The Korea IT Times

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The Korea IT Times
Hangul 코리아아이티타임스
Revised Romanization Koria aiti taimseu
McCune–Reischauer K‘oria ait‘i t‘aimsŭ

Korea IT Times is a bilingual publication (Korean and English) with an eye on Industry & Technology, including the ICT field based in Seoul, South Korea.

Publication Details: • Launch: July 2004 • Publisher: Korea ET Times Media Group • Category: ICT, Science news and issues including all of Industry and Technology • Internet and Mobile online: Daily News

• Print Magazine: Monthly • Language: English and Korean

Core team[edit]

  • Chung Monica Younsoo, the founder and publisher of the Korea IT Times, served as the editor of the Korea Economic Daily News.
  • Jung Yeon-tae,former CEO of KOSCOM (a Korean provider of financial IT services), was inaugurated as co-publisher and chairman of the Korea IT Times on November 3, 2015.[1]
  • Lee Kap-soo,former editor of Korea Times, was inaugurated as an editor in chief of the Korea IT Times on January 10, 2017.

The Korea IT Times editors are Yeon Choul-woong.Jeong Yeon-jin and Chun Clair Go-eun, CMO in New York. The Korea IT Times staff reporters are Oh Hae-young, Arthur E. Michalak, Yeon Je-hyun, D.Peter Kim, Timothy Daniel,Kim Min-ji, Lee Jun-seong, Jung Se-jin,Kim In-wook, Park Jeong-Jun, Travis Allen, Kim Sung-kap,Ryan Shuster, Natasha Willhite.

  • The special advisors are Dr. Yang Seung-taik, former Minister of Information and Communications, Dr. Shin Kook-hwan, the former Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, Dr. Kim Hak-su, the former ESCAP Executive Secretary, Dr. Youn Hwa-jin, the former senior economist of ADB, Dr. Kim Wan-soon, professor emeritus, business school of Korea University and Dr. Park Ho-goon, the former Minister of Science and Technology.

Association[edit]

The content partners of the Korea IT Times are Google News, Naver News, Euromoney EMIS, Nasdaq Globe Newswire, PR Newswire, Media OutReach and News Republic.

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