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Mon, October 3, 2022 | 01:52
Gwanghwamun: Main entrance to Gyeongbok Palace
Gwanghwamun is the main gate of Gyeongbok Palace, but due to its frequent vandalism, it was never recognized as a national landmark as it should have been over the years.
Andong, Capital of Korean Sprit : Toegye Trail
Blue skies. Sounds of a warbling bird. The river’s water flows leisurely. A stork stands perfectly still above his rippling reflection. Following the sunlit sparkle of the river, a narrow path gives off the fragrance of rich soil and grass with each step.
African dance and music: Seoul Zoo Nocturne Festival
The blazing summer sun sets, leaving behind a crimson glow, and the beat of African drums and animal noises resound through the palm trees.
[HS] A midsummer nights dream in the city: Seoul Plaza sizzles with arts and culture
It's only daybreak and the black asphalt is already roasting from the stifling rays of the sun. Hot carbon dioxide exhausts from cars that swarm the roads, adding to the summer heat.
JSA: Joint Security Area of Panmunjeom
Panmunjeom is a village on the de facto border between South and North Korea, where the Armistice Agreement that halted the 1950- 53 Korean War was signed.The building, Panmungak, where the armistice was signed, still stands, though it is on the northern side of the Military Demarcation Line, which runs through the middle of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).
Yangjae Stream Outdoor Pool
Sweat breaks down your back every time you move - it’s that time of the year when the smoldering heat makes you want to plunge into the closest pool of cool water.
Despite loss, red devils upbeat about Koreas future
Despite the rain and humid weather, more than one million people clad in red shirts poured out into the streets across the country Saturday night to join in cheering rallies for the national football team in its match against Uruguay in the second round of the World Cup in South Africa.
| 2010-06-27 19:15
Fountain of Seoul
Summer is here. The strong sunrays are hitting the asphalt, turning the ground into virtual hot grills.
Haeundae sand festival
The refreshing sound of waves breaking against the shore echoes at Busan's Haeundae Beach. Children build their own respective empires of imagination ...
Emergency rescue drill for G-20 Seoul summit
It's just past 10 a.m. on Monday at a hotel in Seoul. An unidentified terrorist has installed explosives and sprayed chemicals inside the building and goes on to make a scene by threatening a hostage.
Fears of recession grow
Conglomerates enter emergency management, reduce investments
Minority shareholders call for maritime ministry to privatize HMM
High price of rice in 1897
North Korea reinstates mask mandate amid fears of winter twindemic
Study finds voter turnout, elderly suicide rate related
Korea's fermented food culture travels to Qatar
US, UK expected to approve Korean Air's acquisition of Asiana Airlines
Financial leaders to develop overseas investor relations
Nat'l Assembly audits begin Tuesday
Typhoon Noru hits the Philippines forcing thousands to evacuate
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