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Reporter : Kang Hyun-kyung
Wed, February 1, 2023 | 18:56
Exhibition raises question: Who took these photos?
Dozens of old photos taken in 1948 are on display in a dimly lit gallery in Insa-dong, Seoul. Under those images hung on the wall, stacks of photo books published by Noonbit Publishing are placed on a long, narrow table in the center of Gallery INDEX.
Yoon keeps possibility of Seoul's possession of nuclear weapons open
President Yoon Suk Yeol made a rare remark about South Korea turning to nuclear weapons as a last resort to protect the country from North Korean attacks.
Yoon says COVID-driven border control is 'sovereignty' issue
President Yoon Suk Yeol said on Wednesday that there was no political calculation whatsoever in South Korea's anti-COVID measures to screen travelers entering the South from China, emphasizing that the decision was made purely on scientific grounds.
Peace Corps volunteers' 15-year mission in Korea revisited
In 1966 when the nation was desperate to cut the vicious circle of poverty under a state-led campaign to achieve economic growth, Korea saw a unique group of foreign visitors: U.S. Peace Corps volunteers. The first batch of Peace Corps volunteers to Korea, designated as K-1, arrived that year and most of them worked as English teachers. The group also included 24 science and ...
[70th anniversary] South Korea-US alliance built to last
So far, so good. The South Korea-U.S. alliance, formed in October of 1953 with the signing of the mutual defense treaty, has successfully lived up to its primary goal of protecting the South from another North Korean invasion. Over the past seven decades, their defense ties have grown into a stronger and wider partnership encompassing several fields other than security, despi...
DPK leader lashes out at Yoon for 'politically motivated' probe
Rep. Lee Jae-myung, the chairman of the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea (DPK), was summoned by the prosecution to answer questions about his alleged involvement in a bribery scandal when he was serving as mayor of Seongnam City.
Information warfare
North Korea is a nation about which little is known to the outside world, except for its notorious weapons of mass destruction program. The scarcity of information about the country has produced plenty of theories, speculation and even rumors about the regime and its leader's health, most of which were later found not to be true.
Korea Times-WeGo partnership kicks off
Korea Times President-Publisher Oh Young-jin, left, and Park Jung-sook, secretary general of the Seoul-based international institution World Smart Sustainable Cities Organization (WeGo), shake hands after signing a memorandum of understanding at the newspaper's headquarters in Seoul, Monday. Under the agreement, the two organizations agreed to cooperate in content promotion.
[2022 top national news] Wounds of Itaewon tragedy still fresh
Every year is eventful. But 2022 was tragically eventful as the nation was shocked by a crowd crush that killed 159 people who gathered in Itaewon, Seoul, on Oct. 29 to celebrate Halloween. The families of the victims still live in pain as the tragedy haunts them. Less than two months since the tragedy, the wounds from losing their loved ones remain fresh. Survivors are also ...
Korea to crack down on drug-related crimes
President Yoon Suk-yeol on Thursday voiced concerns about an increase in drug-related crimes in the country and directed the Ministry of Justice to come up with a set of measures to counter the trend.
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