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Topic - Won Sei-Hoon
South Koreans called President Lee Myung-bak "the Bulldozer" when he plowed into office nearly three years ago with vows to stop coddling North Korea with unconditional aid.
South Korea's spies had information indicating North Korea might attack a front-line island in August, but the intelligence chief dismissed it as a routine threat.
He said future hackers also are sent to study abroad in China and Russia.
In 2009, then-leader Kim Jong-il ordered Pyongyang's "cybercommand" expanded to 3,000 hackers, he said, citing a North Korean government document that he said he obtained that year.