The TV personality Kim Mi-hwa has applied for permission from the Gyeonggi provincial government to set up an agony-aunt website for women and young people.
"I have been giving advice to women and youngsters through Twitter and want to create an online space where women and young people can communicate their concerns with expert mentors whom I got to know while hosting a radio show", Kim said.
"Since I live in Yongin, I had to do the administrative work through Gyeonggi Province".
She plans to launch the site next spring.
Source : english.chosun.com/si...
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