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SKT signs $3 billion deal for Hynix
SK Telecom signed a much-anticipated deal for the purchase of a stake in Hynix Semiconductor, Monday, for 3.42 trillion won or some $3.02 billion.
| 2011-11-14 20:42
Tigers starter Yoon, Lions closer Oh favorite to be MVP
With regular season champions the Samsung Lions also winning the Korean Series, it’s now time to decide the year’s Most Valuable Player (MVP). The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) announced four candidates Monday.
| 2011-11-02 17:36
Lions win Series
The Samsung Lions won the Korean Series Monday beating defending champions SK Wyverns, and grabbing their first championship win in five years.
| 2011-10-31 22:34
[61st] Dawson hopes for Olympic medal as coach
On July 6 in Durban, South Africa, a dream team of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics and Paralympics Bid Committee accomplished something wonderful. The members, including Toby Dawson, a Korea-born American skier, delivered a touching presentation in front of International Olympic Committee (IOC) members.
| 2011-10-31 13:28
Wyverns claw back into Korean Series
SK Wyverns left fielder Park Jae-sang led the team’s 2-1 victory on the field as well as at bat against the Samsung Lions at home in Game 3 of the Korean Series, Friday.
| 2011-10-28 22:21
Son heads to Russia for training
Rising Korean rhythmic gymnast Son Yeon-jae departed for Russia Friday to train for next year’s Olympics.
| 2011-10-28 18:29
Exhausted SK looking for homefield comeback
Defending champions SK Wyverns will clash against the regular season champ Samsung Lions on their home turf at Munhak Ballpark, Incheon, today.
| 2011-10-27 19:06
Lions beat Wyverns for 2-0 series lead
When the Samsun Lions were ahead in the seventh inning during the regular season, the champions marked a 65-1-1 record and they proved the stats accurate again in Game 2 of the Korean Series.
| 2011-10-26 22:14
Park Chan-ho’s obstacles to pitch in Korea
Park Chan-ho, the first Korean Major Leaguer, became unemployed Monday when the Japanese club Orix Buffaloes let him go. The 38-year-old pitcher has now expressed his wish to pitch in the Korean professional baseball league.
| 2011-10-25 20:39
Wyverns advance to Korean Series over Giants
SK Wyverns slugger Park Jung-kwon has been called the “man of the postseason” and he proved this once again.
| 2011-10-23 18:53
[SPECIAL REPORT] Asylum-seekers create Myanmartown from scratch in Bupyeong
S. Korean volunteer fighter in Ukraine returns home with knee injuries
UN Security Council fails to pass N. Korea resolution due to opposition from China, Russia
Trade deficit feared to become long-lasting trend
Early voting for local elections kicks off
Presidential security team misplaces live bullets
Koreans ready to flock to Japan as tourism resumes in June
WHO assembly slams Russian attacks on Ukraine health facilities
Gov't vows swift prescription of COVID-19 pills for high-risk patients
Yoon appoints his first spy chief
75th Cannes Film Festival
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