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Seoul Living Design Fair to display 'Play at Home'
The 2017 Seoul Living Design Fair will open Wednesday at COEX Hall in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul. The 23rd edition of the design event ...
[Food Talk] Experts advise on how to select good wine
The 2017 Korea Wine & Spirits Awards were held Thursday, presenting awards to 85 brands of wine available in Korea, including the seven "B...
Pianist Cho's Carnegie Hall debut tickets sold out
Popular Korean pianist Cho Seong-jin's solo recital at New York’s Carnegie Hall scheduled for Feb. 22 (local time) has created much excite...
Pianist Kim Sun-wook returns with Beethoven
"If you say, 'Oh it's Beethoven again,' I can only answer, 'yes, so it is,'" said pianist Kim Sun-wook, a widely acclaimed Beethoven speci...
[Innovation] When work becomes play, and play becomes work
We’ve heard the phrase “work hard, play hard” which refers to working hard in the office and playing hard during off-hours. But what if wo...
LTI head Kim receives honorary doctorate from US college
President Kim Seong-kon of the Literature Translation Institute of Korea (LTI Korea) will be receiving an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Let...
Lotte Concert Hall releases live concert album
The Lotte Concert Hall releases a live recording album Friday from its opening concert held Aug. 19, 2016. This is a first for a local con...
Violinist Lee Moon-kyung releases Tchaikovsky recording
Violinist Lee Moon-kyung released her first Tchaikovsky recording earlier this month on Navona Records. The album, "Tchaikovsky Works for ...
Chocolate and Valentine's Day: why did they get linked?
Korea is a country that obsessively celebrates Valentine's Day, but ironically consumes very low amounts of chocolate per person annually....
Gov't to support victims of Songin Books' bankruptcy
Provincial governments, public libraries and universities have stepped up their effort to help mitigate the damage caused by the bankruptcy of the country's s...
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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