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Jeonbuk advances to semis in AFC Champions League
Jeonbuk Motors entered the top four of the AFC Champions League, overcoming defeat in the first-leg of its quarterfinal match against Cerezo Osaka, Tuesday.
| 2011-09-27 22:26
Ji earns 1st assist in EPL
National football team forward Ji Dong-won of Sunderland marked his first assist in the English Premier League (EPL), Tuesday.
| 2011-09-27 19:45
Son Heung-min back on national team roster
National football team manager Cho Kwang-rae called up Son Heung-min of Hamburg SV again for matches in October.
| 2011-09-26 16:34
Choi Kyoung-ju comes close to winning
Victory wasn’t in the stars for Korean golfer Choi Kyoung-ju this time.
| 2011-09-26 16:33
Martinez Sanchez wins 8th Hansol Korea Open
Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez of Spain won the WTA Hansol Korea Open in Seoul, Sunday.
| 2011-09-25 16:26
Asia League ice hockey starts today
The Asia League, comprised of seven ice hockey teams from South Korea, Japan and China, starts its six-month-long season Saturday. The first game between last season’s winners Anyang Halla and local rivals High1 is at Anyang Sports Complex Arena in Anyang, Gyeonggi Province.
| 2011-09-16 17:10
WTA players to compete in Hansol Korea Open
The nation’s lone WTA Tour event, the Hansol Korea Open begins Saturday.
| 2011-09-16 17:07
Kim still unsure whether to skate at ISU worlds
Figure skating star Kim Yu-na has yet to make a decision on whether to appear at this season’s ISU Figure Skating World Championships.
| 2011-09-15 16:09
Choo likely to be back on line-up soon
Cleveland Indians outfielder Choo Shin-soo is expected to be back on the line-up Thursday for the last match of three-game series against the Texas Rangers.
| 2011-09-14 16:08
Athletes remain hard at work over Chuseok
The nation starts a four-day Chuseok, or Korean Thanksgiving break, from Friday but athletes will be performing both on home soil and abroad.
| 2011-09-09 15:19
Woman gets 1-year imprisonment for assaulting elderly man on subway train
First lady thrust back into spotlight over unofficial aide
Seoul gov't promotes veganism to fight climate crisis
'Stable environment needed to nurture Korean mathematicians': June Huh
Kakao falls victim to Google's in-app payment policy
Korea's new COVID-19 cases up for 2nd day amid resurgence concerns
Yoon orders military to swiftly punish North Korea in case of provocations
President Yoon's approval rating falls: poll
Court upholds ban on rallies in front of ex-president's home in Yangsan
Appeals court upholds prison term for father for fracturing infant son's skull
Afghanistan earthquake killed more than 1,000
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