Headline, September 28, 2021
Headline, September 28, 2021
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Tuesday, September 28, 2021


Round-up of important news from major Korean dailies and from international media today


The Korea Post (http://www.koreapost.com/)

Peru hopes to further bolster her partnership with Korea”

Ambassador Daul Matute-Mejia of the Republic of Peru in Seoul said, “Yes, the Republic of Peru wants to continue increasing and strengthening her partnership and cooperation with the Republic of Korea.” Speaking with The Korea Post at an interview at the Embassy of the Peru in the prosperous downtown district of Jung-gu in Seoul on July 21, 2021, Ambassador Matute-Mejia reminded, “Even during the Corona Pandemic period last year, our exports to Korea amounted to US$2.25 billion and imports from Korea to US$4.7 billion.” Ambassador Matute-Mejia is considered among Koreans as one of the most friendly foreign envoys to Korea. He obviously enjoys his tour of duty in Korea and has even developed a taste for Korean food and beverage. Ambassador Matutue-Mejia is known to frequently visit genuine Korean restaurants and relish some of the widely known dishes such as Samgyeopsal (pork belly) luncheon, which is a favorite dish for many Koreans, including some gourmet National Assembly members.


Tender on new reactor in Dukovany NPP, Czechia, is just before the start

The project of a new reactor at the Dukovany nuclear power plant is just before the start. On September 27 this year, President Miloš Zeman of the Czech Republic signed a law, which is sometimes referred to as “Lex Dukovany“ that has an important role in the whole process. This law regulates the conditions for the purchase of electricity from the newly built power plant, and most importantly, ensures that only companies that have acceded to the international agreement on government contracts of 1996 will be able to participate in the tender.
This means that only Korean KHNP, French EDF and American Westinghouse can participate. For security reasons, participants from Russia and China are excluded from the tender. Last week, the Minister of Industry and Trade, Karel Havlíček, also announced that the tender could be announced by the end of this year. It is now dependent mainly on the evaluation of safety questionnaires, which had to be submitted by all three companies that want to participate in the tender.

Hyundai Steel develops new technology re-using wastewater sludge from semiconductor

Hyundai Steel has developed a new technology that can reuse wastewater sludge coming from the semiconductor manufacturing process as an auxiliary material for the steelmaking process. In the steelmaking process of steel mills, fluorite is used to more easily remove impurities (sulfur, phosphorus) in molten iron. This is the result of a study focused on the fact that the main components (calcium fluoride, 50 to 60% of CaF2) contained in semiconductor wastewater sludge are similar to fluorite. Hyundai Steel, Samsung Electronics and POS Ceramics (recycling company) signed a technology agreement on wastewater sludge recycling in August 2020, and through joint R&D, they produced 30 tons of fluorspar substitutes at Hyundai Steel’s Dangjin Works in April. It was used successfully in the production of steel products.



KBS (http://world.kbs.co.kr/service)

JCS: N. Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile into East Sea

The Joint Chiefs of Staff(JCS) said that North Korea fired one unidentified projectile into the East Sea on Tuesday morning. The JCS said the North fired the projectile from an inland area eastward at around 6:40 a.m. It added that intelligence authorities of South Korea and the United States are analyzing the launch. The JCS said the South Korean military is closely monitoring the situation while maintaining close cooperation with the U.S. as well as a readiness posture. The launch comes 13 days after the North test-fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the East Sea from a train. According to Japan's state broadcaster NHK, the Japanese government said the North fired what appeared to be a ballistic missile. The JCS did not specify that the projectile is a ballistic missile.


S. Korean Court Orders Mitsubishi Asset Sale in Wartime Forced Labor Case

A local court has ordered the sale of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ assets in the country to enforce an earlier ruling that the firm compensate South Korean victims of Japan’s wartime forced labor. According to legal circles on Monday, the Daejeon District Court ordered the sale of trademark rights and patent rights of the Japanese firm in the country, accepting the request by two plaintiffs in their 90s. The order comes after the Supreme Court dismissed earlier this month an appeal from the Japanese company of a court order to seize its patent rights and trademark rights registered in South Korea. Under the order, two patent rights and two trademark rights are subject to sale. The plaintiffs will reportedly secure over 200 million won per person if the assets are actually liquidated.


