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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4PI
December 10, 2020
Discarded protective masks are seen melted down into part of an upcycled stool in Uiwang, South Korea,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Discarded protective masks are seen melted down into part of an upcycled stool in Uiwang, South Korea...
Discarded protective masks are seen melted down into part of an upcycled stool in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken on December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4PH
December 10, 2020
A university student touches an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who...
Uiwang, South Korea
A university student touches an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who...
A university student touches an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, on display at a graduation exhibition in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4PG
December 10, 2020
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, stands next to discarded protective masks headed for...
Uiwang, South Korea
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, stands next to discarded protective masks headed for...
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, stands next to discarded protective masks headed for upcycling into stools in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4P7
December 10, 2020
A detailed view of an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring...
Uiwang, South Korea
A detailed view of an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring...
A detailed view of an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, is seen in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4P6
December 10, 2020
Discarded protective masks headed to be made into stools by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture...
Uiwang, South Korea
Discarded protective masks headed to be made into stools by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture...
Discarded protective masks headed to be made into stools by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design are seen in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4OY
December 10, 2020
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, works on designing an upcycled stool made from discarded...
Uiwang, South Korea
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, works on designing an upcycled stool made from discarded...
Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, works on designing an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken on December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4OZ
December 10, 2020
Discarded protective masks are melted for upcycling by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Discarded protective masks are melted for upcycling by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design,...
Discarded protective masks are melted for upcycling by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4NO
December 10, 2020
A university student tries out an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul...
Uiwang, South Korea
A university student tries out an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul...
A university student tries out an upcycled stool made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design, on display at a graduation exhibition in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4NP
December 10, 2020
Upcycled stools made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design...
Uiwang, South Korea
Upcycled stools made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design...
Upcycled stools made from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul who is majoring in furniture design are seen in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4NQ
December 10, 2020
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, melts discarded masks to make part of a stool in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, melts discarded masks to make part of a stool in Uiwang,...
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, melts discarded masks to make part of a stool in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8F4N9
December 10, 2020
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, poses for photographs with his upcycled stools made...
Uiwang, South Korea
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, poses for photographs with his upcycled stools made...
Kim Ha-neul, who is majoring in furniture design, poses for photographs with his upcycled stools made from discarded protective masks in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHKOREA-MASK-CHAIR
RTX8EIOV
December 07, 2020
Upcycled stools from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul, majoring in furniture design, are displayed...
Uiwang, South Korea
Upcycled stools from discarded protective masks displayed at graduation exhibition in Uiwang
Upcycled stools from discarded protective masks by Kim Ha-neul, majoring in furniture design, are displayed at a graduation exhibition in Uiwang, South Korea, December 7, 2020. Picture taken on December 7, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
KOREA-ECONOMY/
RTXSVVP
October 01, 2010
A driver checks his truck carrying a container at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
A driver checks his truck carrying a container at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang...
A driver checks his truck carrying a container at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, October 1, 2010. South Korean exports to its key markets of the United States, European Union and China jumped for the first 20 days of September over a year earlier, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA-ECONOMY/
RTXSVVO
October 01, 2010
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, October 1, 2010. South Korean exports to its key markets of the United States, European Union and China jumped for the first 20 days of September over a year earlier, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA-ECONOMY/
RTXSVVM
October 01, 2010
Workers unload containers from trucks at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers unload containers from trucks at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang
Workers unload containers from trucks at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, October 1, 2010. South Korean exports to its key markets of the United States, European Union and China jumped for the first 20 days of September over a year earlier, the government said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
KOREA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTR29PWE
February 01, 2010
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD in Uiwang
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, February 1, 2010. South Korean exports in January fell at the fastest monthly pace in a year, reinforcing investor fears that the recovery in demand is moderating and may be hit by China's crackdown on credit growth. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
KOREA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTR29PWB
February 01, 2010
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD in Uiwang
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, February 1, 2010. South Korean exports in January fell at the fastest monthly pace in a year, reinforcing investor fears that the recovery in demand is moderating and may be hit by China's crackdown on credit growth. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
KOREA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTR29PWA
February 01, 2010
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD in Uiwang
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, February 1, 2010. South Korean exports in January fell at the fastest monthly pace in a year, reinforcing investor fears that the recovery in demand is moderating and may be hit by China's crackdown on credit growth. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
KOREA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTR29PW7
February 01, 2010
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south...
Uiwang, South Korea
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD in Uiwang
Workers load trucks with containers at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) in Uiwang, south of Seoul, February 1, 2010. South Korean exports in January fell at the fastest monthly pace in a year, reinforcing investor fears that the recovery in demand is moderating and may be hit by China's crackdown on credit growth. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
KOREA/
RTR24JDX
June 11, 2009
Trucks are parked at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009,...
Uiwang, South Korea
A cargTrucks are parked at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul
Trucks are parked at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009, after truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union launched a nationwide general strike at midnight. Unionised truck drivers launched the strike demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDW
June 11, 2009
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union direct traffic during a rally near a terminal of...
