• Seoul Investment Promotion Video (2015)

    Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea in Far East Asia, is a main gateway to and logistics hub of Northeast Asia, whose production accounts for one third of the world’s total output. The city is ideally situated for day-long business trips, as there are 51 megacities with a population of more than one million within a 3-4 hour flight. The capital of the Baekje and Joseon dynasties, as well as the Korean Empire, Seoul boasts a proud and rich 2,000-year history. It hosted the 1986 Asian Games, the 1988 Summer Olympic Games and the 2002 World Cup. As the epicenter of the global economy moves to Asia, Korea is being recognized as a force that will drive the world economy in the hosting the G20 Summit in 2010. Based on Korea’s favorite geographical location, the country is serving as an ...

    published: 04 Mar 2015
  • INVESTOR CITY / e-Sports: Seoul Bus Station @BEOnow (e)WHATAHEAL

    published: 09 May 2017
  • JIM ROGERS 2017 - Jim Rogers Talks Donald Trump, China, Oil & Korea

    SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 JIM ROGERS 2017 - Jim Rogers Talks Donald Trump, China, Oil & Korea By everything, he means U.S. stocks, which rode Trump’s coattails to record levels following his November victory on euphoria over Trump’s promises to cut taxes, eliminate regulations and boost infrastructure spending. Read: How Trump’s postelection stock market rally stacks up against other presidents Some of that enthusiasm waned in recent weeks as doubts over Trump’s America-first agenda emerged although stocks held gains on Friday as Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the U.S.The famed investor admits that there is a chance that Trump may opt to focus on the positive changes he had promised such...

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • Seoul eases regulations catering to foreign investors & professionals 산업부, FTA

    In an effort to attract more foreign investment.... South Korea′s trade ministry has announced new deregulation plans to help attract a foreign direct investment of 20-billion dollars this year. Equipping the nation′s free economic zones to turn them into a hub for foreign investment... Seoul will facilitate the hiring of more foreign professionals... by raising the quota from the current 20-percent to 30 percent of total employees. Those working in the medical R&D sector will also be allowed to stay up to 5-years... up from the current 3-years. The government will also set up logistics and business infrastructure to attract investors from China and Middle East... to maximize the benefits of free trade deals in those regions. Foreign direct investment in Korea is on the rise... logging 10-...

    published: 26 Aug 2015
  • Startup Funding: Term Sheets and Valuation

    Giles Hawkins provides insight into pre-money valuation and breaks down the anatomy of a term sheet, discussing concepts such as investor rights and exclusivity Campus is a Google space where entrepreneurs come to learn, share ideas and launch great startups. Find upcoming talks and events at your local Campus: Campus London: https://www.campus.co/london/en/events Campus Madrid: https://www.campus.co/madrid/en/events Campus São Paulo: https://www.campus.co/sao-paulo/en/events Campus Seoul: https://www.campus.co/seoul/en/events Campus Tel Aviv: https://www.campus.co/tel-aviv/en/events Campus Warsaw: https://www.campus.co/warsaw/en/events Recorded on the 6th September 2013 at Campus in London.

    published: 19 Sep 2013
  • Lebanon’s Startup Investors - Panel

    On the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean in Beirut, Banque du Liban Accelerate 2014 brought together a record 1,600+ entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals from 25 countries around the globe. 53 world class speakers from Seoul to San Francisco put together Blueprints for Success for emerging international startup ecosystems in an unprecedented stellar two-day event. Read more at http://BDLaccelerate.com [Edited by Stephanie Saad]

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • South Korea: Rally against rail privatisation draws thousands in Seoul

    Thousands took to the streets of Seoul on Saturday, voicing their support for KORAIL workers as they wage the longest rail strike in the country's history. Despite fears of violent clashes, the mood remained peaceful with riot police patrolling the city centre streets. Protesting KORAIL workers and their supporters oppose the railway company's plans to join forces with an affiliate investor to launch a high-speed train line, which they view as marking a significant step towards railway privatisation. Called for by The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, union strikes are now entering their third week. The protest on Saturday was expected to draw around 100,000. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Googl...

    published: 28 Dec 2013
  • S.Korea is top foreign investor in China in Q1: report / YTN

