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Korea’s best and brightest

Sept 20,2017
Suh Kyung-bae, chairman of AmorePacific Group, far right, with five recipients of research funds from the Suh Kyung-bae Science Foundation on Monday. The beneficiaries were recognized for their innovative research in the field of life science and will receive 300 to 500 million won ($265,000 to $442,000) annually for the next five years to freely pursue their research. The foundation was established last year with a private donation from Suh with the objective of supporting young scientists in Korea. [AMOREPACIFIC GROUP]