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Reporter : Jun Ji-hye
Sun, December 3, 2023 | 20:06
Being young does not necessarily equate to being happy
A man in his 20s, who was hired by one of the world's major IT companies three years ago, quit his job last year.
Chances to take Korean language test overseas to double next year
Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) opportunities will double next year for people outside the country, according to the Ministry of Education, Wednesday.
No. of psychiatrists in Korea remains in lower rank among OECD nations
The number of psychiatrists per 1,000 people in Korea was far less than the average of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member nations due mainly to lack of government investment into mental health services, an opposition lawmaker said Tuesday.
4 in 10 foreign students entering Korea for language study overstay visas
Four out of 10 foreign nationals who enter Korea on a language study visa end up overstaying their visas, a lawmaker said Tuesday, urging the government to tighten the visa screening process for foreign students.
Former UNC, USFK soldiers to visit Korea upon invitation of veterans ministry
The ministry invited 45 former UNC and USFK soldiers to express the country’s gratitude for their contribution to post-war reconstruction and maintaining a security posture here.
Korea on alert over increase in tuberculosis patients among elderly
Health authorities are on alert over an increasing number of tuberculosis (TB) patients among the elderly, as TB is one of the most fatal contagious diseases, especially for those who are vulnerable to respiratory illness.
Foreign tourists invited to experience K-food delivery service
Foreign tourists will be able to receive discounts of up to 80 percent on Korean food and its delivery services, government officials said Thursday.
Major cram schools face probe for buying exam questions from public teachers
The so-called “big three” private education businesses - Megastudy, Sidae Injae and Daesung Hagwon - are currently facing respective police investigations over cases of possible collusion, where they allegedly bought exam questions from school teachers who had served as test writers for the state-administered College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT).
Gov't to boost Korean language education for multiethnic students
The government will strengthen Korean language education for children of multicultural families to help them overcome difficulties caused by language barriers, the Ministry of Education announced, Tuesday.
Will new measures ease shortage of pediatricians in Korea?
The government announced new measures to address a shortage of pediatric physicians in Korea, which experts fear could escalate into a major child health care crisis.
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