    South Korea appeared to be the top foreign investor in China in the first quarter of this year. According to a report released by the Beijing office of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), South Korean firms invested 1.62 billion dollars in China during the first three months of this year. South Korea came after Hong Kong's 25.94 billion-dollar investment but the city state is a special administrative region of China. Seoul was trailed by Taiwan and Singapore with 1.29 billion dollars and 1.23 billion dollars, respectively. Last year, South Korea's direct investment in China reached an eight-year high of 3.97 billion dollars to rank fifth. The KITA said that the increased investment in the country's largest trading partner reflects South Korean firms' expectations abou...

    published: 11 May 2015
  • Investing in Korean Startups

    March 5, 2015 - Alan McGlade, Managing Director of DEV (Digital Entertainment Ventures) and Co-CEO of DEV Korea, discusses investment opportunities in Korean startups and suggests ways to build collaborative bridges between New York and Seoul through DEV’s new fund. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/investing_in_korean_startups.html Produced, Directed, and Edited by Peter Stuehmke.

    published: 05 Mar 2015
  • Ben Leybovich Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

    Ben Leybovich, Investor Educator and Syndicator http://justaskbenwhy.com/ visits the Seoul Real Estate Meetup to talk about cap ex, turnkeys, and why low priced properties don't cashflow for buy and hold investors. Here is the full interview where Ben discusses: * He discusses how he got into real estate * His analysis of Cap Ex and how it affects a properties IRR * Mistakes he's made in the past buying lower priced properties * Goes through a detailed spreadsheet of expenses To contact Ben or learn more about Just Ask Ben Why, visit: http://justaskbenwhy.com/ The Seoul Real Estate Investing MeetUp is a group for anyone who is interested in investing in Real Estate in Korea or abroad. We meet once a month in Seoul. Each MeetUp, we feature experienced investors who are willing to share...

    published: 18 Oct 2015
  • Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying 차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

    Although the Chinese stock market slide had some adverse effects on the Korean market on Tuesday, the benchmark KOSPI closed a tad higher than expected. Kim Hyun-bin reports. The after effects of China′s stock market plunge on Monday has negatively impacted the Korean stock market with KOSPI′s and KOSDAQ′s lows for Tuesday dropping to 2,015 and 720 respectively. Experts say both composite′s were affected by the Shanghai Composite which fell eight-point-five percent on Monday,... the largest drop in eight years. China′s stock market continued its freefall on Tuesday as investors shrugged off efforts by regulators to calm the markets. The Shanghai Composite closed down one-point-seven percent after recovering from a four-percent drop when the market opened. This slight recovery had a posi...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Silicon Valley VC's Investing in Korea / Asia Panel - 2013 beGLOBAL in Silicon Valley

    This panel delves into the WHY (ROI?) and HOW Silicon Valley VC's invest in Korea/Asia. Eric Kim, Managing Director: Maverick Capital -Background: Eric Kim is a Managing Director with Maverick Capital where he focuses on the Firm's private investments globally and has led a number of investments in technology-based companies. Specific to Korea, Maverick has made investments in KakaoTalk and Coupang and continues to seek emerging innovative companies. Prior to joining Maverick, Eric co-founded Biomimedia and also worked in the US and Asia as a member of McKinsey & Company's global strategy practice focusing on M&A, technology licensing, turnaround strategies and new product launches. Eric received his MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business and his Bachelors Degree in Cognitive Sc...

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying 차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

    Korean markets closed a tad higher than expected, despite worries the stock slide in China could pull share prices down. The massive institutional buying had a huge impact on Tuesday′s market close. Kim Hyun-bin reports. Korean stocks closed a tad higher on Tuesday after a massive amount of institutional buying helped keep the momentum going until the closing bell. Korean stocks started weak over worries about the Chinese economy as the Shanghai Composite index fell eight-point-five-percent on Monday the largest drop in eight years. The KOSDAQ fell five-point-eight points, closing at a little over 745. However, the benchmark KOSPI rose zero-point-two-nine points to 2,039 after finding some success in the last hour of trading. The total trading volume stood at 491 million shares, worth 5...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • Matt Faircloth Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

