Category: Korea

Infographic: Social Media Equivalents in Korea

Please enjoy this chart of Social Media Equivalents for South Korea, produced by our team in Seoul. I have already publishedthe Social Media equivalents charts we produced about: Vietnam, Japan and China. Inspired by our work in Asia, a non-Ogilvy bulls-eye was produced about Hungary. There are more on the way. As always, feedback welcome
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Axis of Twe-evil? North Korea joins Twitter

In addition to trading journalists for a visit from Bill Clinton, Pyongyang has jumped on the Twitter bandwagon. UPDATE: Turns out that North Korea has been spoofed! (Thanks to the MANY who pointed this out to me, in comments below and on Twitter) Pyongyang’s Twitter Style: The DPRK’s preferred preferred Twitter client is Twitterfox and
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Danny Kim: Korea tech trends

Danny Kim of Technokimchi, a Korean tech blog, describes a few trends in Korea while at Le Web in Paris. Among them: Blogging and the rise of online influence on national politics as well as a decline of power for Cyworld. Cyworld, a once-mighty social network to which most South Korean youth were members, has
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Open Web Asia '08 Conference in Korea

Thanks to Mobinode just came across a new conference coming up in October in Korea. Looks like an interesting program with a few friends appearing – Andreas and Loic – I wish them all luck! The details: Today, we are very happy to officially announce that Open Web Asia Conference ‘08, the first pan-Asia web
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