• "Nut rage": Former Korean executive faces possible arrest

    The former Korean Air Lines executive who threw a tantrum on a plane was in court in Seoul on Tuesday for a review of the validity of her arrest warrant. Earlier this month, Cho Hyun-ah forced a plane to return to the gate and kicked off the chief flight attendant. Cho was furious over being served nuts in a bag, not on a plate. She has since apologized for her actions in a public press conference. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing T...

    published: 31 Dec 2014
  • Korean Air chairman and his daughter apologise over "nut rage" incident - 2014

    The Korean Air Lines company executive who delayed a flight in an incident now known as "nut rage" bowed deep in apology on Friday before facing questioning by transport officials. Her father, the airline's chairman, also apologised and said he regretted that he did not raise her properly. Cho Hyun-ah, 40, Korean Air Lines' chairman Cho Yang-ho's eldest child and former vice president at the airline, also said she will apologise personally to the senior flight attendant who was forced out of the flight on December the 5th over an improper serving of nuts in a bag. Clad in a long black coat, she lowered her face as she made brief comments before droves of journalists without making eye contact. Her apology came in response to simmering public anger over her attitude and the airline'...

    published: 03 Aug 2015
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    published: 25 Jan 2014
  • Korean Air Executive On The Run Because Of Nut Incident

    "The Korean Air executive whose conduct aboard an aircraft over a packet of improperly served macadamia nuts led to her resignation has been arrested for violating South Korea's aviation safety laws. Cho Hyun-ah, the daughter of Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho, served as head of in-flight service until the Dec. 5 incident in which she demanded that a South Korea-bound Korean Air jetliner return to a gate at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where it was getting ready for takeoff. As NPR's Bill Chappell reported." Read More Here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2014/12/30/374011911/ex-korean-air-executive-arrested-over-nut-rage-incident Ana Kasparian (http://www.twitter.com/AnaKasparian) and Cenk Uygur (http://www.twitter.com/cenkuygur) break it down on The Young Turk...

    published: 31 Dec 2014
  • Seoul Man: The Inside Story of an American Executive in a Korean Chaebol | February 9, 2017

    As the highest-ranking non-Korean executive at Hyundai Motors headquarters, Frank Ahrens spent three years gaining an insider's perspective on Korean corporate culture. In his new memoir, "Seoul Man," Ahrens recounts the ups and downs of his journey as an American trying to acclimate to daily life in Korea and to working life inside one of the country's top chaebols. Please join KEI for a discussion with Ahrens about his new book and his life in one of the epicenters of Korean corporate culture.

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Former Korean Air Lines Executive, Cho Hyun-ah Apologies For Nut Rage

    Former Korean Air Lines Executive, Cho Hyun-ah Apologies For Nut Rage KOREA AIR EXEC. APOLOGISES FOR 'NUT RAGE' The former Korean Air Lines executive, Cho Hyun-ah, who delayed a flight for 20 minutes because she was unhappy with the way she was served macadamia nuts, has apologised over the incident, that fuelled outrage and ridicule in South Korea. During a press conference on Friday, the 40 year old said she regretted her actions. She added that she will personally apologise to the senior flight attendant who was forced out of the flight on December the 5th over an improper serving of nuts in a bag and not on a plate. The plane had also been forced to return to the gate at the JFK airport in New York. Cho's father, the airline's chairman, also came forward saying he regretted that ...

    published: 12 Dec 2014
  • Ex-Korean Air executive Heather Cho freed in 'nut rage' case

    The woman at the centre of the so-called "nut rage" case in South Korea has been freed after nearly five months in jail. Heather Cho, a former Korean Air Lines executive and daughter of the chairman, came to symbolise the arrogance of the rich and powerful. Her furious on-board outburst at being served nuts in a bag not a dish sparked a thousand puns over how she roasted the crew and forced the plane back to the gate to expel its chief. An appeals court suspended Cho's 10-month sentence, noti… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/05/22/ex-korean-air-executive-heather-cho-freed-in-nut-rage-case What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://w...

