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Reporter : Lee Hyo-sik
Sun, December 3, 2023 | 10:16
Korean Air demands Seoul city stop blocking land sale
Korean Air released a statement, Friday, demanding the Seoul Metropolitan Government stop blocking the sale of a site in downtown Seoul, which the air carrier seeks to dispose of to raise much-needed cash.
Top prosecutor rejects justice minister's reform proposal
The Supreme Prosecutors' Office has rejected a recent proposal made by the Ministry of Justice to reorganize the prosecution, a move certain to deepen the ongoing rift between Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae and Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl, according to legal circles Friday.
Tourism underrated as job creator, growth driver
My humble career in the tourism industry has given me the opportunity to experience some of the world's most dynamic tourism markets including Singapore, Malaysia, China, Australia and New Zealand, and exotic places such as Bangladesh and Mongolia.
31 out of 72 arriving from Iraq show coronavirus symptoms
Thirty-one out of 72 workers arriving from Iraq, Friday, showed possible coronavirus symptoms, according to the government's COVID-10 response headquarters.
'Go vegan'
Civic group members wearing pig-like face masks stage a performance to promote veganism at Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul, Sunday. Yonhap
Summer already?
Children play on Haeundae Beach, one of the most visited summer tourist spots in Busan, Sunday. The city will officially open the beach to the public Monday requiring them to keep 2 meters apart from one another and follow other social distancing rules. Yonhap
Court lifts sales ban on Meditoxin
Medytox received a court order Friday allowing the company to resume the production, sale and use of three dosage units of Meditoxin, its flagship botulinum toxin product.
Dermatologists oppose gov't move to cancel Meditoxin permit
Dermatologists are opposing a government move to nullify the permit issued to Medytox for the manufacture, sale and use of three dosage units of Meditoxin, the firm's flagship botulinum toxin product, according to their association Thursday.
To prevent virus spread
Teachers set up plastic partitions on cafeteria tables at Duksoo High School in Seoul, Wednesday, to prevent the possible spread of the coronavirus. High school seniors are scheduled to return to school May 20. Yonhap
Hyundai Pharm's diabetes drug gets FDA approval for phase 2 clinical trial
Hyundai Pharm has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a phase 2 clinical trial of its new drug treating type 2 diabetes, the company said Sunday. The drug, HDNO-1605 (HD-6277), targets the G-protein-coupled receptor 40 (GPR40), also known as free fatty acid receptor 1, which plays a pivotal role in the regulation of insulin secretion, according to the firm. It is proven to lessen hypoglycemia and other side-effects of diabetes medications, according to Hyundai, which says diabetic patients can effectively regulate their insulin levels by taking only one pil...
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