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[K-Terminology] Koreans being overworked to death in 'kwarosa'
Korea Post says average annual working hours for postal workers in 2016 was 2,531 hours, or 48.7 hours a week - 8.7 hours more than the na...
Samsung chief questioned second day on bribery charges
Special prosecutors questioned Samsung Group’s de facto leader Lee Jae-yong for the second straight day Sunday on suspicions of bribery in...
Protesters clash over Park's impeachment
On the fourth anniversary of Korean President Park Geun-hye’s administration, there were two large rallies in Seoul, one calling for Park’...
Top court reaffirms final hearing on Park's impeachment on Feb. 27
BoA gets gig to host second 'Produce 101' season
Singer and actress BoA will be sole host of hit Korean TV music audition show “Produce 101.” Filming of the second season is slated for th...
Hooked: Korea's 'salmon renaissance'
People love to eat, and Koreans take every opportunity to enjoy their food. Beaches and mountain valleys are often bustling with food stal...
Is wild salmon a better and healthier choice than farmed?
Woman jumps in front of subway train in Daegu
A young woman is lucky to be alive after jumping in front of a subway train in Daegu on Wednesday morning. Police said the woman, surnamed...
[Provincial News] Gwangju to publish daily living guidebooks for foreigners
Gwangju’s efforts to help foreign residents settle in Korea continue this year, with the city’s Gwangsan-gu district working on a guideboo...
Drunk threw egg near President's mansion
Police have fined a drunk man who threw an egg near a Seoul mansion owned by President Park Geun-hye. The man, surnamed Shim, and two othe...
US soldier charged with rape in Busan guesthouse
An American soldier of Korean ethnicity has been charged with raping a Korean woman at a Busan guesthouse. Busan Jungbu police have charge...
South Great Gate to get traffic-free zone
Korea’s first National Treasure is to get a traffic-free entertainment spot, in response to complaints of poor accessibility due to heavy ...
1. Protesters clash over Park's impeachment
2. PM refuses to extend corruption probe
3. Trump declares war on media, barring critical outlets from White House briefing
4. Underdog skater achieves stunning victory
5. President Park will not attend final court hearing
6. S. Korea to raise alert over N. Korea's biochemical weapons
7. Is wild salmon a better and healthier choice than farmed?
8. Fake news poses grave threat to democracy
9. Korean firms seek to beat Nestle, Mars in pet food market
10. Samsung carries out social programs in Asia
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