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S. Korea condemns N. Korea's launch of 4 ballistic missiles
Celebrated Korean poems (14)
Since no one has told her the full depth of the water the white butterfly has not the least fear of the sea. It flies down, mistaking it f...
Over 110 students begin preparations for studying abroad
Over 110 high school graduates and university students have joined the International Education Exchange Association (IEEA) Global Campus p...
Career consultant wins Yu Gwansun Award
Hwang Eun-mee, 63, won the Yu Gwansun Award, in recognition of her hard work as president of the Career Consultant Forum (CCF), the South ...
Celebrated Korean poems (13)
The day beyond the day I die lonely in death after lonely living birds will sing as new day dawns and petals unfold on my soul's empty gro...
Interaction key to learning English
Some might not expect a high-quality education from a small school on a tiny island in Incheon, west of Seoul, with less than 30 students....
Single households falling into welfare dead zone
A man in his 60s was found dead on Mt. Gwanak in southern Seoul last week, a victim of “lonely death,” according to Gwanak Police, Monday. The man surnamed Ki...
55% of Korean men link sexual assault with women's behavior
Special counsel team to toss case to prosecution
The prosecution is set to take over the independent counsel team’s investigation of the corruption scandal involving President Park Geun-h...
Top court reaffirms final hearing on Park's impeachment on Feb. 27
Social welfare professor becomes Seoul Cyber University president
Shinil Educational Foundation appointed Lee Eun-joo, 48, a professor of social welfare at Seoul Cyber University (SCU), as the school’s ne...
Korean, U.K. culture ministries expand cooperation
The culture ministries of both Korea and the U.K. discussed plans to deepen the strategic partnerships between the two countries at the th...
Mass cancer outbreak panics Jeolla Province
Panic has spread around a small town in North Jeolla Province after an alarmingly high number of people have developed various types of cancer in a short peri...
1. Woman convicted of biting off tongue of man who demanded sex
2. Korea owes it to Mr. Trump
3. Comedy show apologizes for racist sketch
4. US President, VP ignorant of Korea's sensibilities?
5. Top university professor accused of sexual harassment
6. Trump order threatens Korean students in US
7. White House: Korea has been independent for thousands of years
8. Moon Jae-in fires back at pro-N. Korea accusations
9. [Provincial News] Foreigners join police on Busan patrols
10. Firefighters flex their muscles to help children [PHOTOS]
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