A Trip At The Korea In­dus­trial Com­plex Cor­po­ra­tion

The Global Digest (English) - - Contents - By Staff Cor­re­spon­dent

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

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