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Korean Fashion Continues To Make Waves In Japanese Market

South Korea finds Japans clothing industry, which is worth about 9 trillion yen (approx. $91 billion), to be conducive for overseas market. A number of Korean clothing brands have already established stores in the Harajuku District, while some are sold online. As for Korean cosmetics, fastest growing makeup brand Tony Moly opened its first store in Japan in June. Ms Co., the cosmetic brands agent, is also planning to open a hundred more branches.

Springer expands its open access activities with Korean research societies

Professor Seung-Ho Lee, President of the Korean Geotechnical Society, said, "We are delighted to cooperate with Springer in publishing our journal. There has been an intensive effort to publish a high-quality international journal with the active involvement of sister societies. We believe that the journal will contribute to the collection and distribution of the latest global geoengineering issues." "I am excited by the scope of the journal Fashion and Textiles. I believe that it will have a strong impact on the textile as well as clothing and fashion communities," said Mark de Jongh, Senior Publishing Editor and coordinator of the Springer publishing program in Korea.

WATCH: North Korea Remembers a Jacket

With ardent yearning for Kim Jong Il the Korean people warmly look back again upon his noble life, a radio host of the government-run Voice of Korea, formerly Radio Pyongyang, reads. They are reminded of the parka worn by him till the last period of his life from the time of the arduous march in the latter half of the 1990s. Kim Jong Il inherited the reins of the totalitarian East Asian country from his father Kim Il Sung in 1994. He then went on to spend a good chunk of his 17-year of his rule touring the country giving field guidance i.e. looking at things wearing an overall-style tunic with matching trousers in fetching shades of khaki, grey or black.

The site also includes a ranking of the top 20 best selling items of the week, so customers will always know what the most popular trends are every week throughout the whole catalogue. A spokesperson for the online Korean clothing store explained, People who want to shop for Korean clothing often find themselves buying inferior knock-offs from China made of cheaper materials. All our clothing ranges are made in Korea and are the very latest trends from our vibrant and progressive culture. Girls who want to stand out anywhere in the world need look no further than Korea, and theres only one name in Korean fashion for the worldwide market right now.

Korean celebrities lose 'publicity' suit against Naver

They asked for damages worth 1.2 billion won (S$1.4 million) in the high-profile suit joined by Jang Dong-gun, Bae Yong-joon and Girls' Generation, among others. The plaintiffs claimed that portals provide search results leading to commercial shopping mall sites that sell products containing their names, even though they do not endorse such products. In Korea, a jual jaket jepang host of online shopping malls sell products in a way that suggests they are somehow linked to stars. For instance, Korean customers are routinely browsing "Jang Dong-gun padded jacket" and "Bae Yong-joon glasses" on shopping sites. Despite the claims by the stars, the court ruled that portals did not violate the rights of the stars under the current law. But the legal battle is not over.

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