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Mon, January 23, 2017 | 15:41
Lawmaker looks after stray cats at Assembly
The National Assembly opened four outdoor shelters for stray cats on Jan. 4.
Skating for orphans
Grand Hyatt Seoul General Manager Adrian Slater, second from right, poses with over 25 girls and teachers from Songjukwon Girl’s Orp...
New Naver CEO to reshape firm into platform giant
New Naver CEO Han Seong-sook will focus on reshaping the firm’s identity in a way to make it the nation’s largest technology platform prov...
Entrepreneur bridges farmers and consumers
In 2003, Park Jong-beom started working for a company that provided consulting services for farming villages. As he learned about farming ...
Fine Korean food will become global
Yun Kyoung-suk, chef and owner of Yunga Myeongga, is known as “Wonder Woman” among her staff at the Korean fine dining restaurant in downt...
Andrew Martin, the dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan, speaks during the school’...
Kyobo Life Chairman to become 'honorary poet'
Kyobo Life Insurance Chairman Shin Chang-jae will become an “honorary poet” acknowledged by the Society of Korean Poets, the insurer said,...
CICI honors Korea image promoters
Star Korean golfer Pak Se-ri, Kwangjuyo President Cho Tae-kwon and artificial intelligence (AI) AlphaGo were awarded at the Korea Image Aw...
Assembly sanitation workers' long battle pays off
“I have no worries at all now. I’m even unaware of the passage of time while working,” Kim Young-sook, head of the union for sanitation wo...
Veteran war scribe Clare Hollingworth dies at 105
Veteran British war correspondent Clare Hollingworth, celebrated for breaking news of World War II’s start, died Tuesday aged 105.
Leading opposition presidential hopeful Moon Jae-in, ...
College seniors, who were selected to participate&nbs...
People’s Party new leader Rep. Park Jie-won, ri...
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2. Cameras at brothels cause stir
3. Japan wants Dokdo removed from 2018 Winter Olympics website
4. Koreans join Women's March against new US president
5. US asks Korea to arrest Ban Ki-moon's brother
6. World renowned DJ taunts Korean comedian for ripping off his track
7. Seo In-young agency apologizes for 'cussing'
8. ISIS turns Korean trucks into 'war rigs'
9. Korea concerned about Trump's 'America first' policy
10. 'Trump will solve N. Korea issue. No he won't'
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