- The Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry says farmers will need to obtain a license and take requisite classes in order to own livestock.
- Is Korea exposed to the same kind of property deflation risks that Japan faced? The KDB think tank thinks maybe.
- POSCO says that Warren Buffet has expressed concerns about the state of the shipbuilding industry.
- Seoul's Finance Minister says that South Korea will prepare for the post-crisis era by using eco-friendly technologies as growth engines.
- Cargo handling at South Korean ports climbed 9.5 percent in February.
- The incoming Vice Unification Minister has pledged to maintain Seoul's hardline stance on Pyongyang. (Vice Unification Minister? Do we need a cabinet official making sure all the vices are in one place? I'm here all week!)
- South Korea proposes an ecological peace park belt along both sides of the DMZ.
- Mixed results from a joint Seoul-Tokyo historical research committee: no agreement on recent colonization issues, but Japan reportedly has agreed to drop a claim that the Kaya Confederation was a colony of northern Kyushu's Wa. The Joongang Daily also goes into detail about the conclusion that the disputed Inma adminsitrative office supposedly run by Japanese authorities on the Korean Peninsula did not exist.
- South Korea has developed a "corner shot" rifle, perfect for when the zombie invasion comes. And it will.
- South Korea's far-left Democratic Labor Party says sex offenders should face speedy indictment.
- Koreans in Seoul and in New York City will gather to honor celebrated patriotic figure An Chunggŭn, who was executed exactly one hundred years ago on March 26 for the assassination of former Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi.
- Three-fourths of South Koreans favor conditional bans on nighttime rallies.
- Skylife is aiming high for a 3-D network.
- US experts will debate handover of Korean troop wartime control.
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