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Typhoon Hinnamnor exits S. Korea leaving 11 dead, one missing
Super Typhoon Hinnamnor moved out of South Korea early Tuesday morning about 2 1/2 hours after making landfall on the southern coast, leaving 11 dead, one missing and thousands others evacuated, authorities said.
S. Korea braces as Typhoon Hinnamnor nears
Super Typhoon Hinnamnor has gradually moved northward to reach waters off the southern island of Jeju on Monday, the state weather agency said. The typhoon is classified as a "very strong" typhoon packing a maximum sustained wind speed of 49 meters per second.
Korean immigrants talk about expectations and reality of life in US
To those who dream of achieving success through hard work, irrespective of their color, gender, heritage or status, the word 'American dream’ could fill them with hope. Moving to a different country can come with great opportunities but the life of those in a minority is not all sunshine and roses.
Singer Psy's company under probe over death of water concert worker
An artist management company established by world famous singer Psy has come under investigation by the labor ministry over the death of an outsourced worker during the dismantling of facilities after a Psy concert, officials said Thursday.
Tree featured in 'Extraordinary Attorney Woo' to become natural monument
An old hackberry tree shown in the TV sensation "Extraordinary Attorney Woo" will be designated as a natural monument, a government agency said Wednesday.
Solo Leveling artist's death sheds light on webtoon creators' working condition
In the wake of the death of 37-year-old webtoon illustrator Jang Sung-rak last month following an unexpected health issue, concerns have been once again mounting over webcomics artists' poor, harsh working conditions. Since 2018, Jang had served as an illustrator for the globally popular fantasy action series, "Solo Leveling."
What Seoul's worst rainfall in 115 years looked like
Record rainfall pounded most of the Seoul metropolitan region on Monday and Tuesday leaving nine people dead and seven others missing. The downpour flooded and destroyed roads and subway stations, triggered landslides, clogged underground water drainage systems, and forced the evacuations of people living in low-lying areas.
Record rainfall pounds Seoul region, leaving 8 dead and 6 missing
Record rainfall pounded most of the Seoul metropolitan region on Monday and Tuesday leaving 8 people dead and 6 others missing. The downpour flooded and destroyed roads and subway stations, triggered landslides, clogged underground water drainage systems, and forced the evacuations of people living in low-lying areas.
Hyundai Mobis CEO runs for ISO leadership race as first Korean candidate│CEO Interview
Cho Sung-hwan, CEO of Hyundai Mobis, the world’s leading auto parts company headquartered in Seoul, has recently announced his plan to embark on a new journey, deciding to run for the presidency of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
BTS may be allowed to perform while serving in military
Defense Minister Lee Jong-sup has said there could be a way to allow members of K-pop supergroup BTS to perform overseas while carrying out their mandatory military service. The commissioner of the Military Manpower Administration (MMA), Lee Ki-sik, also told the National Assembly the agency is reviewing different options of alternative military service to help the septet con...
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