Korea 24 - 2022.05.18


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Korea24 – 2022.05.18. (Wednesday)
News Briefing: President Yoon Suk Yeol said the spirit of the May 18 pro-democracy movement serves as the cornerstone of national unity, as he attended a ceremony to mark the event in Gwangju. (Eunice KIM)
In-Depth News Analysis: South Korea announced that it will be joining the US-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF). President Yoon is set to virtually attend a summit launching the initiative next Tuesday. However, there are concerns that Seoul’s decision could take a toll on its relationship with Beijing. For analysis on this issue, we are joined on the line by International Trade & Diplomacy Professor Lee Hyo-young (이효영) of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy.
Korea Trending with Walter Lee:
1. The suspect who opened fire at a Korean hair salon in Dallas’ Koreatown last week, wounding three women, reportedly harbored delusions about Asians. (미 댈러스 코리아타운 총격범 체포…"아시아계에 피해망상")
2. A leading consumer organization in Korea has found that 11 out of 25 popular meal kits inspected exceeded the recommended daily intake of sodium. (밀키트로 집 밥 해결?‥나트륨 범벅에 포화지방도)
3. Police booked actress Kim Sae-ron for allegedly driving under the influence on Wednesday morning. (김새론, 만취 음주운전 혐의 입건)
Korea Book Club: Literary critic Barry Welsh brings us another work by author Keum Suk Gendry-Kim (김금숙), who won numerous international awards for her graphic novel ‘Grass(풀)’. Once again translated by Janet Hong, ‘The Waiting (기다림)’ follows a young novelist who is shocked to learn that her now elderly mother has family members she was separated from in North Korea, including her husband and a son.
Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin:
- In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Park Ga-young explains how Bunhwangsa (분황사), a Korean Buddhist temple, will open in Bodh Gaya, India this week.
- In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Kang Seung-woo explains how the Republic of Korea Air Force’s aerobatic team, known as the Black Eagles, will be performing in Europe for the first time in ten years.

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