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Reporter : Kim Ji-soo
Mon, February 26, 2024 | 17:33
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Editorial: US colleges are overusing — and underpaying — adjunct professors
Heights of hansik
At a cozy neighborhood near Hongik University in western Seoul, the temperature is below zero and it's Sunday. Still, people are lining up outside a small eatery before the 11 a.m. opening. At Okdongsik, there are only about 10 seats so waiting seems inevitable yet it is still an impressive sight. The small restaurant's main offering,'dweji gomtang' (pork soup, and standard ...
Christmas begins early at Solaire Resort
MANILA, Philippines - For the majority of Korean travelers to the country, the capital city usually meant a blip en route to Boracay, Palawan or Cebu. But post-pandemic, and with the growth of integrated resorts in the capital city such as Solaire Resort, Korean tourists are being urged to stay longer.
Sojourn over Chuseok holiday
This Chuseok, also known as Korea's Thanksgiving holiday, in late September, was one of the longest, six days in total. For working Koreans such as me, at the tail end of the Korean baby boomer generation, six days amounted to a full summer holiday. Suddenly with time on my hands and fatigued from work, after searching numerous online travel platforms, I walked into an old-fa...
What first-generation college students actually need
First-generation college students are less alone than they were a decade ago.
Big agriculture doesn’t want a fair Farm Bill
The United States’ food system is facing a crisis eerily similar to what we experienced almost 100 years ago: A corporate-dominated marketplace, strangled by an elite few, that holds farmers and consumers hostage to greed.
Sef-driving cars
Korea's localities
The few months before monsoon season are a great time to hit the road outside of Seoul, to discover Korean localities. I am not talking about the well-known, popular ones such as Jeju Island or Dokdo islets but more approachable cities and counties reachable by express bus or train. For non-mountain climbing, day-trip-seeking travelers, local cities and counties offer a respi...
New Alzheimer's drugs are costly and controversial. Are we going about this all wrong?
The Food and Drug Administration's recent approval of new Alzheimer's drugs sparked a flicker of hope for the millions affected by this devastating disease. But this progress casts a puzzling shadow.
Two notable developments
When the young May verdant gives way to deeper summer greens in June, many Koreans - particularly older Koreans who remember directly or have indirect memories from stories told by their parents who went through the Korean War - pause to remember.
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