Top headlines of major South Korean newspapers


SEOUL, Jan. 10 (Yonhap) – Here are the headlines from major South Korean newspapers from January 10.

Korean dailies
– Man against woman, the presidential candidate fuels the division (Kyunghyang Shinmun)
– Inevitable semi-final between Yoon, Ahn; the idea of ​​forming a joint government was raised (Kookmin Daily)
– Korean version of Plum Book offered for new government personnel issues (Donga llbo)
– Presidential candidates focus only on spending money in times of high exchange rates, inflation and interest rates (Seoul Shinmun)
– Repeated practices of overturning campaign promises while appealing to emotion; public confusion grows (Segye Times)
– ‘3s’ – social media, smile, run – presidential campaign changes electoral formula (Chosun Ilbo)
Fashion industry becomes disaster for the world by releasing 10% of greenhouse gases (JoongAng Ilbo)
– Distribution between men and women in their twenties and thirties; Yoon steps back in gender equality (Hankyoreh)
– Distorted self-portrait of the presidential campaign (Hankook libo)
– The malaise in the asset market reaches a record level; “Spring of fear” is coming (Maeil Business Newspaper)
– Human rights law becomes an urgent issue this time for business (Korea Economic Daily)

English-speaking dailies
– Vaccine passes extend to department stores today (Korea JoongAng Daily)
– In heavily vaccinated Korea, warrants fuel a backlash (Korea Herald)
– ‘Enabling environment defined for declaration of end of war’ (Korea Times)
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