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Sun, July 3, 2022 | 13:59
Financial crisis motivates banker to write childrens book
A light-hearted story about a young moon bear and his magpie and eagle friends may be the last thing you would think John Walker, chairman of the Macquarie Group of Companies in Korea, would write about.
| 2010-10-25 17:30
Can Park Hyatt bear G20 crush?
The Park Hyatt Seoul may have a reputation as one of the most modern and sleekest hotels in the city, but it just might be too cool for its own good.
| 2010-10-22 21:23
Why is BB Cream so popular?
Ever since blemish balm cream or more popularly known as B.B. cream was introduced in Korea a few years ago, the craze has slowly spread to Japan, China and other Asian countries.
| 2010-10-20 17:32
Ice cream war: Baskin wants change; Cold Stone requires fan base
As the weather gets chillier, popular ice cream chains Baskin-Robbins and Cold Stone Creamery are still trying to attract customers with cold treats and hot desserts.
| 2010-10-20 17:30
Can Marly’s entice Koreans with Italian charm?
Marly’s Group, an Italian fashion company, is hoping its diverse collection of ready-to-wear luxury brands, such as high-end Marly’s and Carlo Pignatelli, and youthful Marly’s 1981 and Kathleen Madden will appeal to fashionable Korean women.
| 2010-10-18 16:45
Housing market poses key risk
Moody’s Investors Service said Thursday that the sluggish housing market is one of the key factors that prevent the global ratings agency from raising its ratings on South Korea.
| 2010-10-14 18:33
Troon Golf seeks to expand in Korea
Upscale golf course management firm Troon Golf is hoping to expand its presence in the Korean market, which it considers as one of the fastest growing markets for golf courses around the world.
| 2010-10-14 18:29
For 53 years, Filipina nun serves underprivileged
Over the last five decades, a Filipina Catholic nun has quietly helped thousands of people in Korea ― from poor refugees and war orphans to young Korean students and Filipino migrant workers.
| 2010-10-13 16:40
Smashburger looks for Korean partner
Move over McDonald’s, a new restaurant serving ``better burgers’’ may soon be coming to Korea.
| 2010-10-12 16:59
Can confusing Coex layout pose security problems?
All eyes will be focused on the world’s top leaders gathering at the G20 Seoul Summit on Nov. 11 and 12. Coex Convention and Exhibition Center, as its official venue, will be the center of all the action.
| 2010-10-10 16:23
Forum revisits lives of first-generation of Koreans in Hawaii
Korean studies and K-vibe
Heatwave alert issued nationwide
Institutional investors dump Samsung shares amid macroeconomic uncertainty
EV fires could hinder transition to eco-friendly vehicles
'97 group' lawmakers throw hats into DPK leadership race
Top economic policymakers of Korea, US discuss Russian oil price cap
Russia's messages with missiles tell West to back off
Shifting abortion laws cause confusion for patients, clinics
NY overhauls handgun rules in effort to preserve some limits
Afghanistan earthquake killed more than 1,000
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