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* Date : 2013-08-23

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Improvement in distribution structure... reasonable price tag on food!
Korea's major supermarkets and department stores are introducing local food and produce through a 2-stage distribution method instead of the more complicated distribution structure that involved 4 to 5 stages.
It is part of a plan to consume locally provided fresh farm goods and food within the area.
The process involves selling produce that was picked on that day or the day before at local stores, which is beneficial for both the producers and consumers.

E-mart started to supply local produce into some of its branches since 2009, especially seafood and red meat as well as fruit and vegetables.
The recent trend goes in line with the Park Geun-hye administration's policy!
President Park Geun-hye underlined the importance of reform in the agricultural product distribution at the Yangjae Nonghyup Hanaro Market in March.
[Bizline] followed the new government's major economic policies and how they are affecting domestic companies as well as the market and the long term effect they will have on the overall Korean economy.


Interview
Evaluating Park Geun-hye administration's economic policies of the past 6-months
Interviewee:Sookmyung Women's University professor Shin Se-don + KDI School of Public Policy and Management Tony Michell
It has been 6 months since President Park Geun-hye's economic plan was implemented, beginning from the time she took office back in February 25.
The Park Geun-hye administration has put economic recovery as its priority among many agendas by focusing on economic measures.
The basis of the government policies include the "Creative Economy," economic democracy and improvement in the livelihood of ordinary people.
We look back on the progress of the government's economic policies over the past 6-months and highlight its results look for areas of improvement.
We evaluate the Park Geun-hye administration's economic policy and talk with experts to hear their opinions.


ICT
Smart administration through one-stop service with ICT technology!
With smarts phone users on the increase coupled with progress in ICT technology administrative application service is also changing.
The government portal site Civil Application Service 24 allows to print out copies of resident registration and tax payment certificates from PCs, saving a visit to the community center.
The service is also available on mobile devices.
Once downloaded, the Civil Application Service 24 application allows users to download report forms for moving-in notifications and lost resident registration cards, as well as university graduation certificates.

The Gyeonggi Provincial Government has a fast and efficient administrative system.
The office operates on cloud system allowing people to work freely on computers of any spot they want, just by registering at the kiosk.
The cloud printing allows printing documents from mobile devices like smart phones and tablet PCs. We introduce the smart administrative system that makes civil application service a lot faster, thanks to ICT technology.

Hidden champions
[Larva] the 90-second animation that moved the global audience
Larva was created in 2011 as a comic animation, featuring a 90 second long episode. It has become extremely popular in Korea and overseas.
The creators of Larva, Tuba Entertainment, saw success by showing the simple and yet comic content on digital signage inside buses or metros.
The company has sold televising rights to 40 countries around the world and has signed license contracts with a company in Canada.
The Korean animation Larva is expected to earn US$44million as in sales revenue, becoming a good example for the Park Geun-hye administration's creative economy.
We look into what made the animation Larva so popular among children and all age groups.



North Korea
Trust building in inter-Korean relations!
[The Trust Building Process on the Korean Peninsula]
South and North Korean relations has gone through a roller coaster ride following the inauguration of president Park Geun-hye.
North Korea is putting pressure on the global community to acknowledge them as a nuclear power state through numerous nuclear tests and rocket launches since last December.
With the temporary shut down of the Gaeseong Industrial Complex, inter-Korean relations came to a halt.
But the Park Geun-hye administration kept a steady stance towards the North.

The South Korean government was not wavered by North Korea's threats but instead stuck to its policy of building trust between the two Koreas through the.
Then on August 14, South and North Korea agreed to normalize the Gaeseong Industrial Complex as a result of the trust building process.
We highlight the progress in inter-Korean relations since the Park Geun-hye administration took office, and see how the South Korean government dealt with the difficult situation. We will hear from the experts about the government's future stance in inter-Korean relations.


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