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* Date : 2013-12-06

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Preparation for the winter in South Korea, Economics of kimchi-making
When winter approaches, South Koreans are busy making kimchi in large quantities for the winter, or gimjang, as vegetable output declines in the cold season. When it is time for gimjang, sales of main ingredients for kimchi such as Korean cabbage and white radish rise. Also, sales of food containers such as kimchi refrigerators and plastic used in gimjang increase as well. A four-people family in South Korea spends an average of 200 dollars for making kimchi each year. The brief November-December gimjang season contributes to buoying the economy. Depending on the price of kimchi's main ingredient Korean cabbage, the percentage of households that make kimchi themselves will change. This is closely linked to promoting gimjang related consumption so consumers and companies pay attention to vegetable prices each year. We will explore what implications 'gimjang' has on the South Korean economy.



Interview
Dispute over air defense identification zone and its impact on Northeast Asia

Interviewee: Shin Chang-hoon, research fellow at the Asan Institute for Policy Studies
China has established a new air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the East China Sea including airspace
of Ieodo and Senkaku/Diaoyu islands effective Nov. 23 and demanded foreign aircrafts to provide identification for entry into the zone. Despite China's announcement, South Korea, the U.S. and Japan have all defied China's newly declared air defense zone, continuing to fly through disputed airspace without notifying China. The controversy surrounding the ADIZ is growing with the U.S. also joining the dispute. An ADIZ is an unilaterally imposed buffer zone outside a country's sovereign airspace. It is a national mandate, rather than demanded by any international law. But South Korea, China, Japan as well as the U.S. are closely watching the situation because if a country decides there is a security threat, it can ask foreign aircrafts veering into its ADIZ to retreat or intercept them. Northeast Asia is experiencing sharp conflicts over the disputed territory as well as airspace. What has sparked such controversy and what are the implications for Northeast Asia's politics, diplomacy and economy?



ICT
IPTV, an evolution of TV
Internet protocol television (IPTV) is a system through which live television services are delivered and video on demand services are provided. It requires strong internet network because of the huge amount of data traffic needed to deliver contents from various broadcasting stations in real time. As it is based on internet, viewers can enjoy new ways of watching TV. When we watch a baseball game, we can select the voice commentary of the team we cheer for. We can also buy the clothes worn by main characters of TV dramas by connecting to the online shopping malls via TV. Such services that combine advantages of TV broadcasting contents and internet are being introduced. Moreover, we can watch smartphone's VOD contents on TV screen by touching our smartphone to the NFC tag on the TV set-top box in the living room. Let's meet the IPTV, TV that is evolving further with the development of ICT technologies.



Hidden champions
Osstem Implant leads popularization of dental implants
Dental implants are popular for looking and functioning like natural teeth. They complement problems caused by dental prosthesis treatments such as bridgework and dentures. Recently, more people are receiving dental implants surgeries. Osstem Implant, a small South Korean firm, is leading popularization of dental implants. It holds the largest market share in Asia and the sixth largest market share in the world. It has the world-class surface treatment technology and is actively educating global dentists about dental implant surgeries. Let's meet Osstem, which is taking a leap to become a top global dental implant company with high-tech facilities and thorough quality control.



North Korea
After removal of Jang Song-thaek, where is Kim Jong-un's regime headed?
North Korea's de facto No. 2 leader and Kim Jong-un's uncle Jang Song-thaek is believed to have been removed from power. Jang's closest aides have been publicly executed. Jang's whereabouts still haven't been confirmed, but he has lost his posts and the Central Administrative Department of Workers' Party may have been disbanded or its functions may have been emasculated. Jang, who is married to Kim Jong-un's aunt Kim Kyong-hui, has been a key guardian of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and a de facto Second in Command. We will look into why Kim Jong-un has removed Jang Song-thaek and forecast what changes the North Korean regime will go through from now on.  



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