Uiwang, South Korea
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union direct traffic during a rally near a terminal of...
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union direct traffic during a rally near a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009. Unionised truck drivers launched a nationwide general strike on Thursday demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDV
June 11, 2009
A man walks past parked cargo trucks at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul,...
Uiwang, South Korea
A man walks past parked cargo trucks at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang
A man walks past parked cargo trucks at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009, after truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union launched a nationwide general strike at midnight. Unionised truck drivers launched the strike demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDU
June 11, 2009
A cargo truck (bottom) moves at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June...
Uiwang, South Korea
A cargo truck moves at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang
A cargo truck (bottom) moves at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009, after truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union launched a nationwide general strike at midnight. Unionised truck drivers launched a nationwide general strike on Thursday demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDT
June 11, 2009
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of...
Uiwang, South Korea
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of...
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009. Unionised truck drivers launched a nationwide general strike on Thursday demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. The red headband reads: "Unity and Fighting". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDR
June 11, 2009
A man walks past parked trucks and cargo containers at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
A man walks past parked trucks and cargo containers at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang...
A man walks past parked trucks and cargo containers at a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009, after truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union launched a nationwide general strike at midnight. Unionised truck drivers launched a nationwide general strike on Thursday demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA/
RTR24JDQ
June 11, 2009
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of...
Uiwang, South Korea
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of...
Truck drivers from the Korea Transport Workers' Union chant slogans during a rally near a terminal of an Inland Container Depot in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 11, 2009. Unionised truck drivers launched a nationwide general strike on Thursday demanding improvement of working conditions and reappointment of fired workers. The red headband reads: "Unity and Fighting". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6BT
April 20, 2009
Kim Choon-hwa, mother of Park Dae-sung, cries behind a window before her son's release in front of the...
Uiwang, South Korea
Mother of Park cries before his release in Uiwang
Kim Choon-hwa, mother of Park Dae-sung, cries behind a window before her son's release in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted a blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA HEADSHOT CONFLICT SOCIETY)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6BF
April 20, 2009
Kim Choon-hwa (2nd L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to...
Uiwang, South Korea
Mother of Park gives bean curd to her son after his release in Uiwang
Kim Choon-hwa (2nd L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay away from jail as Park's father Park Ki-joon (L) watches after Park was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6BB
April 20, 2009
Kim Choon-hwa (L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay...
Uiwang, South Korea
Mother of Park gives bean curd to her son after his release in Uiwang
Kim Choon-hwa (L), mother of Park Dae-sung (C), gives bean curd to her son as a good luck token to stay away from jail after Park was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6B0
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva", answers reporters' questions after he was released...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park answers reporters' questions in Uiwang, south of Seoul
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva", answers reporters' questions after he was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park Dae-sung, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY HEADSHOT)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6AT
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva," gets in a car after he was released in front of...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park gets in a car after he was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva," gets in a car after he was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY HEADSHOT)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE6AM
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva", gets in a car after he was released in front of...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park gets in a car after he was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang
Park Dae-sung, also known by his pseudonym "Minerva", gets in a car after he was released in front of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE69T
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung (R) walks with a lawyer out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park walks with a lawyer out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang
Park Dae-sung (R) walks with a lawyer out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and crtics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE69M
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung (C) answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park answers reporters' questions in Uiwang, south of Seoul
Park Dae-sung (C) answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE69F
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park answers reporters' questions in Uiwang, south of Seoul
Park Dae-sung answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers.REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY HEADSHOT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE696
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang
Park Dae-sung answers reporters' questions after walking out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers.REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-BLOGGER/
RTXE68U
April 20, 2009
Park Dae-sung (2nd L) walks with lawyers out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul,...
Uiwang, South Korea
Blogger Park walks with lawyers out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang
Park Dae-sung (2nd L) walks with lawyers out of the Seoul Detention Centre in Uiwang, south of Seoul, April 20, 2009. A South Korean court acquitted the blogger on Monday of spreading false information, in a case that triggered debate about freedom of speech in cyberspace and critics said was only launched because his economic doom postings angered authorities. Defendant Park, who went by the pseudonym "Minerva" after the Greek goddess of wisdom became a household name last year for his predictions of sharp falls in the won and the local stock market and the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UZJ
June 13, 2008
A soldier and a replacement truck arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
A soldier and a replacement truck arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
A soldier and a replacement truck arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UZH
June 13, 2008
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UZG
June 13, 2008
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at terminal of ICD after unionised truckers launched their general...
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UZE
June 13, 2008
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at terminal of ICD after unionised truckers launched their general...
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UZA
June 13, 2008
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at terminal of ICD after unionised truckers launched their general...
Soldiers and replacement trucks arrive at a terminal of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 13, 2008
An ICD (Inland Container Depot) piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
ICD piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised truckers launched their...
An ICD (Inland Container Depot) piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTX6UZ3
June 13, 2008
An ICD (Inland Container Depot) piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised...
