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* Date : 2010-09-18

G20 Special
 
 
Professor Seo Gyeong-deok -- A Campaigner For Korea

In 2008, The Washington Post and The New York Times printed full-page advertisements claiming the Dokdo Islands as Korean territory--all paid for by Professor Seo Gyeong-deok, a PR expert for South Korea. He is now campaigning for the G20 Seoul Summit via a blog. He wants to encourage thinking about the importance of the summit in Korea as well as how to have a successful G20 Summit, so go and find out about his dream project.

 
G-Feature
 
 
Resurrecting Rivers & Preventing Catastrophes

Korea is learning from the flood prevention measures of Japan and Germany. These foreign countries' river renovation successes are also inspiring Korea in its efforts for water disaster prevention and restoration. Korea is looking to both national and international sources for its Four Major Rivers Restoration Project.

 
G-Living
 
 
National Parks in Korea Part 7: Jirisan National Park

Jirisan National Park is South Korea's first designated national park, and its name "Jirisan" means "the mountain of the odd and wise people." Perhaps due to its name, many hermits over the past have devoted themselves in this place to seek truth. This national park consists of majestic mountains, and serves as home for various endangered species, including Asian Black Bears or "moon bears." Jirisan National Park is a place of deep history and clean beauty.

 
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42 2010-10-23 What's on This Week #42
41 2010-10-16 What's on This Week #41
40 2010-10-09 What's on This Week #40
39 2010-10-02 What's on This Week #39
38 2010-09-25 What's on This Week #38
37 2010-09-18 What's on This Week #37
36 2010-09-11 What's on This Week #36
35 2010-09-04 What's on This Week #35
34 2010-08-28 What's on This Week #34
33 2010-08-21 What's on This Week #33
32 2010-08-14 What's on This Week #32
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