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Yangsan offers free, anonymous coronavirus tests to undocumented foreigners
In line with the nationwide blitz to uncover “silent spreaders” of the coronavirus, Yangsan City is offering free and anonymous tests to undocumented foreigners.
Red-light district '609' in Busan swept away
The work of dismantling prostitution facilities was completed in February, officials said. The announcement was a symbolic event meant to mark the “formal end of the cleaning project and at the same time a new beginning of the district,” they said.
BLACKPINK's LISA swindled by ex-manager
BLACKPINK's former manager swindled band member Lisa out of nearly 1 billion won ($816,100).
Big Hit looking for 'Next BTS' through global audition
K-pop label Big Hit is holding a global audition as part of efforts to find talented musicians who will help extend the glory established by BTS.
Stepmother 'forced son, 9, into suitcase'
Police are investigating a child abuse case in which a woman allegedly pushed her nine-year-old stepson into a suitcase against his will.
Medical students face discipline for allegedly cheating in online quizzes
Dozens of medical students face discipline for allegedly cheating in online quizzes held at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Inha University's medical school said on Monday 41 students on pre-intern undergraduate courses were subject to discipline.
Hyundai E&C offers 1,100 “Hillstate” apartments in Songdo
Hyundai Engineering and Construction (E&C) is offering 1,100 “high-quality” apartments, branded “Hillstate,” in Songdo, an international business city west of Seoul. They will be on sale from June 1, with relatively looser restrictions for application, purchase and resale compared with those for Seoul and other metropolitan areas.
The Korea Forum 2020 [PHOTOS]
The Korea Times and its sister paper Hankook Ilbo daily co-hosted the forum under the theme of “Post-pandemic. Challenges or Opportunities” to explore changes and challenges that could emerge after the coronavirus pandemic. Hundreds of people, including key politicians, scholars and business leaders, attended the forum.
Man jailed for violating self-isolation rules meant to contain virus
A court has found a man in his 20s guilty of violating self-isolation quarantine rules, in the first ruling of its kind in South Korea that has waged a protracted fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
'No mask, no public transport' to take effect from Tuesday
Starting Tuesday, people without a face mask will be barred from taking a bus, taxi or subway train, in a nationwide measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus through public transport. The measure will be extended to airline passengers - domestic and international lines - from Wednesday. Operators of these services will be entitled to ban people not wearing a mask. To make...
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