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Reporter : Shim Hyun-chul
Tue, January 31, 2023 | 23:03
Learning challenges of disability
During the morning rush hour, people dash to subway stations to climb onto crowded trains. Inside, people are either looking into mobile phones or staring ahead blankly as music blares from their earphones. When the train jerks, people waddle as they try to balance. When the train stops at their destination, off they go again running. Such is the daily routine of most urbanit...
Urban agriculture
Imagine having fresh, healthy vegetables on your table right from kitchen garden, adding green to gray, dreary city.
Thatched roof of Changdeok Palace
What, a humble grass-roof in the middle of a palace?
Cheonggyecheon Berlin Square
With the winter chill in full swing, and the relations between North and South Korea entering a cold spell much like the frozen waters of Cheonggye Stream due to recent cross-border shelling, the Korean Peninsula is experiencing some of the highest tensions since the 1953 armistice.
Sillas glory in gold
A rare exhibition featuring one of Korea’s priceless treasures, the Silla Gold Crown (National Treasure No. 188), is attracting visitors at the National Museum of Korea, Yongsan. It is on loan from the Gyeongju National Museum through Feb. 13, 2011.
D-day: College Scholastic Ability Test
Some 712,000 applicants took the College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT) Thursday at 1,206 examination sites nationwide.
Fall: foliage in full bloom
Treetops are crowned with splashes of autumnal reds and yellows, while masses of brown fallen leaves are piling high below.
Bulguk Temple
Colorful leaves and fresh air blowing off Mt. Toham beckon travelers to Bulguk Temple in Gyeongju, the ancient capital of the Silla Kingdom (57 B.C. -935 A.D.), in North Gyeongsang Province.
Anti-terror G20 exercises
The South Korean military is stepping up its efforts to defend against any possible terror activity intended to hinder the hosting of the G20 Summit slated for Nov. 11-12 in Seoul.
Amsadong : Prehistoric Settlement Site
The beginning of civilization meant many things. Our ancestors would create fire with wood and flint, while they fed themselves on fish caught from streams and lakes nearby. Sometimes, plants and wild animals also made a good meal. Eventually, these primitive humans would create a culture of their own, building huts and making small pots and earthenware.
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