New PM appointed in S Korea reshuffle
South Korea's President, Lee Myung-bak, has replaced the prime minister and seven ministers in the biggest cabinet reshuffle since he took office in 2008.
His nominee to be prime minister, Kim Tae-ho, was once a provincial governor.
The reshuffle also comes less than two weeks after Mr Lee's Grand National Party won parliamentary by-elections seen as a referendum on the president.
Lucy Williamson reports.