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S.Korean Firms Protest at Kaesong Closure

Source | 2016/02/14 | | Permalink

South Korean companies with factories in the Kaesong Industrial Complex have urged the government to reconsider a plan to shut the business park. Some of the 120 companies say they will go bankrupt if their operations are shut down.

The complex employs 54,763 North Koreans and some 3,000 South Koreans who are either based there or commute. Businesses produce US$515.5 million worth of products annually...More

Hyundai Trumps Super Bowl Ads

Source | 2016/02/14 | | Permalink

Hyundai's commercial for the new Genesis brand was the most popular at this year's National Football League finals on Sunday, according to Super Bowl Ad Meter results.

The commercial cost US$5 million per second, but major companies such as Amex, Budweiser, Nike, McDonald's, and Pepsi fork out huge sums to compete for the available slots...More

S.Korea to Shut Down Kaesong Industrial Complex

Source | 2016/02/14 | | Permalink

Seoul has decided to shut down the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in retaliation for North Korea's rocket launch Sunday and its recent nuclear test.

The closure of the industrial park just north of the border will cost the regime millions of dollars that it siphons off workers' salaries...More

Long-Lived Koreans Take Dim View of Their Own Health

Source | 2016/02/14 | | Permalink

Koreans take a dimmer view of their own health than any other people in the OECD, a survey suggests.

The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs compared life expectancy to subjective health self-assessment in the OECD in a report published last month...More

Meat-Heavy Diet Linked to Depression

Source | 2016/02/14 | | Permalink

A study shows that eating vegetables is better for beating the blues than wolfing down meat.

A team of researchers at Daedong Hospital in Busan and Seoul National University College of Medicine showed that Koreans who have a heavy meat diet like westerners tend to be more susceptible to depression...More

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