In an editorial today, the English-language Korea Times added its concern.
"We are just about to establish international fame for this country," said an editorial in today's Korea Times, an English-language daily.
In 1970, he started working as an editor at the Korea Times and also did some English language book editing.
Park Moo-jong is the president and publisher of The Korea Times.
Korea Times, a Korean-language newspaper, ran a front-page article reflecting the sentiment.
His involvement was praised by the Korea Times, who described him as a "genius singer-songwriter".
The newspaper sold in the vestibule is The Korea Times.
The data dump from the Korea Times predicts that country's economy will shrink by 5 percent to 6 percent this year.
According to the Korea Times, 30.7 million people voted with turnout at 75.8%.
Reviews have been almost unanimously positive, with The Korea Times calling it "one of the best commercial films this year."