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Today in Korean history

Today in Korean History 14:00 November 30, 2018

Dec. 1

1980 -- The state-run Korea Broadcasting System (KBS) airs the nation's first color television broadcast.

1992 -- South Korea establishes diplomatic relations with South Africa.

1998 -- Hyundai Motor Co. becomes the owner of Kia Motors Corp., a month after it secured the right to acquire the automaker. Kia had been the country's second-largest carmaker before its collapse the previous year.

2005 -- South Korea's National Assembly ratifies a free trade agreement with Singapore, Seoul's second free trade pact after one with Chile.

2014 -- A 1,750-ton South Korean fishing boat, the Oryong 501, sinks in the Bering Sea, killing 27 crew members and leaving 26 missing. There were only seven survivors.

2015 -- South Korea launches a new Marine Corps brigade for a mission to defend the southern resort island of Jeju and its adjacent area.
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