Headline, September 29, 2021
Headline, September 29, 2021
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Wednesday, September 29, 2021


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


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

Ambassador Matute-Mejia of Peru cited for hard work put in for Special Report on Peru

On the morning of Sept. 28, 2021, the editorial team of The Korea Post media visited the Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Seoul for the presentation of Plaque of Citation to Ambassador Daul Matute-Mejia of Peru for the unreserved efforts and contributions made to the successful publication of an extensive Special Report on Peru and bilateral relations, cooperation and friendship with Korea. The special report was published on the occasion of the Independence Day of Peru on July 28. (See related stories and pictures on Peru and Korea-Peru relations, cooperation and friednship at   http://www.koreapost.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=24102 [English] and http://www.koreapost.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=24135 [Korean].). Ambassador Matutue-Mejia is considered a very ‘Korea-friendly’ ambassador in Korea for his unreserved interest in the Korean culture as well as bilateral cooperation in the economic and various other fields. In particular, Ambassador Matute-Mejia is known as a ‘lover of Korean food and beverage’ and often treats his friends at the Korean restaurants near the Embassy in Seoul.


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.


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

N. Korea Convenes SPA Session, Discusses Domestic Legislation

North Korea has convened its rubber-stamp parliament for the second time this year to discuss legislative issues regarding its youth and economy. According to the North’s Korean Central News Agency(KCNA) on Wednesday, the opening-day session of the fifth meeting of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly(SPA) was held at the Mansudae Assembly Hall in Pyongyang on Tuesday. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was absent with no messages to South Korea or other countries announced yet. Choe Ryong-hae, president of the Presidium of the SPA, and Premier Kim Tok-hun attended the meeting. The opening session focused on domestic issues, rather than international affairs, and discussed the pre-planned passages of bills on youth education and changes to the national economic plan.


S. Korea Stresses Talks after Japan Protests Court Order to Sell Mitsubishi Assets

Seoul urged Tokyo to respond to calls for dialogue over Japan’s wartime forced labor issue after Japan expressed its regret over a South Korean court order for the the sale of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ assets. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Choi Young-sam made the remarks in a media briefing on Tuesday when questioned on the matter. Choi said the South Korean government is open to any proposal regarding a reasonable and realistic solution and expects Japan to come to dialogue and show sincerity to explore fundamental solutions that victims can consent to. He also refuted Tokyo’s claim that war-related recompense issues have all been settled through the 1965 normalization treaty, saying the claim is unilateral and arbitrary and does not correspond to facts.


S. Korea Mulls Issuing Vaccine Pass to Scale Back Restrictions

Health Minister Kwon Deok-cheol said on Tuesday that the government will consider issuing a vaccination certificate as part of planned easing of COVID-19 quarantine and distancing rules. Speaking at a forum, Kwon addressed the need to ease distancing amid thinning public patience over protracted restrictions and said the government is mulling on possibly scaling back requirements for those who are fully vaccinated, in regards to private gatherings and distancing at multi-use facilities.  He cited Germany's example of issuing a digital vaccination pass that allows fully vaccinated people as well as those who fully recovered from or tested negative for the virus to use facilities, adding he thinks similar measures need to be introduced in South Korea.



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

N. Korea says it tested newly developed hypersonic missile

North Korea said Wednesday it conducted the first test-launch of a newly developed hypersonic missile a day earlier that has "strategic significance" in bolstering its self-defense capabilities. The North's Academy of Defence Science test-fired the Hwasong-8 missile from Toyang-ri, Ryongrim County of Jagang Province, and "ascertained the stability of the engine as well as of missile fuel ampoule that has been introduced for the first time," the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said. The fuel "ampoule" appears to be referring to a container of liquid fuel, which would reduce the preparation time for a missile launch and make the weapon ready for use almost as fast as a solid-fuel missile, compared with conventional missiles that need fuel injection before firing. The KCNA did not mention whether the weapon is a ballistic missile, but experts said it appears be a ballistic missile using liquid fuel as indicated by its name, Hwasong. North Korea is banned from ballistic technology under U.N. sanctions.


S. Korea begins countermeasure against Britain's steel safeguard

South Korea has started the process for countering Britain's extension of safeguard measures against its steel exports, the trade ministry said Wednesday. In July, Britain extended its safeguard measures against steel imports from South Korea for another three years together with the European Union. South Korea and Britain have been in talks to resolve the dispute, but they have failed to iron out differences, prompting Seoul to move to seek a countermeasure. The ministry said Seoul has recently notified the World Trade Organization that it could suspend concessions to Britain as a counter to London's extension of the safeguard measures. A suspension of concessions means that South Korea could impose tariffs on imports from Britain, which correspond to the value of damage caused by the safeguard extension.


