Communications in Korea
Communications in Korea may refer to:
Communications in North Korea
Communications in North Korea refers to the communication services available in North Korea. North Korea has not fully adopted mainstream Internet technology due to its isolationist policies.
Nort...
Communications in North Korea - Wikipedia
Communications in South Korea
Communications services improved dramatically in the 1980s with the assistance of foreign partners and as a result of the development of the electronics industry. The number of telephones in use in 19...
Internet in Korea
Internet in Korea may refer to:
Ministry of Information and Communication (South Korea)
The Ministry of Information and Communication or MIC was a ministry of the government of South Korea. Its headquarters are located in Jongno-gu, central Seoul. The last minister was Rho Jun-hyong, who...
Japanese input methods
Japanese input methods are the methods used to input Japanese characters on a computer.There are two main methods of inputting Japanese on computers. One is via a romanized version of Japanese called ...
Japanese input methods - Wikipedia
Media of South Korea
The South Korean media consist of several different types of public communication of news: television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and Internet-based Web sites.Modern Korean journalism began...
Japanese post in Korea
The Japanese post office in Korea (在朝鮮日本郵便局, Zai-Chōsen-Nippon Yūbin Kyoku) was a postal administration established by the Meiji period Empire of Japan in late Joseon dynasty Korea.
The fi...
Japanese post in Korea - Wikipedia
Media of North Korea
The media of North Korea is among the most strictly controlled in the world. The constitution notionally provides for freedom of speech and the press; however, the government prohibits the exercise o...
North Korean postal service
The North Korean postal service (Korean: 조선의 체신체계; Hanja: 朝鮮의 遞信體系) is operated by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications and Communication Maintenance Bureau, which oversees postal communication...
North Korean postal service - Wikipedia
List of telephone operating companies
This is a list of the world's largest telecommunications companies measured by total revenues.
This list identifies the Fixed Line operators and the Mobile operators for the top 200 most populate...
List of telephone operating companies - Wikipedia
Postage stamps and postal history of North Korea
Postage stamps are issued by the North Korean postal department and tend to portray patriotic and nationalist themes and are used as a form of propaganda. Since the 1970s North Korea has outproduced S...
Radio jamming in Korea
Radio jamming on the Korean Peninsula makes the border region one of the world's busiest places for radio signals. Medium wave jamming is dominant in the area including Seoul and the DMZ. South Korea ...
Internet in South Korea
South Korea is the world leader in Internet connectivity, having the world's fastest average internet connection speed. It has consistently ranked first worldwide in the UN ICT Development Index since...
TU Media
TU Media Corp. is South Korea's first mobile broadcast service company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Its name stands for "TV for you." It was established in 2003 as a subsidiary of SK Telecom...
Postage stamps and postal history of Korea
This is a survey of the postage stamps and postal history of Korea.Before a strict isolationist country, Korea began to open up in the second half of the 19th century.
Joseon issued its own first ...
Postage stamps and postal history of Korea - Wikipedia
North–South differences in the Korean language
The Korean language has changed between the two states due to the length of time that North and South Korea have been separated.
Korean orthography, as defined by the Korean Language Society in 19...
North–South differences in the Korean language - Wikipedia