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Communicating in an operating nuclear country

 Kim Jeongsu
  2nd-Jan-2018
Description: Triggered by the Fukushima nuclear disaster (2011), the Korean earthquake in September of 2017 and the screening of the movie Pandora expedited the nationwide dissemination of negative sentiments towards nuclear plants.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Fossil Fuel/Nuclear
Contents:
Communicating
in an operating
nuclear country
June 15. 2017
Jeongsu, Kim
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Co, LTD
Senior Manager, Communication Team

Who We Are
KHNP (HQ) PR Team
PR Strategy
Team

Corporate
PR

Media PR 1

Media PR 2

(Broadcasting)

(Social Media)

Local PR Team
Gori Plant

Hanbit Plant

Hanul Plant

-1-

Wolseong Plant

What We Do
Main Objective
Goverment’s
policy comm.
Reliability ... See more

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