2021년 09월 27일
SBS "Master in the House" shows different sides of presidential hopefuls
The race for the South Korean presidency is heating up in both the political and entertainment scene. As the upcoming presidential election is about half a y
Is Kim Yo-jong's response to call for end-of-war declaration a green light for inter-Korean talks?
Kim Yo-jong, vice director of Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) Central Committee, responded Friday to South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s remarks before the
COVID-19 cases surge to record high after Chuseok holiday, experts brace for more severe cases
With the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 exceeding 3,000 for the first time in Korea, the government has urged people to cooperate by practicing strict
Opposition lawmaker leaves party over son's 5 billion won severance
A new wrinkle has emerged in the Hwacheon Daeyu scandal after revelations that the son of People Power Party (PPP) lawmaker Kwak Sang-do received a huge seve
[Column] The US' forgotten forever war in Korea
By Suh Jae-jung, professor of political science and international relations at the International Christian University in Tokyo “I stand here today, for the
[News analysis] Kim Yo-jong signals possibility of inter-Korean summit
The Korean Peninsula’s political clock is set to start ticking again after coming to an effective halt in the wake of the collapse of the North Korea-US sum
[Column] The good and bad of successes like "Squid Game"
I never imagined that a day like this would come in my life. Before, it was unfathomable to me to see a Korean film winning the top honor at the Cannes Film
Ahn Cheol-soo Attacks Both the Ruling and Opposition Parties on Daejang-dong Allegations
[경향신문] On September 27, People’s Party leader Ahn Cheol-soo launched attacks on both the ruling and opposition parties for their involvement in the alle
Voter Support for Presidential Candidates: Lee Jae-myung 30.0%, Yoon Seok-youl 27.1%, Hong Joon-pyo 16.6%, Lee Nak-yon 12.5%
[경향신문] Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung of the Democratic Party of Korea came out on top in a survey by the Korea Society Opinion Institute (KSOI) on futu
Schiff to hold solo, four hands piano recitals in Korea
With the local performing art scene preparing for the new normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic, pianist Andras Schiff is to go onstage in Korea with a series of
KSO International Conducting Competition to take place in November
The final rounds of the first KSO International Conducting Competition will take place in November with the 12 finalists confirmed on Monday. The competition
SM Line to more than double US-bound container fleet through IPO proceeds
SM Line Corp. will use the proceeds from its initial public offering (IPO) planned for later in the year to add at least six carriers to its fleet on the U.S
Samsung, Hyundai Steel co-develop technology to recycle wastewater sludge
Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Steel have jointly developed a new solution to reuse wastewater sludge from the former¡¯s chip manufacturing process as a s
Doosan Fuel Cell becomes first Korean exporter of hydrogen fuel cells
Doosan Fuel Cell Co. has shipped four units of hydrogen fuel cells to China, marking the first export of the product in South Korea. Doosan Fuel Cell said Mo
OTT platforms harvest big hits from their heavy investment in original contents in Korea
Video streaming service providers are harvesting smash hits in their competition in original content production and spurring new Korean entertainment wave. C...
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