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* Date : 2014-01-03

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Auditions, new trend in South Korea's industrial world in 2014
The audition frenzy, which began in TV programs, is becoming a new trend in South Korea's industrial world. In July, a web site called 'Idea Audition' opened allowing men and women of all ages to participate as part of the government's steps to realize a creative economy. Unlike the existing open-exhibitions, when a person posts an idea on the web site, then the idea gets verified and complemented by netizens to enable commercializing the idea into a product. If the idea is successfully commercialized, its profits will be shared with the person who proposed the idea. Through this audition format, the government aims to collect creative ideas of the nations and increase the potential for commercializing the ideas by publicly verifying them. Many colleges and institutions held dozens of business start-up auditions with similar purposes this year. Open job auditions are also increasing. This shows that the whole industrial world is also desperate to find talented people and creative ideas. We will explore the future of the creative economy in 2014 by analyzing the cause and implications of the audition fever in the industrial circles.




Interview
South Korea's trade & commerce outlook for 2014
Interviewees:Bark Taeho, professor at Seoul National University/former South Korean Minister for Trade
In December, the South Korean government has expressed its interest in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP. So far, it hasn't declared its participation, or received approvals from TPP members, but it is a big change given the fact that it has never mentioned TPP in the past. Therefore, TPP is likely to remain a hot issue in South Korea's commerce this year. And a three-way free trade agreement with China and Japan, currently under discussion, is also a large issue. How much progress can be made on South Korea's participation in TPP and the three-way FTA with China and Japan in 2014? Moreover, what are the positives and negatives for South Korea from reaching these treaties? We will forecast South Korea's economy in 2014, focusing on trade and commerce sectors.





ICT
The ICT key word in 2014
Major IT companies have picked SMAC as the ICT market's core key word in 2014. SMAC is a new jargon combining the first letter of social, mobile, (big data) analysis and cloud. Each of these words is also a hot issue in the ICT industry, but as data soars in line with popularization of mobile devices and social services, big data technology, which analyzes needed information in real time, is likely to be commercialized in full scale. In 2014, South Korea's medical industry in particular is slated to provide services such as predicting ventricular tachyarrhythmias by analyzing patients' data which had only been collected in the past, or reducing the waiting time for hospitalization, while raising the occupancy ratio of sickrooms by optimizing allocation of sickbeds depending on treatment features of illnesses. We will introduce the ICT trends in 2014 newly come under the spotlight.





Hidden champions
Lotts, a new concept portable skin care kit maker
One of the key interests of women in modern times is to have a clean and clear skin. But during the winter season, the skin's aging process accelerates because of dry air so it is important to take care of skin when the season changes. As such, skin care kits which are easy to use at home are gaining popularity. Lotts, a small South Korean firm, has developed a portable skin care device using the principle of ultra sonic wave and ion. The device's effect, which has been certified by clinical tests from Japanese and domestic colleges, were published in academic journals from around the world, getting recognized for its safety and quality. Let's meet Lotts, which is taking care of women's skin in South Korea as well as Europe and Southeast Asia.





North Korea
Outlook for South-North relations in 2014
The relations between South Korea and North Korea have remained strained in 2013. The Park Geun-hye administration's trust building process on the Korean Peninsula and North Korea's will to improve its economic conditions have failed to lead to exchanges between the two countries. Amid rising possibility of North Korea's nuclear provocations to ease its internal political situations, the North's powerful National Defence Commission has sent a fax to the South Korean government, threatening to strike the South without advance notice if the South continues to insult the North's "highest dignity." The South Korean government also responded immediately, vowing to sternly react to any provocations. With a recovery in the South-North relations looking more and more distant, we will forecast how the two countries will establish their relations in 2014.



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