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Reporter : Kwon Mee-yoo
Sun, December 3, 2023 | 10:32
Sportstoto transforms sports betting into catalyst for inclusive development
Sportstoto, Korea's official sports betting service, serves as an exemplary model of how a public betting system can effectively support the country's sports development.
Former Hungarian ambassador honored with Gwanghwa Medal
Former Hungarian Ambassador to Korea Mozes Csoma was honored with the Gwanghwa Medal by Korea earlier this month during a ceremony at Karoli Gaspar University in Budapest.
Seoul highlights artistry of ASEAN pottery
The ASEAN-Korea Centre (AKC) presents the richness of Southeast Asian culture through pottery at the “ASEAN Week 2023,' East Gate of COEX in southern Seoul, Nov. 8 to 11.
[INTERVIEW] Californian sunshine, Seoul winter inspire You Gui-mi's canvases
Korean artist You Gui-mi, also stylized as Guimi You, presents her solo exhibition 'Winter Blossom' at Make Room LA, artfully contrasting the landscapes of sunlit California and bleak Seoul, both hold a special place in her heart.
Korea Times photojournalist wins award
Korea Times photographer Shim Hyun-chul, right, receives an award from Korea Press Photographers' Association (KPPA) Chairman Lee Ho-jae of the Seoul Economic Daily during a ceremony at the Korea Press Center in central Seoul, Nov. 3. Shim won in the Best Portrait Photo category of the KPPA's 248th monthly press photography contest for his photo of Ryu Young-joon, a pathologi...
'L’art Reste' shines during New York reading as Korean musical theater eyes global stages
Korean musical 'L’art Reste' recently had a reading in New York, signaling the growing international presence of Korean musical theater.
Historic epitaph plaque of wife of first Korean minister to US returns to Korea
The epitaph plaque of Madam Jo (1841-92), wife of Park Chung-yang (1841-1905), Korea's first minister to the United States in 1887, has found its way back to her descendants in Korea.
[INTERVIEW] Librarian from Colorado highlights rising appeal of Korean studies
Adam Lisbon, Japanese and Korean studies librarian at the University of Colorado Boulder, highlighted the growing interest in Korean culture and studies within academic circles.
Gwangju Uprising site to be restored
Second Vice Culture Minister Jang Mi-ran, center, attends a groundbreaking ceremony for the restoration of the South Jeolla provincial government building in Gwangju, Monday, with other dignitaries including the May Mothers, a civic group consisting of mothers of the victims of the government's deadly suppression of the 1980 Gwangju Uprising. The Ministry of Culture, Sports a...
[INTERVIEW] Jung U-ji, Lee Seo-young bridge past, present of Korean girl groups in 'SheStars!'
The musical 'SheStars!' brings to life the stories of six iconic girl groups who paved the way for today's global K-pop sensation. The cast of 10 dynamic actresses includes Jung U-ji and Lee Seo-young, who have transitioned from K-pop idols to musical theater stars. Their unique experience in the K-pop scene enriches the show, adding layers of depth to their performances.
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