Based on this, I also wonder how Yoon would look at other new technologies, specifically video games. From friends, I have heard that video games are so popular among youth that they are almost glorified. Video game "professionals" can reach rock-star status, and matches are often viewed like sporting events. It is interesting to think that cell phones are given such bad publicity while video games transcend to such a level in culture.
This reading also made me wonder about the role of "repositioning" of technology in American culture. As mentioned, cable TV often presents possible issues with new technology and new media objects. However, these issues do not seem to reach the status that Yoon describes of Korea. Instead, I would suggest that these issues likely arose a while ago in the U.S., and that our culture has been "repositioned" in response. Is this inevitable for Korea as well?