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Mon, May 29, 2023 | 18:26
Singer undergoes questioning on sexual assault allegation
Southern Seoul Police interrogated singer Kim Gun-mo, Wednesday, over an allegation that he sexually assaulted a hostess bar employee in August 2016.
New PET bottle recycling rule effective on Feb. 1
In 2018, a waste crisis occurred in Seoul after private waste collectors refused to pick up plastic, leading to the central government banning the use of plastic bags and cups in big supermarkets and coffee shops nationwide. Starting from Feb. 1, residents of the capital will face another consequence. The city will collect plastic bottles made of polyethylene terephthalate - ...
Moon vows to speed up prosecution reform
President Moon Jae-in sided with Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae, Tuesday, who has been engaged in a high-profile dispute with Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl, showing his determination to accelerate prosecutorial reform.
Retired para ice hockey player becomes YouTuber
Han Min-soo, a former national ice hockey player whose team won the bronze medal at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, has become a YouTuber promoting the sport.
Political tit for tat continues between Cheon Wa Dae and Prosecution
The Ministry of Justice ordered the Supreme Prosecutors Office, Friday, to seek its endorsement when launching a special investigation unit, the latest in a political tit for tat between Cheong Wa Dae and Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol.
Justice minister's top priority: making prosecutors powerless
Justice Minister Choo Mi-ae replaced senior prosecutors,Wednesday, who were leading investigations into major corruption scandals involving President Moon Jae-in's aides. Han Dong-hoon, the head of the anti-corruption department, who was looking into alleged illegal actions by former Justice Minister Cho Kuk, was assigned to the No. 2 post in the High Prosecutors Office in Bu...
'Milk decreases breast cancer risk by 42%'
Drinking milk everyday can reduce the risk for breast cancer by up to 42 percent, a recent study found.
Welfare system failing to rescue poor
The government's social welfare system has come under fire after a three-member family struggling with financial difficulties committed suicide earlier this week.
Judge under fire for running in general election
Lee Soo-jin, a former district court judge, resigned from her post Monday to run in the upcoming general election, a move that has drawn criticism for “damaging the integrity” of judges.
Accidents on black ice
Cars are piled up on a highway near Hapcheon, South Gyeongsang Province, Monday, following a multiple vehicle collision involving 40 vehicles. No one was reported killed, but eight people were injured. The police said black ice, a thin coating of clear ice on roads ― usually invisible to drivers ― was the cause of the accident. /Yonhap