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Wed, October 20, 2021 | 06:36
Germany offers cruise missiles at half price
A German-based defense company will offer to sell its cutting-edge air-to-ground stand alone cruise missiles to Seoul at almost half its 2009 initial offering price of 3.6 billion won ($3.4 million), multiple sources said Sunday.
| 2012-12-23 16:55
Neutral figure may lead transition
President-elect Park Geun-hye is seriously considering naming a political neutral figure to lead her transition team, insiders said Sunday.
| 2012-12-23 16:53
President-elect to get perks
Legally speaking, Park Ge+un-hye, winner of Wednesday’s election, has no authority to interfere with state affairs and is not entitled to attend official government meetings until President Lee Myung-bak ends his tenure on Feb. 24 next year.
| 2012-12-19 20:44
Learning tricky voting rules
Rules for voting are quite complicated with a number of activities that are not allowed. Learn about them and make your election-day today free of unexpected hassles.
| 2012-12-18 18:31
Clash of ideology looms for Dec. 19
The Dec. 19 presidential election is looming as a generational clash pitting young, liberal voters against old, conservatives.
| 2012-12-17 19:44
Winners of 1st Korea Multicultural Youth Awards
Habitus, a student volunteer group at Yongmoon High School in Seoul, has worked for vulnerable members of society such as the disabled, senior citizens and multiracial children.
| 2012-12-12 19:24
For a multicultural tomorrow
Thank you, multicultural families across the country and distinguished guests. I am very pleased to meet you all.
| 2012-12-12 18:41
Korea Times hosts 1st multicultral youth awards today
The 1st Multicultural Youth Awards, organized by The Korea Times and supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Education and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, will be held at the Press Center in downtown Seoul today.
| 2012-12-12 18:34
Everyone is a winner
The eight member panel for the inaugural Korea Multicultural Youth Awards, including lawmaker Jasmine Lee, British Ambassador Scott Wightman and Philippines Ambassador Luis T. Cruz, have completed their deliberations and announced its 10 winners.
| 2012-12-07 17:57
'Multiracial kids have better odds of excelling at sports'
What is the secret of multiracial children outperforming their fellow students in sports?
| 2012-12-05 19:03
Speculating on 'Squid Game'
Korea's solar energy project backfires
North Korea continues slamming 'Squid Game'
Controversy rises over booster shot for Janssen vaccine
Weather forecaster warns of disappearing spring and fall
6 out of 10 Seoulites want to work in 'metaverse' offices
Kim Jong-un's half-brother was linked with South Korea's spy agency: report
'Living with COVID-19' policy raises expectation for liquor businesses
Korea faces possible 3 percent inflation
IT firms cautious about ending work-from-home under 'Living with COVID-19'
Daily life in Haiti after a series of environmental disasters and political unrest
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