    published: 22 May 2015
  • The North Korean Government Explained

    Who Is Kim Jong-un? http://testu.be/1JRPTBc Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml North Korea is a totalitarian state run by a dynastic line of dictators. So, how is the world's most "undemocratic" government structured? Learn More: Democratic People's Republic of KOREA Public Administration Country Profile http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un/unpan024187.pdf "An independent kingdom for much of its long history, Korea was occupied by Japan in 1905 following the Russo-Japanese War." Absolutely Everyone Voted for Kim Jong-un in North Korea's Election https://news.vice.com/article/absolutely-everyone-voted-for-kim-jong-un-in-north-korea-s-election "In an overwhelming show of support for the current North Korean leadership, not a single vote was cast in opposition to Sup...

    published: 29 Jul 2015
  • Former Korean Air executive apologises for 'nut rage'

    http://twitter.com/onlyfirstnews Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho has apologised for delaying a plane over a serving of nuts, in her first public appearance since the incident. Her father, airline chairman Cho Yang-ho, also apologised at a news conference, amid a simmering backlash in South Korea. He said Ms Cho, who has resigned from the airline, would be stripped of roles in affiliated companies. The government is probing the incident, which has dominated headlines. Ms Cho was onboard a Korean Airlines plane departing from New York for Incheon last week when she demanded a crew member to be removed, after she was served nuts in a bag, instead of on a plate. Korean Air initially defended Ms Cho's behaviour, noting that as vice-president overseeing flight service, she was respo...

    published: 12 Dec 2014
  • 'Nut rage': Former Korean Air executive visits air stewards

    http://twitter.com/onlyfirstnews A former Korean Air executive has tried to apologise in person to two flight attendants for the way she treated them over how she was served nuts. Heather Cho visited the homes of the pair - but both were out, so she left them a note instead. She had ordered the head steward be removed from a flight after being served nuts in a bag, not on a plate. The incident forced the flight to Seoul to be delayed. She resigned from her posts in the company afterwards. The head steward, Park Chang-jin, has alleged that Ms Cho forced him and a female attendant to kneel and beg forgiveness. However, she has denied this: "I've never heard such thing. I don't know anything about it," AFP quoted her as saying. 'Foolish' Ms Cho told a news conference on Friday that she ...

    published: 14 Dec 2014
  • Seoul Man: A Memoir of Cars, Culture, Crisis...Inside A Korean Corporate Titan

    September 15, 2016 - Frank Ahrens, who served eighteen years as a journalist with the Washington Post, reflects on his experience living and working in Korea. Ahrens was the highest-ranking non-Korean executive at Hyundai Motor Company. A book signing follows. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/seoul_man.html

    published: 16 Sep 2016
  • BBC News Korean Air 'nut rage' executive Heather Cho resigns

    A Korean Air executive who delayed a plane because she was angry with the way she had been served nuts by an air steward has resigned, the airline says. Heather Cho, a vice-president of the airline and daughter of its chairman, had demanded the crew member be removed from a flight last Friday for failing to serve the nuts on a plate

    published: 10 Dec 2014
  • South Korean Court Orders Release of Ex-Korean Air Lines Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case

    South Korean Court Orders Release of Ex-Korean Air Lines Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case A South Korean appeals court ordered the release on Friday of a former Korean Air Lines executive convicted after an outburst over the way she had been served macadamia nuts, suspending her jail sentence. Heather Cho, the daughter of the airline's chairman, was sentenced in February to one year in prison over the Dec. 5 incident at New York's John F. Kennedy airport, where she forced the plane to return to its gate in order to expel the flight's crew chief. 'Nut rage' exec gets suspended sentence

    published: 22 May 2015
  • Apology for 'nut rage' from former Korean Air executive

    Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho has apologised for delaying a plane over a serving of nuts, in her first public appearance since the incident

    published: 12 Dec 2014
  • Korean Air executive found guilty in air-rage case

    A South Korean court has found a former Korean Air executive guilty of violating aviation safety law and jailed her for one year. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.

