... 

Volcano alert raised in Japan tourist area

The Japanese authorities have raised the volcano alert for Mount Hakone, a popular spa tourist spot for Koreans near Tokyo, on Wednesday, with small eruptions deemed possible. The Japan Meteorological Agency raised the...

Chun returns to parliament with humble attitude

Chun Jung-bae, an independent lawmaker elected in the April 29 by-election after bolting out of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy, reported his return to the parliament Wednesday, handing out...

National Assembly passes bill on cigarette warnings with controversial string attached

The National Assembly has passed a bill requiring tobacco manufacturers to put a warning label and photograph on cigarette packages. However, the parliament is under criticism for having watered down the bill`s effects...

Korea Ski Association signs MOU on cooperation with US counterpart

Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin, who is serving as the chairman of the Korea Ski Association, met with Luke Bodensteiner, vice president at the United States Ski and Snowboard Association, at Lotte Group’s...

Facebook COO`s comment on spouse death highlights the risk of treadmills

A treadmill is one of the riskiest health machines in the world.” As David Goldberg, SurveyMonkey chief executive and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s husband, died in a treadmill slip on Friday, U.S. media warned the...

Controversies over N. Korean leader’s call for ‘highest-level’ talks 

Ki Sung-yueng, Son Heung-min as promising Korean soccer players 

New year’s wishes change over time 

Samsung’s mobile phone beats Apple to top ACSI 

Actor Lee Jung-jae reported to be in a relationship with Daesang heiress 

N. Korean leader shows willingness to hold inter-Korean summit 

U.S. military base in Yongsan bans civilian drones, model aircrafts 

Japanese police on 14-year manhunt for cruel murderer


Chosun Ilbo (

N.Korea Unveils New 'Satellite Facility'

A purported satellite command center stands about 400 m from former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il's residence in Pyongyang, satellite imagery suggests. Kim died in 2011. The imagery matches an aerial picture of the facility shown on the North Korean state TV on Sunday. >> Full Text

UNESCO to List Forced-Labor Sites in Japan

An advisory body to UNESCO has recommended 23 Japanese sites for World Cultural Heritage status, local media reported. They include factories where Korean forced laborers produced weapons and other materials for the Japanese war machine during World War II. >> Full Text

Chinese Tourists a Mixed Blessing for Ewha Womans University

Last month a Chinese tourist in his 40s bought W1.5 million worth of memorabilia from Ewha Woman's University in Seoul, including jackets bearing its logo, coffee mugs and pens. >> Full Text

S.Korean Student Detained in N.Korea

Gov't to Educate Japanese on Korean A-Bomb Victims

Historic Baekje Sites to Be Listed by UNESCO

Samsung Leads Indian Smartphone Market in Q1

Song Il-gook Donates W300 Million to Help Nepalese, Korean Kids

Green Film Festival in Seoul to Screen 113 Movies

Lee Min-ho Gives W100 Million to Nepal Recovery Effort


Hankyoreh Shinmoon (

[News analysis] Three waves causing South Korean diplomatic stumble

South Korea is stumbling with its diplomacy, buffeted by three major waves: closer collaboration between the US and Japan, attempts by China and Japan to improve their relations, and the ongoing break in inter-Korean ties. One of the major issues is the lack of competence and strategy from the diplomatic leadership, which has so far failed to find a solution to this vexing equation.

[News analysis] In Japan policy, Seoul trying to disentangle history and contemporary issues

South Korea’s relations with Japan are chilly, and its relations with North Korea are at an impasse, and both of these illustrate how the foreign policy of President Park Geun-hye has run aground. More clear evidence is the fact that the leaders of South Korea and Japan haven’t managed to hold a single summit since Park took office in 2013. .

Japanese lawmaker says Abe not echoing pivotal 1993 Kono Statement

A lawmaker from Japan’s chief opposition party said Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s remarks after a recent US-Japan summit did not directly echo the message of the 1993 Kono Statement.“I think it is difficult to say that Prime Minister Abe spoke literally in the same tenor as the Kono Statement,” said Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Koichiro Gemba on May 4. .

Demonstrators injured by police water cannon bring case to Constitutional Court Participants in the Sewol and Labor Day demonstrations who suffered lasting physical pain after being hit by police water cannons that were mixed with PAVA (a synthetic capsaicinoid solution) are asking the Constitutional Court to block the arbitrary use of water cannons containing tear gas. They also asked a research institute to analyze the chemical composition of liquid that was collected from the site of the demonstrations. .

South Korea could have third-largest share in AIIB

South Korea will have the third largest share in the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a Chinese magazine predicted. South Korea will come in third, following China and India, said the China Economic Weekly, the sister magazine of state-run newspaper the People’s Daily, in a May 4 article. The weekly was reporting on its analysis of the share of the 57 countries who have agreed to found the bank, according to their gross domestic product (GDP) in 2013. .

