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* Date : 2013-10-04

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Fried chicken and South Korean economy
The Wall Street Journal's online edition has recently reported Korean fried chicken has become a culinary phenomenon in abroad, but also a source of worry for the domestic economy. Chicken-fueled credit is boosting the country's household debts and that in turn could lead to a rise in delinquent loans if business turns sour. Indeed, South Koreans' love for fried chicken can be easily seen while walking on the streets. If you take a look at a crowded residential area, the streets are lined with fried chicken delivery places in every other buildings. When there is a major sports event, these chicken places get endless delivery calls from customers. According to the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, a South Korean person consumed 44 kilograms of meat last year. Of the total, chicken took the second place after pork. South Korean people consumed a total of 608,000 tons of chicken meat last year. A South Korean fried chicken joint has even set up a chicken university to educate people on opening and running chicken restaurants. Why has fried chicken industry grown so much in South Korea? And is it really weighing on the South Korean economy as some media suggest?



Interview
Reconsidering South Korea's welfare policies
Interviewee: Shin Se-don, Professor at Sookmyung Women's University
With the scaling back of basic old age pension, concerns are rising over a possible retreat in the government's welfare policies. South Korea should expand welfare benefits taking into account its strong economic fundamentals. But we need an explanation and consensus on who should receive the pension, how big the pension should be and how it should be given. This is why we need in-depth discussions and national consensus on the country's welfare policies and financial resources irrespective of whether President Park Geun-hye keeps her campaign promises or not. Then what would be the 'realistic' alternatives to further upgrade South Korea's welfare system? We meet Shin Se-don, a professor at Sookmyung Women's University, who is known as President Park's tutor in economy and talk about the directions and measures South Korea should take in welfare policies.



ICT
Technology which can solve ICT security issues
New methods of identity theft, so-called smishing is on the rise recently. By clicking on a text message of a free coupon or a wedding invitation, a small sum of money is settled via a person's mobile phone. Another example of smishing that is flourishing is via fake smartphone applications which can transfer a person's bank account information or money from the account to the scammer. People are enjoying the benefits of ICT technologies, including mobile payment system, internet banking and mobile wedding invitations, but at the same time they are having side effects as well. The cameras installed on smart TVs at home can turn into hidden cameras at anytime. To prevent the invasion of privacy and infringement of personal information, various upgraded versions of integrated information security solutions and vaccines are being introduced. A local information security company has created encoded space for applications and developed a program which can block forging and falsifying applications. In addition, fingerprinting recognition device is installed to prevent strangers from using other people's smartphones. Smartphones that have guest mode function are also introduced. We take a look at the security problems the development of ICT technology has brought and a new technology to solve this problem.




Hidden champions
SEETECH, Rooting out all the counterfeit money in the world.
South Korea's SEETECH Co. Ltd. is the manufacturer of the world's fastest counterfeit money detector. As damage from global financial crisis and counterfeit money spread widely, SEETECH's high-speed counterfeit money detector can detect and sort fake currencies from about 60 countries. Based on various technologies including serial number recognition, the detectors are exported to about 50 countries around the world. Its high-speed currency counter, which earned international CE mark, can count 1,500 bills per minute. We explore everything about SEETECH, a leader in the financial device industry.




North Korea
History and significance of DMZ

The Korean peninsula is the only divided country in the world. Dividing the South and the North lies the demilitarized zone (DMZ) where entrance of civilians are strictly restricted. This area is getting the spotlight for being the Asia's biggest nature reserve. Following President Park Geun-hye's suggestion to create a world peace park within the DMZ, South Korea's Ministry of Unification allotted 40.2 billion won for the project in its next year's budget. Indeed, what is the political and military significance of the DMZ? In this week's Bizline, we listen to the historic background and significance of DMZ from experts and find out what role DMZ will play after unification of the peninsula.


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