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The reel Goldberg Moser O'Neill presented to the members of the review committee for Kia of North America had Korean subtitles. The agency's co-principal Fred Goldberg lived with a pri" />
The reel Goldberg Moser O'Neill presented to the members of the review committee for Kia of North America had Korean subtitles. The agency's co-principal Fred Goldberg lived with a pri" />

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Seoul men By Daniel S. Levin

The reel Goldberg Moser O'Neill presented to the members of the review committee for Kia of North America had Korean subtitles. The agency's co-principal Fred Goldberg lived with a pri

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Like some of the other contenders in the review, GMO courted Kia for more than a year before the contest actually got under way. But while the shop received a questionnaire, the agency initially failed to make Kia’s short list. It was only after two other agencies dropped out and close friends of Kia marketing vp Dick Macedo lobbied on the shop’s behalf that GMO was invited into the pitch.
From there on in, Goldberg figured it was up to him and his team and, determined to leave no stone unturned, he picked up the Korean etiquette books.

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