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Program List
Time Subject Date
09:00 ReplayeFM News 2017.05.23
  • ≡ Ex-President Park To Face Judges In Corruption Trial Opener

    Former President Park Geun-hye's corruption trial opens at 10:00 this morning at the Seoul Central District court. It will be the first time Park has been seen in public since her arrest in late March. She faces 18 charges including abuse of power, bribery, coercion and leaking government secrets. A three-justice panel will preside over the trial, led by Judge Kim Se-yun. If convicted, Park could face up to life in prison. Choi Soon-sil and Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin will also stand trial with the former president. Park is the nation's third former leader to stand trial over corruption allegations after Chun Doo-hwan and Roh Tae-woo.■[2017.05.23]

  • ≡ Several Fatalities After 'Explosion' At Grande Concert: Police

    Several people have died following an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England, Monday night. Police there are advising the public to avoid the area around the Manchester Arena. It is not yet clear how many people have been hurt or what may have caused the suspected blast. Video taken from inside the arena showed pandemonium and concertgoers screaming as they made their way out. Grande's representatives said the singer is OK and they are investigating what happened.■[2017.05.23]

  • ≡ UNSC Condemns N. Korea Missile Launch

    The U.N. Security Council has condemned North Korea's latest missile launch and warned that it will seek additional sanctions against the regime. The 15-member council approved the statement on Monday and urged Pyongyang to refrain from further provocations. This comes just one day before the UNSC meets for a closed-door emergency meeting on the North's missile and nuclear threats. Sunday's missile launch by North Korea was its eight test this year and the second of its kind since President Moon Jae-in took office.■ [2017.05.23]

  • ≡ US Senate Confirms Branstad As Chinese Ambassador

    The U.S. Senate has confirmed Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as the next ambassador to China. His appointment will provide President Donald Trump with an envoy whose-decades-long friendship with President Xi Jinping could smooth relations between the global powers. The confirmation comes as Trump is looking to Beijing to step up economic pressure on North Korea. The new U.S. administration has yet to fully outline its policy with China, but Trump's aggressive tone has softened since his inauguration, including an about face on branding China a currency manipulator.■ [2017.05.23]

  • ≡ Korea Ready For Argentina Challenge At FIFA U-20 WC

    Korea takes on Argentina today in their second group play match at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup. Korea is coming off a dominating 3-0 win over Guinea on Saturday, and a victory tonight will put them in comfortable position to move on to the knockout stage. Midfielder Lee Jin-hyun says his team believes they can beat anyone if they execute their game plan. Kick-off is at 8:00 p.m. from Jeonju. Other matches today include England versus Guinea, Venezuela battling Vanuatu, and a Mexico-Germany faceoff.■[2017.05.23]

  • ≡ Weather Update 0900

    Taking a look at the weather, it's partly cloudy skies over the central region with more sun down south. Expect heavier clouds to roll in over Seoul and the surrounding areas ahead of rain later this afternoon. Showers will continue through the evening and spread to regions down south overnight. Temperatures will also be much cooler, peaking in the low to mid 20s. The local mercury will get up to 24 degrees. As for the current temperature in downtown Seoul, it is _____ degrees Celsius or _____ degrees in Fahrenheit.■[2017.05.23]