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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Tue, September 26, 2023 | 09:29
Scientist founds bioplastic startup
Hwang Dong-soo, an associate professor at the Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), is doing what his colleagues wouldn't normally do.
Why did UK museum grow mushrooms in coffee grounds?
London's Victoria and Albert Museum has the world's oldest museum restaurant, which was established in the 1850s.
[ANNIVERSARY] Chefs to join Team South Korea in Tokyo Olympics
Chefs and food ingredients will accompany the South Korean team and delegation traveling to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics next year. The chefs will prepare food for the South Koreans using homegrown ingredients for the duration of the Games.
S. Korea men's, women's football coaches set sights on winning regional title
Host South Korea will be out to win both the men's and women's titles at an upcoming regional football tournament, the teams' head coaches said Tuesday. Paulo Bento, the men's bench boss, and Colin Bell, the new head coach of the women's team, discussed their goals for the 2019 East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) E-1 Football Championship at the tournament kickoff press con...
Bears' pitcher Bae announces retirement
After 138 regular season wins and eight championship rings, the 38-year-old right-hander Bae Young-soo is finally calling it a day in South Korean baseball.
Sangha Farm captivates visitors with organic experiences
GOCHANG, North Jeolla Province - Gochang, 250 kilometers southwest of Seoul, has a flat landscape and enjoys a reputation as a clean county.
Korea's first Olympic silver medalist dies at 85
Boxer Hong Soon-chun, who won South Korea's first Olympic silver medal, died on Tuesday. He was 85.
Korean researcher invents plastic bag using pulp and crab shell
Hwang Sung-yeon, 45, a researcher at the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, recently invented a plastic bag using substances from pulp and crab shells, the first invention of its kind by a Korean researcher.
After running in N. Korea, British snowboarder convinced sport can open up isolated countries
For British Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller, North Korea was unknown territory, literally. And running a marathon was unknown territory, figuratively.
Jang Ha-na edges out Lee Da-yeon with stunning shot on final hole
Jang Ha-na won the Hana Financial Group Championship following an astonishing shot on the penultimate hole, Sunday, when she nearly converted her third shot into an eagle. However, she had to settle for a winning tap-in birdie.