COVID-19 Shock Pulls down Korea’s Potential Growth Rate

Koreans are celebrating the Chuseok harvest holiday for the second time in the COVID-19 pandemic. When the pandemic began early last year, people didn’t really expect that it would last so long. How severely has the prolonged pandemic impacted the growth momentum of the Korean economy? The answer can be found in the Bank of Korea’s report titled “Re-estimation of Korea’s Potential Growth Rate in Consideration of COVID-19.” Released on September 13, the report says that the pandemic has heavily affected the employment situation and productivity in South Korea. Korea’s potential growth rate has already been on the decline due to the chronic low birthrate and an aging population. With the shock of the COVID-19 pandemic added, the country’s economic fundamentals are feared to weaken further.



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

N. Korea fires 1 unidentified projectile: JCS

North Korea fired one unidentified projectile into the East Sea on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, just days after Pyongyang held out the prospect of an inter-Korean summit if the South drops "double standards." The projectile was fired from an inland area eastward at around 6:40 a.m., the JCS said, adding that the South Korean and the U.S. intelligence authorities are analyzing the launch for additional information. It did not specify if the projectile is a ballistic missile. "Our military is closely monitoring the related moves in coordination with the U.S. and maintaining a readiness posture in preparation for additional launches," the JCS said in a release.


Vice FM Choi stresses 'survivor-oriented' approach to sexual violence in conflict

Second Vice Foreign Minister Choi Jong-moon has stressed the importance of a "survivor-oriented" approach to addressing sexual violence in conflict, reiterating South Korea's steadfast commitment to tackling the issue, the foreign ministry said Tuesday. Choi made the remarks during Monday's virtual event, titled "Reparations for Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Status and Prospects," on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly. The Global Survivors Fund, established in October 2019 to support survivors of sexual crimes in conflict around the globe, organized the event, with its members -- South Korea, Britain, Japan and France -- jointly leading the event.


Pregnant women, younger children to get jabs from mid-October; booster shots eyed for elders, healthcare workers

South Korea will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to pregnant women and younger children starting Oct. 18 as part of its efforts to inoculate more people amid little signs of letup in the fourth wave of the pandemic, health authorities said Monday. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) announced the list of fourth-quarter vaccine recipients to achieve its goal of inoculating more than 80 percent of the country's adults by end of October and achieve herd immunity by November. The country's vaccination campaign started Feb. 26 with some virus-vulnerable groups and front-line medical workers being prioritized for inoculations.



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

Cheong Wa Dae shows cautious optimism over North Korea’s overture

South Korea’s presidential office on Monday appeared to be cautiously optimistic about a conciliatory overture from North Korea over the weekend, saying the reclusive regime had shown renewed eagerness for dialogue. On Saturday, Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, said the two Koreas could discuss improvements to their long-strained ties if mutual trust is restored. She went on to say that North Korea would consider holding a summit meeting and declaring an official end to the Korean War “if conditions were met.” We see the statement itself as a positive one but caution remains,” President Moon Jae-in’s senior secretary for communications, Park Soo-hyun, said in a radio interview with CBS on Monday.


NK slams US as ‘most heinous human rights abuser’

North Korea dismissed the US as the “most heinous human rights abuser” for using its human rights agenda to put pressure on other countries and interfere in their internal affairs, its state media said Monday. The Korea Central News Agency published an article written by Kim Jin-hui, a researcher with the Institute of International Studies of the DPRK, accusing the US of interfering in the sovereignty of countries such as Cuba, Venezuela and Syria, crippling their economic development, in the name of human rights. DPRK stands for the North’s official name, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. “‘Human rights’ touted by the US are nothing but a trick to easily realize its wild ambition for dominating the world,” the report said.


Ruling, opposition parties struggle to reach agreement over ‘fake news’ law

Ruling and opposition parties failed to agree on the revision of the Act on Press Arbitration on Monday, postponing the plenary session scheduled for Monday to the next day. Yun Ho-jung, floor leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, and his counterpart Kim Gi-hyeon from the People Power Party met at around 10 a.m. to discuss the controversial “fake news” law. The meeting presided over by Speaker Park Byeong-seug lasted for several hours but the floor leaders failed to narrow differences. After the meeting, Yoon told reporters that, “The plenary session scheduled for today will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow,” adding, “We will meet with Speaker Park again at 11 a.m.” Over the last month, the two parties have discussed the agenda 11 times, but failed to narrow their differences.