    Matt Faircloth, Founder of http://www.derosagroup.com/ visits the Seoul Real Estate Meetup to talk about the importance of Focus in reaching your goals. The DeRosa Group is dedicated to revitalizing communities for home and business. They are a people-focused, boutique development company offering renovated properties for rent and sale. The DeRosa Group is committed to sustainable design while preserving historic characteristics. From rehabilitation of large commercial spaces to our hallmark residential restorations, we stand out from the rest. In this clip, Matt talks about how he's able to transition from a newbie to a full time real estate investor with over $8m in deals. To contact Matt or learn more about the DeRosa Group, visit: http://www.derosagroup.com/ The Seoul Real Estate ...

    published: 30 Aug 2015
  • Korean Fintech comes to Hong Kong, May 18 2017

    Get the full speaker line up and register here if you are an investor, customer or potential partner of a Korean fintech company coming from Seoul to Hong Kong. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fintech-o2o-fintech-beyond-borders-exploring-korean-fintech-pitch-and-panel-in-hong-kong-tickets-33695198245 Definitely don't sign up for the buffet and drinks (only). It's serious business!

    published: 02 May 2017
  • Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses students at Seoul National University

    And staying with Xi's visit to Seoul, the Chinese leader also went to one of the nation's top universities today to talk to a group of students. And he wasn't shy about sharing a strongly worded lesson over Japan's view of its history. Ji Myung-kil has more. President Xi Jinping became the first Chinese president to speak to a group of Korean students at a local university on Friday. In an address to some 500 students at Seoul National University,... the Chinese leader vowed to further strengthen bilateral relations between Seoul and Beijing through their strategic cooperative partnership. He used strong words to recount the suffering of China and Korea under Japan's militarism in the early 20th century,... describing Tokyo's actions against the two countries as "barbarous and aggressiv...

    published: 04 Jul 2014
Seoul Investment Promotion Video (2015)

Seoul Investment Promotion Video (2015)

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Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea in Far East Asia, is a main gateway to and logistics hub of Northeast Asia, whose production accounts for one third of the world’s total output. The city is ideally situated for day-long business trips, as there are 51 megacities with a population of more than one million within a 3-4 hour flight. The capital of the Baekje and Joseon dynasties, as well as the Korean Empire, Seoul boasts a proud and rich 2,000-year history. It hosted the 1986 Asian Games, the 1988 Summer Olympic Games and the 2002 World Cup. As the epicenter of the global economy moves to Asia, Korea is being recognized as a force that will drive the world economy in the hosting the G20 Summit in 2010. Based on Korea’s favorite geographical location, the country is serving as an outpost for entry into the Asian market, which possesses limitless growth potential. As the capital of Korea, Seoul is gaining global attention as a key city propelling the growth of the Northeast Asia economy. Future Korea demonstrated her potential by becoming the first OECD member country to overcome the global financial crisis in 2008 and successfully. Shaping the World with the Strongest Competitiveness Global Business Hub – Invest Seoul www.investseoul.com www.facebook.com/investseoul https://www.linkedin.com/groups/Invest-Seoul-4557625/about
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INVESTOR CITY / e-Sports: Seoul Bus Station @BEOnow (e)WHATAHEAL

INVESTOR CITY / e-Sports: Seoul Bus Station @BEOnow (e)WHATAHEAL

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JIM ROGERS 2017 - Jim Rogers Talks Donald Trump, China, Oil & Korea

