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  1. To-be-built dormitory
    Ewha Womans University President Kim Sun-uk, right, points to an artist’s rendering of a dormitory planned for the school’s campus in Seoul, Tuesday, during a groundbreaking ceremony. Those listening to her are, from left, Choi Kyung-hee, the next president of the university; Chang Myong-sue, head of Ewha Haktang; Yoon Hoo-jung, Ewha’s honorary president; and Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon./ Courtesy of Ewha Womans University
    Ewha Womans University President Kim Sun-uk, right, points to an artist’s rendering of a dormitory planned for the school’s campus in Seoul, Tuesday, during a groundbreaking ceremony. Those listening to her are, from left, Choi Kyung-hee, the next president of the university; Chang Myong-sue, head of Ewha Haktang; Yoon Hoo-jung, Ewha’s honorary president; and Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon./ Courtesy of Ewha Womans University
  2. Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
    Visitors to the National Museum of Korea take a look at Bohemian glass relics at a special exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and the Czech Republic, Monday. The exhibition runs until April 26. / Yonhap
    Visitors to the National Museum of Korea take a look at Bohemian glass relics at a special exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and the Czech Republic, Monday. The exhibition runs until April 26. / Yonhap
  3. Return of Goryeo treasure
    An ancient chest used to store Buddhist texts is on display during a ceremony at the National Museum of Korea, Tuesday. The nation’s flagship museum acquired the rare Goryeo Kingdom (918—1392) heritage from a Japanese collector./ Yonhap
    An ancient chest used to store Buddhist texts is on display during a ceremony at the National Museum of Korea, Tuesday. The nation’s flagship museum acquired the rare Goryeo Kingdom (918—1392) heritage from a Japanese collector./ Yonhap
  4. Beauty pageant
    2014 Miss Korea Kim Seo-yeon, 22, waves after winning the annual pageant at the Olympic Hall in the Olympic Park, southern Seoul, Tuesday. The first runners-up were Lee Seo-bin, 21, and Shin Su-min, 20; the second runners-up were Kim Myeong-seon, 21, Sarah Lee, 23, Baek Ji-hyun, 21, and Ryu So-ra, 20. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, organized the beauty contest./ Korea Times photo by Wang Tae-seok
    2014 Miss Korea Kim Seo-yeon, 22, waves after winning the annual pageant at the Olympic Hall in the Olympic Park, southern Seoul, Tuesday. The first runners-up were Lee Seo-bin, 21, and Shin Su-min, 20; the second runners-up were Kim Myeong-seon, 21, Sarah Lee, 23, Baek Ji-hyun, 21, and Ryu So-ra, 20. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, organized the beauty contest./ Korea Times photo by Wang Tae-seok
  5. Dami Im in Seoul
    Dami Im, who was the winner of the Australian audition program “The X-Factor” last year sings at the showcase for her debut  album “Dami Im” in Samseong-dong, Seoul, Wednesday. / Yonhap
    Dami Im, who was the winner of the Australian audition program “The X-Factor” last year sings at the showcase for her debut  album “Dami Im” in Samseong-dong, Seoul, Wednesday. / Yonhap
  6. Ready for new album in Japan
    Hallyu star Kim Hyun-joong, a member of K-pop group SS501, unveiled his photo to be included in his upcoming single album which will be released in June in Japan. The album titled “Hot Sun” will be his fourth single to be released in Japan. / Courtesy of Key East
    Hallyu star Kim Hyun-joong, a member of K-pop group SS501, unveiled his photo to be included in his upcoming single album which will be released in June in Japan. The album titled “Hot Sun” will be his fourth single to be released in Japan. / Courtesy of Key East
  7. [PHOTOS] National college entrance exam day
    A student bows to her parents in an expression of gratitude as she arrives to take the 2024 college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School in Seoul, Nov. 11. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulA student arrives to take the college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulStudents get ready to take the college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School, Nov. 16. Joint Press CorpsA driver gives a student a lift to Kyungbock High School in Seoul where he will take the college entrance exam, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Choi Won-sukFriends and families wait outside Kyungbock High School in Seoul to show their support to those arriving to take the college entrance exam, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Choi Won-suk 
    A student bows to her parents in an expression of gratitude as she arrives to take the 2024 college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School in Seoul, Nov. 11. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulA student arrives to take the college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulStudents get ready to take the college entrance exam at Ewha Girls' Foreign Language High School, Nov. 16. Joint Press CorpsA driver gives a student a lift to Kyungbock High School in Seoul where he will take the college entrance exam, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Choi Won-sukFriends and families wait outside Kyungbock High School in Seoul to show their support to those arriving to take the college entrance exam, Nov. 16. Korea Times photo by Choi Won-suk 
  8. [PHOTOS] A year after Itaewon's Halloween tragedy
    Bereaved family members who lost their loved ones in the Itaewon tragedy shed tears in front of the October 29 Memorial Alley in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. YonhapCitizens visit the October 29 Memorial Alley in central Seouls' Itaewon, Oct. 29, to commemorate the memory of the victims of the Halloween crowd disaster that claimed 159 lives last year. YonhapPeople wearing Halloween costumes walk through the alley in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29, where the tragic accident happened last year. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulItaewon's alleys are crowded with people on Halloween weekend, Oct. 28. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPeople visit a memorial wall in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29, to commemorate the victims of last year's Halloween crowd crush. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPeople wearing Halloween costumes pose in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulBereaved family members of the victims of Itaewon tragedy stage a protest in Gwangju, Oct. 28, calling for special legislation of a bill to uncover the facts behind the disaster. YonhapA police officer stands in front of a fence blocking off one lane of traffic to maintain order and prevent accidents from happening once again in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPrime Minister Han Duck-soo, second from left, pays silent tribute to the victims of the Itaewon tragedy in Seoul, Oct. 29. Yonhap