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

North Korea fires 1 unidentified projectile: Joint Chiefs of Staff

North Korea fired one unidentified projectile into the East Sea on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, just days after Pyongyang held out the prospect of an inter-Korean summit if the South drops "double standards." The projectile was fired from an inland area eastward at around 6:40 a.m., the JCS said, adding that the South Korean and the U.S. intelligence authorities are analyzing the launch for additional information. It did not specify if the projectile is a ballistic missile. "Our military is closely monitoring the related moves in coordination with the U.S. and maintaining a readiness posture in preparation for additional launches," the JCS said in a release.


Korea set to delay taxation on gains from crypto trading

The ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) has reached a consensus to delay imposing taxes on gains from cryptocurrency transactions, in a move to play to its voter base ― mostly those in their 20s and 30s who have invested heavily in the digital asset ― ahead of the presidential election next year. The Ministry of Economy and Finance is expected to protest the party platform on the grounds of it defeating policy consistency. Yet the politically charged push is backed by the unified stance of ruling party lawmakers, whose popularity is rapidly declining due to a series of government policy failures notably concerning real estate. "The DPK reached a broad consensus in terms of delaying the timing of the taxation of cryptocurrency transactions for another year than earlier planned," a DPK source told The Korea Times.


SK Innovation, Ford to invest 13 trillion won to build three US battery plants

South Korean battery maker SK Innovation Co. and American automaker Ford said Tuesday they will invest 13 trillion won ($11 billion) to build three electric vehicle batteries in the United States by 2025. A joint venture between the two companies, called BluOvalSK, will build an assembly and battery complex in Tennessee, and two additional battery factories in Kentucky, which will be the single largest investment in Ford's 118-year history, the two companies said in a statement. The three factories will have a combined production capacity of 129 gigawatt-hours (GWh), enough to supply 2.15 million EVs a year. SK Innovation will invest 5.1 trillion won over the next five years, while Ford will cover the rest.



Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
Breakthrough Infections Rise Among Elderly

Breakthrough coronavirus infections are rising among the vaccinated elderly, raising calls for booster shots as vaccines lose their efficacy faster than expected. According to health authorities on Sunday, daily infections among people over 70 have been tallied in the double and triple figures. Their number spiked to 842 in the fourth week of September. In another group of 723 patients in their 70s who tested positive over the past two weeks, 524 of were fully vaccinated. Jeong Eun-kyeong, the chief of the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency, said, "Immunity is formed more slowly and weakens faster among the elderly than among younger generations." Inoculations for people over 75 began in April, so they now lie almost six months back. "We need to increase immunity by giving booster shots to high-risk elderly groups in nursing homes," Jeong added.


N.Korea Says Peace Talks Possible If It's Given 'Respect'

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister Yo-jong last Saturday said peace talks between the two Koreas are possible provided the North is treated with respect. She was responding to President Moon Jae-in's proposal at the UN General Assembly earlier in the week to declare a formal end to the Korean War. "I think that only when impartiality and the attitude of respecting each other are maintained, can there be smooth understanding between the North and the South," said Kim Yo-jong, who often acts as her brother's attack dog. Talks could help solve issues like "the re-establishment of the North-South joint liaison office and the North-South summit, to say nothing of the timely declaration of the significant termination of the war," she added according to the official [North] Korean Central News Agency.


Court Orders Sales of Mitsubishi Assets in Forced Labor Case

A Korean court has ordered the sale of assets owned by Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Korea to compensate wartime forced laborers. The assets had already been frozen after Mitsubishi refused to pay them the compensation. The ruling is potentially explosive as Japan has already slapped sanctions on Korea over the case. The Daejeon District Court sided with plaintiffs Yang Geum-deok (92) and Kim Sung-joo (92) on Monday and ordered the sale of the brand and copyrights owned by Mitsubishi in Korea. If the company does not appeal the ruling immediately, a court-appointed official will order the sale of the assets to compensate the victims. Two brand rights held by Mitsubishi that Yang filed for seizure of and two copyrights Kim had sought will be sold off. The court earlier ordered Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to pay the victims W209.7 million each (US$1=W1,180).



HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)
Kim Yo-jong signals possibility of inter-Korean summit

The Korean Peninsula’s political clock is set to start ticking again after coming to an effective halt in the wake of the collapse of the North Korea-US summit in Hanoi in February 2019.
North Korea responded with unprecedented speed and enthusiasm to South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s repeated references to a possible declaration to end the Korean War in a UN General Assembly speech on Tuesday. On Saturday evening, Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) Central Committee Vice Department Director Kim Yo-jong published a statement through the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). I think that only when impartiality and the attitude of respecting each other are maintained [. . .] can several issues for improving the relations [including] the north-south summit [. . .] see meaningful and successful solution one by one at an early date through constructive discussions,” she wrote.


