The Chosun Ilbo
The Chosun Ilbo (Hangul: 조선일보; hanja: 朝鮮日報; literally "Korea Daily") is one of the major newspapers in South Korea. With a daily circulation of over 1,800,000, the Chosun Ilbo has undertak...
Hwangseong Sinmun
The Hwangseong Sinmun ("Capital Gazette" or "Imperial Capital Gazette") (1898-1910) was one of Korea's earliest Korean-language dailies. It was established by Nam Gung'ok (南宮檍; 1863-1939) and Na Sugye...
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The Hankyoreh
The Hankyoreh (Hangul: 한겨레, literally "The Korean Race", or "One Nation") is a daily newspaper in South Korea. It was established in 1988 after widespread purges forced out dissident journalists, ...
The Korea Times (Los Angeles)
The Korea Times is a Korean language Monday-Saturday newspaper published in Los Angeles, California. It is the largest Korean language newspaper in the United States. It has bureaus in Los Angeles, Ne...
Kyunghyang Shinmun
The Kyunghyang Shinmun or Kyonghyang Sinmun is a major daily newspaper published in South Korea. It is based in Seoul. The name literally means Urbi et Orbi Daily News.
Kyunghyang Shinmun was foun...
Jeguk Sinmun
The Jeguk Sinmun ("Imperial Post"; 1898-1910) was a Seoul-based Korean language newspaper founded in 1898 by Yi Jong-myeon. It was published using the purely vernacular Hangeul script and attracted a ...
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Tongnip Sinmun
The Independent or Tongnip Sinmun (독립신문; 1896–1899) was early Korean newspapers. Tongnip Sinmun was the first privately managed modern daily newspaper in Korea. It was founded in July 1896 by a member...
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Mansebo
The Mansebo (1906-1907) was a Korean language newspaper in Seoul founded by the Cheondogyo leader Son Byeong-hui (孫秉熙). It was published for only one year between June 1906 and June 1907. The newspape...
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No Cut News
No Cut News is a daily newspaper run by South Korea's Christian Broadcasting System (기독교방송). Since April 2005, they have had a partnership with the Munhwa Ilbo for sharing of articles and photo conten...
Munhwa Ilbo
Munhwa Ilbo is a daily newspaper in South Korea. It was established in August 1990, and printed its first issue on 1 November 1991.
Munhwa Ilbo was formerly owned by the Hyundai chaebol; however, ...
Kwangju Ilbo
Kwangju Ilbo is a Korean regional daily newspaper. It was part of Daeju Group in November 2003. It was created by Honam journalists in 1952. Kwangu Ilbo was formed by a merger of Jeonnam Ilbo and Jeon...
Rodong Sinmun
Rodong Sinmun (English: Workers' Newspaper) is a North Korean newspaper that is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. It was first published on November 1...
The Dong-a Ilbo
The Dong-A Ilbo (Hangul: 동아일보; hanja: 東亞日報, literally East Asia Daily) is the leading newspaper in Korea since 1920 with daily circulation of more than 1.2 million and opinion leaders as i...
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Maeil Business Newspaper
The Maeil Business Newspaper is South Korea's main daily business newspaper. As of 2001, it had a circulation of roughly 900,000. Their president is Chang Dae-hwan.
Pyongyang Sinmun
Pyongyang Sinmun (Pyongyang News) is a North Korean newspaper founded on 1 June 1957 by Kim Il-sung. It launched an online version on 1 January 2005. It is published by the Workers' Party of Korea Pyo...
Busan Ilbo
Busan Ilbo is a Korean Language newspaper.
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Hanseong sunbo
The Hanseong sunbo was Korea's first Korean-language newspaper. It began publication in 1883 as the official mouthpiece of the Korean government. It was published by the Office of Culture and Informat...
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