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Tue, March 21, 2023 | 19:22
Public education draws lower evaluation
People were more dissatisfied with the quality of public school education in 2013 than the previous year, with their discontent about teachers growing bigger, a survey showed Sunday.
| 2014-02-09 18:34
Drug-related crimes rising
The total number of people arrested for drug offenses stood at 9,764 last year, up 5.5 percent from a year earlier, the Supreme Prosecutors?Office said Tuesday.
| 2014-02-04 19:00
Watch out for the nasty flu!
Watch out! By all signs, a big outbreak of influenza is under way.
| 2014-01-29 16:39
Gangnam ordered to review plan to build foreign school
The Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) said Wednesday that it has ordered the Gangnam District Office to review its plan to build a foreign school in Segok-dong for alleged exaggeration of the number of potential students in the area.
| 2014-01-29 16:38
[StudentCorner] Economic growth and welfare
After rapid economic growth for the last 30 years, South Korea has achieved lots of development in society as a whole and improved its international standing in the process.
| 2014-01-28 18:59
Nurturing students with job skills
BUSAN - Sul Dong-kun, president of TongMyung University (TMU) based in the country's largest port city, said that he places top priority on training students with job competence.
| 2014-01-28 18:53
Univ. student quota to be cut by 160,000 by 2023
The Ministry of Education (MOE) announced Tuesday that it will cut student quotas at universities nationwide by 160,000 over the next nine years as part of a drastic restructuring program.
| 2014-01-28 18:49
Samsung's allotment of univ. quota triggers controversy
The Samsung Group notified universities across the nation, Sunday, of the number of graduates each school’s president can recommend for recruitment.
| 2014-01-26 18:15
Pastor plans to open 'baby box' for foreigners
An organization in Seoul plans to open a “baby box” where foreigners can relinquish infants, its president said Thursday.
| 2014-01-23 17:33
Konkuk University ordered to dismiss board chairman
The Ministry of Education (MOE) said Thursday that it has filed a complaint against Kim Kyung-hee, chairman of the board of Konkuk University, for accounting fraud and breach of trust.
| 2014-01-16 17:47
Woman killed in stopped car struck by bus on highway
Korea sets record of half million economically inactive youth
Commuters still wear masks despite end of mask mandate on public transportation
[INTERVIEW] North Korean-born chef delights Southerners' taste buds, breaks down cultural barriers
KAIST student becomes first Korean recipient of Apple Scholars fellowship
COVID-hit Myeong-dong bounces back as tourists return
Public officials reluctant to dine with coworkers
Brides in early 40s outnumber those in early 20s
OTT service providers negatively impacted by illegal streaming website
[ANALYSIS] Yoon-Kishida meeting raises expectations of 3-way summit with China
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