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'I want my tuition back'
University students stage a protest in front of the Korean Association of Private University Presidents in Seoul, Wednesday, asking their tuitions to be reimbursed. Amid the new coronavirus outbreak, many universities shut their campuses down and offered online lectures but many students said they didn't like them.
Judge recuses himself in sex exploitation case
A lower court judge in Seoul initially assigned to hear one of the cases involving a suspect accused of selling access to violent sexual videos on Telegram recused himself Monday amid mounting public pressure against him.
Chief prosecutor featured in Russian magazine
Prosecutor Hwang Cheol-kyu, 55, who heads the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP), has been featured on the cover of the latest issue of the Russian magazine, “Prosecutor.”
Infections at cram schools stokes fears among students, parents
A teacher at a Seoul private cram school targeting university students wishing to transfer to another university was among new COVID-19 patients, stoking fears among students who attended the institute and their parents, according to the health authorities, Monday.
Telegram sex video case makes Samsung worried
Sexual exploitation suspect Cho Ju-bin's alleged extortion scheme involving cable news channel JTBC's CEO Sohn Seok-hee is causing worries for Samsung.
Dealing with medical waste
Staff at Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center in Daegu load medical waste containers onto a truck, Sunday./ Yonhap
Retired biology teacher fights for wetland conservation
Park June-log is a retired high school biology teacher from Busan who is passionate about conserving wetlands in the city and protecting the migratory bird species that visit them.
Telegram sex crime suspect extorts from high-profile figures
Cho Ju-bin, 24, accused of blackmailing women and minors to make sexually abusive videos, is also facing fraud allegations involving two journalists and a former politician, according to police Thursday.
'Thank you for stopping my life as the devil'
Cho Ju-bin, 24, who allegedly blackmailed minors and women to create sexually abusive videos and distributed the material in secret chat rooms on Telegram, appeared in front of the press Wednesday, outside Jongno Police Station in Seoul. “Thank you for putting a brake on the life of a devil that couldn't be stopped,” he said unapologetically, drawing outrage from women's righ...
As people practice social distancing, Seoul Library's e-books gain popularity
As social distancing becomes the new norm amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Seoul Metropolitan Library is offering free e-books and audiobooks to entertain people at home.