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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Tue, May 30, 2023 | 20:12
[ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL] Source of insight into Korea for more than 2 decades: Canadian envoy
Michael Danagher, the Canadian Ambassador to Korea, has been reading The Korea Times since 1993 when he first served in Korea.
Seoul City, science ministry clashing over new public Wi-Fi service
The Seoul Metropolitan Government's plan to offer new public Wi-Fi services is causing friction with the Ministry of Science and ICT, according to officials Tuesday.
5th Seoul Brand Global Forum to open Wednesday
The fifth Seoul Brand Global Forum will convene online on Wednesday, featuring three prominent overseas experts.
Mother talks about reunion with her lost daughter
In June 1976, Lee Eung-sun's three-year-old daughter went missing in a crowded market. Last week the mother, now 78, was reunited through a video chat with her daughter, now 47 and residing in the U.S.
Korea urged to improve rights of children of illegal aliens
Born in 2001 in Korea, Seo graduated from a high school in February but couldn't go to university because she wasn't eligible to take the annual scholastic aptitude test because of her illegal status. Both her parents are undocumented immigrants. “I feel discouraged to see my friends going on to universities but not me. I feel like giving up all the hope,” said Seo who refuse...
Tearful reunion after 44 years
A 78-year-old woman was reunited with her 47-year-old daughter who went missing 44 years ago in Seoul, in an emotional video meeting on Friday that connected Korea and the U.S.
4 incineration plants lead Seoul's household waste management
From delivery boxes to toilet paper, food waste, recyclable items and plastic items - domestic waste refers to all types of waste produced by households.
New virus infections bounce back to triple digits
The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said Tuesday that 102 new COVID-19 infections were reported for Monday, a return to triple-digit cases on the day social distancing guidelines were eased and reigniting concerns that it was too early to lift the restrictions. On Monday, the social distancing guidelines were lowered to Level 1 allowing people to pursue nor...
Gov't push with anti-abortion laws triggers opposition movement online
The Korean government's current focus on abortion laws has triggered women here to launch an online movement under the hashtag #IHadAnAbortion.
Outbreaks feared to continue after Chuseok
Korea's daily COVID-19 total was 69 on Wednesday, returning to double digits after spiking over 100 the previous day. While many people began showing relief that more mass infections following the Chuseok holiday may no longer be a worry, several medical experts, including Dr. Kim Woo-joo from Korea University Guro Hospital in Seoul, said infections linked to the holiday have...
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