    published: 12 Feb 2015
  • Outrage after S Korean contestant lambasted on Asia's Next Top Model

    For More Latest News Subscribe us: The treatment of a South Korean contestant in the latest episode of TV show Asia's Next Top Model has sparked a backlash on social media. Kim Sang-in, 23, made a tearful apology to Subaru executive and guest judge Glenn Tan, after he lambasted her for rolling her eyes during a photo shoot. The shoot involved models posing around a convoy of Subaru cars, one of the show's main sponsors. After Mr Tan's outburst viewers expressed their anger online. Hundreds of angry fans flooded the show's official Facebook page with strongly-worded comments to defend the South Korean model after the show aired on Wednesday night. The BBC has approached both Subaru and Asia's Next Top Model for comment. A snippet of the incident, uploaded onto the show's Facebook page, ha...

    published: 31 Mar 2016
"Nut rage": Former Korean executive faces possible arrest

"Nut rage": Former Korean executive faces possible arrest

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The former Korean Air Lines executive who threw a tantrum on a plane was in court in Seoul on Tuesday for a review of the validity of her arrest warrant. Earlier this month, Cho Hyun-ah forced a plane to return to the gate and kicked off the chief flight attendant. Cho was furious over being served nuts in a bag, not on a plate. She has since apologized for her actions in a public press conference. Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Korean Air chairman and his daughter apologise over "nut rage" incident - 2014

Korean Air chairman and his daughter apologise over "nut rage" incident - 2014

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The Korean Air Lines company executive who delayed a flight in an incident now known as "nut rage" bowed deep in apology on Friday before facing questioning by transport officials. Her father, the airline's chairman, also apologised and said he regretted that he did not raise her properly. Cho Hyun-ah, 40, Korean Air Lines' chairman Cho Yang-ho's eldest child and former vice president at the airline, also said she will apologise personally to the senior flight attendant who was forced out of the flight on December the 5th over an improper serving of nuts in a bag. Clad in a long black coat, she lowered her face as she made brief comments before droves of journalists without making eye contact. Her apology came in response to simmering public anger over her attitude and the airline's handling of the incident. Some said the apology came too late. Cho could face legal action if the transport ministry's probe shows that she violated aviation safety law. Cho, who was head of cabin service at Korean Air, was angered when a flight attendant in first class offered her macadamia nuts in a bag, not on a plate. She ordered a senior crew member off the plane, forcing it to return to the gate at John F. Kennedy airport in New York City. Her actions caused uproar in South Korea and abroad. South Korean media called the 40-year-old a 'princess' and some Koreans said she was an international embarrassment to her country. In a separate probe, prosecutors searched the headquarters of Korean Air Lines on Thursday after a civil society group laid a complaint about Cho's behaviour on the plane. Korean Air Lines had earlier excused her behaviour even as it apologised for inconveniencing passengers. The flight bound for South Korea was delayed by 20 minutes due to the incident. Earlier this week, Cho resigned as Korean Air's head of cabin service but retained other executive roles at the airline and its affiliated companies. Her father said on Friday that Cho is resigning from executive roles at all affiliates of Hanjin, the group that controls Korean Air. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e9935928802e84bcff01b9984ba490e8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lineage2 Korean Executive remnon Total War

Lineage2 Korean Executive remnon Total War

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Korean Air Executive On The Run Because Of Nut Incident

Korean Air Executive On The Run Because Of Nut Incident

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"The Korean Air executive whose conduct aboard an aircraft over a packet of improperly served macadamia nuts led to her resignation has been arrested for violating South Korea's aviation safety laws. Cho Hyun-ah, the daughter of Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-ho, served as head of in-flight service until the Dec. 5 incident in which she demanded that a South Korea-bound Korean Air jetliner return to a gate at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where it was getting ready for takeoff. As NPR's Bill Chappell reported." Read More Here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2014/12/30/374011911/ex-korean-air-executive-arrested-over-nut-rage-incident Ana Kasparian (http://www.twitter.com/AnaKasparian) and Cenk Uygur (http://www.twitter.com/cenkuygur) break it down on The Young Turks. Support TYT for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20
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Seoul Man: The Inside Story of an American Executive  in a Korean Chaebol | February 9, 2017

