Revision with unchanged content. Discourse analysis emerged as a new trans-disciplinary field of study between the mid-1960s and mid-1970s. I have analyzed a particular TV broadcast news discourse called Korean Hurricane Media Discourse (KHMD) from YTN, a Korean cable TV news station. The data presents the topic (Dong-po-ae) of the Korean refugees who were forced to evacuate to Baton Rouge from New Orleans, after facing the destructions of Hurricane Katrina on August 2005. The methods are Ron Scollon’s TV news frames, Teun A. Van Dijk’s superstructure and macrostructure, Allan Bell’s news structure, Dell Hymes’s SPEAKING model, and Erving Goffman’s frameworks. Chapter two discusses the relationships between spoken and written discourse, and between planned and unplanned discourse. In addition, the relationship between discourse and culture is manifested. Chapter three discusses media culture in Korea and the relationship between media and discourse. KHMD is analyzed by Scollon’s three frames. Chapter four shows a comparison of Bell’s with van Dijk’s news schema and macro-analysis in translation. KHMD is contextualized in terms of Hymes’s SPEAKING model in chapter five. Finally, chapter six demonstrates that Hurricane Katrina is interpreted as natural and cultural frameworks. This book is addressed to researchers in Linguistics, Linguistic anthropology, Psycholinguistics, Translation and Mass Communication.