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Ship Hijacked
입력 2010.10.18 (22:48) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]



Somali pirates have hijacked a fishing boat carrying two Korean fishermen in Kenyan waters. This follows the hijacking of a Korean oil tanker in April whose crew are still being held hostage.



[Pkg]



The Kenya-registered trawler Geummi 305 was hijacked October 9th by Somali pirates while fishing for crabs in Kenyan waters. The boat was carrying two Koreans, including the captain, two Chinese and 39 Kenyans. The ship was hijacked in waters near the Kenyan island of Lamu, which is distant from the base of Somali pirates.



[Soundbite] (Ship Agency Official): The fishermen thought the fishing site was safe from pirates because it was only five miles away from land.



The ship and hostages were detained at the pirates’ base and are being moved southwards. The hijacking is the seventh of a ship with Koreans onboard in Somali waters since 2006. A Korean oil tanker was hijacked by Somali pirates six months ago. The crew of the Samho Dream have yet to be released. The Korean Foreign Ministry has set up a task force to find out more about the hijacking. The ministry says it wants to ensure the swift and safe release of the kidnapped fishermen. The owner of the fishing boat is a small company that closed its Korea office due to financial difficulty. So negotiations on the crew’s release will prove tough if the pirates demand a huge ransom.



2. Illegal Aliens



[Anchor Lead]



Dozens of Chinese from Shanghai escaped illegally while touring Jeju Island. Some were detained. They say they came to Korea in search of jobs.



[Pkg]



A large cruise from Shanghai, China arrived in Jeju port early Sunday morning. Forty four Chinese passengers of the cruise went sightseeing but disappeared all at once at around 10 a.m. Police found 11 of them hiding at a hotel. They said they had been brought to the hotel by a local broker after getting off the bus.



[Soundbite] (Hotel Staff Member): They said they would sleep like this. They asked for several rooms. I don’t know their exact number. I just saw them entering the rooms together.



The Chinese came to Korea to find jobs illegally and paid up to 7,200 dollars to the broker.



[Soundbite] (Chinese Illegal Immigrant): I told them that I’d pay once I get a job. That’s why I came to Jeju Island.



Police continues to look for the remaining 33 passengers in local airports, ports and lodging facilities. The detained 11 Chinese will be repatriated to China after questioning.



3. Osteoporosis



[Anchor Lead]



Osteoporosis is known to be a disease that mainly affects women. But a growing number of men are falling victim to the disease, especially those in their 30s and 40s.



[Pkg]



This 42-year-old office worker has sought medical help because of back pain. A bone density test has detected osteoporosis in its early stage.



[Soundbite] I was confused to hear about the symptoms because I’m still young. I should take better care of my health.



The National Health Insurance Corporation says the number of male osteoporosis patients was 52-thousand last year, double that of four years ago. Few women in their 30s and 40s get osteoporosis, but the number of male patients in the same age group has steadily risen. The main factors causing osteoporosis in men are smoking, drinking, calcium deficiency and lack of exercise.



[Soundbite] Dr. Song Yeong-deuk (Internal Medicine): This disease is caused by the same factors as diabetes and hypertension, which result from excessive eating and the lack of exercise.



Detecting the disease in men is also difficult because unlike women, men don’t receive osteoporosis checkups until age 60. Men with a family history of osteoporosis or who’ve suffered bone fractures caused by a simple fall should undergo checkups. Experts recommend hiking, jogging or other sports that stimulate the joints to prevent osteoporosis.



4. Korean Surname



[Anchor Lead]



Foreign wives of Korean men find it inconvenient to use their maiden names in Korea. More foreign women are changing their last names into Korean ones with the help of the Korea Legal Aid Corporation.



[Pkg]



This Kazak woman married a Korean man in 2001 and obtained Korean citizenship three years ago. She changed her Kazak name into a Korean one early this month; her new surname is An. She found it inconvenient to keep using her long Kazak name in Korea.



[Soundbite] An A-ra (Kazak-Korean): My Kazak name was long, which was really inconvenient for me when filling out documents and making an online ID.



This Vietnamese woman also adopted the surname of her mother-in-law as her new family name early this month.



[Soundbite] Yu Jin (Vietnamese-Korean): I changed my name because of my children. When they grow up, they might not like that their mother is from abroad.



The two foreign women changed their names with the help of the Korea Legal Aid Corporation. They are in the process of putting their new names on official family registers.



[Soundbite] Lee Gi-ho (Korean Legal Aid Corp.): We want that foreign wives will experience no inconveniences when living in Korea. We hope all foreign wives will have benefits from our service.