N.K. convenes Supreme People's Assembly meeting without leader Kim, message toward S. Korea

North Korea opened a session of its rubber-stamp legislature without leader Kim Jong-un in attendance and dealt with economic and other domestic issues without issuing any message to South Korea or the United States, according to state media Wednesday. The Supreme People's Assembly (SPA) meeting held Tuesday drew attention as it came just days after the sister of leader Kim Jong-un issued a conciliatory message to South Korea, including the prospect of an inter-Korean summit, if Seoul drops its "double standards." The session also came shortly after the North test-fired a newly developed missile earlier Tuesday. Observers had said the North could use the SPA session to issue a message to the South or the U.S. But the opening day meeting focused on domestic matters, such as adopting laws on youth education and modifications to the national economic plan, according to the official Korean Central News Agency.



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

NK fires missile as it slams US of hostility

North Korea fired a short-range missile into the East Sea on Tuesday, the South’s military said, just as Pyongyang’s UN envoy defended the country’s right to test weapons and called on the US to drop its “hostile policy” toward the reclusive regime. South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the North fired one “unidentified projectile” at around 6:40 a.m. into the sea off its east coast from the country’s northern Jagang Province near the border with China. It did not provide specifics of the launch as of press time -- including if it was a ballistic missile or distance flown -- but the Japanese government said the projectile appears to have been a ballistic missile.


Seoul refrains from calling Pyongyang’s missile launch ‘provocation’

South Korea’s National Security Council on Tuesday expressed “regret” over North Korea’s new ballistic missile launch, but refrained from calling the latest missile test a “provocation.” Earlier in the day, North Korea test-fired a short-range ballistic missile toward the East Sea, Seoul's military said, with more flight data still under analysis. The launch came after a test earlier this month of two short-range ballistic missiles from a train. NSC members expressed regret over the launch that came at a time when the stabilization of the Korean Peninsula security situation is very important,” Cheong Wa Dae spokesperson Park Kyung-mee said in a brief statement.


Seoul may raise chip disclosure issue with Washington: minister

South Korea may bring the US’ request for data disclosures by local chipmakers up for discussion at a working-level bilateral dialogue, South Korean Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy Moon Sung-wook said Tuesday, amid growing unease here over the impact of the US’ strategic interest in the chip industry. The industry is taking this very sensitively, so the government would discuss the matter (with the US side), if needed, to verify,” the minister told The Korea Herald, adding that a meeting is planned to follow up on the South Korea-US summit held in May. “I can’t tell you when, but we’ll deliver the voices from the industry. The talks would begin from the working level and go up,” he said after attending a meeting with chip industry executives at a hotel in Seoul.



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

Will inter-Korean summit affect presidential election?

North Korea's "unexpected" overture for talks, including a possible inter-Korean summit, is prompting speculation that another period of detente on the Korean Peninsula could be emerging that may have an influence on next year's presidential election here. Given that rapprochement between South and North Korea has historically favored the liberal bloc in elections, conservatives have already stepped up their criticism of the government and the North Korean regime for trying to work the political event to their advantage. President Moon Jae-in proposed declaring a formal end to the 1950-53 Korean War in his speech at the United Nations last week, and Kim Yo-jong, the influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, responded positively, Saturday, further hinting at the two countries holding another summit between their leaders.


North Korea says it tested newly developed hypersonic missile

North Korea said Wednesday it conducted the first test-launch of a newly developed hypersonic missile a day earlier that has "strategic significance" in bolstering its self-defense capabilities. The North's Academy of Defence Science test-fired the Hwasong-8 missile from Toyang-ri, Ryongrim County of Jagang Province, and "ascertained the stability of the engine as well as of missile fuel ampoule that has been introduced for the first time," the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said. The fuel "ampoule" appears to be referring to a container of liquid fuel, which would reduce the preparation time for a missile launch and make the weapon ready for use almost as fast as a solid-fuel missile, compared with conventional missiles that need fuel injection before firing.


Government urged to face reality in economic forecast

The Korean government will continue to lose credibility regarding its economic policies unless it drops a "dogmatic attitude" towards the market and listens to realistic voices from experts. No one would refute that public fury is reaching its peak over some controversies regarding economic policy drives by Cheong Wa Dae and the government's economic teams as the year-end approaches and the presidential election draws closer. The Moon Jae-in administration has less than a year left in office, but its rather rosy outlook for the country's economic growth is taking criticism from the public.



