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* Date : 2006-11-17

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






 

 

<Hangeul, Letters of Innovation>
Consisting of 10 vowels and 14 consonants, Hangul, the alphabet of the Korean language, has over 8,000 sounds while Chinese can only express 400 sounds, and Japanese just 300. Language in the 21st-century has an economic value. For example, it is amazing how fast Hangul can be typed. In fact, the inputting speed of Hangul is seven times faster than that of Japanese or Chinese. Speed is proportionate to a nation’s competitive power, which means Hangul is a language that can wield power all over the digital world. Moreover, thanks to the easy and simple formation of Hangul, Korea has the lowest recorded illiteracy rate in the world. This Arirang special documentary gives you answers to questions like, “Is Hangul useful in a digital information society?” or “Where does Hangul’s scientific character come from?”
 
Hangeul, Letters of Innovation : Part 1 - Hangeul for the Digital Age    
Hangeul, Letters of Innovation : Part 2 - A New Korean Brand, Hangeul     Hangeul, Letters of Innovation : Part 3 - The Language of the future    

<WKF 2006 Special>
Arirang TV will feature world-renowned speakers from all over the world who have gathered at the 2006 World Knowledge Forum.  They will unveil  global visions to meet unpredicted challenges and to foster balanced regional prosperity throughout the world. This annual conference, with 100 speakers from 30 nations around the world, aims to highlight the importance of knowledge sharing to reach a balanced prosperity for the global economy. For VOD (Video on Demand) service, please go to Arirang’s “Heart to Heart” homepage listed below:

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<Korean Animation Goes Global!>
Korean animations have stolen the global spotlight with their unique ideas and new trends.  With the world watching its next move, Korean animations still have numerous genres to tackle and new stories to tell.
Korean animations are gaining the love and attention of the global audience.
To fill children around the world with beautiful dreams and hope, Korean animations are spreading their infinitely imaginative wings and soaring to new heights.

<Savory Korea>
Since Korean kimchi was thought to help prevent the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) virus, this and the continuing outbreaks of the bird flu has drawn the attention of health-conscious people from around the world to Korean cuisine.  As “food is medicine,” this special documentary looks at the effect natural ingredients have in preventing diseases. The program also introduces recipes from Korea’s traditional cuisine that have been passed down for centuries. One such type of Korean food is Royal Palace Cuisine (Gung-jung Eum-shik), which has already gained world-wide attention. Thanks to the Korean drama series, “Daejanggum,” the benefits from rich and magnificent palace and Buddhist temple cuisines (Sa-chal Eum-shik) to both body and soul were made known to a wider audience. Tune in to Arirang TV’ s special edition consisting of 2 parts entitled, “Romantic Palace Flavors, Gung-jung Eum-shik” (Part 1) and “Scents of a Mountain Temple, Sa-chal Eum-shik” (Part 2), which provides modern society with traditional Korean cuisine’s secrets for a healthy and joyful life.

<Alternatives, A German Way of Education>
What does “Next Generation education,” coined by one of the brightest minds in Germany, mean? Germany has various alternative schools providing a wide variety of the educational methods to fit with each child’s character.  They range from nurseries, located in the forest with no rooms, to a combination of old people’s homes and nurseries. There are kindergartens that do not have any toys, and customized educational systems for foreigners who do not understand German with teachers who can sympathize with the students as they face struggles in their adopted land. Directed and produced by Germany’s Bayerischer Rundfunk broadcasting, this special documentary introduces the originality of education we have never before experienced.   Showcasing Germany’s kindergartens and schools in various regions, viewers will learn how this naturalist approach to education affects children’s characters.

No,Date,Full Contents Review,Buying등의 정보로 이루어진 목록
No Date Full Contents Review VOD
64 2008-07-06 What's on This Week
63 2008-06-29 What's on This Week
62 2007-04-21 Soul of Asia, Unforgettable city, Seoul
61 2007-03-05 2007 Dream Program
60 2007-02-26 Hangeul, Letters of Innovation
59 2007-02-20 Song of the Soul
58 2007-02-12 Arirang 10th Anniversary Special- Han Style
57 2007-02-05 Arirang 10th Anniversary Special- The Story of a Decade, with Arirang
56 2007-01-29 Cinema Odyssey/Mystery of Asia/10th Anniversary Special Arirang Gala Concert
55 2007-01-22 Cinema Odyssey/Mystery of Asia
54 2007-01-15 Cinema Odyssey/Science and Technology Is the Future of Korea/Savory Korea/Mystery of Asia
53 2007-01-08 One on One with the mayor of Seoul/My Friend Korea/Cinema Odyssey/Mystery of Asia/The Korean Economy and FTA
52 2007-01-01 World Leader Ban Ki-moon/Beacons of the Future/Mystery of Asia
51 2006-12-18 2006 MKMF/Diplomacy Caravan
50 2006-12-11 Doha Asian Games Special- The Games of your Life/The World’s focus on the Digital Korean Wave/Science and Technology Is the Future of Korea
49 2006-12-05 The World’s focus on the Digital Korean Wave/Science and Technology Is the Future of Korea/Cinema Odyssey
48 2006-11-17 Hangeul, Letters of Innovation/WKF 2006 Special/Korean Animation Goes Global!/Savory Korea/Alternatives, A German Way of Education
47 2006-10-30 The 120th Anniversary of France and Korea-
46 2006-10-05 Mystery of Asia/Korean Animation Goes Global!
45 2006-09-16 The Promise
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