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- News Briefing: At the event marking the 75th National Police Day on Wednesday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in encouraged officers to build a fair investigative process as his administration pushes forward with plans to redraw investigative parameters for the police and prosecution. (Sam Len)
- In-Depth News Analysis Part 1: Dr. Lee Han-sung, Prof. of Internal Medicine at Severance Hospital, talks about the series of deaths that occurred after people received seasonal flu shots that have many worried about whether the flu vaccines are safe.
- In-Depth News Analysis Part 2: Former FBI Korea chief Kim Kyung-jin talks about the U.S. government accusing six Russian intelligence agency hackers of cyberattacks on the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. He then shares his role in the investigation on the 2018 cyberattack and what will happen from this point.
- Korea Trending with Alex Sigrist: A Korea PR activist and a top actress make an important donation for the centennial of the Battle of Cheongsangri(서경덕, 송혜교 청산리전투 100주년 기념 기부), Mel Rojas Jr. of the KT Wiz tests negative for COVID-19(KT위즈 로하스 코로나19 음성), and K-pop boy group Seventeen has an interview with Billboard magazine about their latest album "[Semicolon]" (세븐틴 빌보드 인터뷰).
- Korea Book Club: Barry Welsh shares "Practicing Emotions(감정 연습)" by Kim Sehee(김세희). Barry talks about the relatable struggles that the young protagonist must face in her difficult working life.
- Morning Edition Preview: Mark shares a piece from the Korea Herald that covers The 25th Busan International Film Festival(BIFF) that kicked off on Wednesday.