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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Sun, November 27, 2022 | 13:42
Doctors continue strike despite government's threat of punishment
Trainee doctors vowed Sunday to continue their ongoing strike in protest of the government's healthcare system reform plan, a move expected to pose a bigger threat to Korea in its response to COVID-19.
Korea gripped by 2nd wave of COVID-19 pandemic
Korea appears to have entered the much-feared second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic with the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reporting 441 new coronavirus infections Wednesday, the highest daily total since March.
Author goes public about rape by her father
When Author Gim Young-seo had her book published in 2003, she didn't have the courage to reveal her name.
Flights, ferry services halted as Bavi moves northward
All domestic flights and ferry services were halted in Korea, Wednesday, as Typhoon Bavi pounded Jeju Island and southern coastal regions with powerful winds and heavy rainfall. No deaths or injuries have been reported so far. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), Bavi was around 170 kilometers west of Mokpo, South Jeolla Province, as of 8 p.m. Wednesday...
Virus infections fan out nationwide
Korea reported 288 new cases of COVID-19, the third straight day of over 200 with an increasing number of cases outside the Seoul metropolitan area, signaling that the nationwide spread is becoming a reality and that it will be a while until the number of cases will decrease.
From kitchen sink to animal farm: Life cycle of food waste in Seoul
The almost ten million residents of Seoul produce roughly 2,100 tons of home food waste every day.
Teens say no to Samsung's coal project
Young environmental activists in Korea gathered outside Samsung's headquarters in Seoul Wednesday, adding pressure on the electronic giant's construction arm not to participate in a coal plant construction project in Vietnam.
Coronavirus spreading out of control in South Korea
The COVID-19 crisis appears to be spinning out of control in Korea with the Seoul metropolitan area recording triple-digit increases in new infections over the past five days. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) reported 246 new cases Monday, pushing up the total caseload to 15,761 with 306 deaths. Among the 246, 201 were in Seoul, Incheon and Gyeonggi...
University of Utah Asia Campus offers US education in Incheon
For students who had planned to head to the U.S. to complete their higher education, the COVID-19 pandemic has made that goal more difficult to achieve. However, Gregory Hill, the new chief administrative officer of the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) in Songdo, Incheon, said UAC could be of help to such students as it offers a U.S. education on Korean soil.
Embattled pastor Jun tests positive for COVID-19
Rev. Jun Kwang-hoon, a conservative pastor who organized a massive anti-government demonstration Saturday has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the health authorities, Monday. In response to the demonstration and previous incidents involving Jun, the administration filed a criminal complaint with the prosecution.
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