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Thu, January 19, 2017 | 01:09
[Reporter's Notebook] What did they take to streets for?
President Park Geun-hye’s supporters flocked to downtown Seoul to advocate the scandal-ridden leader, Saturday. Despite the unprecedented ...
Gov't inactive info disclosure service irks citizens
While writing the article “Is your curry ethical?” about two Bangladeshi chefs’ unethical labor conditions on Oct. 5, The Korea Times want...
1st step into journalism at police station
Cub reporters in Korea undergo a harsh training procedure called “satsumawari,” which refers to coverage training at police stations. The ...
Google faces scrutiny by Korean regulators
Search engine giant Google is facing increasing scrutiny by Korean regulators over the latest series of heated controversies surrounding i...
Do other than blaming low oil prices
Bank of Korea (BOK) Governor Lee Ju-yeol is a man of confidence. He speaks openly on macroeconomic issues and is not afraid to challenge t...
AIIB vice president's qualifications questioned
Questions have arisen as to whether Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) Vice President Hong Ky-ttack is qualified for his position.
KDB's moral hazard
The recent shambles over the prosecution’s investigation over Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) and Korea Development Bank...
New PyeongChang chief has big shoes to fill
Cho Yang-ho, chief of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, abruptly passed the leadership torch to former Commerce Minister Lee Hee-beom last ...
It's English, stupid!
On a recent business trip to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), this reporter bumped into a group of UAE businessmen in an elevator at the In...
Learning English is rough journey
English only is not enough
Mexico: next emerging market for Korea
Expectations are rising that President Park Geun-hye’s upcoming trip to Mexico will speed up expansion of local companies into the relativ...
Kia's Mexico project gets green light
Korea, Mexico to expand economic, cultural ties
Delay of THAAD deal
Farewell to Amb. Lippert
Let checks and balances work
State leader without empathy
Time to enjoy year end
Park's fate in 'pungsu' theory
Stay the course of openness
Trump through Chinese eyes
Africa's unique weakness to violent extremism
Baseball's doping cheats
1. K-pop star Rain, top actress Kim Tae-hee to marry
2. Japan blasts S. Korea's plan for 'comfort women' statue on Dokdo
3. Korean man abducted in the Philippines found dead
4. Analysts against arrest of Samsung heir
5. Health alerts issued as fine dust blankets Korean Peninsula
6. GM Korea introduces all-new Chevy Cruze
7. Ex-top presidential aide, culture minister grilled in corruption scandal
8. Moon Jae-in extends lead after Ban's return: poll
9. S. Korea confirms 18th Zika virus infection
10. Foreign textbooks increase coverage of Korea
Hyosung Group Chairman Cho Hyun-joon speaks during his inauguration ...
People’s Party new leader Rep. Park Jie-won, right, shakes han...
Green Bay Packers Ty Montgomery scores on 1-yard run against the Dal...
Chicago Bulls forward Jimmy Butler, 21, controls the ball against Me...
College seniors, who were selected to participate in the Korea ...
China-Korea Motor President Rhee Kang-soo speaks during an unveiling...
Home plus models demonstrate gift sets ahead of the Lunar New Year t...
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