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‘Eclipse’ stars visit Seoul
Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, the young stars of the blockbuster ``The Twilight Saga'' franchise, visited Seoul for the first time Thursday to promote the latest installment ``Eclipse.''
Foreigners shut out from online shopping malls
If you're looking for a great deal in Korea, whether its clothes, shoes, books or tour packages, the best way to go is online shopping. But if you're a foreigner living in Korea, you probably will not know about it because most of the cyber shopping malls are available only in Korean.
Saemangeum has potential to become green city
For Saemangeum, a project that started out by ruffling the feathers of environmentalists, it is almost imperative that its developers and planners exert more efforts to make it an example of environmentally sustainable urban development.
X-line: new obsession for young women
Kim Su-yeon, a 21 year-old student from Dankook University, is on a diet almost every day in hopes of achieving her ideal figure.
Korean bizwomen need empowering
June Elizabeth Kang is willing to admit that she has not actually directly experienced discrimination or other challenges faced by many Korean women in the workplace.
Cheong Wa Dae should lead hansik globalization
The globalization of hansik (Korean cuisine) is one of the government's main initiatives, but businessman Cho Tae-kwon believes it will take more than just lip service and money to get solid results. Korean cuisine and crafts should be showcased in the dining halls of power, starting with Cheong Wa Dae.
Despite confrontation,UN starts programs in NK
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) has started implementing capacity-building programs on environmental protection, energy efficiency and food security in North Korea.
FTA to bring Brits $822 Mil.
British businesses will benefit by some 500 million pounds ($822 million) a year, as a result of the Korea-European Union free trade agreement which is expected to be implemented next year, according to the British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (BCCK).
Hasina urges carmakers to invest in Bangladesh
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday urged Korean businesses to invest more in Bangladesh, especially in the automobile, information technology, shipbuilding, and agribusiness industries.
POSCO, KT lead ‘Work Smart’ drive
In the past, working hard meant getting in early and staying late. But the long hours do not necessarily mean workers produce good work.