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- News Briefing: At an annual Security Consultative Meeting that took place in Washington, South Korea and the United States seemingly differed on the conditions-based transfer of wartime operational control(OPCON) from Washington to Seoul. (Robert Koehler)
- In-Depth News Analysis: Reporter Shim Kyu-seok from the Korea Joongang Daily and Deputy Director of Human Rights Watch's Asia Division Phil Robertson talk about the latest developments surrounding the fatal shooting of a South Korean fisheries official by North Korean troops. They also talk about the victim's family which has raised issues with the Korea Coast Guard's conclusion on the incident, and discuss what needs to be done.
- Korea Trending with Lee Ju-young: A nationwide population census is launched on Thursday(인구주택총조사), a final court ruling related to the late K-pop singer Goo Hara is delivered(최종범 징역 1년 확정) and BTS's entertainment company Big Hit Entertainment makes their stock market debut(빅히트 엔터테인먼트 상장).
- Explore Korea: Andy St. Louis shares a pair of solo exhibitions by two of South Korea's leading female contemporary artists. Andy talks about how Yang Haegue uses everyday objects for her exhibition at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art(양혜규 개인전 “O2 & H2O”) and how Koo Jeong A displays her glow-in-the-dark paintings series at PKM Gallery(구정아 개인전 “2O2O”).
- Morning Edition Preview with Mark Wilson-Choi: Mark shares a piece from the Korea Times that talks about the changing travel patterns of South Koreans and a piece in the Korea Herald that features different camping sites one can visit in South Korea.