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Reporter : Lee Hae-rin
Thu, December 7, 2023 | 22:34
Mohegan Inspire integrated resort to hold soft opening in Incheon Nov. 30
Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort in Incheon will partly open its doors ahead of its full launch, Thursday.
Network failure dents Korea's digital reputation
Once praised as the paragon of digital governance, Korea’s administrative digital network system has been disgraced and is losing public trust following a series of service disruptions that caused massive inconveniences across the country.
Incheon airport to reinvent itself as entertainment cluster
SINGAPORE - Hundreds of crowd gathered at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport, Thursday, staring up at the ceiling and counting down to film a spectacle with their mobile phones.
Incheon airport seeks to develop Batam airport into ASEAN's next gateway
BATAM, Indonesia - Incheon International Airport Corp. (IIAC), the operator of Incheon International Airport, seeks to develop Indonesia’s Batam Hang Nadim International Airport into an ASEAN gateway capable of accommodating ...
Economic impact of Chinese group tours falls short of expectations, data shows
Three months have passed since China lifted its ban on group tours to Korea, but the economic effects of Chinese tourists, formerly seen as big spenders traveling in large groups, are failing to meet the industry’s hopes of market revitalization.
Award-winning director reimagines Korea's future with film on male pregnancy
In 2030, a treatment that can make men pregnant becomes available in Korea in an effort to increase the fertile population as the country hits a record-low fertility rate of 0.4 in Noh Gyeong-mu’s short animation film and webcomic “How to Get Your Man Pregnant.”
New KBS chief apologizes
KBS' new President and CEO Park Min, third from left, alongside the news outlet's executives, apologizes to the public for alleged biased reporting under the former CEO that undermined fairness and led to loss of trust, during a press conference at the company's headquarters in Seoul, Tuesday. On Monday, Park unexpectedly sacked a radio host and a news anchor, which prompted ...
Sunfull Foundation chairman publishes autobiography
Min Byoung-chul, an endowed chair professor at Chung-Ang University and English educator, speaks during an event to celebrate the publication of his autobiography, "Solid Success Comes from a Chance Encounter," at Lotte Hotel Seoul, Tuesday. Written in Korean, the book expands his interview with tvN talk show, "You Quiz on the Block," in January and revolves around his crossi...
Hotels brace for bedbug infestations
Hotels and resorts across the country are rolling up their sleeves to control and prevent the spread of bedbugs amid growing reports of infestations in Korea, Tuesday.
Korea aims to attract 20 million tourists next year
Korea plans to take advantage of the growing global popularity of Korean culture to attract 20 million foreign tourists next year, the government announced, Monday.
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