Opinion     
Monday, July 14, 2014 | 3:38 a.m. ET     
+Login    +Register    +Find Id / Pw Home  l  Archives  l  Learning Times  |  Sitemap  |  Subscription  l  Media Kit  l  PDF
   Home > Newszone > Opinion > Times Column >
  People
  National
  Money
  Technology
  Culture
  Sports
  Opinion
    Editorial  
    Times Column  
    Reporter's Notebook  
    Guest Column  
    Thoughts of the Times  
    Letter to the Editor  
    Cartoon  
    Today in History  
  Community
  World
  Issues
  NIE Times
     About English News
     iBT TOEFL
     Essay



Delivering to World
Recently, I had the chance to travel through the suburbs of Rome. Now, the Italian capital may well need no further introduction, but its surround areas are definitely lesser known to ordinary travelers, being parts of the wider Lazio region. Stig..

Lighten Up, Yale
There appears to be neither light nor truth in the way Yale University is handling the defamation case brought against it by Dongguk University over what the private U.S. college calls "innocent mistakes" for its role in helping trigger the Shin Je..

Gutless Ruling
The Constitution is meant to protect people's rights and the Constitutional Court exists to uphold its spirit based on the premise that all power comes from the people.

Mike, the Point Is ...
I enjoyed your column about my column. As usual, yours filled in parts left missing and straightened a skewed line of logic. I am writing today's column not as a "counter-column" to yours or with the intention of rebutting what you stated, but more..

Rights to Better Education
Foreign-language high schools have been under fire since a governing party lawmaker branded them as the main culprit behind the country's unusual private education craze earlier this month.

Lone Star & ETS
Call it extra dues one has to pay for living in Korea or take it as a higher law.

A Toast With Makgeolli
When the presidential couple hosted lunch for Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and his wife, Miyuki, following a summit at Cheong Wa Dae on Oct. 9, the menu included "makgeolli," a traditional Korean rice wine.

Too Many Mea Culpas
Everyone's into apologies these days. Which isn't surprising, considering that a lot of people have a lot for which they should apologize, both publicly and privately.

Zero Sum Game
Looking at the heated debate over whether to abolish elitist foreign language schools, I can't help thinking that we Koreans are never Darwinian evolutionists but rather true believers in Schumpeter's theory of creative destruction with the emphasi..

Gwanghwamun Plaza Blues
Gwanghwamun Plaza sits in the wrong place. In the middle of roads with heavy traffic, it looks awkward and hazardous.

Why We Do Story on Champix
The reason why we are insisting on covering the side effects of Champix, Pfizer's smoking cessation drug, is not to penalize a multinational conglomerate on the basis of anti-globalization sentiment.

Tears of an Elderly
Even in this age of botox, laser treatments and other nip-and-tuck surgeries, the faces of our grandparents, chockfull of white hair, creases and slow smiles, are comforting to the young. The young, either unconsciously or consciously, realize that..

Mayor Ohs Folly
Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon is emulating what his predecessor, President Lee Myung-bak, did when he was the mayor in the lead-up to becoming the holder of the nation's highest office.

Chungs Road Not Taken
President Lee Myung-bak won applause by nominating former Seoul National University President Chung Un-chan as prime minister on Sept. 3. The appointment was a winning card for Lee as it coincided with his latest centrist-pragmatist direction, show..

Why Is Sports Better Than Politics?
Politics and sports are comparable because both are based on competition and produce moments of human triumph that are so moving as to bring spectators to tears.

Apology and Struggles
Chung Mong-joon, chairman of the governing Grand National Party (GNP), has apologized to members of the GNP secretariat for what he called a "thing" he did seven years ago.

SNU Xenophobic?
Seoul National University (SNU) is Korea's top school that has served as breeding ground for the nation's leaders for more than a half century at the peak of its industrialization.

[prev...]  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31 
 
Police arrest woman for heroin after naked yoga display
Apples improve sexual pleasure for women
North Korea test-fires Scuds from Gaeseong
Fart smells could prevent cancer, researchers claim
Strangers get naked together in 'Undress Me'
North Korea test fires two ballistic missiles: Seoul
China parody video makes fun of NK leader
Nine memorable moments of World Cup so far
Australia eyes North Korea bill
Dutch crush Brazil to secure third place