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Thu, September 28, 2023 | 22:21
Former US official blasts Trump's THAAD payment demand
John Kirby, a spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State under the Obama administration, has blasted U.S. President Donald Trump’s remarks that South Korea should pay for the U.S. THAAD missile defense system.
What was Kim Jong-un like as a teenager?
Former classmates have given a rare insight into North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s teenage years.
Seoul to expand tourist maps, signs to 7 languages
Tourist maps and signboards in Seoul, which were limited to English, Japanese and Chinese, will soon feature the Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Indonesian languages.
Soda loses its fizz: Coca-Cola to cut 1,200 jobs
Coca-Cola says it will cut 1,200 jobs to counter the industry’s weak growth outlook. The layoffs at the world’s biggest beverages company come after customers are switching to healthier and sugar-free drinks.
Chinese int'l school blasted over 'cover-up' of Korean students' deaths
Yantai Huasheng International School (YHIS) in Yantai, Shandong Province, is under heavy criticism for alleged cover-up of the deaths of two Korean students during a field trip.
American arrested over election poster vandalism
Police have booked an American man, 64, who works as a part-time English instructor at Hongik University, for allegedly vandalizing a presidential campaign poster.
Memo United Airlines: Manners make the airline
A sincere apology from a Korean airline captain that calmed upset passengers is being cited as an example of how United Airlines could have behaved instead of the incident in which a doctor was violently removed from an overbooked flight on Apr. 10.
CJ becomes laughing stock for distorted image of Westerner's intestine
South Korean food maker CJ Cheiljedang has become a laughing stock among foreigners here for an unrealistic image of a Westerner’s intestine on the company’s health product.
France's next leader: centrist Macron vs. far-right Le Pen
France’s presidential election has advanced to a run-off between pro-Europe centrist Emmanuel Macron vowing to battle the “threat of nationalism” and far-right populist Marine Le Pen vowing to “liberate the French People.”
Firefighters flex their muscles to help children [PHOTOS]
Firefighters showed off their fit and ready bodies in the sixth annual charity “muscle contest,” organized by the Seoul Metropolitan Fire and Disaster Headquarters Thursday.