JIM ROGERS 2017 - Jim Rogers Talks Donald Trump, China, Oil & Korea

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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest Updates - http://www.youtube.com/user/elitenwoagenda?sub_confirmation=1 JIM ROGERS 2017 - Jim Rogers Talks Donald Trump, China, Oil & Korea By everything, he means U.S. stocks, which rode Trump’s coattails to record levels following his November victory on euphoria over Trump’s promises to cut taxes, eliminate regulations and boost infrastructure spending. Read: How Trump’s postelection stock market rally stacks up against other presidents Some of that enthusiasm waned in recent weeks as doubts over Trump’s America-first agenda emerged although stocks held gains on Friday as Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the U.S.The famed investor admits that there is a chance that Trump may opt to focus on the positive changes he had promised such as lower taxes and deregulation. “If he does the good things, then happy days are here again,” he said. The challenge for the market is that no one knows what Trump will do once he’s in office, according to Rogers who co-founded the Quantum Fund with billionaire investor George Soros, a vocal critic of President Trump. Read: Soros says Trump ‘uncertainty’ will cause global markets to falter Still, Rogers said there is one asset that will shine no matter which Trump shows up at the White House—the U.S. dollar. “This is a good time to add dollars,” said Rogers, who believes that the greenback will continue to rise through this year into 2018. "Get prepared," warns billionaire commodity guru Jim Rogers, "because we're going to have the worst economic problems in your lifetime and a lot of people are going to disappear." In this wide-ranging interview with MacroVoices' Erik Townsend, the investing legend discusses everything from whether Russia is being scapegoated ("yes, ask Victoria Nuland") "Jim Rogers" Investor Investment Gold Silver Oil Energy Korea Seoul "United States" USA America U.S. Trading Forex "Forex Trading" Cash Wealth Commodity "Stock Market" USD Dollar 2017 2018 China Economy Global Growth "Bull Market" collapse TRUMP Japan "Gold Price" job "emerging markets" development construction euro europe Bank Banking "Savings Account" Savings "binary trading" "binary options" bitcoin "elite nwo agenda" jsnip4 demcad coast to coast cashless society india currency buy sell alex jones change unboxing silver coin fake exposed speech gerald celente david icke mark faber bitcoin price moon fiat currency against cash ("governments love it... they want to control everything"), to his views on gold and the demise of freedom. ...get prepared because we're going to have the worst economic problems we've had in your lifetime or my lifetime and when that happens a lot of people are going to disappear. In 2008 Bear Stearns disappeared, Bear Stearns had been around over 90 years. Lehman Brothers disappeared. Lehman Brothers had been around over 150 years. A long, long time, a long glorious history they’ve been through wars, depression, civil war they've been through everything and yet they disappear. So the next time around it's going to be worse than anything we've seen and a lot of institutions, people, companies even countries, certainly governments and maybe even countries are going to disappear. I hope you get very worried. when you start having bear markets as you I’m sure well know one bad thing happens and another bad thing happens and these things snowball just like in bull markets good news comes out then more good news comes out the next thing you know you're five or six or seven years into a bull market. Mr. Trump has also said he's going to have trade war with China, Mexico, Japan, Korea a few other people that he has named. He swore that on his first day in office he would impose 45% tariffs against China. He's been there three weeks, two or three weeks and he hasn't done it yet but he still got it in his head I'm sure or maybe he's just another politician like all the rest of them. He says one thing and he doesn't mean it at all but he does have at least three people in high levels in his group who are very, very keen to have trade wars with China and other people. “There is a lot of optimism,” said Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings. “People are focusing on the good stuff when it comes to [Donald] Trump,” he said.
https://wn.com/Jim_Rogers_2017_Jim_Rogers_Talks_Donald_Trump,_China,_Oil_Korea
Seoul eases regulations catering to foreign investors & professionals   산업부, FTA

Seoul eases regulations catering to foreign investors & professionals 산업부, FTA

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In an effort to attract more foreign investment.... South Korea′s trade ministry has announced new deregulation plans to help attract a foreign direct investment of 20-billion dollars this year. Equipping the nation′s free economic zones to turn them into a hub for foreign investment... Seoul will facilitate the hiring of more foreign professionals... by raising the quota from the current 20-percent to 30 percent of total employees. Those working in the medical R&D sector will also be allowed to stay up to 5-years... up from the current 3-years. The government will also set up logistics and business infrastructure to attract investors from China and Middle East... to maximize the benefits of free trade deals in those regions. Foreign direct investment in Korea is on the rise... logging 10-billion dollars in mid-July.
https://wn.com/Seoul_Eases_Regulations_Catering_To_Foreign_Investors_&_Professionals_산업부,_Fta
Startup Funding: Term Sheets and Valuation

