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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...
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...
Celebrated Korean poems (12)
The ching booms out, the curtain falls. Above the rough stage, lights dangle from a paulownia tree; the playground's empty, everyone's gon...
'Human touch key factor in translation, interpretation'
A recent high-profile battle in which human translators beat artificial intelligence (AI) language translation programs has shown the dire...
Seoul offers hallyu festivals for foreigners
Rimal Prasad received his very first professional makeover at an Espoir store near Ewha Womans University in southern Seoul, Wednesday. “A...
Arrest warrant sought for ex-presidential secretary
The independent counsel team on Sunday asked a Seoul court to issue an arrest warrant for ex-presidential secretary for civil affairs, Woo Byung-woo, Sunday, ...
Helping children have respect for life
Kim Tan-hyu, 27, created an education company with two friends last year to help children, many of whom are addicted to smartphones, appre...
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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