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Comedian slapped with fine for defaming lawmaker
A comedian was slapped with a 500,000 won fine by a court for defamatory remarks about a ruling party lawmaker.
| 2010-12-08 18:55
Man ordered to pay compensation for affair
A 77-year-old man has been ordered to pay a large amount of alimony to his wife for an extramarital affair he had with a younger woman lasting 12 years, according to a Seoul family court.
| 2010-12-06 20:28
Specter of war
South Korea deserves a lot of credit for seamlessly hosting the G20 summit on Nov. 11 and 12. For months, a countless number of government officials and police officers as well as volunteers sweated and toiled in preparation for the event.
| 2010-12-01 16:30
Govt to double traffic violation fines in school zones
Drivers who violate traffic laws within school zones will face up to double the fine for the same offense, with the revised ordinance effective from Jan. 1.
| 2010-11-30 18:27
Man takes own life after row with wife
A man in his 60s took his own life when his wife lost consciousness after he threw a porcelain pot at her, police said Friday.
| 2010-11-25 20:24
Respect of law essential for rule of law
South Korea has shown the world that it has come of age by smoothly hosting the G20 Seoul Summit on Nov. 11 and 12.
| 2010-11-23 16:53
Positive changes needed at school
Taking the helm of the education ministry is a tough job in Korea where all parents are experts when it comes to issues about how to educate their children.
| 2010-11-17 18:19
Admission system to be role model for Asia
Ban on rallies near embassies gets nod
The Constitutional Court ruled Wednesday that the law restricting rallies near foreign embassies is constitutional.
| 2010-11-03 18:59
[60thAnni] Flexible working to help women pursue careers
Competition is getting fiercer in every sector of the Korean society. To hang onto their jobs and get promoted, many salaried workers here come to office early in the morning and work late into night.
| 2010-10-31 10:36
A street vendors tale
He sells packs of chewing gum on the street. If it’s not a rainy day, he can be spotted every afternoon on the corner of the entrance to the Myeongdong commercial district in central Seoul.
| 2010-10-20 17:13
Gov't to provide short-term work permits for parents of foreign students
Korean travelers flock to Japan as Independence Movement Day approaches
Seoul City to create extreme weather shelters at 41 convenience stores
Infighting imperils opposition party's April election prospects
Junior doctors' strike expands in show of solidarity against gov't plan
Samsung bolsters AI chip leadership through next-generation technology
Mentions of Cuba in N. Korean media abruptly halt after establishment of Seoul-Havana ties
Samsung to unveil Galaxy Ring at MWC for AI-driven health care market
Hyosung seeks spin-off to prevent family feud
Investor funds surge ahead of Corporate Value-up program announcement
[PHOTOS] Busan World Team Table Tennis Championships Finals
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