Opposition lawmaker leaves party over son’s 5 billion won severance

A new wrinkle has emerged in the Hwacheon Daeyu scandal after revelations that the son of People Power Party (PPP) lawmaker Kwak Sang-do received a huge severance payout of 5 billion won (US$4.2 million) from the asset management company, which is responsible for real estate development in the Daejang neighborhood of Bundang in Gyeonggi Province. While allegations had previously centered on development benefits to Gyeonggi Province governor and leading presidential contender Lee Jae-myung, the scandal is now implicating opposition party figures in an alleged buffet of profit sharing. With additional allegations that Kwak requested that the company hire his son, the lawmaker left the PPP on Sunday.


What’s stopping the UN from acting?

Jair Bolsonaro gave a speech at the UN General Assembly this month. It was full of the usual misstatements and exaggerations for which the Brazilian leader has become notorious. But the most noteworthy part of the speech had nothing to do with its contents. It was Bolsonaro’s refusal to take a COVID-19 vaccine, despite New York City regulations on public gatherings and the UN’s urging of all world leaders to do so. The planet faces enormous threats at the moment. The pandemic is still raging throughout the world. Climate change is an immediate risk. Wars continue to devastate Yemen, Ethiopia, and Syria. Given these crises, the United Nations is needed more than ever. And yet the body cannot compel Jair Bolsonaro to get vaccinated or risk the fallout of preventing him from speaking to the General Assembly.



The Dong-A Ilbo (http://english.donga.com/)

Taliban ban barbers from trimming beards in Afghanistan province

The Taliban, which have taken power after 20 years of conflict, are ordering locals to follow strict rules, banning barbers from trimming beards, a rule imposed in the past (1996-2001) before it was removed from power. According to BBC on Sunday, the Taliban banned hairdressers in Afghanistan’s Helmand province from shaving beards, saying it breaches Sharia law. A hairdresser running a large salon in Kabul said a government official instructed him to “stop following American styles” while warning him to follow Sharia law for beards. Another hairdresser in Kabul said the Taliban said they can send undercover inspectors to crack down on them. A notice has been posted at a barber shop in Helmand that read, “No one has a right to complain.” The Taliban warned that anyone who violates the rules will be punished, BBC reported.


Seoul calls for restoration of communication hotline with Pyongyang

The South Korean presidential office Cheong Wa Dae announced Monday to restore the communication hotline that was cut off by North Korea last month in a bid to improve bilateral relations. It was Seoul’s call for having its precondition met first before renewing the inter-Korean dialogue by restoring the hotline, but the North didn’t respond to the South’s attempt at a dialogue on Monday morning. Pyongyang’s answer to the call for the restoration might serve as a barometer on whether the regime is willing to mend the fence with the South,” said Park Soo-hyeon, the senior presidential secretary for public communication. “The minimum scenario for rapprochement would be to have the North respond to the unification ministry’s proposal and open up the first phase of negotiation by pushing for conversations through various channels.”


Quad leaders call for Pyongyang to engage in talks

Leaders of four Quad countries called North Korea to return to the negotiation table on Friday (local time). They also boasted their solidarity as a body to keep China in check by reconfirming the promise to create free and open Indo-Pacific.” We urge North Korea to abide by its U.N. obligations, refrain from provocations. We also call on North Korea to engage in substantive dialogue,” U.S. President Joe Biden said after meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House. “We reaffirm our commitment to the complete denuclearization of North Korea in accordance with United Nations Security Council resolutions.”



The KyungHyangShinmun (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
Voter Support for Presidential Candidates: Lee Jae-myung 30.0%, Yoon Seok-youl 27.1%, Hong Joon-pyo 16.6%, Lee Nak-yon 12.5%

Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung of the Democratic Party of Korea came out on top in a survey by the Korea Society Opinion Institute (KSOI) on future presidential candidates. Lee was supported by 30.0% of the respondents, and former prosecutor general Yoon Seok-youl was right behind him with 27.1% of support. In a survey by the same institute on the fourth week of August, Yoon was ahead in the race, but Governor Lee managed to attract 6.4% more support, overtaking Yoon for the lead within the margin of error. TBS commissioned the latest survey, which KSOI conducted on September 24-25 asking 1,006 adults nationwide which future presidential candidate was appropriate for the job. Lee obtained the support of 30.0% of the respondents, while Yoon managed to gather 27.1% of support. Support for Lee rose by 6.4% from the previous week, while support for Yoon dropped 1.7%. People Power Party lawmaker Hong Joon-pyo came in third. Support for Hong increased 1.2% from the previous week to 16.6%. Former Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yon lost 1.2% of support, recording 12.5%.


