Poached News: Police Probe Pesky Pachyderm, President Heading to Steel City, Nike Stores Rejoice, Mega-Mall Opens
Gwangjin police are investigating the possiblity that an elephant was the culprit in a rock-throwing incident at Children’s Grand Park Zoo that sent one woman to the hospital. Word is the elephant became the prime suspect when several peanut shells were found in the area. President Lee Myung-bak will be participating in the G20 summit Sept. 20th-26th to discuss globalization and green growth, in Pittsburgh of all places. Apparently no venues were available in Chernobyl on those dates. In economic news, Korea’s own Park Ji-sung has extended his contract with Manchester United through 2012, guaranteeing that all the Nike outlets on the peninsula will still be half-filled with ManU jerseys. And in case you couldn’t find anywhere to shop in Seoul, a new indoor/outdoor mall is opening in Yeongdeungpo today. Odds-makers are giving an early betting line of 3-1 that it’s a Family Mart by this time next year.
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