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: Yoon Ja-young
Sun, August 14, 2022 | 13:12
Sleeping longer hours correlates with IQ: study
If you are one of those parents making your children sit up late doing homework, you'd better think again. A study revealed that children sleeping longer hours tend to have higher IQs.
Health & Science
| 2021-07-01 14:54
Hundreds gather for water gun fight at Everland despite virus worries
Hundreds of people gathered for water gun fights at Everland, the country's largest theme park, as more people are loosening up on social distancing measures. Experts warn that wet masks will not protect wearers against transmission of COVID-19.
| 2021-06-29 17:03
Korea set to ease social distancing amid lingering concerns
People line up to buy Chanel bags on rumors of price hikes
People are lining up in front of Chanel stores upon rumors that there will be price hikes next month. Luxury brands, including Chanel, have usually raised prices steeply after such rumors ― which is suspected to be one of their business tactics.
| 2021-06-29 15:37
300,000 won penalty for failing to recycle transparent water bottles separately
Transparent PET bottles are seen in the recycling bin of an apartment complex in Sejong City. Some of them still have labels on them, which should have been removed. Korea Times photo by Yoon Ja-youngBy Yoon Ja-youngPeople living in apartments need to be more careful when recycling. If they fail to comply with proper plastic recycling regulations, they could face a fine of up...
| 2021-06-28 17:09
Late Samsung chairman's house up for sale
The residence of late Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee / Screenshot from Kakao Map's Road ViewBy Yoon Ja-youngThe residence of late Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee is up for sale. As the bereaved family is subject to inheritance taxes of more than 12 trillion won ($10.6 billion), the money is expected to be used to pay off these.According to a report by Chosun Biz, the h...
| 2021-06-28 16:17
High-speed train project raising housing prices, conflict
The high speed train GTX project that aims at stabilizing the housing market is triggering a housing price hike. Residents of various locations are demanding that the train should stop in their town while opposing the building of additional stations in neighboring towns.
| 2021-06-21 18:38
Aged farming population prompts shift in local produce
An increasing number of Seongju farmers are giving up this profitable Oriental melon due to their age. As the older generation of farmers become weaker each year, they are finding it harder to bend over and squat to cultivate and harvest the fruit that grows in sprawling ground vines. Instead, these melon farmers are increasingly switching to Shine Muscat, an increasingly pop...
| 2021-06-21 16:04
Baby boomers change image of senior citizens in Korea
Senior citizens in Korea are healthier, wealthier, more active and confident than ever. If elderly people were typically depicted as passive and dependent, suffering from poverty, the new generation of senior citizens gives off a different image.A woman surnamed Roh, who runs a small hardware shop with her husband in Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, lived under the same ...
Health & Science
| 2021-06-19 09:35
High school junior found dead after being accused of cheating
A high school junior has been found dead after pleading her innocence when a teacher accused her of cheating on an English assessment test.
| 2021-06-15 16:15
Where have all the 50,000 won bills gone?
Fifty-thousand won bills, Korea's largest cash denomination, are disappearing. Many are believed to be held by individuals amid uncertainties over the economy. According to the Bank of Korea, 6.32 trillion won worth of 50,000 won ($45) notes were issued in the first quarter of this year. However, the 50,000 won bills that have been collected by the bank during the same period...
| 2021-06-15 13:34
Seoul City to retrofit manholes to prevent fatal falls during floods
Ruling party politicians' visits to flood-damaged areas cause stir
Yoon pardons Samsung chief, other business tycoons to 'overcome economic crisis'
Why has Apple Pay been unavailable in Korea?
Korea lacks data to operate autonomous vehicles
Disney beats Netflix in streaming subscribers
Lotte Chilsung Beverage CEO's leadership questioned over numerous scandals
Korean 'jang,' Japanese miso soup turn historic animosity into tasty friendship
Star novelist's 'Harbin' on Korean independence fighter becomes bestseller
[Exclusive] KDB accelerates drive to set up new hub in EU
Ice is melting, land is burning
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