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Following in footsteps of his grandfather
Traveling more than 4,000 kilometers and 65 hours to take his first step in Vietnam, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un disembarked at Dong Dang Railway Station, Tuesday, looking confident and authoritative. He was accompanied on his armored green train by a top-level North Korean entourage that included his sister Kim Yo-jong, Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Worke...
| 2019-02-26 17:15
Kim Jong-un's every move under spotlight
New faces and the race at LKP
A race, or a fight will always draw a crowd, as the conservative opposition Liberty Korea Party (LKP) will surely feel as it prepares for its upcoming convention. Beleaguered from the March 2017 impeachment of former President Park Geun-hye for corruption, the party will hold the convention on Feb. 27 to pick a new leader.
| 2019-02-06 17:21
Ryu Kwon-ha re-elected to head FNA
Ryu Kwon-ha, CEO of the Korea JoongAng Daily and FNA chairmanRyu Kwon-ha, CEO of the Korea JoongAng Daily, has been re-elected to head the Foreign Language Newspapers Association of Korea (FNA). Ryu will serve as the FNA's fourth chairman. The FNA, comprising The Korea Times, the Korea Herald, the Korea JoongAng Daily and the Aju Business Daily, was established in July 2015. ...
| 2018-12-27 17:35
Finding solace in film
By now, more than 6 million Korean moviegoers have watched the biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” and if the current trend is any indication, more will do so. When “Bohemian Rhapsody” first opened on the last day of October, my estimate was that its popularity would last a month or so before giving way to Christmas films. I thought only a limited generation of Koreans would know of t...
| 2018-12-05 17:40
SOYA looks confidently ahead with mini-album
SOYA, a female solo artist often called “Korea's Dua Lipa,” released a mini-album Wednesday. Since January this year, SOYA has been releasing songs through the “SOYA Color Project,” taking the letters 'S,' 'O,' 'Y' and 'A' and releasing the songs “Show,” “OASIS” and “Y-shirt.”
| 2018-10-19 10:53
Korea Legacy Gala, Digital Innovation Seminar
| 2018-10-16 18:35
Stars born through sweat and grit
The world rages over top K-pop stars BTS, and in consideration of the band's hectic schedule and demand from overseas, people are constantly on the lookout for newly rising stars with fresh sounds.
| 2018-10-10 17:20
Women's Networking Event at WeWork Gangnam, RASKB lecture on youth volunteer culture at PyeongChang Olympics
| 2018-10-09 17:00
Joseon Images: Korea's earliest female cyclists
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, bicycles became a trendy and popular form of transportation in Korea. The first known bicyclists included an American naval officer named Lieutenant Philip V. Lansdale who visited the capital in the latter part of 1884, but it wasn't until the 1890s that bicycles became a relatively common sight on the streets of Seoul.
| 2018-10-09 15:36
S. Korea, UK sign MOU for expanded trade partnership
South Korea's trade promotion agency said Sunday it has reached an initial agreement with Britain to expand the two countries' already-strong partnership.
| 2018-10-09 14:17
5 Korea tourism clips top 225 mil. views
Tension mounts between Yoon administration, opposition party
Is ruling party's reform drive at end of road?
Nexon workers in conflict with umbrella union over stance on feminism
Daegu mayor criticizes officials for spreading false hope about Expo bid
Rights activists criticize wage discrimination against migrant boat crews
DL, SPC chiefs apologize for worker deaths under poor labor conditions
Crackdown on illegal short selling takes priority over MSCI listing: FSC vice chair
Hyundai chief pledges to support globalization of archery
2023 Korea-EU CSO Network Human Rights Conference to emphasize diversity, practice inclusivity
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
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