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Thu, February 2, 2023 | 17:25
Civic groups call for cancelling sake event
Korean civic groups called for the Japanese Embassy to cancel the Seoul Sake Festival which is scheduled to take place this weekend due to the concerns over “possible radioactive contamination.” Sake is a Japanese wine made from fermented rice.
| 2016-03-25 18:39
'Descendants of the Sun' makes Taebaek a tourism magnet
The city of Taekbaek in Gangwon Province plans to rebuild the film set of the hit drama series "Descendants of the Sun"..
| 2016-03-24 16:02
Thai PM calls on people to watch 'Descendants of the Sun'
Song Joong-ki gets invitation to visit Thailand
Taiwanese fans want happy ending for 'Descendants of the Sun'
Last episode of 'Descendants of the Sun' due April 14
'Descendants of the Sun' tops 30% national ratings
Police yet to locate body of girl killed by mother
Police are continuing their search for the body of a four-year-old girl allegedly killed by her mother after failing to find it at a location given them by her stepfather.
| 2016-03-23 16:31
Ex-Air Force chief appointed CEO of airports operator
Sung Il-hwan, former Air Force chief of staff, has been tapped as the new CEO of the Korea Airports Corp. (KAC).
| 2016-03-23 16:27
Farmer's family seeks gov't compensation
Relatives of Baek Nam-ki, a 69-year-old member of a farmers?union who has been in coma after being hit by a police water cannon during a rally last year, have filed for damages against the government and police personnel.
| 2016-03-22 17:02
Broker fined for leaking SAT questions
A high court in Seoul convicted a man of illegally leaking and distributing questions for the Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SATs) in 2012-2013, Tuesday.
| 2016-03-22 17:01
Repeated test leaks embarrass Koreans in US
Buses to take foreign tourists to provincial attractions
K-Travel Bus, a one-night, two-day tour program exclusively for foreign tourists, will officially begin operations on Friday after a three-month trial, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism said Monday.
| 2016-03-21 17:24
Top educators protest gov't 'suppression'
Superintendents of educational offices from 14 cities and provinces nationwide have called for the government to stop “suppressing them” and respect the autonomy of regional education authorities.
| 2016-03-21 17:23
Unionists to take part in subway management.
Unionists are expected to join the management team of Seoul’s two merged subway operators next year.
| 2016-03-20 18:16
Endangered cuisine holds out in Jinan
We had set off on a year-end roadtrip from Seoul to Busan and were floating ideas for lunch when I remembered reading several years ago about a rare local specialty in the small town of Jinan. Located in North Jeolla Province, the heartland of Korean cuisine, Jinan had a long tradition of serving pig fetus. The question was whether the dish was still served today.
Travel & Food
| 2016-03-17 16:52
Garbage collector mistakes sex doll for corpse
Free subway rides for elderly emerge as headache for Seoul mayor
Korea seeks measures to better protect foreign workers
Retailers return to Myeong-dong as more foreign tourists visit
4 South Korean activists arrested for executing orders from Pyongyang
Samsung unveils new Galaxy S23 smartphone
Is non-consensual sex not rape?
Income gap widening among workers
President pledges support for Korean chipmakers to overcome crisis
Seoul city council under fire for sexual conduct guidelines for teachers
Nepal plane crash
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