Seoul Man: The Inside Story of an American Executive in a Korean Chaebol | February 9, 2017

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As the highest-ranking non-Korean executive at Hyundai Motors headquarters, Frank Ahrens spent three years gaining an insider's perspective on Korean corporate culture. In his new memoir, "Seoul Man," Ahrens recounts the ups and downs of his journey as an American trying to acclimate to daily life in Korea and to working life inside one of the country's top chaebols. Please join KEI for a discussion with Ahrens about his new book and his life in one of the epicenters of Korean corporate culture.
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Former Korean Air Lines Executive, Cho Hyun-ah Apologies For Nut Rage

Former Korean Air Lines Executive, Cho Hyun-ah Apologies For Nut Rage

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Former Korean Air Lines Executive, Cho Hyun-ah Apologies For Nut Rage KOREA AIR EXEC. APOLOGISES FOR 'NUT RAGE' The former Korean Air Lines executive, Cho Hyun-ah, who delayed a flight for 20 minutes because she was unhappy with the way she was served macadamia nuts, has apologised over the incident, that fuelled outrage and ridicule in South Korea. During a press conference on Friday, the 40 year old said she regretted her actions. She added that she will personally apologise to the senior flight attendant who was forced out of the flight on December the 5th over an improper serving of nuts in a bag and not on a plate. The plane had also been forced to return to the gate at the JFK airport in New York. Cho's father, the airline's chairman, also came forward saying he regretted that he did not raise her properly. Cho could face legal action if the transport ministry's probe shows that she violated aviation safety law.
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Ex-Korean Air executive Heather Cho freed in 'nut rage' case

Ex-Korean Air executive Heather Cho freed in 'nut rage' case

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The woman at the centre of the so-called "nut rage" case in South Korea has been freed after nearly five months in jail. Heather Cho, a former Korean Air Lines executive and daughter of the chairman, came to symbolise the arrogance of the rich and powerful. Her furious on-board outburst at being served nuts in a bag not a dish sparked a thousand puns over how she roasted the crew and forced the plane back to the gate to expel its chief. An appeals court suspended Cho's 10-month sentence, noti… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/05/22/ex-korean-air-executive-heather-cho-freed-in-nut-rage-case What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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The North Korean Government Explained

The North Korean Government Explained

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Who Is Kim Jong-un? http://testu.be/1JRPTBc Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml North Korea is a totalitarian state run by a dynastic line of dictators. So, how is the world's most "undemocratic" government structured? Learn More: Democratic People's Republic of KOREA Public Administration Country Profile http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un/unpan024187.pdf "An independent kingdom for much of its long history, Korea was occupied by Japan in 1905 following the Russo-Japanese War." Absolutely Everyone Voted for Kim Jong-un in North Korea's Election https://news.vice.com/article/absolutely-everyone-voted-for-kim-jong-un-in-north-korea-s-election "In an overwhelming show of support for the current North Korean leadership, not a single vote was cast in opposition to Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un in Sunday's elections." Democracy Index 2014 Democracy and its discontents A report from The Economist Intelligence Unit http://www.sudestada.com.uy/Content/Articles/421a313a-d58f-462e-9b24-2504a37f6b56/Democracy-index-2014.pdf "The Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index provides a snapshot of the state of democracy worldwide for 165 independent states and two territories-this covers almost the entire population of the world and the vast majority of the world's states (micro states are excluded)." Subscribe to TestTube News! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml _________________________ TestTube News is committed to answering the smart, inquisitive questions we have about life, society, politics and anything else happening in the news. It's a place where curiosity rules and together we'll get a clearer understanding of this crazy world we live in. Watch more TestTube: http://testtube.com/testtubenews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=testtubenetwork TestTube on Twitter https://twitter.com/TestTube Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez TestTube on Facebook https://facebook.com/testtubenetwork TestTube on Google+ http://gplus.to/TestTube Download the New TestTube iOS app! http://testu.be/1ndmmMq Special thanks to Julia Wilde for hosting TestTube! Check Julia on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Julia_SCI
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Former Korean Air executive apologises for 'nut rage'