Chosun Ilbo (http://english.chosun.com)
S.Korea to Chair IAEA Board of Governors

South Korea was elected chair of the International Atomic Energy Agency's Board of Governors at a meeting in Vienna on Monday. This is the first time for the country to chair the nuclear watchdog since it joined in 1957. The board inspects and verifies compliance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, often focusing on countries like North Korea and Iran that have a history of flagrant disregard. It consists of 35 of the IAEA's 173 member states and is one of two policy-making bodies along with the annual General Conference. "Korea has been recognized for its proactive contribution to IAEA activities for the peaceful use of nuclear energy as a leading nation in the non-proliferation field," a Foreign Ministry spokesman here said. It is also the world's 11th largest contributor to the IAEA fund.


370,000 Children Own Samsung Shares

Some 370,000 minors nominally own shares in Samsung Electronics as their parents try to dodge the tax man or lay in a nest egg. According to data from the Korea Securities Depository last week, 370,139 minors accounted for 7.3 percent of the company's 5.04 million minority shareholders as of late June, up 1.4 percentage points from late 2020 and a four-fold increase from 2017. The proportion of minors who own shares in other blue-chip Korean stocks surged as well. Of the 11 top companies whose minority shareholder numbers were available by age group, 10 saw the proportion of minors increase, except for NCsoft. Samsung Electronics and Hybe saw the biggest increase of 1.4 percentage points, but NCsoft's edged down 0.1 percentage points on-year to 1.8 percent. "It's a positive trend to see parents seeking to teach their children about investments," said People Power Party lawmaker Yoon Doo-hyun. "But we need to have access to accurate information when they're shunting their assets to their kids" to save taxes.


Hyundai's Casper Mini SUV Proves Runaway Success

Hyundai's new subcompact SUV Casper is on the track to become a mega hit as pre-orders have set a record in the first 10 days. Hyundai sold 18,940 Caspers on the first day of pre-orders on Sept. 14, a record for the carmaker's combustion-engine cars and way more than this year's entire production target of 12,000 cars for the SUV. Pre-orders reached about 25,000 as of Sept. 23. The Casper is made by Gwangju Global Motors, a joint venture between Hyundai and the city of Gwangju. Eighty percent of workers at GGM, which was launched in April, are in their 20s and 30s, and they are paid W35 million a year, which is half what their peers at Hyundai proper earn (US$1=W1,180).




HanKyoReh Shinmun (http://english.hani.co.kr)
AUKUS adds another nuclear layer to arms race in Asia-Pacific

An arms race is heating up in the Indo-Pacific region amid the double whammy of a strategic competition between the US and China and North Korea’s completion of its nuclear armament. It’s the beginning of a vicious cycle where one side’s increased armament leads to a response from the other. Yet with the countries involved feeling deep mutual distrust amid the vast geopolitical upheaval of the “new Cold War,” there are also few signs of anything that might turn that tide. On Sept. 15, there were three back-to-back developments that demonstrated just how serious the situation is in the region.


S. Korea to chair IAEA for first time

Korea was elected chair of the board of governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Monday, a first since the nation joined the body 64 years ago. In a press release the same day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, "Korea was unanimously elected chair of the IAEA Board of Governors on Sept. 27 at the board meeting in Vienna, Austria." With this, the country will lead the board for the first time since joining the organization in 1957, with its one-year term set to expire in September next year. Serving in the position will be Shin Chae-hyun, the South Korean ambassador to Austria and the UN international organizations in Vienna.


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.



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

North Korea fires short-range missile into East Sea

North Korea fired a short-range missile on Tuesday, three days after Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said North Korea would consider having an inter-Korean summit if South Korea stopped calling North Korea’s missile launch a provocation. The South Korean presidential office Cheong Wa Dae expressed “regret” over the missile launch unlike 13 days ago when it called North Korea’s ballistic missiles fired from a train a “provocation.” Twenty minutes after the missile launch, North Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations Kim Song demanded that the U.S. permanently end joint military exercises with South Korea and the deployment of its strategic weapons during his address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York.


SK Innovation, Ford to build new battery factories in U.S.

Ford and SK Innovation are investing $11.4 billion to build the largest assembly and battery complex in the U.S. It is the largest investment in the 118-year history of the No. 2 U.S. automaker, which is the world’s first company to create mass production system for automobiles. When the investment is completed, SK Innovation will become the biggest battery producer in the U.S. In Tennessee and Kentucky on Tuesday (local time), the two companies held events to announce their plan inject $11.4 billion to build new electric vehicle assembly and battery production complexes in the U.S. The two companies are planning to build three battery plants through a joint venture called BlueOvalSK. Separately, Ford will build an electric vehicle assembly plant.