South Korea and Vietnam sign free trade agreement

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MTIE) announced the signing of a free trade agreement with Vietnam on May 5. The agreement was signed in Hanoi by South Korean Minister Yoon Sang-jik and his Vietnamese counterpart, Minister of Industry and Trade Vu Huy Hoang, with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung observing.

[News analysis] South Korean diplomacy accused of being “adrift” without a paddle South Korean diplomacy is under heavy fire for being “adrift” and lacking bearings. Some lawmakers are even calling for the resignation of its chief representative, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Yun Byung-se.But with the Ministry continuing to maintain that nothing is amiss, a shift in policy continues to look unlikely. Its defense of its current diplomatic strategy continues even a US visit by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last week that seems to bear out fears about a new honeymoon between Washington and Tokyo leaving Seoul out in the cold.


JoongAng Ilbo (conservative): (

Forum addresses security, current affairs

The world’s brightest minds and experts on foreign affairs and international studies gathered in Seoul for the fifth JoongAng Ilbo-CSIS Forum, held on Wednesday at the Westin Chosun Hotel in central Seoul. The annual forum - jointly launched by the Center for Strategic and International Studies…

Statement by historians urges Japan to apologize

A group of 187 renowned historians that included a Pulitzer prize winner urged Japan in a joint statement to face up to its wartime past and apologize for its forced mobilization…

Investment, greenbelt rules to ease up

The nation’s greenbelt, the area in which the government has restricted development for more than four decades, will see several new measures targeted at improving the lives of the residents there…

Chinese spending spikes during May holiday period

Department stores saw robust growth in spending by Chinese tourists during the May holiday season, highlighting the growing importance of Chinese money…

Samsung’s Lee likely to retain seat

Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has been recommended to continue working as an outside director of Exor, the controlling shareholder of Fiat-Chrysler…

Dong-A buys Bayer’s birth control drugs

Dong-A Pharmaceuticals has acquired the local rights to manufacture, market and sell four of Bayer’s over-the-counter contraceptive drugs, the company said on Wednesday.…

SKT posts big year-on-year Q1 gain

SK Telecom, the country’s top carrier, reported a 59.5 percent year-on-year surge in operating profit for the first quarter, backed by the strong performance of its subsidiaries,…

Entering Korea-Australia Era 2.1

In recent years, the global economy has faced a series of crises that have spilled over from one region to another, including the continuing eurozone crisis and deflation…

Prosecutors ready to question governor

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For many in North, online shopping is a click away

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Sewol kin outraged by investigation ordinance

The cabinet approved an ordinance for a special investigation into the sinking of the Sewol ferry in the face of ongoing protest from the relatives of the victims…

Parties wrangle over changes to pension systems

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FSC reviews rules to boost fintech

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Maeil Kyungje (neutral-oriented conservative, economic/business): (

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Civil service pension act in last-minute deadlock

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Multi-brand shoe shops waging battle for sole products

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Regulations of local governments to be streamlined

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A slew of regulatory obstacles have yet to be addressed

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South Gyeongsang Province governor would be summoned soon over bribery sca..

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S. Korea, Vietnam conclude bilateral FTA

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Seoul Money Show to be held at COEX from next Wednesday to Friday

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Global car makers waging electric vehicle battle in S. Korean market

Global finished vehicles manufacturers are waging battle for electric vehicles in the South Korean market. More and more companies would not only increase car sales to.. ...05.05 13:59

Korean currency rises most among other currencies

The Bank of Korea announced on Monday that South Korean current account surplus in March recorded $10.3 billion in March, up 41.9 percent from $7.3 billion year-on-yea.. ...05.05 11:20


The Kyunghyang Shinmoon (

[Special Feature on the Seventieth Anniversary of National Liberation] The Debate on Pro-Japanese Collaborators

One of the hottest issues in the South Korean society during the seventy years following national liberation was the problem of the pro-Japanese collaborators. F···

[Editorial] Does President Park Know Why People Are Calling for Foreign Minister Yun's Resignation?

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Pension Reform Expands to Debate over National Pension

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[Korean Diplomacy Lost] 'South Korea-Japan Relations Can Improve Only When Comfort Women Issue Is Resolved' The Government Building Its Own Obstacles

After the Park Geun-hye government launched in 2012, South Korea and Japan have not once been able to hold a summit. The bilateral relations between the two···

U.S.-Japan Display Reconciliation for Common Interests: TPP and Keeping China in Check

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ended his official trip to the United States as he moved to San Francisco after handling his schedules in Washington D.C. inc···

Yang Gwon-mo's Column] Why Can't the Opposition Party Win?

