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    Today in Korean history

    Jan. 26 1886 -- The state publishing organ of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), Bakmunguk, launches the Hanseongjubo weekly under the initiative of young modernists who wanted to accept Western civilization. The publication was a revival of their first magazine, Hanseongsunbo, which was abolish... 14:00 Jan. 25
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    Today in Korean history

    Jan. 25 1886 -- The state publishing organ of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), Bakmunguk, launches the Hanseongjubo weekly under the initiative of young modernists who wanted to accept Western civilization. The publication was a revival of their first magazine, Hanseongsunbo, which was abolish... 14:00 Jan. 24
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    Today in Korean history

    Jan. 24 1963 -- South Korea and North Korea hold their first meeting in Switzerland as part of an ultimately unsuccessful effort to form a joint team for the 1964 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. 1972 -- South Korea publishes its first Trade White Paper. 2000 -- A coalition of local c... 14:00 Jan. 23
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