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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

a new web magazine "Redian"

I'm really at loss with some of the naming practices of Korean websites, whether newssites or company pages. In the case of a new leftist (or progressive, as you like) net magazine Redian the root "red" is of course clear, but what is the ending? There's Pressian which would seem to have given the idea.

Anyway, Redian is a new leftist-progressive online magazine; I can only hope it prospers - but my wishes are given on the condition that it doesn't make silly remarks like a recent Hankyoreh editorial (discussed by Oranckay) which would void any claim to progressiveness.

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<Anonymous kotaji> said on 7.4.06 : 

Is another such online Korean news source actually necessary? Will it prosper with so much other independent media out there? And why the silly name? They should have just called it 'Ppalgaengi' [joke ^^].

Btw, I like the new site design, looks like you're pushing the limits of blogger.


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