The Korea Legal Aid Corporation has assisted 277 foreign wives of Korean men in adopting Korean names. More foreign women will likely apply.



5. Palace Visit



[Anchor Lead]



Children from regionally and culturally isolated areas have spent a night at an ancient palace. Here’s a look at their first-hand experience of traditions in a Korean court.



[Pkg]



The moon gracefully shines deep into the night. A dance performance is held on the grounds of a palace. This is "Cheoyongmu," the lone court dance using masks. The children’s eyes twinkle as they watch the performance. They then learn the dance themselves. They try on the masks and their dance moves look okay. They even try on royal costumes and take pictures. It’s time for bed. They express how it feels to be the first to sleep in the palace.



[Soundbite] It’s amazing and I still can’t believe it. I feel at home here.



They finally fall asleep. This overnight palace event has been prepared for children from rural areas such as islands and mountain villages. They take a close look around the palace, learn traditional manners, and wear traditional clothes. The program helps them feel closer and more familiar with the ancient palace.



[Soundbite] I thought it would be boring like hearing lectures. But I had a lot of fun.



The program will be launched full scale next year for children from remote areas.



6. Dulle Trail



[Anchor Lead]



Walking paths in Mt. Jiri are attracting trekkers, who are looking for a natural, simple retreat in a rural area. We take you to the mountainous walking paths to see what it is like for a stroll there in the fall.



[Pkg]



Trekkers walk along a curvy path by the side of rice fields. The paths called dulle trail go around the foothills of Mt. Jiri without reaching the summit. People feel relaxed and eased while walking along the trail.



[Soundbite] Hiking is too tough. Walking slowly along the path is much easier. We can chat with each other without getting short of breath.



Following signs along the paths, trekkers find small trails leading to thick forests. Paths in the forest of Mt. Jiri make people look back on their lives.



[Soundbite] I’ve been worrying about my future. I eased my stress while walking along the trail and having conversation with my dad.



Hidden rural villages in the mountains take people back to childhoods.



[Soundbite] The rural scenery and old men harvesting rice remind me of my mother and my childhood days.



Trekkers enjoy the joys of the fall while walking along dulle trail in Mt. Jiri.



7. Hanbok Show



[Anchor Lead]



A fashion show featuring the traditional Korean clothing "hanbok" has been held at an ancient palace in Seoul. Here’s a look at this elegant and enchanting attire.



[Pkg]



Bold shoulders. An unconventional design breaks the stereotype about the traditional Korean attire "hanbok." The simple and elegant silhouettes of these dresses show that they can hold their own against the latest fashion trends. Hanbok dresses are presented in intense primary colors, which add a unique flavor to their beautiful designs.



[Soundbite] It thought that it’d be uncomfortable, but here I’ve realized how beautiful they are. I want to try it on.



This fashion show has been organized by the Korea Craft and Design Foundation to dispel stereotypes of the attire and promote hanbok as everyday wear.



Nine designers showcased youthful and vibrant creations at the two-day show.



[Soundbite] Yu Yong-beom (Artistic Dir., Hanbok Fashion Show): The purpose of this show is to show that it can be worn not only on special occasions but even on the street.



The goal is to spread hanbok’s global popularity while preserving its traditional beauty and dignity.



8. Autumn Fields



[Anchor Lead]



Although Korea has a short, crisp autumn, the nation’s fall flowers began blooming later than usual because of frequent rains and a low temperature. With festivals out to celebrate the current beautiful foliage and flowers out, let’s go take a look at the chrysanthemum and cosmos flowers that are now in full bloom.



[Pkg]



Chrysanthemums are in full bloom against the backdrop of the clear, blue sky. The flowers in various colors show the fall is in full swing. Some 250-thousand chrysanthemums cover a waste disposal site measuring 40-thousand square meters. People are busy taking photos of the flowers. Buried in the flowers, children look fascinated by the rare scene of the season.



[Soundbite] Do you like the smell? / Yes. // What does it smell like? / It smells great.



Cosmos flowers, which is well known as the sign of the autumn, offer visitors seasons greetings. Despite the chilly weather, visitors enjoy the fall in the cosmos field in Incheon.



[Soundbite] The flowers are beautiful. It’s great to have this near the city. It’s a good place to come with your family.



The flowers began blooming later than usual because of frequent rains and a low temperature. The chrysanthemum festival will run through October 19th.



