The Hankyoreh


The Hankyoreh

Infobox Newspaper
name = The Hankyoreh


caption = Front page(as of August 9, 2007)
type = Daily newspaper
format = Broadsheet
foundation = 1988
owners = Hankyoreh Newspaper Corp.
political = Center-left
headquarters = Mapo-gu, Seoul
publisher = Ko Kwang-heon
editor = Jang Jeong-su
website = [http://www.hani.co.kr/ www.hani.co.kr]

The Hankyoreh (hangul:한겨레) is a daily newspaper in South Korea.

It claims to be "independent from the powers that be and the government".

Hankyoreh was established as a liberal alternative in a medium traditionally dominated by conservative and center-right newspapers. It was founded by journalists who fought against dictatorship on 15 May 1988 and has more than 60,000 citizen shareholders, none of whom have more than 1 percent of the share. With a circulation of some 600,000, it is the fourth largest after "Chosun Ilbo", "JoongAng Ilbo", and "Dong-a Ilbo", which are all right-leaning. Its core readership is intellectuals and people in their 20s and 30s. It has a web edition in English.

ee also

*Hankyoreh 21 - Weekly Newsmagazine
*Cine 21 - Weekly Movie-magazine
*Economy 21 - Weekly Economy-magazine
*List of newspapers
*Contemporary culture of South Korea
*List of Korea-related topics

External links

* [http://www.hani.co.kr Official Homepage] ko icon
* [http://english.hani.co.kr International Edition(web only)] en icon
* [http://www.cine21.com Homepage of Cine21, movie weekly by Hankyoreh] ko icon
* [http://h21.hani.co.kr Homepage of Hankyoreh21, weekly newsmagazine] ko icon
* [http://www.economy21.co.kr Homepage of Economy21, business weekly] ko icon


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