Korea 24 - 2022.05.17


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Korea24 – 2022.05.17. (Tuesday)
News Briefing: President Yoon Suk Yeol has appointed his controversial pick for justice minister, the senior prosecutor and close confidant Han Dong-hoon, despite opposition from the Democratic Party. (Eunice KIM)
In-Depth News Analysis: Ahead of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, a civic group representing sexual minorities held a rally on Saturday near the new presidential office in Yongsan, calling for the passage of anti-discrimination laws. In the 21st National Assembly, four bills banning discrimination have been submitted but no dates have yet been set for deliberations. To learn more about this issue journalist Raphael Rashid joins us in the studio.
Korea Trending with Jenny Suh:
1. A government pilot program to provide help with housework for dual-income and single-parent households is set to start in July. (월 14만 원에 청소 · 세탁 · 요리까지…그 지역과 대상은?)
2. A woman in her 60s from Gangwon province died of an infection from a tick bite on Monday. (야외활동하다 진드기 물린 여성 SFTS로 사망..올 첫 사례 나와)
3. Song Hae, the beloved 95-year-old host of the KBS TV show ‘National Singing Contest’, is reportedly considering retiring from the show after 34 years. (96세 송해, 34년 진행한 ‘전국노래자랑’ 떠난다)
Touch Base In Seoul: In April, the Korea Baseball Softball Association announced they were bringing in veteran coach Scott Cranford for the women’s national softball team in order to try and help them win their first ever medal at the Asian Games. He joins us this week to talk about his decision to come to Korea, what he has seen from the national team so far, and his plans for them now that the Asian Games have been postponed.
Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin:
- Tomorrow’s Korea Herald features a report by Song Seung-hyun on how films directed by foreign directors and shot in Korea are being made due to the global demand for Hallyu content.
- In tomorrow’s Korea Times, Dong Sun-hwa writes about how the Chinese video-sharing platform TikTok has become a crucial marketing tool for K-pop acts.

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