Korea's MOIC discusses its role in Korea's internet revolution

Yang Seung-taik, Minister of Korea''s Ministry of Information and Communication explains how the ministry has aided the explosion of broadband internet usage and aims to fully privatize Korea Telecom by June.

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Yang Seung-taikĀ For the past six months we've startedĀ making broadband internet a universal service.

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The implications of promulgating broadband internet are very broad in many aspects. Since last year, telephony ceased to be a so-called blue chip industry, mainly because of the explosion of mobile communications, plus voice-over IT. With this, the usage of...

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