Keijō Nippō

Keijō Nippō / 京城日報 [The Seoul Press], (Seoul, Korea)

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The Keijō Nippō was established under the instruction of the first Japanese Resident-General of Korea, Itō Hirobumi in 1906. The original primary mission was to promote and justify Japan’s interest on the peninsula. After Japanese annexation of Korea in 1910, it became the Governor-General of Korea’s organ paper. The Governor-General acquired its rival Korean-language newspaper the Daehan Maeil Shinbo, consolidated it into Keijō Nippōsha, and established the Maeil Shinbo in the same year. After that, Keijō Nippō’s target readership became Japanese residents in Korea. The Governor-General tightened its media control in the 1930s and consolidated the newspaper press in 1942 as part of its one paper, one province policy. The Keijō Nippō stopped publishing in December 1945.

『京城日報』は初代韓国総監、伊藤博文の指示により1906年に創刊された。当初は日本の朝鮮半島での権益を促進、正当化する目的だった。1910年の日韓併合後、朝鮮総督府の機関紙となった。同年、総督府は韓国語の競合紙、『大韓毎日申報』を買収、京城日報社に統合、『毎日申報』を発刊した。その後は、『京城日報』の対象購買層は在韓日本人になった。1930年代から総督府はメディア統制を強化、1942年に一道一紙で政策として新聞業界を統合した。『京城日報』は1945年12月に廃刊した。

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