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* Date : 2013-11-22

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'Healing' business
As South Korea's economic slump prolongs since 2010 and the society becomes hard-hearted, South Koreans, especially young people who are faced with job crunch and forced to compete for survival, are into healing their minds as well as their bodies. Reflecting this trend, healing industries, such as mental care, yoga/meditation or spa, are booming. Indeed, healing business clearly affects people positively. Therefore, it is desirable for an individual to have a lot of opportunities to experience healing in many different ways in the society, economy and industries. If we look at our neighbor country Japan, the "relaxation" industry, similar to the healing industry, started to grow genuinely and the market is expected to rise to 12-16 trillion yen by around 2020. Bizline will explore the background of the healing boom in South Korea and find out how companies are engaged in healing marketing and what impact this is having on the South Korean economy.


Interview
[Interview] Outlook for South Korea's Economic Cooperation with Russia
Interviewee: Konstantin Vasilievich Vnukov, Russian Ambassador to South Korea
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited South Korea on Nov. 13 and held a summit with South Korean President Park Geun-hye. It is the first visit by one of the world's four largest countries since President Park was inaugurated and the second summit between South Korea and Russia, following the G-20 summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia in September. During the latest summit, the two leaders had a broad discussion about strengthening of bilateral economic cooperation and expanding personal exchanges. We will look into the economic exchanges between the two countries as well as predicting what the two countries can accomplish via bilateral economic cooperation.


ICT
Smart ICT technology ensures people's safety
ICT technologies are applied in the citizen safety services the South Korean government is pursuing. As part of the government's plan to prevent sexual assault, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has come up with a service that helps people to ride cabs more safely. If a person rides a taxi and touches the transportation card to the card reader, the cab's registration number, the time and place of departure are sent to the person's guardian via a text message. Here, GPS function and smart transportation card technologies are applied. Moreover, it also introduced a smartphone application needed for reporting an emergency to the police. Without pressing the phone number on smartphone keypad one by one, the "112 emergency reporting app" allows a person to report an emergency simply by pressing the outside button once for a long time. Then, the emergency is reported to the nearest police station along with the person's location data. National Emergency Management Agency has also come up with multi media reporting system which enabled reporting emergencies via video and text messages as well as phone calls. Let's meet the country's safety services that have gotten much safer as smartphone becomes more common and telecommunication technologies develop further.


Hidden champions
Win&Win Archery, the world's largest manufacturer of bows and accessories
South Korea boasts the world's top level archers. Win&Win Archery, a small South Korean company, is playing a pivotal role in development of archery by developing high quality archery equipment. It produces high quality bows using unbreakable material called carbon nanotube, accounting for 40% of the global bow market. Its technology is recognized worldwide as 52% of the archers participated in the London Olympics in 2012 used Win&Win's bows. Let's meet Win&Win which has emerged from a sporting goods barren country with a South Korean brand and became a leader in the global market.



North Korea
Current relationship between North Korea and Russia
With Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Seoul last week, South Korea also kicked off its diplomatic moves. As Putin has been reportedly aggressive in improving Russia's relationship with North Korea, all eyes are on how Russia will take its North Korean policy after Putin's visit to Seoul. After the Soviet Union collapsed, the relationship between North Korea and Russia has grown apart. We will talk to experts to find out what North Korea means for Russia and vice versa. This year, in particular, is the 65th year since North Korea established diplomatic ties with Russia, so the two countries are seeking various bilateral events. In addition, North Korea is moving actively to normalize its ties with Russia, extensively promoting reopening of the railway connecting North Korea's Najin and Russia's Hasan. Let's find out what its background and intention is.




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