- Citing South Korea's and Sweden's low costs for 100-megabit broadband, some experts warn that the FCC's plan to expand high-speed Internet across the US lacks competition.
- Alex Ferguson, the manager of Manchester United, is denying that he signed on Park Jisung in order to sell more merchandise in South Korea and elsewhere in Asia.
- This is old news to some, but the Freakonomics blog at the New York Times got wind of the Pyongyang regime making people named Kim Jong-un [김정은, that is] change it.
- A US Deputy Secretary of Defense says that North Korean missile technology will eventually be able to threaten American territory.
- The city of Seoul and the Justice Ministry have signed a memorandum of understanding to make life easier for foreign citizens in the capital. We'll see.
- Chinese latest sandstorms are bringing more health woes to nearby areas, including South Korea and Hong Kong.
- The BBC is suggesting that another parliamentarian, MP Paul Keetch, may have ethical violations related to Korea, though these seem much more minor than former PM Tony Blair's.
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