1. Moon urges parliament to pass budget bill
기사요약: 문재인 대통령은 513조 5천억 원 규모의 내년도 예산안의 편성 방향과 집행정책 기조를 설명하기 위해 국회 시정연설을 했다.
 President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday called for the National Assembly’s cooperation on next year’s budget, stressing the need to inject funds to promote innovation and peace, and to create a fairer society. In his policy speech at the National Assembly, Moon also urged the parliament to pass bills concerning prosecutorial reform, saying they would help create a fairer and more transparent society.
* call for: ~를 필요로 하다, 요청하다
* inject fund: 자금을 투입하다
* prosecutorial: 검찰의
 “Public finances must lead the way to resolve structural problems of our society such as low growth, (economic) polarization, jobs, low birth rates and the aging population,” Moon said, adding that next year’s budget had been drawn up with the aim of creating a society where prosperity is shared through an “innovative, inclusive, fair and peaceful economy.”
* economic polarization: 경제 양극화
 The government has asked for a record-high budget of over 513.5 trillion won ($438.7 billion), which would be an increase of 9.3 percent from this year. The budget bill has met with heavy criticism from the opposition bloc, which accuses the government of attempting to sway public opinion ahead of next year’s general elections.
*record-high: 기록적으로 높은
*sway public opinion: 여론을 흔들다
 Aware of the criticism, Moon said the government budget must act as a “breakwater” against increasing uncertainties and went on to stress that the country’s finances were stable, citing the International Monetary Fund’s recommendation to boost public spending.
* breakwater: 방파제
2. Korea vows to build 250 more hydrogen stations by 2022
기사요약: 국가가 향후 3년간 250개의 수소충전소를 더 지어 수소 인프라를 확충하겠다고 말했다.
 Up to 250 hydrogen charging stations will be built across Korean cities and highways by 2022 to provide drivers access to hydrogen charging within 30 minutes of wherever they are, the government said Tuesday.
*access to: ~에의 접근
 According to the government’s hydrogen infra establishment measure, jointly mapped out by the industry, transport and environment ministries, up to 190 hydrogen charging stations for vehicles and 60 charging stations for buses will be built over the next three years.
 By 2040, up to 1,200 hydrogen stations will be established to help drivers find a station within 15 minutes, according to the government’s plan.
 Currently, the number of hydrogen charging stations is 31, while the government is pushing to increase that number to 86 by year-end.
 Ministries said they aim to roll out 67,000 hydrogen cars in the next three years, including some 2,000 hydrogen buses, and to meet demand of 30,000 tons of hydrogen annually.
*roll out: 제품을 출고하다, 런칭하다, 배달하다