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|Founded||July 18, 1904 (original)|
|Ceased publication||August 28, 1910 (Korea Daily News), November 10, 1945 (Daily News)|
|Relaunched||November 23, 1945 (current name)|
|Headquarters||Seoul, South Korea|
|Revised Romanization||Seoul Shinmun|
The Seoul Shinmun (translating to The Seoul Newspaper) is a daily newspaper in Seoul, South Korea. The original name of the newspaper is Daehan Maeil Sinbo (The Korea Daily News), which was started on July 18, 1904 and was renamed Daily News (Maeil Sinbo) in August 1910. The current name was adopted in November 1945. It publishes nationally around 780,000 issues a day.
With a history of more than 100 years of publication, it is the oldest newspaper in South Korea. It was the only Korean daily newspaper until 1920, when The Dong-a Ilbo began publishing.
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