9. Makeovers



[Anchor Lead]



Doing makeup every day can be troublesome, so some women want to try semi-permanent makeup, which lasts for years. But they’re worried about the results and health side effects. The concerns can materialize, if you don’t thoroughly look into the procedure. Here’s what you need to know.



[Pkg]



Mrs. Park Geum-sun had semi-permanent makeup done two years ago. She always wished she had fuller eyebrows and bigger eyes. But now, after the surgery, she is more depressed.



[Soundbite] People say her eyebrows look like caterpillars. They’re also not even. They tell her to hide them.



But what exactly is semi-permanent makeup? While a tattoo is an injection of pigment under the dermal layer below the skin...permanent makeup is the painting of pigment on the outer skin, which can last as long as five years. Permanent makeup is convenient in many ways, but what was it that exactly went wrong for Mrs. Park? She feels awkward to lift up her bangs, which have been hiding her eyebrows for so long.



[Soundbite] Why is this so dark?



[Soundbite] Even if we use dark brown, if it goes too deep under the skin, it can may seem like gray because of oxidation.



Another inconvenience regarding makeup is using eyeliners.



[Soundbite] Kim Ji-hyeon (Permanent Makeup Expert): They key to drawing the eyeline is to make the mucous membrane visible. Otherwise, it’s no use.



Reshaping your hairline or undergoing a procedure to color your lips, as popular as they are, are processes that require more attention.



[Soundbite] Blood vessels are concentrated on the lips. If the blood vessels burst and bleeding doesn’t stop, hematoma will appear on your lips.



Hairline procedures, if done badly, can lead to hair loss. So now you know what things to research before undergoing any treatments.



[Soundbite] We’ll see how you transform after a safe procedure. Let’s do it!



But most of all, you must investigate these areas. First, see if the pigment is natural color and if it has been approved as being safe to use.



[Soundbite] You must make sure that needles are sterilized. You must use sterilized disposable needles.



Find out if you can remove the makeup procedure with laser treatments if the results are not what you want.



Removing the pigment will begin with the darkest areas. It only takes five minutes. It’s simpler than originally thought. Now, it looks lighter and much more natural.



[Soundbite] Now I can put up my bangs and wear a headband. Thank you.



[Soundbite] You be confident now with your natural look.



Semi-permanent makeup is convenient and can look wonderful. Just remember to run a thorough check of the procedure beforehand.
  • Ship Hijacked
    • 입력 2010-10-18 22:48:31
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]



Somali pirates have hijacked a fishing boat carrying two Korean fishermen in Kenyan waters. This follows the hijacking of a Korean oil tanker in April whose crew are still being held hostage.



[Pkg]



The Kenya-registered trawler Geummi 305 was hijacked October 9th by Somali pirates while fishing for crabs in Kenyan waters. The boat was carrying two Koreans, including the captain, two Chinese and 39 Kenyans. The ship was hijacked in waters near the Kenyan island of Lamu, which is distant from the base of Somali pirates.



[Soundbite] (Ship Agency Official): The fishermen thought the fishing site was safe from pirates because it was only five miles away from land.



The ship and hostages were detained at the pirates’ base and are being moved southwards. The hijacking is the seventh of a ship with Koreans onboard in Somali waters since 2006. A Korean oil tanker was hijacked by Somali pirates six months ago. The crew of the Samho Dream have yet to be released. The Korean Foreign Ministry has set up a task force to find out more about the hijacking. The ministry says it wants to ensure the swift and safe release of the kidnapped fishermen. The owner of the fishing boat is a small company that closed its Korea office due to financial difficulty. So negotiations on the crew’s release will prove tough if the pirates demand a huge ransom.



2. Illegal Aliens



[Anchor Lead]



Dozens of Chinese from Shanghai escaped illegally while touring Jeju Island. Some were detained. They say they came to Korea in search of jobs.



[Pkg]



A large cruise from Shanghai, China arrived in Jeju port early Sunday morning. Forty four Chinese passengers of the cruise went sightseeing but disappeared all at once at around 10 a.m. Police found 11 of them hiding at a hotel. They said they had been brought to the hotel by a local broker after getting off the bus.



[Soundbite] (Hotel Staff Member): They said they would sleep like this. They asked for several rooms. I don’t know their exact number. I just saw them entering the rooms together.



The Chinese came to Korea to find jobs illegally and paid up to 7,200 dollars to the broker.



[Soundbite] (Chinese Illegal Immigrant): I told them that I’d pay once I get a job. That’s why I came to Jeju Island.



Police continues to look for the remaining 33 passengers in local airports, ports and lodging facilities. The detained 11 Chinese will be repatriated to China after questioning.



