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South Koreans rejoice as team advances to World Cup quarterfinals

...blew and car horns honked. Endless streams of light soared over a 10-lane thoroughfare in central Seoul. President Kim Dae-jung, who watched the game at his office with his entire Cabinet and presidential staff, said Tuesday's victory was...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/06/19/oth_344779.shtml
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South Korea's market dives as president-elect frets over paying bills

...International Monetary Fund will be enough to stem the crisis. "The reality is that we have no money," President-elect Kim Dae-jung said after discussions with top U.S. officials. "We don't know if we can manage tomorrow or the day after...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/24/biz_219523.shtml
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A little perspective

...But it's also a terrible shame that such a case can give rise to so much animosity that South Korean President Kim Dae-jung felt compelled this week to proclaim that "indiscriminate anti-Americanism is not helpful for our national interest...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/12/09/edi_363241.shtml
Editorials
Legacy of last god-king lingers

...beyond the past. Japan and South Korea will be co-hosts of soccer's World Cup in 2002, and South Korean President Kim Dae-jung repeatedly has expressed hope for an imperial visit to Seoul before the event begins. South Koreans remain split over...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/11/17/met_274635.shtml
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This day in the millennium -- February 25

...threw out a 16-year-old government rule that allowed company credit unions to accept members from other companies. Kim Dae-jung, once South Korea's leading dissident, was inaugurated as its president. At the Grammy Awards, Bob Dylan won...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/25/met_254387.shtml
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Middle class shrinks amid economic woes

...themselves why they need to have a democracy." In South Korea, economic woes are eating away at support for President Kim Dae-jung. His former approval ratings of 80 percent have dropped below 50 percent as more people lose jobs and homes. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/11/01/bus_243466.shtml
Business
Se Ri Pak: on course for greatness

...and yellow banner newspaper headlines Tuesday proclaimed Se Ri Pak "Our Hope, Our Encouragement." From President Kim Dae-jung on down, South Koreans rejoiced over Pak's triumph. With their once robust economy in shambles, their World Cup...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/08/oth_232845.shtml
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Influx of new international money helps calm Korean markets

...early this year after two weeks of violent labor protests. In a meeting with labor leaders Friday, President-elect Kim Dae-jung said layoffs would be inevitable if companies cannot survive even with wage cuts and other measures. "What is the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/27/biz_219654.shtml
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Economic indicators up, but may point to trouble ahead

...International Monetary Fund will be enough to stem the crisis. "The reality is that we have no money," President-elect Kim Dae-jung said after discussions with top U.S. officials. "We don't know if we can manage tomorrow or the day after...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/24/biz_219520.shtml
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Internet worm causes limited disruptions Monday

...said Woo Do-shik, a spokesman for South Korea's Information and Communication Ministry. South Korean President Kim Dae-jung ordered agencies to come up with restoration and contingency plans, said his chief spokesman, Park Sun-sook. The...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/28/tec_367082.shtml
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