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Essay writing tutoring costs skyrocketing
The state-administered college admissions test was held last week but the frantic struggle to enter a college is far from over.
| 2010-11-22 19:21
Computer game addiction is no fun
A 15-year-old middle schoolboy strangled his mother earlier this week in a fit of anger during an argument over his playing of violent computer games and then took his own life, sounding a wake-up call to the whole nation.
| 2010-11-19 18:38
Curse of murdered woman?
Is it the curse of a dead woman? All of her body has decayed but for her hands, which have been kept nearly intact for five years, leaving decisive clues to catch her murderer.
| 2010-11-19 18:34
Great fuss on college exam day
“Oh, my God! I am at the wrong place,” cried a male student who found himself at Pungmoon Girls’ High School, one of the state-administered college admittance test venues in downtown Seoul, Thursday.
| 2010-11-18 18:35
Website launched for education of interracial kids
A website has been launched to provide educational materials and information for interracial families. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology said Tuesday that children and parents from interracial families as well as school teachers will find research materials, teaching guidelines, and can refer to a variety of statistics on the website (www.damunwha-edu.or.kr).
| 2010-11-16 19:06
NLCS Jeju to recruit 634 students next year
The North London Collegiate School (NLCS), the first international school to open on Jeju Island, has fixed the number of students for enrollment in the starting year at 634. The U.K.-based school will increase the number to 1,122 in 2012 and 1,402 in 2013.
| 2010-11-16 19:05
Avante explosion worries consumers
One of Hyundai Motor’s much-publicized New Avante cars exploded after being driven on a road in northern Seoul last week, creating worries among drivers of the model.
| 2010-11-14 18:23
Jejus 1st UK school to hold info sessions
The North London Collegiate School (NLCS) Jeju will hold a series of admissions information sessions in Seoul and Busan from this week through Dec. 1.
| 2010-11-14 18:21
Ban on corporal punishment leaves schools perplexed
With many teachers facing difficulty controlling students following the ban on corporal punishment, the Seoul education office came out with a guidebook on how to deal with unruly students.
| 2010-11-14 18:20
Foreigners perplexed over G20 buzz
Now the curtain has closed on the G20 Seoul Summit, a historic event which boosted the nation’s pride and status. Months of preparations by civil servants and hundreds of volunteers to host the gathering of 20 heads of state paid off.
Adoptee chef discovers herself and family through Korean cooking
How can Korea's taxi shortage be resolved?
Activist professor requests strong punishment for racist abuse against Son Heung-min
North Korea refuses to form ties with Yoon-led South Korea: experts
887 undocumented foreign workers, brokers, employers caught in crackdown
Seoul National University to select freshmen without assigning majors in advance
'Korean won may dip to 1,350 level over Fed's hawkish rate hikes'
[INTERVIEW] Restoring bilateral ties will boost Korean studies in Japan: professor
Top court yet to rule on liquidating Japanese firm's assets to compensate forced laborers
Aviation stocks gain traction on oil price fall, travel demand recovery
Ice is melting, land is burning
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