3. Osteoporosis



[Anchor Lead]



Osteoporosis is known to be a disease that mainly affects women. But a growing number of men are falling victim to the disease, especially those in their 30s and 40s.



[Pkg]



This 42-year-old office worker has sought medical help because of back pain. A bone density test has detected osteoporosis in its early stage.



[Soundbite] I was confused to hear about the symptoms because I’m still young. I should take better care of my health.



The National Health Insurance Corporation says the number of male osteoporosis patients was 52-thousand last year, double that of four years ago. Few women in their 30s and 40s get osteoporosis, but the number of male patients in the same age group has steadily risen. The main factors causing osteoporosis in men are smoking, drinking, calcium deficiency and lack of exercise.



[Soundbite] Dr. Song Yeong-deuk (Internal Medicine): This disease is caused by the same factors as diabetes and hypertension, which result from excessive eating and the lack of exercise.



Detecting the disease in men is also difficult because unlike women, men don’t receive osteoporosis checkups until age 60. Men with a family history of osteoporosis or who’ve suffered bone fractures caused by a simple fall should undergo checkups. Experts recommend hiking, jogging or other sports that stimulate the joints to prevent osteoporosis.



4. Korean Surname



[Anchor Lead]



Foreign wives of Korean men find it inconvenient to use their maiden names in Korea. More foreign women are changing their last names into Korean ones with the help of the Korea Legal Aid Corporation.



[Pkg]



This Kazak woman married a Korean man in 2001 and obtained Korean citizenship three years ago. She changed her Kazak name into a Korean one early this month; her new surname is An. She found it inconvenient to keep using her long Kazak name in Korea.



[Soundbite] An A-ra (Kazak-Korean): My Kazak name was long, which was really inconvenient for me when filling out documents and making an online ID.



This Vietnamese woman also adopted the surname of her mother-in-law as her new family name early this month.



[Soundbite] Yu Jin (Vietnamese-Korean): I changed my name because of my children. When they grow up, they might not like that their mother is from abroad.



The two foreign women changed their names with the help of the Korea Legal Aid Corporation. They are in the process of putting their new names on official family registers.



[Soundbite] Lee Gi-ho (Korean Legal Aid Corp.): We want that foreign wives will experience no inconveniences when living in Korea. We hope all foreign wives will have benefits from our service.



The Korea Legal Aid Corporation has assisted 277 foreign wives of Korean men in adopting Korean names. More foreign women will likely apply.



5. Palace Visit



[Anchor Lead]



Children from regionally and culturally isolated areas have spent a night at an ancient palace. Here’s a look at their first-hand experience of traditions in a Korean court.



[Pkg]



The moon gracefully shines deep into the night. A dance performance is held on the grounds of a palace. This is "Cheoyongmu," the lone court dance using masks. The children’s eyes twinkle as they watch the performance. They then learn the dance themselves. They try on the masks and their dance moves look okay. They even try on royal costumes and take pictures. It’s time for bed. They express how it feels to be the first to sleep in the palace.



[Soundbite] It’s amazing and I still can’t believe it. I feel at home here.



They finally fall asleep. This overnight palace event has been prepared for children from rural areas such as islands and mountain villages. They take a close look around the palace, learn traditional manners, and wear traditional clothes. The program helps them feel closer and more familiar with the ancient palace.



[Soundbite] I thought it would be boring like hearing lectures. But I had a lot of fun.



The program will be launched full scale next year for children from remote areas.



6. Dulle Trail



[Anchor Lead]



Walking paths in Mt. Jiri are attracting trekkers, who are looking for a natural, simple retreat in a rural area. We take you to the mountainous walking paths to see what it is like for a stroll there in the fall.



[Pkg]



Trekkers walk along a curvy path by the side of rice fields. The paths called dulle trail go around the foothills of Mt. Jiri without reaching the summit. People feel relaxed and eased while walking along the trail.



[Soundbite] Hiking is too tough. Walking slowly along the path is much easier. We can chat with each other without getting short of breath.



Following signs along the paths, trekkers find small trails leading to thick forests. Paths in the forest of Mt. Jiri make people look back on their lives.



[Soundbite] I’ve been worrying about my future. I eased my stress while walking along the trail and having conversation with my dad.



Hidden rural villages in the mountains take people back to childhoods.



[Soundbite] The rural scenery and old men harvesting rice remind me of my mother and my childhood days.



Trekkers enjoy the joys of the fall while walking along dulle trail in Mt. Jiri.



