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Author affiliations: Chosun University College of Medicine, Chosun University, Gwangju, South Korea (M.A.
The 7.6 billion won of stolen cryptocurrencies are now worth about 90 billion won ($82.7 million), Chosun Ilbo reported.
"The idea to organize this meet was germinated from PM Narendra Modi's visit to Seoul last May when he addressed leadership conference oragnaised by Chosun IIbo.
In fact, various leadership discourses exist in South Korea, and newspaper editorials (especially those of the Chosun Ilbo and Hankyoreh, which have strong conservative and liberal biases) represent only a part of them.
On Monday, the Chosun Ilbo, a Seoul daily, quoted a high-ranking government official as saying that South Korea has decided to join the TPP and is studying the potential impact.
The conference, now in its fourth year, takes place on March 26-27 and is hosted jointly by the Chosun Ilbo and TV Chosun.
The Iranians were invited after Pyongyang's last rocket launch in April had culminated in abject failure, according to the English-speaking South Korean daily newspaper (Chosun Ilbo) quoting from a South Korean government official.
MarketWatch, citing South Korean daily newspaper Chosun Ilbo, reported on Sunday that Samsung has increased the price of mobile processors supplied to Apple for use in its iDevices by 20 percent.
According to the Chosun Ilbo daily, General Kim Chol, who served as vice minister of the Army, was executed by a firing squad in January on the order to leave "no trace of him behind, down to his hair" given by Kim Jong-un, who took over as head of state after the death of his father in December 2011.
The helicopters are upgraded versions of Mi-2s, as well as Mi-4 and Mi-8 troop carriers, and some are armed with machine guns and rockets, Chosun Ilbo reported.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) is conducting preliminary due diligence on Korea Savings Bank (025610.SE) ahead of a possible takeover, Dow Jones has reported, citing Chosun Ilbo.
The data obtained by the Japanese government are believed to be the same as that recently reported on by South Korean magazine Weekly Chosun, the sources said.