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* Date : 2013-09-13

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Mobile shopping, no restrictions in time and space.
South Korea's online shopping trend is changing. According to the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the average monthly number of mobile shoppers who shop via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs has risen to more than 15 million in the first half of this year, more than doubling from the same period last year. Mobile shopping which allows consumers to shop regardless of time and space is expected to grow steadily going forward. Shopping malls are promptly acting in line with changing shopping patterns. Mobile shopping applications have been introduced so that consumers can do grocery shopping on their way to and from work. TV home shopping channels are also introducing applications to lure mobile shoppers. The Bizline will look into the changing trend of consumer preference and meet mobile shopping mall operators.


Professor Ha Chan-ho, Graduate School of Business Administration, Soongsil University
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President Park Geun-hye vists Vietnam...Achievement of 'sales diplomacy'
Interviewee: Professor Ha Chan-ho, Graduate School of Business Administration, Soongsil University former ambassador to Vietnam/former ambassador to Canada
President Park Geun-hye's creative economy is defined as "The fusion between industry and culture to blossom creativity by eliminating boundaries within industries". There has been many overseas success cases of the creative economy through cultural arts performances.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair provided a lot of support for the cultural arts sector a year after taking office in 1998 as part of a policy to lead the creative economy.
The result was a positive one, as Britain soon became the number one country in design exports and some 1,498,173-people hired within the creative industry in 2010.
The United States has also lead its creative industry through the entertainment business.

We will be talking about ways to create more jobs with the cultural arts industry and the direction of Korea's culture-art-performance sectors which are aimed at the creative economy.


ICT
3 dimensional printers, the future of the manufacturing industry.
3D printing, currently the hottest topic in the information and communications technology industry, is also one of the 10 promising technologies mentioned by the World Economic Forum this year. This innovative technology, which breaks the stereotype of printing ink on paper, enables printing 3 dimensional shapes. It is viewed as the future of the manufacturing industry. Indeed, Hyundai Mobis' automobile research and development centers have been using 3D printers to build prototypes of nearly all of its automobile parts since 2002. As 3D printers also enabled printing of guns, fossils and parts of prefabricated houses, global companies are taking steps to advance into the 3D printer market. A South Korean firm is currently developing 3D printer based on its own technology. Let's check out the current situation of 3D printing technology and its outlook.


Hidden champions
There is no room for errors.Electronic scale
Cas, specialized in industrial and retail scales, is the first South Korean company to localize weight sensors. It weed out scales used in traditional markets and opened the way for electronic scales. With 30 years of know-hows, Cas is exporting South Korea's first electronic scales to about 120 countries. It is producing various scales including those commonly used at home and supermarkets as well as those used in industrial sites. It is trying to make perfectly accurate measurement devices. Let's hear about this company's global conquest.


North Korea
North Korea's making of heroes
In May, North Korean Central Broadcasting Station showed a sobbing police woman who was overcome with emotion after receiving a medal for the "Hero of the Republic" award. It didn't specify what her heroic exploits were, but it was noted that she sacrificed herself to protect national security in an unexpected circumstance. North Korea awards the title of hero when a person makes sacrifices for the country or boosts national prestige in abroad or demonstrates outstanding achievement in the manufacturing sector. It is to gain people's attention and loyalty. We will be joined by North Korean experts and a North Korean defector who was awarded with the Hero of the Republic." They will tell us about North Korea's hero system in detail.


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