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Fri, December 8, 2023 | 04:13
Austria's DJ Mosaken checks Korea off his bucket list
DJ Mosaken, an Austria-based DJ and social media powerhouse, has performed in over 40 countries, from the UAE to the U.S., but he's about to add another nation to the map this weekend, when he hits the decks at Lit Lounge in central Seoul's Itaewon.
| 2023-11-07 21:43
11 artists from 7 cultures to perform for 2nd Seoul Culture Club
Seoul Culture Club, a festival of diverse performing arts, is holding its second major show for two dates this Friday and Saturday.
| 2023-11-07 12:49
Artist Aaron Cossrow immortalizes Bogwang-dong's Lucky Mart
Already in the past month, American artist Aaron Cossrow has exhibited his work solo in central Seoul's Insa-dong, where he was among the 34 foreign artists participating in Yongsan International Art Festival.
| 2023-11-03 10:46
Singer-songwriter releases song commemorating victims of Itaewon Halloween disaster
Rob Nichols, a British resident of Korea living in Yongsan District, has released his latest song, 'I Just Want To Go Out Tonight,' a tribute to the 159 lives that were ended in last year's crowd disaster in the district's Itaewon area.
| 2023-10-31 18:54
Peace Corps volunteers astounded by Korea's development, hospitality during Revisit program
A group of about 50 Peace Corps volunteers including their spouses and children enjoyed a week in Korea, revisiting the land they had lived in decades earlier on the invitation of Korea Foundation (KF).
| 2023-10-31 13:30
DJ Neil Armstrong returns to Korea
U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon in 1969. And now, over 50 years later, DJ Neil Armstrong is ready to land in Korea.
| 2023-10-30 13:15
Itaewon's community copes as Halloween weekend passes without incident
'Last year, where were you?' a foreign man asked two police officers deployed to central Seoul's Itaewon as part of crowd control measures a year after a deadly crowd disaster here claimed 159 lives.
| 2023-10-29 16:59
Dutch YouTuber aims to explore all 467 of Seoul's neighborhoods
Bart van Genugten wants to visit every neighborhood of Seoul. The city has 467 administrative divisions, known as 'dong,' in Korean, and the Dutch national has already checked a decent number off his list, in his YouTube video series, 'Welcome to My Dong.'
| 2023-10-29 04:01
[PHOTOS] Halloween weekend begins in Itaewon
A barrier divides the alley behind the Hamilton Hotel in central Seoul's Itaewon, Oct. 27, as part of crowd control measures for Halloween weekend. Korea Times photo by Jon DunbarOnly a few people can be seen wearing Halloween costumes in Itaewon on Friday, ahead of the one-year anniversary of a crowd disaster that took 159 lives nearby. Korea Times photo by Jon DunbarThe cro...
| 2023-10-27 22:26
[INTERVIEW] 1 year after Itaewon crowd crush, bereaved mother still searches for answers
Opposition's criticisms grow as Yoon opts out of Itaewon tragedy memorial ceremony
HBC's Studio ready for Halloween
Talk of celebrating Halloween this year seems to be taboo or at least uncomfortable among most people in Korea, but a few are pushing on.
| 2023-10-23 15:30
Hotels grapple with chronic staff shortages
‘Moon gov’t neglected, concealed North’s killing of S. Korean official’
CJ Olive Young fined 1.89 bil. won for unfair supply contracts
Japan's Nikkei-linked ELS issuance surpasses HK-linked ELS
Giant panda statue at Everland
[INTERVIEW] 'Now is time for Koreans to unlock potential in Africa'
Scholar's decades-long expertise serves as inspiration for Korea's future FDI
Lawyer of Korean descent selected as chair of Dentons Global Board
K-dramas, beauty, food to maintain popularity on TikTok in 2024
SK reshuffles top management focusing on generational shift
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
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