The BBC World Service has decided against a proposal to establish a Korean language service, a judgement relayed to British MPs by William Hague last week has shown.
In a letter addressed to the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, Foreign Secretary William Hague said that the World Service had examined the arguments for a Korean BBC
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