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Thu, February 2, 2023 | 03:25
Giant rubber duck to arrive in Seoul
A gigantic rubber duck is scheduled to make its way to eastern Seoul next week.
Lawmaker caught looking at lewd photos
A ruling party lawmaker was spotted Wednesday scrolling through photos of bikini-clad women on his phone during a parliamentary audit meeting, according to Yonhap News Agency.
Student hold 'no-loser' race for ailing friend
A group of sixth-graders in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province have touched the nation by holding a “no-loser” race for an ailing friend.
NK bodyguards look the part
A surprise visit to the South by high-ranking North Korean officials this weekend garnered a lot of attention for political reasons.
Subway slammed for sexist food ad
Fast food giant Subway is under fire for a television ad in which women are advised to stay skinny so they can wear sexy costumes for Halloween.
Man lost at sea in a bubble
A man was found floating in the Atlantic Ocean inside a hydro "bubble," U.S. coastguards report.
'Vain Princess' mocks Hong Kong protesters
Amid the fierce protests in Hong Kong, demanding that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying step down from China's authoritative rule, the leader’s daughter has angered social media network users with her comments.
Porn star uses videos to help protesters
A webcam porn star is using her online videos to raise awareness in the aftermath of protests about the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri.
BIFF happy about dress control
Organizers of the 19th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) breathed a heavy sigh of relief over how actresses and other female celebrities heeded their call for a bit of modesty in how they dressed at the beginning of this year’s event.
| 2014-10-03 18:35
Korea's filthy rich kids
Over 800 children under the age of 13 are classified by banks as VIP customers because they hold at least one billion won ($1.88 million) in their personal accounts, according to the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS).
Garbage collector mistakes sex doll for corpse
Free subway rides for elderly emerge as headache for Seoul mayor
Retailers return to Myeong-dong as more foreign tourists visit
4 South Korean activists arrested for executing orders from Pyongyang
Korea seeks measures to better protect foreign workers
Korea's presidential couple celebrates recovery of Cambodian boy who received heart surgery
Space industry takes off in South Jeolla Province
President pledges support for Korean chipmakers to overcome crisis
Saipanese people pin hopes on tourism boom again
Income gap widening among workers
Nepal plane crash
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