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Mon, July 22, 2019 | 06:40
Twins receive doctorate degrees at KAIST
Twin brothers received doctorate degrees in biochemical engineering at the nation’s top science research and educational institution. The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) said Sunday that Kim Dae-ok and his brother Kim Dae-woo, 29, graduated from its doctorate courses in biochemical engineering on Friday.
'Optimal age for marriage' embarrasses single women
Despite their changing perception of marriage, younger generations are still concerned about tying the knot. Many Korean women in their late 20s and early 30s, in particular, agree that they tend to spend more time thinking about when to get married because they face increasing pressure from those around them.
Walker - investment banker who rocks
John Walker, chairman of Macquarie Group of Companies Korea, is a veteran investment banker who has led the company for the last 14 years since it was established in the late 2000. As the head of Asia's largest listed investment funds, business management should be undoubtedly what he can do best.
Baker garners popularity with unique bread
Woo Myung-jin, the owner of a small bakery "Tina's Bread," located in Daejo-dong, northwestern Seoul, has her own means to survive the flood of franchise pastry shops - by specializing in loaf bread.
Hanyang fosters healthcare managers
Practicing medicine for patients is one of the noblest human acts that can save lives. It requires a considerable effort in accumulating skills and expertise. But managing or running a medical institution is a different matter that requires a different type of knowledge, because it’s a business.
| 2013-05-19 11:09
France’s haute cuisine used to be exclusively for aristocrats, but after the French Revolution in the late 18th century, royal chefs who left the court opened private restaurants in cities, allowing more people to enjoy fine dining.
| 2013-04-28 14:22
'Confidence key to being interpreter'
Studying abroad is commonly thought to be a must for people seeking to become professional interpreters in Korea. However, some have achieved the dream without heading overseas by developing their own strategies for studying foreign languages.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone mocked by WSJ
Sales of Japanese beer, noodles, snacks plunge amid trade dispute
US to request Seoul's restraint on Korea-Japan row
Hyundai Mobis develops camera monitors to replace side mirrors
A feud for the ages
Korea suffers steepest fall in exports
Vietnam demands Chinese ships to leave Vanguard Bank
Apple, Amazon concerned about Japan's export curbs
Trump in dilemma over Korea, Japan trade scuffle
Market expects additional rate cut in Q4
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
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