In Korea, the email era is coming to an end because replacement communication means such as Internet messengers, mini-homepages and SMS are wielding their power, reports Digital Chosunilbo. The perception...

In Korea, the email era is coming to an end because replacement communication means such as Internet messengers, mini-homepages and SMS are wielding their power, reports Digital Chosunilbo.

The perception that "email is an old and formal communication means"is rapidly spreading among them. "I use email when I send messages to elders," said a college student.

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