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Konami, NHN Co-Developing Winning Eleven Online  
by Eric Caoili [08.31.11]
Konami is working with Seoul-based firm NHN to develop an online version of its popular sports franchise Winning Eleven, or Pro Evolution Soccer in the West, that will debut for PCs in Korea starting next year.
Social/Online, Korea, Design

This Week In Korean Online Gaming News: From e-Stars Seoul To Knight Online  
by Eric Caoili [08.26.11]
Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest reports on South Korea's booming online games market from local news site This Is Game, this time looking at Knight Online's European launch and e-stars Seoul 2011
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

Redduck, NHN Bringing Metro Conflict To Japan  
by Eric Caoili [08.24.11]
Korean studio Redduck, which developed popular free-to-play game Alliance of Valiant Arms, has partnered with publisher NHN Japan to release its latest MMO first-person shooter Metro Conflict: Presto in the Japanese market.
Social/Online, Korea, Design

Kunlun Plans $46M+ Fund For Korean Game Development  
by Eric Caoili [08.17.11]
The recently established Korean branch of Chinese online game company Kunlun says it's planning to partner with the local government and other backers to create an investment fund of more than $46 million for Korean games.
Social/Online, Korea, Design

Gamevil Reaches 50M Mobile Game Downloads  
by Eric Caoili [08.10.11]
Seoul-based developer and publisher Gamevil has surpassed 50 million downloads for its mobile games, which includes popular series like Zenonia, NOM, Baseball Superstars, Soccer Superstars, and Air Penguin.
Smartphone/Tablet, Korea, Design

This Week In Korean Online Gaming News: From North Korean Hackers To Cabal 2  
by Eric Caoili [08.05.11]
Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest reports on South Korea's booming online games market from local news site This Is Game, this time looking at North Korean hackers targeting South Korean MMORPGs, and an uno
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

This Week In Korean Online Gaming News: From NATE To Nexon  
by Eric Caoili [07.29.11]
Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest reports on South Korea's booming online games market from local news site This Is Game, this time looking at MapleStory on Facebook, 35 million users' info leaked
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

This Week In Korean Online Gaming News: From Curfews To Gambling 1
by Eric Caoili [07.15.11]
Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest reports on South Korea's booming online games market from local news site This Is Game, this time looking at a lawsuit against Korea's "Cinderella" curfew law, random item
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

Webzen Suing FireFall Developer Red 5 Korea  
by Eric Caoili [07.13.11]
Responding to Red 5 Studios' attempt to cancel its Asian publishing agreement for online team-based shooter FireFall, Korean firm Webzen is suing against the developer for allegedly breaching their contract.
Korea, Business/Marketing

This Week In Korean Online Gaming News: From NCsoft To Mobile Game Ratings  
by Eric Caoili [07.08.11]
Gamasutra rounds up the week's biggest reports on South Korea's booming online games market from local news site This Is Game, this time looking at NCsoft's likely acquisition of Ntreev, mobile game ratings, and
Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet, Korea, Business/Marketing

Korean Developer WeMade's Co-CEO Kevin Seo Resigns  
by Eric Caoili [07.06.11]
Korean online game developer and operator WeMade Entertainment announced that Kevin 'Sookiel' Seo, co-CEO of the firm alongside founder Kwan-Ho Park, has stepped down from his position for personal reasons.
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

Neowiz Investing $28M In Small Studios  
by ThisIsGame Editors [06.29.11]
South Korean online game developer and publisher Neowiz announced plans to invest $28 million in small studios over the next three years as part of its efforts to help grow its own company.
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing

Korea's GCF: Scientific Standards For Game Addiction Needed 1
by ThisIsGame Editors [06.22.11]
South Korea's Game Culture Foundation, which opened a local game addiction clinic earlier this month, said there needs to be scientific standards for game addiction.
Social/Online, Korea, Business/Marketing