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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Thu, November 30, 2023 | 00:09
Pandemic brings changes to Korea's courts
At 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday, courtroom 477 of the Seoul Central District Court was unusually empty.
Donhwamun Theater serves as lifeline for traditional musicians under pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit musicians particularly hard - they have lost their chance to perform and many have been forced to take temporary jobs to support themselves.
Adoptee's 'rocky' journey to find birth family
For, Kara Bos, 38, a Korean adoptee who's been searching for her birth mother since 2017, Friday was a very special day.
QR code scanning becomes mandatory at bars, karaokes
Mandatory QR code scanning went into effect Wednesday for bars, room salons and singing rooms across Korea, one of many measures taken by health authorities to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Attractions near Seoul's three historic mountains
Starting from Mount Dobong and Surak in the north, Seoul has many mountains. Mount Gwanak and Cheonggye are part of the city's southern border and the city stretches all the way to Mount Ilja and Gaewha in the east and west, respectively.
Samsung heir's fate hinges on external committee
After the court dismissed the prosecution's request for an arrest warrant for Lee Jae-yong, the vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, eyes are now on an external committee which is set to discuss the validity of Lee's indictment.
Head of shelter for ex-sex slaves found dead
The director of a shelter run for former wartime sex slaves was found dead in her home in an apparent suicide, according to the police on Sunday.
Pedersen adds public-private partnership experience to GGGI
When Susanne Pedersen joined the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) one year ago, she brought with her experience in facilitating public-private partnerships in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Seoul mayor praises residents' response to COVID-19
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon praised residents of the capital Thursday for sacrificing their civil liberties for safety and respecting government advisories during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donors want their money back from sex slavery NGO
A group of donors filed a civil suit against the House of Sharing, a non-government organization purportedly taking care of former sex slavery victims and working to bring justice for them, Thursday, demanding the return of their money.