Zio to Deliver Cyber JoongAng in Japanese

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Zio to Deliver Cyber JoongAng in Japanese

Kim Byung-ki, president of the Internet service company Zio Interactive, and Yoo In-chung, representative of Cyber JoongAng, one of JoongAng Ilbo's subsidiary corporations, agreed Thursday to deliver Cyber JoongAng's varied content including breaking news via Zio's Japanese portal site: www.KoreaNavi.com.
KoreaNavi.com will carry Korean news as well as columns on Korean culture.
Zio's president Kim said, 'We are happy to be able to introduce domestic culture using Cyber JoongAng's content.'
He also added that the company is planning to make KoreaNavi.com an independent firm so that it can develop into Korea's best Japanese portal site.
Kim Jong-yoon: yoonn@joongang.co.kr

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