Kookmin Bank to hold ‘2022

Kookmin Bank to hold ‘2022 National Creator Festival’

Kookmin Bank (CEO Jae-geun Lee) announced on the 19th that it will hold the ‘2022 National Creators Festival with KB Star Banking’ until October 31st.

The ‘2022 National Creators Festival’ is a video contest held to discover and support potential creators, and any financial consumer using KB Star Banking can participate.

You can participate by making a video introducing KB Star Banking as an individual or a team (up to 4 people), uploading it to the participant’s YouTube account, and submitting it to the KB Star Banking event page.

For this festival, 1 grand prize team, 1 grand prize team, 1 excellent prize team, and 2 encouragement prize teams are selected after evaluation by a jury consisting of video experts.

The grand prize winning team will be given an opportunity to plan and produce collaboration contents with 10 million won in creator growth support and Yoo Byung-jae, a popular broadcaster and YouTuber.

The benefit of listing the winning works on the main screen of KB Star Banking, an app representing Kookmin Bank, is also given.

A high-quality filming equipment set (camcorder, microphone, tripod) will be provided to the winning team of 8 million won in creator growth support and 6 million won to the winning team.

Teams receiving the Encouragement Award will be given priority to participate in the Creator Education Program hosted by the Sandbox Network.

A Kookmin Bank official said, “I am looking forward to the story of KB Star Banking, which will be created by creators with diverse and creative ideas.” 

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By Kim Dong-gi, staff reporter [email protected]

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Controversy spread over the cancellation of the condolences to the British Queen by President Yoon Seok-yeol despite repeated explanations from the presidential office

Many questions arise as to why President Yoon Seok-yeol was unable to go to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II of England.

Questions such as ‘shouldn’t we have started earlier?’, ‘were you not aware of the possibility of this happening in advance?’

According to explanations from the presidential office and vice minister of foreign affairs, President Yun Seok-yeol departed at 9:00 am on the 18th and arrived at the site at 3:30 pm.

At a briefing on the afternoon of the 19th, President Kim Eun-hye, senior public relations chief, said, “It would have been better if the plane arrived earlier as we adjusted the schedule, but because of the unavoidable circumstances, the summit, who arrived by the early afternoon yesterday, was able to pay condolences.”

Due to various complex circumstances, the writing of the ‘Jomunrok’ was guided to today for those who arrived after the early afternoon of yesterday, that is, between 2 and 3 pm,” he said. It is explained that President Yoon, who arrived at 3:30, was instructed to write the condolences instead of condolences.

The question arises as to whether we should have arrived at the site earlier. At a briefing on the night of the 19th (London local time), an official from the presidential office answered a reporter’s question about how he would see the talk of ‘shouldn’t we have departed a little earlier’ in Korea related to the condolence controversy? “It left at 9 am. You can leave at 7am or early in the morning. (But) it was coordinated after sufficient consultation with the royal family.” The official said, “From the point of view of the royal family, if everyone comes early, that would also be a disappointment.”

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