The opposition party was utterly defeated in an election held shortly after the tragic accident of the Sewol, and it was defeated once again in an election held···

Abe Never Mentioned the Comfort Women

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offered his condolences to the American victims of World War II, but did not mention the comfort women before a joint meeting···

[Editorial] April 29 By-Elections: A Warning to Moon Jae-in's New Politics Alliance for Democracy

The by-election for lawmakers on April 29 ended in a complete victory for the Saenuri Party. The Saenuri Party claimed victories in all three constituencies in ···


The Korea Economic Daily (

FSC May Permit Only 2-3 Internet Banks

The Financial Services Commission said it would permit two or three Internet-only banks as too many operators in the market may cause confusion and efficiency loss. Some in the financial service industry, however, criticized the policy as it can stir up trade disputes if the government disallows int...

POSCO to Produce 20,000 Tons of Lithium in S. America

The proprietary lithium extraction technology developed by POSCO was successfully commercialized in South America for the first time. The Korean steel maker and Lithium Americas Corp. of Argentina said on May 6 that they recently established a joint venture and agreed to begin commercial production ...

NPS Earns 200 Bil. Won from Helmsley Building Deal

The Helmsley Building, a 35-story building located at 230 Park Avenue between East 45th and East 46th Streets in Midtown Manhattan, New York, in which the National Pension Service invested was sold at US$1.2 billion. With the sale of the property, the Korean pension service company will have an inve...

Korea and Vietnam Sign FTA Deal...Seek to Reach $70 Bil. in Bilateral Trade by 2020 

The Korean and Vietnamese governments officially signed a free trade agreement on May 5 and came to an understanding that both will work together in reaching the bilateral trade volume of US$70 billion by 2020. The deal is the 15th FTA signed by the Korean government. Given the government's willingn...

Hyundai and Kia Report Sluggish Exports

An alarm bell is ringing for Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors as their sluggish exports may make it difficult for them to achieve their 8.2-million sales goal this year. According to industry sources on May 6, Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors suffered a negative growth in overseas sales due to sluggish expo...


AJU Business Daily (

Cho Min-soo and 5 other actresses to appear in KBS2 TV's "Lady Action'

Actress Cho Min-soo applauds during a media event for KBS2 TV's new program "Lady Action" at KBS building in Yeouido, Seoul, Wednesday. Also appearing in the program are actresses Kim Hyun-joo, So…

Subway library on line 3 in Seoul

'FUNFUN SUBWAY': A child reads a book on a Gupabal-bound subway train of line 3 in Seoul on May 5, the Children's Day. Seoul Metro, operator of lines 1-4, said it will run the "train for r…

Actress Seo Min-ji appears in Web drama 'Girl of 0 A.M.'

Actress Seo Min-ji speaks during a media event for the MBC Every 1's new Web drama "Girl of 0 A.M." at the Ilsan MBC Dream Center in Goyang, north of Seoul, Monday. She hosted KBS2 TV's "Music…

Children join 'coin donation campaign' for victims of Nepal earthquake

LET'S HELP VICTIMS OF NEPAL EARTHQUAKE: Children throw coins during a campaign event at the Cheonggye Plaza in central Seoul Sunday to help the victims of earthquake in Nepal. The United Nations s…

Pedestrian-only street opens along Sejongdae-ro in central Seoul

Children aboard a "Tayo bus" react in a pedestrian-only street in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul, Sunday. The Sejongdae-ro area becomes a pedestrian-only street from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the first and thir…

Sales at high-end retailers jump nearly 60%, thanks to influx of Chinese tourists

INFLUX OF 'YOUKE': A signboard in Chinese characters is erected in the hip and trendy Garosu-gil street in Sinsa-dong, southern Seoul, Friday, the first day of the Labor Day holiday. The numbe…

Jeonju International Film Festival opens

2015 JIFF: Actress Jung Joo-yeon arrives to attend the opening ceremony of the 16th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) Thursday at the Jeonju Sports Stadium. Under the theme of “Jeonju in Sprin…

Actress Kim Sae-ron draws attention with cute charms at Jeonju International Film Festival

CUTE CHARMS: Actress Kim Sae-ron draws attention with her cute charms as she arrived to attend the opening ceremony of the 16th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) Thursday at Jeonju Sports Stad…

Jeonju International Film Festival to screen 200 films

JIFF OPENS: Actress Son Yeo-eun arrives to attend the opening ceremony of the 16th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) Thursday at the Jeonju Sports Stadium. The 2015 JIFF, under the theme of “J…

Asan Medical Center holds event for patients from Middle East

MEDICAL TOURISM: An Arab child puts halal food on a plate during the "Arab Night," an event Asan Medical Center's international department held for patients from Middle East countries, including S…



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