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* Date : 2014-01-31

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Korea's biggest national holiday 'Sol'...how holiday affects gift market
The first day of the Korean lunar calendar is the biggest national holiday "Sol" or Lunar New Year's day in Korea. During the holiday, all the family members gather around, wishing happy new year by performing a deep traditional bow or 'sebae' and exchanging gifts. The Sol gifts purchased for family members, acquaintances and company employees are estimated to be 500 billion won. The gifts vary in prices and types, ranging from cheap daily necessities in their 10,000 won levels to expensive Korean beef and health foods in their hundreds of thousands of won levels. From few weeks ahead of the holiday, gift deliveries surge as Koreans send gifts to acquaintances and families in remote places or purchase gifts through online shopping malls. To benefit from increased demands in the 500 billion won worth gift market during the Sol holiday, companies fiercely compete to sell their main products in gift sets. From the costs Koreans spend in buying gifts to the impact it has on Korea's domestic economy during the Sol season. We will explore Korea's Sol gift market.




Interview
Outcome of President Park's visit to Switzerland and ways to cooperate in realizing creative economy
Interviewees:Jorg Al. Reding, Swiss Ambassador to Korea
President Park Geun-hye made a state visit to Switzerland for the first time by a South Korean president. Switzerland is small in size but has world-class science technologies. It is a small-and medium-sized business-oriented economy with an effective vocational education system. Meanwhile, Korea has strengths in heavy chemical and high-tech ICT industries. What synergies can Korea and Switzerland create through bilateral economic cooperation? During the summit with Swiss president, President Park discussed cooperative measures related to creative economy, education and youth business start-ups. Then she attended the annual World Economic Forum meeting, also known as Davos Forum, and delivered a keynote speech about the creative economy. We will talk about the outcome of her visit to Switzerland and how the two countries can cooperate in realizing a creative economy.



ICT
3D facial restoration technology
In 2011, 'Oegyujanggak Uigwe,' or records of the state rites of Joseon Dynasty returned to Korea from France after 145 years. By accessing the National Museum of Korea's web site, we can experience virtual reality contents that three-dimensionally reconstructed 'Uigwe for the State Funeral of Queen Jangryeol.' By three-dimensionally reconstructing cultural assets, the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea can more closely approach citizens, while preparing for possible disappearances of cultural assets by obtaining three-dimensionally scanned drawings of the cultural assets in advance. ETRI has developed 'multi-view image based 3D facial reconstruction technology.' This technology will enable creation of game characters with your own face or production of animated films with children's faces as main characters. Moreover, this technology will enable more precise orthodontic treatments through 3D scanning by comparing the simulations before and after the treatments. We will introduce new 3D scanning technologies used in our daily lives.




Hidden champions
BBQ, Korean franchisor that captivated tastes of people around the world
Recently, domestic franchisors are actively seeking to advance abroad. Among them, a small Korean firm BBQ is seen as a front-runner, successfully advancing abroad for the first time by a Korean franchisor. It has advanced into 56 countries after opening the first store in China in 2003. It introduced various fried chicken menus that suit palates of people from around the world and gained huge popularity by introducing its delivery system. The company is dreaming of becoming a top global company, showing a growth of twice as fast as the world's largest franchisor Mcdonalds. We will explore the secret to BBQ's success in advancing abroad.



North Korea
North Korean defector KIM Young-hee's New Year's holiday
Kim Young-hee is the first North Korean defector to work for South Korea's state-owned Korea Development Bank. She moved to Korea Finance Corp. as head of North Korean economy division in 2010 and has been studying North Korea's economic forecasts and development directions after unification of the two Koreas. She is considered as a successful case among many North Korean defectors who settled down in the South. We will listen to her story of how she could successfully settle down in South Korea, where many North Koreans, despite their same ethnic roots, face difficulties stemming from different culture and language barriers. Also, we will listen to her story why she and her family had to defect from the North where she lived a content life after graduating from a top business college.



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