7. Hanbok Show



[Anchor Lead]



A fashion show featuring the traditional Korean clothing "hanbok" has been held at an ancient palace in Seoul. Here’s a look at this elegant and enchanting attire.



[Pkg]



Bold shoulders. An unconventional design breaks the stereotype about the traditional Korean attire "hanbok." The simple and elegant silhouettes of these dresses show that they can hold their own against the latest fashion trends. Hanbok dresses are presented in intense primary colors, which add a unique flavor to their beautiful designs.



[Soundbite] It thought that it’d be uncomfortable, but here I’ve realized how beautiful they are. I want to try it on.



This fashion show has been organized by the Korea Craft and Design Foundation to dispel stereotypes of the attire and promote hanbok as everyday wear.



Nine designers showcased youthful and vibrant creations at the two-day show.



[Soundbite] Yu Yong-beom (Artistic Dir., Hanbok Fashion Show): The purpose of this show is to show that it can be worn not only on special occasions but even on the street.



The goal is to spread hanbok’s global popularity while preserving its traditional beauty and dignity.



8. Autumn Fields



[Anchor Lead]



Although Korea has a short, crisp autumn, the nation’s fall flowers began blooming later than usual because of frequent rains and a low temperature. With festivals out to celebrate the current beautiful foliage and flowers out, let’s go take a look at the chrysanthemum and cosmos flowers that are now in full bloom.



[Pkg]



Chrysanthemums are in full bloom against the backdrop of the clear, blue sky. The flowers in various colors show the fall is in full swing. Some 250-thousand chrysanthemums cover a waste disposal site measuring 40-thousand square meters. People are busy taking photos of the flowers. Buried in the flowers, children look fascinated by the rare scene of the season.



[Soundbite] Do you like the smell? / Yes. // What does it smell like? / It smells great.



Cosmos flowers, which is well known as the sign of the autumn, offer visitors seasons greetings. Despite the chilly weather, visitors enjoy the fall in the cosmos field in Incheon.



[Soundbite] The flowers are beautiful. It’s great to have this near the city. It’s a good place to come with your family.



The flowers began blooming later than usual because of frequent rains and a low temperature. The chrysanthemum festival will run through October 19th.



9. Makeovers



[Anchor Lead]



Doing makeup every day can be troublesome, so some women want to try semi-permanent makeup, which lasts for years. But they’re worried about the results and health side effects. The concerns can materialize, if you don’t thoroughly look into the procedure. Here’s what you need to know.



[Pkg]



Mrs. Park Geum-sun had semi-permanent makeup done two years ago. She always wished she had fuller eyebrows and bigger eyes. But now, after the surgery, she is more depressed.



[Soundbite] People say her eyebrows look like caterpillars. They’re also not even. They tell her to hide them.



But what exactly is semi-permanent makeup? While a tattoo is an injection of pigment under the dermal layer below the skin...permanent makeup is the painting of pigment on the outer skin, which can last as long as five years. Permanent makeup is convenient in many ways, but what was it that exactly went wrong for Mrs. Park? She feels awkward to lift up her bangs, which have been hiding her eyebrows for so long.



[Soundbite] Why is this so dark?



[Soundbite] Even if we use dark brown, if it goes too deep under the skin, it can may seem like gray because of oxidation.



Another inconvenience regarding makeup is using eyeliners.



[Soundbite] Kim Ji-hyeon (Permanent Makeup Expert): They key to drawing the eyeline is to make the mucous membrane visible. Otherwise, it’s no use.



Reshaping your hairline or undergoing a procedure to color your lips, as popular as they are, are processes that require more attention.



[Soundbite] Blood vessels are concentrated on the lips. If the blood vessels burst and bleeding doesn’t stop, hematoma will appear on your lips.



Hairline procedures, if done badly, can lead to hair loss. So now you know what things to research before undergoing any treatments.



[Soundbite] We’ll see how you transform after a safe procedure. Let’s do it!



But most of all, you must investigate these areas. First, see if the pigment is natural color and if it has been approved as being safe to use.



[Soundbite] You must make sure that needles are sterilized. You must use sterilized disposable needles.



Find out if you can remove the makeup procedure with laser treatments if the results are not what you want.



Removing the pigment will begin with the darkest areas. It only takes five minutes. It’s simpler than originally thought. Now, it looks lighter and much more natural.



[Soundbite] Now I can put up my bangs and wear a headband. Thank you.



[Soundbite] You be confident now with your natural look.



Semi-permanent makeup is convenient and can look wonderful. Just remember to run a thorough check of the procedure beforehand.
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