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'Korea Now' crosses 100,000 mark on YouTube

'Korea Now' crosses 100,000 mark on YouTubeSouth Korean top wire news service Yonhap’s English YouTube channel crosses 100,000 mark just in 11 months
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The YouTube channel of South Korea's Yonhap News Agency has crossed 100,000 subscribers, company said in a statement Monday.
Yonhap launched last October South Korea’s first English YouTube channel "Korea Now" which reached the milestone early this morning.
"Korea Now aims to offer a fresh look into geopolitical issues on the Korean Peninsula and South Korean popular culture, entertainment and lifestyle," the company said.
The agency also launched a new website at www.koreanow.com, making all "Korea Now" YouTube content accessible to non-subscribers on both computers and smart devices.
"Our aim for this channel is to offer a platform of communication, where anyone interested in Korea could come together, enjoy, and share information on Korea," Korea Now Editor-in-Chief Shin Ji-hong said.  

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