Ahn Cheol-soo Attacks Both the Ruling and Opposition Parties on Daejang-dong Allegations

On September 27, People’s Party leader Ahn Cheol-soo launched attacks on both the ruling and opposition parties for their involvement in the alleged corruption in connection to Daejang-dong. Ahn pressed the Democratic Party of Korea to undergo an investigation by a special prosecutor and argued that the People Power Party should report its own involvement instead of trying to resolve the problem by cutting it off at the tail. Ahn also suggested gathering a panel of citizens to seek measures against the latest problem, such as the dissolution of real estate cartels. This day, Ahn held an emergency meeting at the National Assembly and called the alleged favors surrounding Daejang-dong, the “Hwacheon Daeyu Daejang-dong-gate,” and said, “Regardless of party affiliations, politicians, businesspeople, local governments, members of the press, and people in the legal circle have all come together to form a cartel of privileges.


Twenty and Thirty-Somethings Clung to Apartments and Purchased 4 of 10 Apartments Sold in Seoul This Year

Four out of ten apartments sold in Seoul from January to July this year was purchased by twenty and thirty-somethings. The panic buying of young people continued, despite that housing prices have peaked. According to the monthly apartment sales figures released by the Korea Real Estate Board on September 23, a total of 34,045 apartments were sold in Seoul from January-July this year (based on the date the sales were reported). Among these deals, 36.9% (12,550 cases) of the apartments were purchased by people in their thirties, the age group that bought the greatest number of apartments. When we add the apartments purchased by people under thirty (5.0%), the twenty and thirty-somethings accounted for 41.9% of the sales. The number of apartments purchased by people under forty is increasing at a steep rate every year. They purchased 31.8% of the apartments sold in 2019 and 37.4% in 2020. They were followed by people in their forties with 26.2%, fifties with 15.5%, sixties 8.8% and seventies and older 5.6%.




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

Seoul moves to mediate after Korean chipmakers fall under US pressure to share key data

The South Korean government moved to respond to the pressure Korean chip majors may face from the U.S. government to hand over sensitive data to check on their inventories and enhance transparency in the chip supply chain to resolve protracted chip shortages. On Friday, local time, the U.S. Department of Commerce requested global chip manufacturers for public comments on their product supply chain, including those on management data such as annual sales for the years of 2019, 2020, and 2021, orders, inventory, and customer information. It also asked companies to indicate technology nodes, semiconductor material types, and device types, as well as to list top three current customers and the estimated percentage of that product’s sales accounted for by each customer, according to its website.


SM Line to more than double US-bound container fleet through IPO proceeds

SM Line Corp. will use the proceeds from its initial public offering (IPO) planned for later in the year to add at least six carriers to its fleet on the U.S. route to specialize in sea transport to the world’s largest economy, said CEO Park Kee-hoon. Its investments would include adding ships to widen shipping service bound for Los Angeles and other destinations on the west coast of Americas as well as newly launching service to ports on America’s east coast, like New York and Boston, said Park during his recent interview with Maeil Business Newspaper. Through the additions, SM Line envisions to generate sales 90 percent from America bound shipping operations and the rest from Asia.


Samsung Elec’s income projected to be second highest and sales best for Q3

South Korea’s bellwether stock Samsung Electronics Co. is expected to deliver best quarterly sales and income close to its peak during the 2017-2018 super cycle in the third quarter. According to consensus complied by Korean financial data tracker FnGuide, Samsung Electronics is projected to have earned 15.68 trillion won ($13.3 billion) in operating income over sales of 73.12 trillion won for the third quarter ending Sept. 30. The results would be 24.8 percent and 14.9 percent, respectively, higher from the previous quarter, and 27.5 percent and 10.8 percent up from a year ago. Samsung Electronics reports third-quarter earnings guidance next week.



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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.cn kf@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.com lithuania@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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