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RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II 2

RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II 2

RADIO KOREA INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER (韓国) Nov.1994 Volume II
Coverage of the Hiroshima Asiad
RKI dispatched producer Lee Sang—Mook of the Japanese Service to Japan in September this year in advance of the 12th Asian Games that opened on October 2nd. During his stay there, Lee visited Hiroshima, Tokyo, Osaka, and other Japanese cities to cover the preparations for the games, life of Korean residents in Japan, and friendship between the peoples of the two countries. RKI aired a series of special programs before and during the Hiroshima Asiad in autumn.

RKI to Publish Newsletter Every Quarter
Listeners will receive our RKI newsletter more often. FlKl, which published its inaugural edition in July this year, plans to make it a quarterly publication beginning in 1995, in response to overwhelming requests from our listeners. The in—house leaflet will be complete with up-to-date news about what's going on at RKI.

‘Tales from Korea's Past” to be Published as a Book
RKI plans to publish a book next year with manuscripts of "Tales from Korea's Past," RKI's Monday program featuring Korean history, to help its listeners better understand Korea's history.

RKI Producers on Overseas Internship Program
This year, four of RKI's different language service staff members completed overseas broadcasting training at Voice of America(VOA), Radio Moscow, Radio Republik lndonesia(RRI) and Radio Canada Intermational(RCI).

Korean Song Singing Contest Due in December
RKl's Korean Song Singing Contest, which is held around the end of every year, will take place in December this year with our overseas listeners participating. Since listeners are unable to come to Seoul in person for the event, those who want to enter the contest are advised to choose their favorite songs out of he ones featured on our singing lesson program, "Let's Sing Together," and send in a tape recording of their own singing.

Foreign Staff Replaced
Michael Kirner of the German section, Abdul-Wahab Tarawneh of the Arabic section, Honda Masatsugu of the Japanese section and Jean Piel of the French section were replaced upon the expiration of their work contracts by Dirk Godder, Shaker, Soh Futsukaichi and Sebastian Drans, respectively.

Italian Service Goes off the Air
The Italian Language Service, which first began its broadcasting in June, 1985, went out of service as of November 1st, 1994, as a result of RKl's organizational restructuring, designed to help enhance the efficiency of its shortwave broadcasting activities. The decision has brought the total number of different language broadcasts of RKI to only ten. RKI, however, plans to inaugurate the Vietnamese
service sometime next year.
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