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Ukrainians in Korea devastated by war-torn homeland
It was around midday on Feb. 24, when 23-year-old Kostiantyn Kozoriz, a Ukrainian resident in Seoul, saw on live broadcasts how Kyiv, the capital of his homeland, was being bombarded by Russian forces.
'Less lethal' Omicron leads to record-high deaths, critical cases
Korea is grappling with record-high deaths and critical cases due to the sheer volume of new infections fueled by the fast-spreading Omicron variant, although the variant has been found to be less lethal than previous variants of the coronavirus. According to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), the country reported 309,790 new infections for Sunday, raisin...
Afghan children find it hard to adapt to life in Ulsan
ULSAN - While students of Seoboo elementary school in Ulsan headed to classes on the first day of the spring semester on March 2, 9-year-old Zainab from Afghanistan, who moved to the southeastern port city last month, had to stay at home. She asked her parents when she would be able to join her peers at school, but neither of them gave her a clear answer, which left the girl ...
Yoon finds sweeping support in ex-President Park's political hometown
President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol's landslide victory in Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province was somewhat surprising for many, considering his bitter relations with ex-president Park Geun-hye, whose political stronghold was Daegu.
Undeterred by worst COVID-19 wave, voters turn out to choose Korea's next president
Election Day has arrived in Korea amid the nation's worst COVID-19 wave yet, with the country reporting an all-time high of 342,446 daily new infections for Tuesday. But fear of infection did not stop Koreans from making their pick for who will lead the country for the next five years. While general voting began across 14,464 polling stations nationwide from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. ...
Next president to write new chapter in history
Regardless of who eventually emerges victorious in the presidential election on Wednesday, the next president is expected to open a new chapter in Korea's political history
Easing of distancing measures ahead of election raises speculation on timing
The government's decision to ease COVID-19 regulations earlier than initially planned despite a record surge in coronavirus infections is calling the policy change into question. As the abrupt readjustment of the social distancing measures came less than a week ahead of the March 9 presidential election, some critics claim the government is compromising public health and safe...
'Miracle shampoo' faces sale ban over toxic chemical claims
A shampoo introduced by a Korean cosmetics company which “miraculously” turns gray hair to black, is facing a major setback as the country's drug safety regulator seeks to ban the sale of the product citing the presence of toxic chemicals in its ingredients.
Korea becoming center of global bio-workforce training
The World Health Organization (WHO) nominated Korea as the global bio-manufacturing workforce training hub on Feb. 23.
Russians in Korea unite against Putin's war on Ukraine
Anti-government protests are rarely held in Russia, as the authoritarian regime does not tolerate expression of dissent against the Kremlin. However, President Vladimir Putin's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has immediately provoked strong backlash among Russian citizens. Mass demonstrations erupted across Russia over the weekend, where attendees protested against what the Ru...
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