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Fri, February 23, 2024 | 11:48
Uphill battle against virus [PHOTOS]
A boy takes a coronavirus test at Hwasun Elementary School, South Jeolla Province, Monday. A teacher of the school tested positive, prompting a school-wide virus test affecting nearly 1,000 teachers and students.
Portugal's president rescues two women in trouble at beach [VIDEO]
Video footage caught the moment he swam into the sea to assist them. Another man was already there, trying to help turn the kayak over while a person on a jet ski also approached to offer help.
Kang So-ra to marry 'non-entertainer' this month
Actress Kang So-ra, 30, will marry later this month, her agency said on Monday. Her fiance is a “non-entertainer” and older than her, according to Plum A&C .Her fiance is a “non-entertainer” and older than her, according to Plum A&C.
[Student Corner] BTS solidifies its legacy during pandemic
With the global cancellation of events hosting large audiences, local and international artists have turned to technology to promote their music amid this concert-hiatus. Korean boy band BTS recently had success with its online live-stream concert the “Bang Bang Con.”
Book donation for North Korean refugees
Park Min, center, CEO of PR agency ToGo Communication, holds a copy of the book “Winning English” with Casey Lartigue Jr., co-founder of Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR), a NGO offering educational services to North Korean refugees, in a donation ceremony at the NGO’s office in Seoul, Thursday. To Park’s left is Lee Eun-koo, co-founder of the NGO.
Mayor killed himself: police
Police said they had reached the conclusion after examining the body and circumstantial evidence, and interviewing Park's family members others close to him.
'Thank you, sorry and good bye': Mayor's handwritten will unveiled
Late Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon's handwritten will was made public on Friday. His chief secretary Go Han-seok revealed it to the media after gaining consent from the bereaved family. The memo was found on Park's desk at his residence, according to Go.
Green onion-flavored cereal: 'consumer-powered' product goes viral in Korea
A wacky cereal is going viral in South Korea: a green onion-flavored limited edition of Chex.
[Book Review] 'Turtles Swimming Club' rediscovers value of being slow and steady
Author Lee Seo-hyun, a journalist at Dong-A Ilbo daily, rediscovered the value of being slow and steady through her turbulent life in recent years - suffering a displaced disc caused by accumulated physical and mental stress from work, pregnancy and childbirth, and thyroid cancer.
Theragen Bio partners with university to explore genomic big data
The Suwon-based bio tech company and Sungkyunkwan University's department of forensic science had a partnership signing ceremony at the university's campus on June 23, with Theragen Bio CEO Hwang Tae-soon and Prof. Iim Si-keun and Prof. Lee Kyung-hoon from the university in attendance.
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