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NK will participate in Incheon Asiad
North Korea will send its athletes to the Incheon Asian Games held in South Korea this fall, its state news agency reported Friday. “The Olympic Committee of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has decided to send its athletes to the 17th Asian Games held in Incheon, South Korea from Sept. 18 to Oct. 4, as a member of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) which promotes pea...
New boss vows to reform KBL
Kim Young-ki, the newly elected commissioner of the Korea Basketball League (KBL), has pledged to make the league more fun to watch in order to attract more fans.
Ryu returns on high note
Los Angles Dodgers pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin made a successful return, Thursday (KST) from a 24-day absence prompted by his being placed on the disabled list last month.
Cantu under fire for racist remarks
Doosan Bears’ infielder Jorge Cantu has been under fire for his racist remarks on Twitter.
3 clubs chasing Samsung to overturn pecking order
The top four teams are expected to continue to fiercely compete for the top spot in the Korean Baseball League this week, while the rest will struggle not to fade from the race.
Choo required to cut down on strikeouts
The Texas Rangers’ Choo Shin-soo finished the first inning of Thursday’s game (KST) by yelling at an umpire after he struck out looking against the Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
Hanging up boots
Park Ji-sung, without question the best Korean footballer in the past decade, said Wednesday that he will live the rest of his life paying back what he has received from his fans, as he brought the curtain down on his 25-year career.
QPR owner wants to have Park back
The owner of English club Queens Park Rangers (QPR), Tony Fernandes, has expressed his hope to have Park Ji-sung, one of the best Korean footballers of all time, back on his team next season, a local sports newspaper reported Monday.
First gathering of national team
Korea coach Hong Myung-bo Monday said he will focus on making up for the weak points of his team as he opened his pre-tournament training camp to prepare for the upcoming World Cup. "It's not perfect yet, but it's just the beginning," Hong told reporters at the National Football Center in Paju, Gyeonggi Province. "During the training period, I will remedy our shortcomings. I ...
3 card firms to resume operation
Three credit card firms will resume operation later this week after their businesses were suspended for three-months after the nation’s worst-ever case of consumer data theft.
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