Uiwang, South Korea
ICD piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised truckers launched their...
An ICD (Inland Container Depot) piled with cargo containers and parked with trucks is seen after unionised truckers launched their general strike in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTX6UYW
June 13, 2008
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Uiwang, South Korea
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of ICD terminal in Uiwang...
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) terminal in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. The blue headbands read,"Defend the right to live to the last" and red headbands read," Unity and Fighting". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTX6UYU
June 13, 2008
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Uiwang, South Korea
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of ICD terminal in Uiwang...
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) terminal in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6UYR
June 13, 2008
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Uiwang, South Korea
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of ICD terminal in Uiwang...
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) terminal in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down.The headband reads, "Defend the right to live to the last". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTX6UYQ
June 13, 2008
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Uiwang, South Korea
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) terminal in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. The headband reads, "Defend the right to live to the last". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 13, 2008
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container...
Uiwang, South Korea
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of ICD terminal in Uiwang...
Unionised truckers chant slogans during their general strike rally in front of an ICD (Inland Container Depot) terminal in Uiwang, south of Seoul June 13, 2008. Another major protest is planned in South Korea on Friday that could further shake embattled President Lee Myung-bak and his economic reform agenda, as thousands of truckers added to his woes by walking off the job in a strike over high fuel costs. About 14,000 walked off the job on Friday after talks on higher pay and demands for cheaper diesel broke down. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 30, 2005
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house...
Uiwang, South Korea
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention hou.....
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 30, 2005. South Korea paroled Kim, a year after he was found guilty of corruption. Long one of the most powerful figures in the Olympic movement, Kim was sentenced last June to 2 1/2 years in prison for embezzling some 3.3 billion won ($3.26 million) and accepting 788 million won in kickbacks while serving as the head of international sports organisation.
SPORT OLYMPICS KIM
RTRX5UA
June 30, 2005
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong (L) walks past a prison guard...
Uiwang, South Korea
Former IOC vice-president Kim leaves detention house in Uiwang, south of Seoul.
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong (L) walks past a prison guard as he leaves a detention house in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 30, 2005. South Korea paroled Kim, a year after he was found guilty of corruption. Long one of the most powerful figures in the Olympic movement, Kim was sentenced last June to 2 1/2 years in prison for embezzling some 3.3 billion won ($3.26 million) and accepting 788 million won in kickbacks while serving as the head of international sports organisation. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/mk
SPORT OLYMPICS KIM
RTRX5U3
June 30, 2005
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house...
Uiwang, South Korea
Former IOC vice-president Kim leaves detention house, south of Seoul.
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 30, 2005. South Korea paroled Kim, a year after he was found guilty of corruption. Long one of the most powerful figures in the Olympic movement, Kim was sentenced last June to 2 1/2 years in prison for embezzling some 3.3 billion won ($3.26 million) and accepting 788 million won in kickbacks while serving as the head of international sports organisation. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/mk
SPORT OLYMPICS KIM
RTRX5TY
June 30, 2005
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house...
Uiwang, South Korea
Former IOC vice-president Kim leaves detention house, south of Seoul.
Former International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Kim Un-yong walks out of a detention house in Uiwang, south of Seoul, June 30, 2005. South Korea will parole Kim this week, a year after he was found guilty of corruption, a Justice Ministry spokesman said. Long one of the most powerful figures in the Olympic movement, Kim was sentenced last June to 2 1/2 years in prison for embezzling some 3.3 billion won ($3.26 million) and accepting 788 million won in kickbacks while serving as the head of international sports organisation. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/mk
KOREA
RTR1X1U
August 21, 2003
Cargo trucks are parked at a depot in Uiwang, about 33 km (20 miles)
southwest of Seoul August 21, 2003....
Uiwang, Korea - Republic of
CARGO TRUCKS ARE PARKED AT A DEPOT IN UIWANG, SOUTH KOREA.
Cargo trucks are parked at a depot in Uiwang, about 33 km (20 miles)
southwest of Seoul August 21, 2003. South Korea's union for cargo truck
drivers began a general strike on Thursday to demand higher
transportation fees, local news media said. REUTERS/Rhee Dong-Min

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RTRNHFS
May 14, 2003
Containers pile up at a depot in Uiwang, about 33 km ( southwest of
Seoul May 14, 2003, due to South...
Uiwang, Korea - Republic of
CONTAINERS PILE UP AT A DEPOT IN UIWANG DUE TO SOUTH KOREAN TRUCK
DRIVERS' STRIKE ACTION.
Containers pile up at a depot in Uiwang, about 33 km ( southwest of
Seoul May 14, 2003, due to South Korean truck drivers' strike action.
South Korean truckers threatened on Wednesday to paralyse cargo flows
at the country's biggest port as their strike entered a sixth day, but
officials said help from the army was keeping the port functioning.
Unionised container truck drivers in Uiwang also staged a walkout on
Wednesday, paralysing container depot work, in the latest of a series
of strikes. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

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