A Trip At The Korea Industrial Complex Corporation
A group of International students and professors had a trip to the Korea Industrial Complex Corporation( KICOX) in Seoul on June 22, 2012. They learned how South Korea has developed a miracle economic through its national industrialization. Just before inspecting each industry, a group had a photo taken with KICOX president Kyong Soo Kim at their office building.
KICOX was established in 2000 for the purpose of attracting high-tech and knowledge industries located at the Guro Industrial Complex, Seoul. KICOX has 71,497 member companies across the country, more than 90% of the total companies in South Korea.
For the first site, the group moved to Dongwoo Animation, which is a leading company of the animation industry in Korea, which is a subcontractor for US and Japanese productions. Its products are Bristol Expedition, New Dooly, Kaasan Mom’s Life, Zoobles, etc. The next site is Crenova, which is a digital entertainment venture business, which provides entertainment solutions and games for diverse platforms, including online, arcade, mobile and consoles. This company product has eyes on by many musicians.
The third site is Combustech, which provided excellent educational and visual display solutions completed with unique touch-sensitive interfaces and imaging technologies. For examples, 3D educational contents and animations, 3D e-boards, etc.
The group’s last site is Acetel, it products digital broadcasting, terrestrial broadcasting, cable TVs, IPTVs, smart media and media arts.
In 1960, South Korea per capital was just GDP $79, now, in 2011, it’s per capital GDP is $22,700, making Korea a very rapid growth country. In 2012, the corporation has main focuses on eco-friendly Green companies.
A group of visitors at the Korean company