Korea 24 - 2022.05.19


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Korea24 – 2022.05.19. (Thursday)
News Briefing: The official campaign period for the June 1st local elections and parliamentary by-elections have started. More than 7,600 candidates across the nation will take to the streets over the next two weeks to try and win over voters. (KOO Hee-jin)
In-Depth News Analysis (Korean Politics Digest): In a marked departure from his conservative predecessors, President Yoon Suk Yeol attended a ceremony on Wednesday marking the anniversary of Gwangju Uprising, accompanied by his cabinet members and around 100 lawmakers from the People Power Party. Affiliate Professor Kim Byoung-joo from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and Law Professor Cho Hee-kyung from Hongik University join us on the line to discuss the significance of this move, as well as President Yoon’s recent decision to push through the appointment of Han Dong-hoon as Justice Minister, and the pending appointment of Prime Minister Han Duck-soo.
Korea Trending with Jenny Suh:
1. A month-long crack down on illegal vehicles and motorcycles will begin next week. (다음 주부터 대포차·번호판 가린 오토바이 등 일제 단속)
2. The Korea Tourism Organization is set to release three new videos in its popular series ‘Feel the Rhythm of Korea’ on Friday. ('범 내려온다' 다음은 '디스코 팡팡'…관광공사 새 영상 공개)
3. Finland and Sweden have formally submitted their applications to join NATO against the backdrop of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. ('러시아 옆' 핀란드·스웨덴, 나토 가입신청서 냈다…터키 반대가 관건)
Explore Korea: Wednesday marked the 42nd anniversary of the May 18 Pro-Democracy Movement, also known as the Gwangju Uprising. Our travel and history contributor Allison Needels from Pinpoint Korea joins us on the line to tell us more about the incident, as well as where to visit in Gwangju to learn more, including The May 18 Democratic Archive and the May 18 Democracy Square.
Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin:
- Tomorrow’s Korea Times features a report by Park Han-sol on cultural asset restorer Kim Min-jung, who helped the Korean traditional paper 'Hanji' become a popular material at the Louvre Museum's restoration center.
- In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Yim Hyun-su explains how the French artist, Henri Matisse, has been gaining popularity in South Korea, especially among young people, 70 years after his death.

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