Startup Funding: Term Sheets and Valuation

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2013
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Giles Hawkins provides insight into pre-money valuation and breaks down the anatomy of a term sheet, discussing concepts such as investor rights and exclusivity Campus is a Google space where entrepreneurs come to learn, share ideas and launch great startups. Find upcoming talks and events at your local Campus: Campus London: https://www.campus.co/london/en/events Campus Madrid: https://www.campus.co/madrid/en/events Campus São Paulo: https://www.campus.co/sao-paulo/en/events Campus Seoul: https://www.campus.co/seoul/en/events Campus Tel Aviv: https://www.campus.co/tel-aviv/en/events Campus Warsaw: https://www.campus.co/warsaw/en/events Recorded on the 6th September 2013 at Campus in London.
https://wn.com/Startup_Funding_Term_Sheets_And_Valuation
Lebanon’s Startup Investors - Panel

Lebanon’s Startup Investors - Panel

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2014
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On the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean in Beirut, Banque du Liban Accelerate 2014 brought together a record 1,600+ entrepreneurs, investors, and professionals from 25 countries around the globe. 53 world class speakers from Seoul to San Francisco put together Blueprints for Success for emerging international startup ecosystems in an unprecedented stellar two-day event. Read more at http://BDLaccelerate.com [Edited by Stephanie Saad]
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South Korea: Rally against rail privatisation draws thousands in Seoul

South Korea: Rally against rail privatisation draws thousands in Seoul

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2013
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Thousands took to the streets of Seoul on Saturday, voicing their support for KORAIL workers as they wage the longest rail strike in the country's history. Despite fears of violent clashes, the mood remained peaceful with riot police patrolling the city centre streets. Protesting KORAIL workers and their supporters oppose the railway company's plans to join forces with an affiliate investor to launch a high-speed train line, which they view as marking a significant step towards railway privatisation. Called for by The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, union strikes are now entering their third week. The protest on Saturday was expected to draw around 100,000. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/111498286331086224967 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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S.Korea is top foreign investor in China in Q1: report / YTN

S.Korea is top foreign investor in China in Q1: report / YTN

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South Korea appeared to be the top foreign investor in China in the first quarter of this year. According to a report released by the Beijing office of the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), South Korean firms invested 1.62 billion dollars in China during the first three months of this year. South Korea came after Hong Kong's 25.94 billion-dollar investment but the city state is a special administrative region of China. Seoul was trailed by Taiwan and Singapore with 1.29 billion dollars and 1.23 billion dollars, respectively. Last year, South Korea's direct investment in China reached an eight-year high of 3.97 billion dollars to rank fifth. The KITA said that the increased investment in the country's largest trading partner reflects South Korean firms' expectations about benefits from the bilateral Seoul-Beijing free trade agreement initialed in February. The two sides seek to implement the deal within this year. ▶ 기사 원문 : http://www.ytn.co.kr/_pn/1207_201505111013143583 ▶ 제보 안내 : http://goo.gl/gEvsAL, 모바일앱, 8585@ytn.co.kr, #2424YTN 유튜브 채널 구독 : http://goo.gl/Ytb5SZ [ 한국 뉴스 채널 와이티엔 / Korea News Channel YTN ]
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Investing in Korean Startups

Investing in Korean Startups

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March 5, 2015 - Alan McGlade, Managing Director of DEV (Digital Entertainment Ventures) and Co-CEO of DEV Korea, discusses investment opportunities in Korean startups and suggests ways to build collaborative bridges between New York and Seoul through DEV’s new fund. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/investing_in_korean_startups.html Produced, Directed, and Edited by Peter Stuehmke.
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Ben Leybovich Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