    Bereaved family members who lost their loved ones in the Itaewon tragedy shed tears in front of the October 29 Memorial Alley in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. YonhapCitizens visit the October 29 Memorial Alley in central Seouls' Itaewon, Oct. 29, to commemorate the memory of the victims of the Halloween crowd disaster that claimed 159 lives last year. YonhapPeople wearing Halloween costumes walk through the alley in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29, where the tragic accident happened last year. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulItaewon's alleys are crowded with people on Halloween weekend, Oct. 28. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPeople visit a memorial wall in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29, to commemorate the victims of last year's Halloween crowd crush. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPeople wearing Halloween costumes pose in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulBereaved family members of the victims of Itaewon tragedy stage a protest in Gwangju, Oct. 28, calling for special legislation of a bill to uncover the facts behind the disaster. YonhapA police officer stands in front of a fence blocking off one lane of traffic to maintain order and prevent accidents from happening once again in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 29. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulPrime Minister Han Duck-soo, second from left, pays silent tribute to the victims of the Itaewon tragedy in Seoul, Oct. 29. Yonhap
  9. [PHOTOS] Yoon in Saudi Arabia
     President Yoon Suk Yeol and Samsung Group Chairman Lee Jae-yong, left, look around an exhibition of Saudi Arabia's NEOM smart city project during a state visit to the Middle Eastern nation, Oct. 24. Joint Press CorpsPresident Yoon Suk Yeol and Samsung Group Chairman Lee Jae-yong, left behind, look around an exhibition of Saudi Arabia's NEOM smart city project during a state visit to the Middle Eastern nation, Oct. 24. Joint Press CorpsPresident Yoon Suk Yeol is in talks with Saudi Arabia's Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman and Minister of National Guard Abdullah bin Bandar Al Saud during his state visit to the Middle Eastern country, Oct. 24. Joint Press Corps대표 이미지
     President Yoon Suk Yeol and Samsung Group Chairman Lee Jae-yong, left, look around an exhibition of Saudi Arabia's NEOM smart city project during a state visit to the Middle Eastern nation, Oct. 24. Joint Press CorpsPresident Yoon Suk Yeol and Samsung Group Chairman Lee Jae-yong, left behind, look around an exhibition of Saudi Arabia's NEOM smart city project during a state visit to the Middle Eastern nation, Oct. 24. Joint Press CorpsPresident Yoon Suk Yeol is in talks with Saudi Arabia's Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman and Minister of National Guard Abdullah bin Bandar Al Saud during his state visit to the Middle Eastern country, Oct. 24. Joint Press Corps대표 이미지
  10. [PHOTOS] Opening ceremony of 19th Hangzhou Asian Games
    The opening ceremony is underway for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapA performance during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China, Sept 23, is underwayYonhapThe Korean delebations enters the venue during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapTwo Korean athletes wave the Korean flag during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapMascots for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games dance during the opening ceremony held on Sept. 23. YonhapSyria's President Bashar al-Assad, second from right, and his wife Asma al-Assad second from left, attend the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Hangzhou, China, Sept. 23. Reuters-YonhapChinese President Xi Jinping and wife Peng Liyuan arrive during the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, Sept. 23. AP-YonhapA digital torchbearer lits the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the Hangzhou Asian Games, China, Saturday, Sept. 23. Yonhap
    The opening ceremony is underway for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapA performance during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China, Sept 23, is underwayYonhapThe Korean delebations enters the venue during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapTwo Korean athletes wave the Korean flag during the opening ceremony of the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games, Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapThe opening ceremony for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games in China takes place Sept. 23. YonhapMascots for the 19th Hangzhou Asian Games dance during the opening ceremony held on Sept. 23. YonhapSyria's President Bashar al-Assad, second from right, and his wife Asma al-Assad second from left, attend the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Hangzhou, China, Sept. 23. Reuters-YonhapChinese President Xi Jinping and wife Peng Liyuan arrive during the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, Sept. 23. AP-YonhapA digital torchbearer lits the cauldron at the opening ceremony of the Hangzhou Asian Games, China, Saturday, Sept. 23. Yonhap
  11. [PHOTOS] Earthquake hits Morocco
