People Truly Dedicated to Space Rocket

Choi Bo-shik
September 2009
Korea Focus;Fall2009, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p26
In this article the author discusses the dedication of Koreans to continue with the construction of the space rocket launch pad despite of Russian's retreat in Korea. The Koreans had shown their commitment in the construction of the launch pad by exerting effort on interpreting the design documents left by the Russian experts on March 9, 2007. However, the failed launching of the space rocket has been viewed as an asset because this one way to advance in space.


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