Ben Leybovich Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

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Ben Leybovich, Investor Educator and Syndicator http://justaskbenwhy.com/ visits the Seoul Real Estate Meetup to talk about cap ex, turnkeys, and why low priced properties don't cashflow for buy and hold investors. Here is the full interview where Ben discusses: * He discusses how he got into real estate * His analysis of Cap Ex and how it affects a properties IRR * Mistakes he's made in the past buying lower priced properties * Goes through a detailed spreadsheet of expenses To contact Ben or learn more about Just Ask Ben Why, visit: http://justaskbenwhy.com/ The Seoul Real Estate Investing MeetUp is a group for anyone who is interested in investing in Real Estate in Korea or abroad. We meet once a month in Seoul. Each MeetUp, we feature experienced investors who are willing to share stories about their investments including how they got started, how their investments are doing, the tools they use to invest, etc. Our goal as a MeetUp is to help motivate and encourage each other to continued success by helping each other out! This is not a PITCH FORUM. Our former guests have included: * Joshua Dorkin, CEO & Founder of BiggerPockets.com * Brandon Turner, VP of Communications and Growth at BiggerPockets.com * Jacob Michaels & his wife Victoria, Korea Investor with over 15 transactions as well as wholesaler in Texas * Josh McNicolls, University Professor and Korea Investor * Sandy Rodriguez, Investor in Yuma, Arizona with over 5 properties * Robert Medlock, Construction Manager for the US Army Corps of Engineers * Jeff Yu, Real Estate Agent in Seoul, Korea * John Van Uytven, Real Estate Investor, Illinois * Engelo Rumora, Ohio Cashflow * Matt Faircloth, DeRosa Group * Benjamin Hauser, Glocal B&D * Chris Clothier, Memphis Invest * Dan Ryu, Glocal B&D * Mark Shaffar, MidWest Equity Partners * Ben Leybovich, Just Ask Ben Why Organizers: John Van Uytven Benjamin Hauser Dan Ryu Jean Luc Leese Ingue Chun Natalie Heo Find out more about us by visiting: http://www.seoulreimeetup.com/ http://www.meetup.com/Seoul-REI-Meetup/ Also, give us a LIKE on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SeoulRealEst...
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Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying   차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying 차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

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Although the Chinese stock market slide had some adverse effects on the Korean market on Tuesday, the benchmark KOSPI closed a tad higher than expected. Kim Hyun-bin reports. The after effects of China′s stock market plunge on Monday has negatively impacted the Korean stock market with KOSPI′s and KOSDAQ′s lows for Tuesday dropping to 2,015 and 720 respectively. Experts say both composite′s were affected by the Shanghai Composite which fell eight-point-five percent on Monday,... the largest drop in eight years. China′s stock market continued its freefall on Tuesday as investors shrugged off efforts by regulators to calm the markets. The Shanghai Composite closed down one-point-seven percent after recovering from a four-percent drop when the market opened. This slight recovery had a positive effect on Korea′s benchmark KOSPI,...closing zero-point-two-nine points higher at 2,039. But China′s recent economic downfall is affecting countries around the world, fanning investor fears. ″China′s weak stock market is starting to be viewed as Beijing′s having a poor economic growth and this in turn starting to have an impact on the Korean stock market.″ The worries don′t stop there, as foreign investors are also fearing a possible interest hike by the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee, diminishing the will to invest in emerging markets. In order to better deal with the current situation, Korea′s Financial Services Commission said early on Tuesday that it will closely monitor the Chinese market and the possible effects it could have on the Korean economy. Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.
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Silicon Valley VC's Investing in Korea / Asia Panel - 2013 beGLOBAL in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley VC's Investing in Korea / Asia Panel - 2013 beGLOBAL in Silicon Valley

