Such broad readership is the major difference between Sae Mulli and JKPS, an English-only journal published by KPS.
Secondly, Sae Mulli published papers in Korean but with English-written abstracts in order to inform Korean physics research results to other countries.
Rapid publication duration through the online submission system, 5. Since then the KPS has dedicated itself to developing research in physics and to promoting the application and the extension of such research and further contributions to the development science, as stated ion the objectives of the articles of Incorporation, the KPS.
As a result, the KPS has progressed steadily to become one of the most influential academic societies in Korea and 11 divisions, 7 regional branches, and about 17,000 members.
As a result, Sae Mulli could be listed in Physics Abstracts (now INSPEC) from the beginning of the publication.
In the year 2010, Sae Mulli has changed the name into New Physics: Sae Mulli for an international readership, starting to publish English-written papers as well as previous Korean-written ones.
Also, the KPS has joined several physics-related organizations such as the IUPAP, the AAPPS, and the APCTP.
New Physics: Sae Mulli monthly publishes peer-reviewed research papers and review papers which make significant, original and correct contributions to one of four categories of physics: 1) review of current physics topics, 2) applied physics(condensed matter, optics, etc.), 3) particle and nuclear physics, 4) other areas of physics (physics education, atomic and molecular physics, interdisciplinary, etc.).
Both experimental and theoretical papers are accepted. The review papers deliver the current physics topics of interests and the current instrumentation (both experimental and theoretical) knowledge at the university level so that even advanced high school students or undergraduate students can access easily.
Papers based on successful and original student projects done at Korean local universities are specially welcome.