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Reporter : Na Jeong-ju
Fri, August 12, 2022 | 06:12
Consequences of risky bets
The No. 1 rule for all stock investors is to never buy stocks with borrowed money.
Ex-finance minister dies
Song In-sang, who served as finance minister during the Syngman Rhee administration in the late 1950s and an economic advisor for the late President Park Chung-hee, died Sunday. He was 101.
Ex-speaker faces fine for sex abuse
The prosecution has demanded a 3 million won ($2,750) fine for former National Assembly speaker Park Hee-tae, who is charged with groping a female caddie while playing a round of golf last year.
Dilemma for Park Won-soon
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon has never publicly expressed any interest in standing as a candidate in the next presidential election. During media interviews, he has avoided directly answering any questions about his thoughts on the election or if he intends to be a contender.
640,000 students to take CSAT test today
The annual College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT) will take place at 1,216 venues nationwide today.
Video of surgery on Shin does not exist, police say
The allegation from Shin Hae-chul’s family that Seoul Sky Hospital video-recorded its operation on the singer before he died is untrue, police say.
Samwhan CEO accused by sister of having slush fund
Choi Yong-kwon, CEO of the mid-sized construction firm, Samwhan Corp., is being investigated over allegations he operated a slush fund worth 450 billion won ($421 million), the prosecution said Tuesday.
Ex-ping pong star booked for drunk driving
Former table tennis Olympic gold medalist Hyun Jung-hwa is being investigated for allegedly causing a car accident while driving under the influence of alcohol just after midnight on Wednesday morning.
Ex-presidential aide probed
Song Kwang-yong, a former senior presidential secretary for education, is being investigated in connection with an unauthorized overseas study program Seoul National University of Education ran under his leadership.
Pope consoles Sewol families
Among hundreds of thousands of Catholics gathered in Gwanghwamun Square on Saturday were 400 family members of victims of the ferry Sewol tragedy.
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