Park Jin-young Birthday, Date of Birth

Park Jin-young

Park Jin-young (Hangul: 박진영; born December 31, 1971, also known by his stage names J. Y. Park and The Asiansoul or the initials JYP, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, record producer, record executive, and reality television show judge. Park rose to stardom as a singer following the release of his 1994 debut album, Blue City. In 1997, he became the founder and CEO of JYP Entertainment, one of the most profitable entertainment agencies in South Korea. As the head of JYP Entertainment, Park has developed and managed highly successful K-pop acts including Rain, Wonder Girls, 2PM, Miss A, Got7, Suzy, Stray Kids, Day6, Itzy and Twice.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, December 13, 1971
Place of Birth
Seoul
Age
49
Star Sign

The December 13, 1971 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 346 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 49 years old. Your last birthday was on the Sunday, December 13, 2020, 36 days ago. Your next birthday is on Monday, December 13, 2021, in 328 days. You have lived for 17,934 days, or about 430,419 hours, or about 25,825,168 minutes, or about 1,549,510,124 seconds.

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13th of December 1971 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on December 13, 1971

Cater Directing New Program To Act on Major Media Issues

Date: 14 December 1971

By GEORGE GENT

George GENT

Aspen Inst for Humanistic Studies and Educ Development Academy to start conf program in Feb on major issues relating to communications media, specifically, pub broadcasting, TV and social behavior, Govt and media and cable TV and new technology; D Cater is project dir; comments

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And Why Not the Press?

Date: 13 December 1971

ed scores HR and Sen proposed bills with provision exempting press and other news media from wage-price restrictions; says newspaper is a business and its operations must not be exempted from normal govt processes; fears special treatment by govt will mean special obligations to govt and interference with free press

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NEW HARASSMENT CHARGED IN ATTICA; U.S. Magistrate Told Abuse Followed News Interviews

Date: 14 December 1971

By RALPH BLUMENTHALSpecial to The New York Times

Attica Correctional Facility inmates R Clark and S E Barney, testifying before Fed magistrate inside prison, say that no sooner had they left int with newsmen in Nov in which they complained about harassment and abuse by prison guards than they were subjected to new threats and mistreatment; testimony noted

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Foreign Evacuees Tell of Bengalis' Flight From Dacca as Indian Troops Advance; West Pakistan Backers Reported Entering City

Date: 13 December 1971

By SYDNEY H. SCHANBERGSpecial to The New York Times

Sydney SCHANBERGSpecial

evacuees from Dacca arriving in Calcutta rept Bengali population is fleeing Dacca and Biharis and non-Bengalis are pouring in and being armed by W Pakistani mil; describe 'almost continuous' raids by Indian planes, round-the-clock curfew, nightly blackouts and increased restriction on reporting and movements of foreign newsmen, all of whom are under near confinement in Inter-Continental Hotel; rept man armed with Sten gun entered large USIA bldg, ordered everyone to leave and planted a bomb that caused heavy structural damage to bldg; 1 evacuee says Pakistani soldiers are still burning villages and killing residents in some areas; of 420 evacuees 120 are Amers; illus

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Neil Sheehan of Times Receives The First Drew Pearson Prize

Date: 14 December 1971

Special to The New York Times

N Sheehan of The NY Times awarded first annual Drew Pearson Prize for excellence in investigative reptg for articles on the Pentagon study, Natl Press Club, Washington; Sheehan, in accepting award, says Founding Fathers, in writing the First Amendment, 'imposed upon us a duty, a responsibility to assert the right of the Amer people to know the truth and to hold those who govern them to account'; also says 'I believe that in publishing this history of the Vietnam war, we gave to the Amer people, who had given to those who governed us 45,000 of their sons and $100-billion of their treasure, a small accounting of a debt that can never be repaid'; Sheehan por

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Officers in Dacca Think Indians Will Reach the City in 48 Hours

Date: 13 December 1971

pool dispatch filed by US correspondents says Indian troops are advancing on Dacca from 3 directions and Pakistani officers predict they will reach city in 48 hrs; repts Lt Gen Niazi says he is determined not to surrender; says E Pakistan Gov A M Malik is reptd ailing and is no longer making adm decisions; notes other officials say they are under W Pakistani orders to man their offices or be shot

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Alicia Patterson Awards Won by Five Journalists

Date: 13 December 1971

A Patterson Fund fellowship awarded to R Kleiman (NY Times)

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Campus Trend: Objective News; Campus Papers Put More Stress on Objective News

Date: 14 December 1971

By DOUGLAS E. KNEELANDSpecial to The New York Times

Douglas KNEELANDSpecial

NY Times survey of coll newspapers throughout nation finds many papers which took sharp swing toward radical journalism in late '60s have now made conscious move back to objective news coverage; situations in specific colls discussed; illus

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SENATE APPROVES WIDER U.S. CURB ON RENTS IN CITY; House Expected to Concur on Bringing All Controlled Units Under Guideline RISES MAY BE SMALLER Regulation of Transit Fares and Easing of Retroactive Wages Also in Measure Senate Approves Federal Curb On Rents Controlled by the City

Date: 14 December 1971

By WALTER RUGABERSpecial to The New York Times

Sen approves bill that includes provision which will force Pres Nixon to impose controls on interest rates unless he issues specific category-by-category finding that these are unnecessary

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PRICES ADVANCE ON AMEX AND O-T-C; Gain Is Attributed to News of Cut in Prime Rate

Date: 14 December 1971

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