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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Mon, February 26, 2024 | 16:12
Wuhan evacuees spend calm weekend
The government said Sunday that 701 Koreans who were evacuated from Wuhan, China, due to the outbreak of a new deadly corona virus, spent a calm weekend.
'Desperate time calls for desperate measures'
It is time for residents of Jincheon and Asan to accept the government's decision to house 720 Korean evacuees from Wuhan when they arrive home, conflict resolution experts said Thursday.
Cho Kuk stripped of professorship at Seoul National University
Seoul National University said Wednesday that it has decided to remove former Justice Minister Cho Kuk from his position as a law professor at the school.
Municipalities refuse to house 720 from Wuhan
Municipal administrations and residents are going all-out to prevent 700 Koreans being evacuated from Wuhan, China, from coming to their communities amid growing concerns over the spread of a coronavirus disease, government officials said Wednesday.
Global intern from Rwanda reads books to children
Claudine Ukubereyimfura, 22, a student at Yonsei University, is a storyteller who reads books in English to children in Seoul.
Gangnam launches new logo 'ME ME WE GANGNAM'
Gangnam District has recently launched its own logo, “ME ME WE GANGNAM.”
Korean Air to share profits with local tour companies
Korean Air said Thursday it will share part of the company's profits with local tour operators suffering from lower travel demand for Japan.
67 medical clinics open for Lunar New Year holiday
As the four-day Lunar New Year holiday starts, here are some things to keep in mind in the case of an emergency. For those who fall sick, 67 medical clinics and 1,829 pharmacies will stay open in Seoul. The list of hospitals includes the Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul Red Cross Hospital and Shinchon Yonsei Hospital. For those who can speak Korean, information can a...
Seoul mayor blames speculation for soaring housing prices
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon blamed speculators for soaring housing prices in the capital, arguing Monday that the central government should impose higher taxes on property speculation and allocate extra money to build more public housing.
Customers sue Korean Air over loyalty program
Seven Korean Air customers filed a complaint with the Fair Trade Commission (FTC), Monday, alleging unfair trading over proposed changes to the company's loyalty program.
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