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Sun, September 25, 2022 | 18:01
Dentist’s advice on implant
Our teeth sustain an average of 30 kilograms-worth of shock every time we open and close our mouth to chew: imagine the tremendous stress they are under.
Will Shilla reopen Korean restaurant?
Will the Shilla Hotel Seoul, an affiliate of the nation’s largest conglomerate Samsung, bow to growing demands from the government to reopen its Korean restaurant? That’s a question haunting the industry despite the hotel’s constant denials.
| 2010-12-03 19:24
Seoul not safe from artillery attacks
Seoul is never safe from North Korea’s artillery attacks such as the one that broke out on Yeonpyeong Island earlier this week, analysts say.
| 2010-11-26 18:40
Residents demand compensation
Residents of Yeonpyeong Island, who were evacuated from their homes, have demanded the government help in securing housing and a means of living on the mainland.
| 2010-11-26 18:39
X-burger at W exquisite
Hamburgers have long been relegated to the “junk food” category for the combination of patties of which the ingredients are somewhat unidentifiable and the small amount of vegetables in between the bread, representing fat, grease and general rotund unhealthiness. However, there are exceptions to the rule and the flexible recipe for burgers can be transformed to turn it into a...
Travel & Food
| 2010-11-25 20:28
Funeral for marines to be held Saturday
The funeral for two marines who were killed in a North Korean artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island, Tuesday, will be held Saturday at the Armed Forces Hospital in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province. The bodies will be laid to rest at the National Cemetery in Daejeon.
| 2010-11-25 20:13
Seoil leads customer-oriented education
Korea has the world’s highest ratio of college advancement with more than 80 percent of high school graduates entering universities on average.
| 2010-11-24 19:10
Prosecution investigates groundless rumormongers
The Supreme Prosecutors’ Office said Wednesday that it will launch investigations to crack down on those who spread groundless rumors on the Internet involving North Korea’s attack on Yeonpyeong Island in the western sea border.
| 2010-11-24 18:42
Lawmakers condemn provocation
All National Assembly sessions were halted Tuesday as stunned lawmakers condemned North Korea’s artillery attack on the populated Yeonpyeong Island near the disputed western sea border.
| 2010-11-23 21:52
Illegal surveillance spawns sequels
The illegal surveillance of a businessman and several politicians revealed in August is developing into a large scandal as a list of politicians and media unions being monitored by certain staff at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) was disclosed.
| 2010-11-23 19:17
Korean deaf LGBT activists create new signs to express identities with pride
Discord over rest area food prices prompts Korea Expressway Corp. CEO to resign
Yoon faces mounting calls to replace national security team
[ANALYSIS] Why COVID-19 spread continues despite 97% antibody rate among population
Military parade during Joseon Dynasty
Bank loan interest rates could reach 14-year high, raising household debt burden
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North Korea fires ballistic missiles as US aircraft carrier prepares for drills with South Korea
Gender ministry backtracks on plan to legally recognize alternative families
Mourners pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II
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