    A woman carries belongings out of a damaged building, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed more than 2,000 people, officials said on Sept. 10, causing widespread damage and sending terrified residents and tourists scrambling to safety in the middle of the night. Reuters-YonhapA view shows damaged buildings and debris, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Reuters-YonhapA woman looks on as people inspect damaged buildings, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Reuters-YonhapAn injured child is transported from the health center of Amizmiz to Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9. following an earthquake. EPA-YonhapRescue workers search for survivors in a collapsed house in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9, after an earthquake. AFP-YonhapPeople sit outside in Marrakech, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapAbdellatif Ait Bella, who was injured in the earthquake that destroyed his home, lies on the ground next to his wife Saida Bodchich, as they prepare to spend a second night in the open air, in the village of Tansghart in the Asni area, Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapMoroccan Royal Armed Forces search through the rubble of houses after an earthquake in the mountain village of Tafeghaghte, southwest of the city of Marrakesh, on Sept. 9. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed more than 2,000 people, authorities said. AFP-YonhapA rescuer searches for survivors under the rubble of a house destroyed in an earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Al-Haouz province, on Sept. 9. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed at least 1000 people, officials said on September 9, causing widespread damage and sending terrified residents and tourists scrambling to safety in the middle of the night. AFP-YonhapA view shows a damaged building on the road between Amizmiz and Ouirgane, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapPeople mourn in front of the body of a victim killed in an earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapRescue workers search for survivors in a collapsed house in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9, after an earthquake. AFP-YonhapA woman reacts standing infront of her earthquake-damaged house in the old city in Marrakesh on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapA man walks with his belongings through the rubble in an alleyway in the earthquake-damaged old city in Marrakesh on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapA general view of damage in the historic city of Marrakech, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapA damaged vehicle and debris in the aftermath of an earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco Sept. 9, is seen in this screen grab from a social media video. Reuters-YonhapA car is covered in dust in the aftermath of an earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9 in this screen grab taken from a video. Reuters-YonhapA damaged building in Marrakesh, following a 6.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Morocco, is seen in this handout frame grab from video footage courtesy of Michael Bizet and provided to AFPTV early Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapRubble from the earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9, is seen in this screen grab taken from a video. Reuters-YonhapResidents stay out in a square following an earthquake in Marrakesh, Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapResidents stay out in a square following an earthquake in Marrakesh, Sept. 9. AFP-Yonhap
    A woman carries belongings out of a damaged building, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed more than 2,000 people, officials said on Sept. 10, causing widespread damage and sending terrified residents and tourists scrambling to safety in the middle of the night. Reuters-YonhapA view shows damaged buildings and debris, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Reuters-YonhapA woman looks on as people inspect damaged buildings, in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Morocco, Sept. 10. Reuters-YonhapAn injured child is transported from the health center of Amizmiz to Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9. following an earthquake. EPA-YonhapRescue workers search for survivors in a collapsed house in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9, after an earthquake. AFP-YonhapPeople sit outside in Marrakech, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapAbdellatif Ait Bella, who was injured in the earthquake that destroyed his home, lies on the ground next to his wife Saida Bodchich, as they prepare to spend a second night in the open air, in the village of Tansghart in the Asni area, Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapMoroccan Royal Armed Forces search through the rubble of houses after an earthquake in the mountain village of Tafeghaghte, southwest of the city of Marrakesh, on Sept. 9. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed more than 2,000 people, authorities said. AFP-YonhapA rescuer searches for survivors under the rubble of a house destroyed in an earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Al-Haouz province, on Sept. 9. Morocco's deadliest earthquake in decades has killed at least 1000 people, officials said on September 9, causing widespread damage and sending terrified residents and tourists scrambling to safety in the middle of the night. AFP-YonhapA view shows a damaged building on the road between Amizmiz and Ouirgane, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapPeople mourn in front of the body of a victim killed in an earthquake in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapRescue workers search for survivors in a collapsed house in Moulay Brahim, Al Haouz province, on Sept. 9, after an earthquake. AFP-YonhapA woman reacts standing infront of her earthquake-damaged house in the old city in Marrakesh on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapA man walks with his belongings through the rubble in an alleyway in the earthquake-damaged old city in Marrakesh on Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapA general view of damage in the historic city of Marrakech, following a powerful earthquake in Morocco, Sept. 9. Reuters-YonhapA damaged vehicle and debris in the aftermath of an earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco Sept. 9, is seen in this screen grab from a social media video. Reuters-YonhapA car is covered in dust in the aftermath of an earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9 in this screen grab taken from a video. Reuters-YonhapA damaged building in Marrakesh, following a 6.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Morocco, is seen in this handout frame grab from video footage courtesy of Michael Bizet and provided to AFPTV early Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapRubble from the earthquake in Marrakech, Morocco, Sept. 9, is seen in this screen grab taken from a video. Reuters-YonhapResidents stay out in a square following an earthquake in Marrakesh, Sept. 9. AFP-YonhapResidents stay out in a square following an earthquake in Marrakesh, Sept. 9. AFP-Yonhap
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