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Awarded by the World Bank Group

Me and the head of KPX Training Academy received awards at KGID 2018

As the one responsible for the foreign relations and overseas training at the KPX Training Academy (formerly KPX Education Center), I had been cooperating with the Korea Green Growth Trust Fund (KGGTF), a part of World Bank Group, in running their Korea Green Growth Knowledge Exchange (KGGKE) since early 2017. The program provided by KPX within KGGKE introduces the how the electric power market and the system (power grid) is operated, how the short and long term planning is done, and what efforts have been taking place in regards to the renewable energy. Most of the participants have reacted positively to the our program.

In extending this cooperation, I was invited to the Korea Green Innovation Days (KGID) 2018 event held between May 17 and 18 in Seoul, hosted by the World Bank Group and KGGTF. There, I was given the opportunity to introduce the overseas training programs offered by the KPX Training Academy to the participants of the event at one of the working sessions. Several countries have shown interest in starting discussions for new programs.

Recognizing all these efforts, my company and I were awarded the KGGTF Partner Award (received by the head of the Training Academy, Mr. Bae) and the KGGTF Green Connector Award, respectively, at the end of the event. I thank everyone at my company that helped putting together and running the programs successfully. Several Korean newspapers have reported of this occasion.

- Electric Times
- E2News
- Today Energy
- Business Korea
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Interview with E2News now published

"Power Industry Personnel in the Spotlight" - Woo-Duk Chung, Deputy Manager
Like what happened last year, contents of a recent interview has just been published on a newspaper. It was with an industrial news outlet called "E2News" this time, dealing with the iPhone app I developed last August. I was glad my face was published along with the article, but sadly my last name was misprinted on the paper edition ("Cho" instead of "Chung") and that led to some confusion here and there. I requested a correction and the online and PDF versions reflect this properly.

For more details, see below.

- Online Article (Korean)

- PDF Version (See Page 6)

Newspaper articles on the newly released smartphone app

The ad that never ran



Here's an old one. Dong-A Pharmaceuticals contacted me in early 2002 about doing a newspaper ad. They were doing a series of ads featuring young people with extraordinary achievements, and how Bacchus, the company's flagship energy drink, was supporting such spirits. They showed me the concept design of the ad (on the right), which indicated that I was to be the second person on the series. After several hours of photo session, the studio came up with a finalized photo (small inset photo on the lower right) to be used for the actual ad. I went home and waited for the ad to appear, but eventually I was told that the ad run was canceled. A couple of months later the second series of the ad appeared, featuring a college student that flew fighter jets several times. Oh well. Click on the photo for a larger image.

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