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Thu, October 21, 2021 | 13:59
Yoido Full Gospel Church founder Cho Yong-gi dies
Rev. Cho Yong-gi, founder and senior pastor of the Yoido Full Gospel Church, died Tuesday. He was 85. The pastor emeritus passed away at 7:13 a.m. in Seoul National University Hospital due to a brain hemorrhage, the church said. The church is the largest single congregation in the world and is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. Cho had been hospitalized due to ...
| 2021-09-14 15:05
NTCK's multimedia play to be showcased for roaming audience
The National Theater Company of Korea (NTCK) will showcase a new COVID-19-friendly form of tour-like multimedia play that invites its audience to move around outside of the theater, showcasing a VR performance about poet Yi Sang (1910-37), the 1930s and present.
| 2021-09-14 12:24
Catholic Church joins net zero drive
The Catholic Diocese of Suwon consisting of 222 churches in the region pledged to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2040 by using renewable energy in its facilities.
Labor & Environment
| 2021-09-13 15:01
Number of regular churchgoers declines while pastors, church numbers increase
Churches have needed to close their doors to worshippers due to the tightened social distancing measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, banning people from church-related activities, such as face-to-face worship services and other gatherings.
| 2021-09-13 09:00
National Changgeuk Company of Korea performs hybrid media art adaptation of traditional pansori folktale
The “Heungbuga” is one of five surviving pansori (a traditional Korean genre of storytelling performed by a singer and drummer), stories that have largely been performed by singers known as “soriggun” in Korean, and enjoyed by the public since the Joseon Kingdom (1392-1910). Many artists have performed the story, which revolves around the poor family of Heungbu (also known as...
| 2021-09-12 18:23
[INTERVIEW] Belgian filmmaker explores why young Koreans are dominating classical music
It is no longer a rarity to hear about Koreans sweeping international classical music competitions. Just recently, pianists Park Jae-hong and Kim Do-hyun won the first and second prizes, respectively, at the 63rd Ferruccio Busoni International Piano Competition in Italy, one of the most prestigious piano competitions in the world.
| 2021-09-10 08:48
Dancers, artists urge gov't to include dance classes in school
A group of dancers including Kang Sue-jin, artistic director of the Korean National Ballet, actor Park Sang-won, professor of the Seoul Institute of the Arts and Kim Bo-ram, artistic director of Ambiguous Dance Company urged the government to introduce dance classes in elementary and middle schools as part of their efforts to expand the rights for students to receive an arts ...
| 2021-09-09 18:31
Letters of Korea's first Catholic priest published in English
Marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Saint Andrew Kim Dae-geon (1821-46), the Research Foundation of Korean Church History under the Archdiocese of Seoul has published an English translation of “The Letters of Saint Andrew Kim Dae-geon,” one of the three memorial books on his activities as an important early figure in the Catholic Church in Korea.
| 2021-09-09 16:00
Progressive Protestants, Catholics launch solidarity network for anti-discrimination law
Protestants and Catholics joined hands to launch a Christian solidarity network to support passage of an anti-discrimination bill, amid a backlash from conservative Christians against sexual minorities.
| 2021-09-08 09:00
More human sacrifice evidence unearthed at Gyeongju palace site
The remains of a woman believed to have been killed as a human sacrifice in her 20s as early as the 4th century have been uncovered along with a bracelet, a necklace, a vessel and animal bones, at the Wolseong Palace excavation site in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province, the Gyeongju National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage (GNRICH) revealed, Tuesday.
| 2021-09-07 16:22
2 people collapse after drinking water at the office; their colleague found dead at home
Regional universities experience student shortage
Local campsites struggling with trash, noise from campers
Two Koreas showcase weapons tech despite attempts for talks
Umbrella union stages mass rally in Seoul
Edison Motors named as preferred negotiator for SsangYong
Luxury hotels transformed into cultural venues
Amid US-China row, Tesla's growth benefits Korean suppliers
[ANALYSIS] New Capital Markets Act weighs on smaller PEFs
[ANALYSIS] US bitcoin ETF debut will not boost crypto growth in Korea
Daily life in Haiti after a series of environmental disasters and political unrest
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