Former Korean Air executive apologises for 'nut rage'

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http://twitter.com/onlyfirstnews Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho has apologised for delaying a plane over a serving of nuts, in her first public appearance since the incident. Her father, airline chairman Cho Yang-ho, also apologised at a news conference, amid a simmering backlash in South Korea. He said Ms Cho, who has resigned from the airline, would be stripped of roles in affiliated companies. The government is probing the incident, which has dominated headlines. Ms Cho was onboard a Korean Airlines plane departing from New York for Incheon last week when she demanded a crew member to be removed, after she was served nuts in a bag, instead of on a plate. Korean Air initially defended Ms Cho's behaviour, noting that as vice-president overseeing flight service, she was responsible for making sure service standards were upheld. It later apologised. On Friday afternoon Ms Cho bowed in apology when she spoke to reporters outside a government building, where she was due to meet transport officials. "I sincerely apologise," she said, adding that she planned to say sorry personally to affected crew members. Hours earlier her father called a press conference and said he was apologising "as a father and head of Korean Air". He called his daughter's conduct "foolish", and added: "I beg the people to blame me for the current situation, because everything is my fault... I failed to properly educate my daughter." Mr Cho also announced that his daughter would step down from all her posts in companies under the Cho family-owned Hanjin Group, which also owns Korean Air. Ms Cho was the chief executive of KAL Hotel Network, Wangsan Leisure Development, and Hanjin Travel Service, and also a board director of Korean Air, according to Yonhap news agency. Analysis: Stephen Evans, BBC News, Seoul The "nut rage fiasco", as the Korean papers call it, has generated intense debate. The Korea Times, for example, compares Korean Air with BMW. Both are firms which are substantially owned by families, but the German firm is run by people who started at the bottom - its chief executive has no family ties. As the paper puts it: "The two (companies) couldn't be further apart from each other in terms of corporate governance". A business school professor in Seoul described the incident as a "dismal side effect of dynastic leadership succession", while a left-wing campaign group said it illustrated a "feudal form of employer-employee relationship". There is also much ruminating on the behaviour of the rich. It seems that air crew, in particular, can have a difficult time when serving them. Last year, a passenger in business class slapped a stewardess with his rolled-up magazine because he felt his rice was under-cooked. The Hanjin Group is one of South Korea's top family conglomerates, called chaebol. Some South Koreans resent the chaebols for dominating the economy. Some of the families running these businesses have been accused of acting with impunity, and running companies with a lack of transparency or poor corporate governance. The Cho family has made headlines before. Mr Cho was at the epicentre of a tax evasion and embezzlement scandal in the late 1990s and was later jailed for seven months.
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'Nut rage': Former Korean Air executive visits air stewards

'Nut rage': Former Korean Air executive visits air stewards

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http://twitter.com/onlyfirstnews A former Korean Air executive has tried to apologise in person to two flight attendants for the way she treated them over how she was served nuts. Heather Cho visited the homes of the pair - but both were out, so she left them a note instead. She had ordered the head steward be removed from a flight after being served nuts in a bag, not on a plate. The incident forced the flight to Seoul to be delayed. She resigned from her posts in the company afterwards. The head steward, Park Chang-jin, has alleged that Ms Cho forced him and a female attendant to kneel and beg forgiveness. However, she has denied this: "I've never heard such thing. I don't know anything about it," AFP quoted her as saying. 'Foolish' Ms Cho told a news conference on Friday that she was sorry for her behaviour. Her father, Korean Air chairman Cho Yang-Ho, also apologised for what he called his daughter's "foolish act". Mr Cho said his daughter would step down from all her posts in companies under the Cho family-owned Hanjin Group, which also owns Korean Air. She had been head of in-flight service for the airline. The Hanjin Group is one of South Korea's top family conglomerates, called chaebol. South Koreans seem to view the events with both anger and amusement, says the BBC's Korea correspondent, Steve Evans. They started a debate about whether the country's large family firms unduly favour the children of the owners, our correspondent adds.
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Seoul Man: A Memoir of Cars, Culture, Crisis...Inside A Korean Corporate Titan

