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Reporter : Jung Da-hyun
Sat, February 24, 2024 | 02:45
Hanshin University threatens Uzbek students planning to take legal action over forced departure
Hanshin University, which recently stirred controversy for allegedly forcing 22 Uzbek students to leave Korea, is now threatening the students, asking them not to take legal actions against the school, according to the families of some of the affected students, Thursday.
Seoul Plaza ice skating rink to open Friday
The seasonal iconic ice skating rink at Seoul Plaza is set to open on Friday until Feb. 11 next year. A staple annual program in Seoul, the ice rink has been opened annually since its inaugural operation in 2004, except for the COVID-19 period.
Seoul to launch unlimited transit pass in late January
The Seoul Metropolitan Government will launch an unlimited transit pass, dubbed the Climate Card, on a pilot basis on Jan. 27 next year to enhance commuter convenience, the city government said Tuesday.
[INTERVIEW] EU ready to work with Korea on fine-tuning new carbon tariff
Climate issues are a global problem and a new carbon tariff to be imposed by the European Union in 2026 will serve as an effective environmental measure, especially for countries like Korea with an existing carbon pricing system, a senior European official said.
More graffiti appears on Gyeongbok Palace wall amid ongoing restoration work
More graffiti was found on the walls of Gyeongbok Palace in central Seoul on Sunday, just a day after graffiti appeared on the palace's wall, police said Monday, suspecting the second act was a copycat crime of Saturday's vandalism.
Heavy rain, snowfall expected over weekend
Widespread heavy rain and snow are expected to persist nationwide this weekend. A cold air mass from the northwest is expected to bring frigid conditions throughout the weekend and into next week.
Rights commission probes Hanshin University accused of forcing Uzbek students to return home
The National Human Rights Commission of Korea (NHRCK) initiated an investigation into Hanshin University after more than 20 Uzbek students enrolled at an affiliated Korean language school were allegedly forced to return to their home country.
RISD's distinctive approach to arts education expands through Hyundai Motor Partnership
Crystal Williams, chancellor of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in the United States, highlighted the pivotal role of critical thinking in arts education.
12 students honored in Multicultural Youth Awards
Twelve outstanding students from multicultural backgrounds as well as one teacher and one institute were honored at the 12th Korea Multicultural Youth Awards, Thursday, in recognition of their achievements and contributions.
First foreign student president's leadership shines in school
Nurgashevadilbek, an 18-year-old student, has made history as the first foreign student president of Kyongil High School of Tourism and Business Management in Ansan, Gyeonggi Province.
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