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This panel delves into the WHY (ROI?) and HOW Silicon Valley VC's invest in Korea/Asia. Eric Kim, Managing Director: Maverick Capital -Background: Eric Kim is a Managing Director with Maverick Capital where he focuses on the Firm's private investments globally and has led a number of investments in technology-based companies. Specific to Korea, Maverick has made investments in KakaoTalk and Coupang and continues to seek emerging innovative companies. Prior to joining Maverick, Eric co-founded Biomimedia and also worked in the US and Asia as a member of McKinsey & Company's global strategy practice focusing on M&A, technology licensing, turnaround strategies and new product launches. Eric received his MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business and his Bachelors Degree in Cognitive Science from Yale University (Magna Cum Laude), where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was a recipient of the Richard U. Light Fellowship. -- See more at: http://belaunch.com/eng/speaker-lineup/eric-kim/#sthash.324bnJhy.dpuf Tae Hea Nahm, Managing Director: Storm Ventures -Background: Tae Hea Nahm has incubated and invested in industry-leading mobile and SaaS companies, as the first or early investor. In mobile, he has invested in the full mobile stack, ranging from semis to games and likes mobile enterprise. He incubated four mobile startups: AireSpace (where he was the founding CEO), AirPlug, Averail and MobileIron. There, he hired the founders, helped close the investor syndicate and continues as an active board member. As part of his mobile strategy, he works with the major Korean mobile leaders (LGE, Samsung and KT) and has invested in several Korean mobile startups (e.g. Com2uS). He is also a Corporate Strategy Advisor to KT (the leading Korean carrier), and Storm LP. Prior to Storm, Tae Hea was a founding partner of Venture Law Group, a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and an associate at Shin & Kim (leading Korean law firm), where he advised 100's of companies (eg Samsung and Sina.com). Han Kim, General Partner: Altos Ventures -Background: Han Kim is a General Partner and co-founder of Altos Ventures, focusing on investments in the areas of software and business services. He also concentrates on companies with significant business in Asia, leveraging the firm's substantial contacts in the region, particularly in Korea. Han currently serves on the board of Bluehole Studios, CalmSea, Lohika, Pandora.tv, Spicus, TVU Networks, and Woowahan Brothers, and works closely with BCNX, Coupang, I-um, Nable Communications, SeeControl and Vesta Corporation. He also led the firm's prior investments in DemandTec (IBM), Instill (iTradeNetwork), Digital Market (Agile), Evant (Manhattan Associates), iOwn (Citigroup), and Provade (Pinnacle). Before co-founding Altos Ventures in 1996, Han worked at Booz Allen & Hamilton solving strategic and operational issues for global media, retail and distribution companies. Previously, he was at Procter & Gamble. Han also served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Han served two years in Korea, commanding both U.S. and Korean soldiers Han received an MBA from Stanford University and a BS in Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Moderator: Perry Ha, Managing Director: DFJ Athena -Background: Perry Ha is the founder of DFJ Athena, a Draper Fisher Jurvetson affiliate venture fund focused on investments in Korea and the US. He has been an active investor since 1998 when he founded Athena Technology Ventures, a Silicon Valley based venture capital fund with a focus on early-stage startups. He has invested in and/or served on the board of many successful companies including Ipivot (INTC), Demandtec (DMAN), Imparto Software (PKS), ProfitLogic (ORCL), and Zantaz (AUTNF). He also served as an interim CEO at two different companies. He currently serves on the board of several companies in Korea and the US. Prior to venture capital, he led the Technology Management Practice at Gemini Consulting, a global management consultancy, helping Fortune 1000 clients manage technology portfolios and develop new products. Prior to that, he managed an R&D Group at Amicon, a life science devices company, which was successfully sold to Milipore in 1994. He was granted two patents during his tenure at Amicon. He serves on the board of Korean American Society of Entrepreneurs (KASE), on the Visiting Committee at MIT, and on the Leadership Board of MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research. He earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. He was the captain of his collegiate volleyball team and was selected to NCAA All-American Third Team. He is a life-long student and teacher of Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art of which he is a certified Master Instructor. Find more information about the beGlobal conference here: http://beglobal.co
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Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying   차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

Seoul shares edge up on institutional buying 차이나 쇼크에 한국 증시도 동반 약세

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Korean markets closed a tad higher than expected, despite worries the stock slide in China could pull share prices down. The massive institutional buying had a huge impact on Tuesday′s market close. Kim Hyun-bin reports. Korean stocks closed a tad higher on Tuesday after a massive amount of institutional buying helped keep the momentum going until the closing bell. Korean stocks started weak over worries about the Chinese economy as the Shanghai Composite index fell eight-point-five-percent on Monday the largest drop in eight years. The KOSDAQ fell five-point-eight points, closing at a little over 745. However, the benchmark KOSPI rose zero-point-two-nine points to 2,039 after finding some success in the last hour of trading. The total trading volume stood at 491 million shares, worth 5-point-5 billion U.S. dollars. Industry experts say at the start of the day, investors were worried about the Chinese economy and the effects of a possible U.S. interest rate hike, but they managed to find enough bargains to turn the market around. MeanwhileChina′s stock market continued its freefall on Tuesday as investors shrugged off efforts by regulators to calm markets. The Shanghai Composite closed down one-point-seven percent after recovering from a four-percent drop when the market opened. China′s market slump is affecting countries around the world, fanning investor fears. Korea′s Financial Services Commission said early Tuesday that it will closely monitor the Chinese market and the possible effects it could have on the Korean economy. Kim Hyun-bin, Arirang News.
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Matt Faircloth Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