Homicides rose nearly 30% in America last year

The Washington Post reported that the increase rate of homicide in America peaked at 29.4% in 2020, the highest since the statistics began to be compiled in the 1960s. Quoting the FBI data, The Washington Post said the number of homicidal crimes in America (including manslaughters) jumped by 29.4% year-on-year in 2020. Homicides involving guns rose by 30.9%. In Houston alone, gun homicides soared 55% from 221 to 343 cases from 2019 to 2020. Some analyze that COVID-19 is a factor at play. ““Having an environment in which there are slightly fewer cops,” said Daniel Webster, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research.



The KyungHyangShinmun (http://english.khan.co.kr/)
My Fault as a Father who Failed to Raise His Child Properly” Chang Je-won Steps down from Yoon Seok-youl’s Election Campaign

On September 28, People Power Party lawmaker Chang Je-won apologized for his son, Chang Yong-jun, also known as the rapper Noel, who assaulted a police officer, and said, “I deeply regret my fault as a father who failed to raise his child properly, and I will take time to reflect on myself.” He also announced that he was stepping down as head of former prosecutor general Yoon Seok-youl’s presidential campaign. This morning, Chang uploaded a post on social media and wrote, “It was hard to bear it for even a single minute. I am ashamed to face the public and I have no way to express how sorry I am to Yoon Seok-youl. My wife has been staying up all night in tears; my mother is unable to eat properly; and our family is in shambles.” Chang further said, “I spent sleepless nights due to my position, because I could not determine my future actions without the approval of the candidate,” and added, “I am ashamed and sorry, but I will step down as chief of the election campaign without the candidate’s approval.


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%.


Lee Jun-seok Says, “The Party Will Discuss Expulsion if Kwak Sang-do Does Not Give up His Parliamentary Seat” after His Son Received 5 Billion Won in Retirement Pay

On September 28, People Power Party leader Lee Jun-seok spoke on the future of lawmaker Kwak Sang-do, who left the party after news got out that his son received 5 billion won in retirement pay from Hwacheon Daeyu, and said, “If he does not decide to resign his seat in the National Assembly, there will be discussions on parliamentary ethics committee procedures or expulsion.” This day, Lee sat for an interview on the YTN radio show, Hwang Bo-seon’s Start a New Morning and said, “Even if Kwak is a lawmaker from our party, we will make sure that the party responds very strictly when it comes to his future.” He added, “The lawmakers on the floor are ready to cooperate at a level that meets the people’s demands, when it comes to this issue.” When the host of the show asked if Lee thought it was right for Kwak to voluntarily step down from the National Assembly before any attempt was made to expel the lawmaker, Lee answered, “Of course. I think right now that is what the public wants.”




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

SK Innovation ups capex in battery JV with Ford to $4.45 billion

SK Innovation Co. has approved a 5.1 trillion won ($4.45 billion) spending on an electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant in the United States through BlueOvalSK, its joint venture with American automotive giant Ford Motor Co. The capex has been bumped up from 3 trillion won proposed in May upon announcing its joint venture agreement with Ford. SK Innovation disclosed Tuesday that the scheme passed the board meeting on Monday. On Tuesday, shares of SK Innovation gained 3.78 percent to close at 261,000 won in Seoul. The budget would be spent incrementally from October 2021 to December 2027. The increase in investment comes after Ford decided to double its EV battery supply from SK Innovation for its electric pickups and other cars.


S. Korea’s DL Chemical to acquire U.S. Kraton for $1.6 bn

DL Chemical Co., the world’s largest producer of polybutene and a subsidiary of South Korea’s DL Holdings Co., will acquire a full stake in U.S. chemicals company Kraton Corp. for $1.6 billion, a deal that will cement the Korean chemical company’s leading position in the global petrochemical industry. L Chemical under former Daelim Industrial Co. said on Tuesday that its board on Monday decided to buy a 100 percent stake in Kraton for $1.6 billion in an all-cash transaction. Under the terms, Kraton stockholders will receive $46.5 in cash for each share of Kraton common stock they own. The Korean company will pay the acquisition with its own cash and loans from financial institutions with an aim to complete the acquisition in the first half of next year.


Seoul prepares the country to incremental "living with Covid-19” mode

South Korea reaffirmed that quarantine response will be shifted to a “living with Covid-19” mode starting late October or early November to normalize everyday lives. In a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, President Moon Jae-in said “we cannot put off normalization forever” even as the daily infection courts reach new heights in four-digit numbers due to hardship on small merchants and self-employed. During a forum organized by the Korea Broadcasting Journalists Club in Seoul on Tuesday, Health Minister Kwon Deok-cheol echoed that the government cannot go on enforcing current rigorous social distancing measures. The government plans to draw up a roadmap to incrementally normalize lives after coordination with experts.



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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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