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Divers, cranes and …
JINDO - On a small but swift fishing boat, it was a not a long ride to get to the site of the capsized ferry Sewol, 25 kilometers off the coast. The boat arrived on the scene after 40 minutes of cutting through the thick fog that shrouded the sea. Though the waves were not rough, the current in the area was strong enough to push the boat in all directions.
Jangsaengpo Memory of Whale
Jangsaengpo Memory of Whale
Yeonmi Pavillion
Ganghwa Island ― Ganghwa Island, the nation’s fourth largest island situated at the mouth of the Han River, used to be a heavily contested area between rival kingdoms. It was where Goryeo battled against a Mongolian invasion and where the Joseon Kingdom encountered Western imperial powers.
Exploration into ’Ocean world’
YEOSU ― This southern port city is undergoing a last-minute makeover to host an international expo, whose opening is only five months away.
Seogwipo Olle Market on Jeju Island
Autumn is the season of high skies and plump horses. For those who want to enjoy the clear autumn weather and delectable items, Seogwipo Olle Market on Jeju Island awaits.
Happy Chuseok for married immigrants
"Where can I get gardenia seeds?" Married immigrants are learning how to make food for Chuseok, or Korean Thanksgiving, at a cookery school in Yeongdeungpo, Seoul.
Learning challenges of disability
During the morning rush hour, people dash to subway stations to climb onto crowded trains. Inside, people are either looking into mobile phones or staring ahead blankly as music blares from their earphones. When the train jerks, people waddle as they try to balance. When the train stops at their destination, off they go again running. Such is the daily routine of most urbanit...
Urban agriculture
Imagine having fresh, healthy vegetables on your table right from kitchen garden, adding green to gray, dreary city.
Thatched roof of Changdeok Palace
What, a humble grass-roof in the middle of a palace?
Cheonggyecheon Berlin Square
With the winter chill in full swing, and the relations between North and South Korea entering a cold spell much like the frozen waters of Cheonggye Stream due to recent cross-border shelling, the Korean Peninsula is experiencing some of the highest tensions since the 1953 armistice.
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