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Tue, December 12, 2023 | 03:57
Son Heung-min leads 4-0 rout
Bayer 04 Leverkusen striker Son Heung-min Thursday scored the first goal in a 4-0 rout of FC Copenhagen at home in Germany. With the win, the Bundesliga side has easily secured a ticket to move up to the UEFA Champions League group stage.
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Nutritionist is mother to nation's athletes
Han Jung-sook is regarded as “mom” at the Taereung National Training Center located on the northeastern outskirts of Seoul.
Female boxers fight against prejudice
Female boxers Kim Ye-ji and Choi Su-yeon say they come up against opponents inside and outside of the ring because they also have to fight against prejudice in society.
Weightlifter holds hefty hopes
Weightlifter Sa Jae-hyouk says he has bigger goals than winning a gold medal at the upcoming Incheon Asian Games.
Fencer hopes to make daughter proud
South Korea's top female fencer Nam Hyun-hee says she may not be a good mother these days, but hopes to be a mother of whom her daughter will be proud.
Taekwondo showcased in Nanjing
The United States' Kendall Yount defeated Uzbekistan's Umida Abdullaeva 4-2 on Thursday to win the gold medal in the taekwondo competition at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
Yoo helps star partner shine brightly
A lot of people know about the nation’s star badminton player Lee Yong-dae. But he would not be nearly as successful were it not for his partner Yoo Yeon-sung.
Wrestlers vow more dynamic bouts
South Korea's national wrestlers and coaches are facing two daunting tasks in the upcoming Incheon Asian Games - to win as many gold medals as possible and more importantly, to do so in a more "entertaining" style for the home crowd. "We will try to win many gold medals at the Asiad," Ahn Han-bong, the national wrestling team coach said at Taereung National Training Center (N...
What you should not miss at Incheon Asian Games
Let the countdown begin. There are only 30 days left before the Asian Games - Asia's biggest sports event - kicks off in Incheon.
Asiad to launch future stars
After successful outings at the Incheon Asiad, some of the athletes are expected to enjoy immense popularity and follow in the footstep of sports stars such as figure skating champion Kim Yu-na and swimming gold medalist Park Tae-hwan by appearing in TV commercials and other advertisements.
[INTERVIEW] Reform, foreign talent crucial to revitalizing Korean economy: McKinsey
This year's four-character Chinese idiom chosen
Digital Chosun Releases Enhanced TOEFL Practice Online (TPO)
[INTERVIEW] Korea, Netherlands to sign multiple deals in chip, energy, defense on Yoon's state visit: Dutch ambassador
[INTERVIEW] Allgot hits jackpot with frozen gimbap in US
Korea considers producing urea as China curbs exports
A glimpse inside Boeing's P-8 manufacturing plant
Indian embassy showcases rich culinary traditions, flavors
Deadly cost of slips of the tongue in N. Korea
Representative 'kimchi coin' Wemix makes comeback amid ongoing scandals
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
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