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* Date : 2013-08-09

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Young application developers fulfill the creative economy!
Application developers are becoming more active with the increasing popularity of smart phones and mobile devices.
The Korea Copyright Commission based on 'Research of the 2012 copy right violation and distribution cases by smart phone devices' estimated the size of the current domestic application market at 403-billion won which is a 94-percent jump from 207-billion won in 2011.
Young application developers are taking advantage of this booming market through application venture companies... what is driving the application market?
We met with these entrepreneurs to contemplate on the present and the future of the application industry.
The Korea Communications Commission holds theto select the best application of the month with the winner walking away with numerous benefits.
We introduce the government measure that rewards and supports young venture capitalists...


Interview
The importance of 'science and technology' which forms the basis for the creative economy
Interviewee:President at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Moon Kil-Choo
The Park Geun-hye administration has acknowledged that science and technology is the driving force for the 'creative economy'.
On July 8th the government announced the 'Third science and technology framework' with the hope of achieving economic growth and new jobs through investments in science and technology.
The government vision for this year lies in a 5-year investment plan until 2017 of 92-trillion won in R&D with the hope of achieving US$ 30-thousand in per capita national income and create 640-thousand new jobs.
The goal is to become part of the world's 7 science and technology power nation.
The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning announced the 'promotional plan for fundamental research' to be implemented over the next 5-years.
What is the significance and the importance of basic science for the Korean economy and the creative economy?
We highlight the importance based on success cases at home and abroad by talking with the President of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Moon Kil-Choo.


ICT
The Second Wave of Tablet PC War
The demand for tablet PCs has been skyrocketing following the launch of Apple's ipad in 2010.
Many electronics companies are taking advantage of the emerging market by coming up their version of tablet PCs.
With the 10-inches tablet PC doomed by early adaptors as being too heavy to carry, Apple has come up with the 7.85-inches thick mini ipad.
Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus, and Amazon Kindle Fire all followed suit reigniting the war between the 7-inches thick tablet PCs.
Dubbed as the dinosaur during the desktop PC era, Microsoft has also joined the competition with its window version tablet PC, Surface.
Korea's small and medium sized companies are targeting the mid-to-lower bracket consumers by introducing a cheaper tablet PC at 200-thousand won...
The tablet PC war is being led by fast changing leadership within the market.
We find out about the competitive edge of these tablet PC makers.




Hidden champions
CLIO, the world's first maker of rounded toothbrush bristles!
Small and medium sized company CLIO has specialized in making tooth brushes for the past 30-years to become a world renowned brand by standing shoulder to shoulder with large conglomerates!!
In 2010, the company succeeded in developing the world's first rounding technology of combined bristles in a toothbrush, which continued into production and sales.
The Korea Consumer Agency selected the children's toothbrush made by CLIO as the best in the market in terms of quality among similar products within the same price range....
We find out about CLIO's potential to grow into a company that exports to Asia and other regions including Europe and the United States which dominate the global toothbrush market.


North Korea
North Korea's Military Parade
July 27th is the day that marks 60-years since the armistice agreement that ended the Korean War, which North Koreans call "Victory Day in Fatherland Liberation War." North Korea celebrated the day by staging a major military parade at Kim Il-sung Square in Pyongyag with the supreme leader Kim Jong-un attending. The parade was the largest in size in history, garnering some 13,000 military forces. What is North Korean trying to prove? What kind of trining do military forces receive and what kind of hardships do soldiers go through in order to maintain unison during the march? A former defected female officer from North Korea shares her story about being discharged due to injuries from training. And North korean experts give insights on the parade that took place two weeks ago.


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