Matt Faircloth Visits the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup

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Matt Faircloth, Founder of http://www.derosagroup.com/ visits the Seoul Real Estate Meetup to talk about the importance of Focus in reaching your goals. The DeRosa Group is dedicated to revitalizing communities for home and business. They are a people-focused, boutique development company offering renovated properties for rent and sale. The DeRosa Group is committed to sustainable design while preserving historic characteristics. From rehabilitation of large commercial spaces to our hallmark residential restorations, we stand out from the rest. In this clip, Matt talks about how he's able to transition from a newbie to a full time real estate investor with over $8m in deals. To contact Matt or learn more about the DeRosa Group, visit: http://www.derosagroup.com/ The Seoul Real Estate Investing MeetUp is a group for anyone who is interested in investing in Real Estate in Korea or abroad. We meet once a month in Seoul. Each MeetUp, we feature experienced investors who are willing to share stories about their investments including how they got started, how their investments are doing, the tools they use to invest, etc. Our goal as a MeetUp is to help motivate and encourage each other to continued success by helping each other out! This is not a PITCH FORUM. Our former guests have included: * Joshua Dorkin, CEO & Founder of BiggerPockets.com * Brandon Turner, VP of Communications and Growth at BiggerPockets.com * Jacob Michaels & his wife Victoria, Korea Investor with over 15 transactions as well as wholesaler in Texas * Josh McNicolls, University Professor and Korea Investor * Sandy Rodriguez, Investor in Yuma, Arizona with over 5 properties * Robert Medlock, Construction Manager for the US Army Corps of Engineers * Jeff Yu, Real Estate Agent in Seoul, Korea * John Van Uytven, Real Estate Investor, Illinois * Engelo Rumora, Ohio Cashflow * Matt Faircloth, DeRosa Group * Benjamin Hauser, Glocal B&D Organizers: John Van Uytven Benjamin Hauser Dan Ryu Find out more about us by visiting: http://www.seoulreimeetup.com/ http://www.meetup.com/Seoul-REI-Meetup/ Also, give us a LIKE on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SeoulRealEstateMeetup/
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Korean Fintech comes to Hong Kong, May 18 2017

Korean Fintech comes to Hong Kong, May 18 2017

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Get the full speaker line up and register here if you are an investor, customer or potential partner of a Korean fintech company coming from Seoul to Hong Kong. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fintech-o2o-fintech-beyond-borders-exploring-korean-fintech-pitch-and-panel-in-hong-kong-tickets-33695198245 Definitely don't sign up for the buffet and drinks (only). It's serious business!
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Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses students at Seoul National University

Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses students at Seoul National University

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And staying with Xi's visit to Seoul, the Chinese leader also went to one of the nation's top universities today to talk to a group of students. And he wasn't shy about sharing a strongly worded lesson over Japan's view of its history. Ji Myung-kil has more. President Xi Jinping became the first Chinese president to speak to a group of Korean students at a local university on Friday. In an address to some 500 students at Seoul National University,... the Chinese leader vowed to further strengthen bilateral relations between Seoul and Beijing through their strategic cooperative partnership. He used strong words to recount the suffering of China and Korea under Japan's militarism in the early 20th century,... describing Tokyo's actions against the two countries as "barbarous and aggressive." Xi said that when the war against Japan was at its height, the Chinese and Korean people experienced a shared suffering and gave sweat and blood to help each other. The Chinese president's evocation of Tokyo's military past is seen by many as a call for Korea and China to confront Japan over its denials of history. He also said that both countries could deepen their mutual understanding by diversifying their cooperation in the cultural arena. "China will open up a new horizon in China-Korea relations as China will pursue peace and cooperation between the two countries. China and Korea must cooperate in order to open up new opportunities. We will strengthen cultural exchanges in the humanities and liberal arts. This will help foster friendly ties among the people of both countries." President Xi said Korea and China are each other's closest partner, biggest investor and most favored place for travel, which has led to rapid growth in Korea-China relations. Ji Myung-kil, Arirang News.
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