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Reporter : Kang Hyun-kyung
Sun, February 25, 2024 | 17:33
Director initiates campaign to help K-fashion go global
Chung So-mi, a model-turned-fashion show director, is a perfectionist. Even tiny mistakes are unacceptable in her show, although they go unnoticed by watchful audiences.
North Korea's arms deals with Hamas, Hezbollah pose common threat to South Korea, Israel
South Korea should take heed of Israel’s ongoing war against Hamas, an Islamic militant group controlling the Gaza Strip, as the recent incursion illustrates the potential risks posed by North Korea, experts said.
Daughter of Korean War veteran searches for her roots
BUSAN -- Deborah Garris’s eyes were filled with tears on Friday, as she stepped into Busan Citizens Park located near the old district of Seomyeon.
LA-based photographer captures Koreatown unfazed by pandemic
Koreatown in Los Angeles was like no other during the pandemic.
[Interview] Risk-averse culture is forcing daring creators to flee showbiz
Through decades of experience in show business, Kim Dong-won, president of Yoondang Arthall and a seasoned producer of movies and TV series, came to develop an eye for stories that can captivate audiences if they are adapted into movies or TV series.
Kim Jong-un's rejection of Russia's food assistance irritates North Korean defectors
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un turned down Russia’s humanitarian offer to provide wheat to help relieve the North’s reportedly acute food shortages, according to a Russian diplomat.
[INTERVIEW] Putin uses summit with NK leader to stop Seoul from helping Ukraine: expert
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is being portrayed in South Korea's media as a “mil-deok,” or a person deeply absorbed in all things that are related to military, due to his keen interest in state-of-the-art weapons, as made evident during his recent visit to Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin took advantage of Kim's rare enthusiasm regarding nuclear-capable weapons to ...
[INTERVIEW] Seoul should play delicate balancing act in diplomacy with China, Russia as new Cold War dawns
The summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Vostochny Cosmodrome in Russia's Far eastern region of Amur has raised a red flag on regional security.
Korea's independence heritage agency poised to launch anti-Japan campaign
Like other organizations reliant on state subsidies, the Heritage of Korean Independence (HKI) has been a staunch supporter of the government since its establishment in 1965.
Activists take new approach to stop China from sending back N. Koreans
Human rights activists have been staging weekly protests in front of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Washington, D.C., urging Beijing to stop the forced repatriations of North Korean escapees back to the North.
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