Seoul Man: A Memoir of Cars, Culture, Crisis...Inside A Korean Corporate Titan

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September 15, 2016 - Frank Ahrens, who served eighteen years as a journalist with the Washington Post, reflects on his experience living and working in Korea. Ahrens was the highest-ranking non-Korean executive at Hyundai Motor Company. A book signing follows. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/seoul_man.html
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BBC News   Korean Air 'nut rage' executive Heather Cho resigns

BBC News Korean Air 'nut rage' executive Heather Cho resigns

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A Korean Air executive who delayed a plane because she was angry with the way she had been served nuts by an air steward has resigned, the airline says. Heather Cho, a vice-president of the airline and daughter of its chairman, had demanded the crew member be removed from a flight last Friday for failing to serve the nuts on a plate
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South Korean Court Orders Release of Ex-Korean Air Lines Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case

South Korean Court Orders Release of Ex-Korean Air Lines Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case

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South Korean Court Orders Release of Ex-Korean Air Lines Executive in 'Nut Rage' Case A South Korean appeals court ordered the release on Friday of a former Korean Air Lines executive convicted after an outburst over the way she had been served macadamia nuts, suspending her jail sentence. Heather Cho, the daughter of the airline's chairman, was sentenced in February to one year in prison over the Dec. 5 incident at New York's John F. Kennedy airport, where she forced the plane to return to its gate in order to expel the flight's crew chief. 'Nut rage' exec gets suspended sentence
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Apology for 'nut rage' from former Korean Air executive

Apology for 'nut rage' from former Korean Air executive

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Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho has apologised for delaying a plane over a serving of nuts, in her first public appearance since the incident
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Korean Air executive found guilty in air-rage case

Korean Air executive found guilty in air-rage case

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A South Korean court has found a former Korean Air executive guilty of violating aviation safety law and jailed her for one year. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.
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Outrage after S Korean contestant lambasted on Asia's Next Top Model

Outrage after S Korean contestant lambasted on Asia's Next Top Model

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For More Latest News Subscribe us: The treatment of a South Korean contestant in the latest episode of TV show Asia's Next Top Model has sparked a backlash on social media. Kim Sang-in, 23, made a tearful apology to Subaru executive and guest judge Glenn Tan, after he lambasted her for rolling her eyes during a photo shoot. The shoot involved models posing around a convoy of Subaru cars, one of the show's main sponsors. After Mr Tan's outburst viewers expressed their anger online. Hundreds of angry fans flooded the show's official Facebook page with strongly-worded comments to defend the South Korean model after the show aired on Wednesday night. The BBC has approached both Subaru and Asia's Next Top Model for comment. A snippet of the incident, uploaded onto the show's Facebook page, has drawn more than 1,000 angry reactions from fans. In the full episode, broadcast on Wednesday night, Ms Kim was shown looking away as Mr Tan arrives at the scene of the photo shoot challenge among the convoy of cars. He was later shown confronting her about that moment. "Who do you think you are to roll your eyes at me? I would never ever hire you," he said. The contestant broke down in tears and offered an explanation and apology, followed by a traditional Korean bow. She was not allowed to have her final photograph submitted for judging by the panel. Cherry Mae Galiza, a viewer from the Philippines, said on Facebook it was the show's "worst cycle ever", saying Mr Tan had been "very unprofessional". "I've had enough," she said. "Just because he is a sponsor does not mean he can yell at a girl like that," said Lucas Tai in Malaysia.
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