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Sat, January 22, 2022 | 04:28
'Little America in Korea': Yongsan US Army homes open up to Korean public
These brick townhouses were once home to American officers and their families, but South Korea has gained control of this tract of land on the southeastern tip of the Army’s Yongsan Garrison, nearly two decades after the U.S. and Korea set in motion a plan to relocate the bulk of America’s troops in the country to a location south of Seoul and return the property to the gover...
| 2021-11-30 10:35
'Suneung' day: Most important test for Korean high school students
November is one of the most important times of the year in Korea due to the “suneung,” or College Scholastic Ability Test. The notoriously high-pressure exam is administered to high school students here every third Thursday in November.
| 2021-11-18 19:06
Everything about being a black model in Korea
Renee Simone from New Jersey tells you everything about working as a black model in Korea. Renee Simone from New Jersey tells you everything about working as a black model in Korea. She is an extremely talented model who has been working in the industry for more than two years.
| 2021-11-05 17:28
'I almost took my own life': Former K-pop girl band 9MUSES member [VIDEO]
Despite being a high achiever at her school, she deviated from her initial plan of getting into a prestigious college and debuted as the leader of the girl group in 2010 with the track “No Playboy.” Although the group did not achieve meteoric stardom, it still rolled out a string of hits such as “News” (2012), “Dolls” (2013) and “Wild (2013).” Only four years later, however, ...
| 2021-10-27 10:44
[INTERVIEW] 'Life of K-pop star is tough, but I would do it again in my next life'
How to work in K-pop industry as a foreigner: Ex-HYBE hiring manager
K-pop is not all about singers - there are countless unsung heroes working behind the scenes to produce and promote albums who dedicate their sweat and tears. And with K-pop sweeping the world off its feet, more people are craving to carry out such a mission at K-pop record labels that incubate and manage stars. There is good news for them: music powerhouses here have ramped ...
| 2021-10-18 10:21
[INTERVIEW] 'K-pop labels will hire more foreigners to manage stars'
Filipina K-drama fan appears in more than 60 Korean dramas [VIDEO]
Noreen Joyce Guerra was once a huge K-drama fan in the Philippines. Years later, she is now living her dreams by having a successful career at a Korean company on weekdays, and appearing in dozens of popular Korean dramas herself mostly as a background actor and also hosting TV shows and events with K-pop bands on weekends.
| 2021-09-07 12:06
'I love how I get paid to have fun': Foreign voice acting in Korea
Foreign language announcements may be familiar to you if you use public transportation in Korea. In fact, foreign voice overs and narrations can be heard almost everyday whenever you turn on your TV, and everywhere you go around town. Ever wondered who these voices belong to and how they came to be there?
| 2021-08-19 11:44
How I built a multi-million dollar Turkish kebab empire in Korea: Oh Sinan Ozturk
Turkish dishes have received an enthusiastic response from Koreans, with many kebab joints and Turkish restaurants popping up across the country over the past two decades.Today, we meet OH Sinan OZTURK, who came to Korea from Turkey in 1997 and ended up building a huge food business empire in Korea with the food of his home country.
| 2021-08-05 15:27
Passion for Indian food: How I run most popular Indian restaurant in Korea [VIDEO]
India's rich food culture has been widely appreciated around the world. And since the late 90s when Indians began to arrive here as Korean companies started hiring more people from that country, the authentic Indian cuisine they brought with them has gradually grown in popularity among Koreans as well as 2.2 million expatriates living here.
| 2021-07-22 13:27
[ASIAN STORIES] Digital sex crime in Asia: Nth room, the making of a monster
In July, 2019, two college students who call themselves “Team Flame” first broke the story of the “Nth room,” a massive digital sex crime case where perpetrators blackmailed women including underage girls into performing sexually explicit acts on camera, with thousands of users paying in cryptocurrency to watch. What Team Flame started off - an investigation into distribution...
| 2021-05-29 15:02
Korea Times receives 'Video Storytelling Award' for Nth room documentary
KBS drama under fire for animal abuse
[INTERVIEW] 1st Indian twin priests ordained in Korea hope to help needy in both countries
'Hyundai Motor shows no signs of rebound in China'
North Korea set to return to brinkmanship
Pregnant women face dilemma over COVID-19 vaccinations
Nuclear energy crucial in fighting climate crisis: Seoul mayor
More people place hopes on lottery tickets as pandemic drags on
Korea, Egypt to begin joint study on free trade deal
MS-Blizzard deal prompts Korean game firms to seek more metaverse M&As
Hyundai Samho's IPO plan angers investors in parent firm
Daily life in Afghanistan under Taliban rule
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