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Air Premia offers special fares from LA and SF to Korea, celebrating family month

Hybrid airline Air Premia is launching a special offer for travelers wanting to visit their hometowns during May (Family Month). The airline announced on...

Korea begs citizens to stop eating fried toothpicks for viral trend

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety warned citizens against eating toothpicks made of starch as they are “not food” and not safe for...

Korea joins statement backing U.S., British strikes on Houthis

South Korea joined the United States, Britain, New Zealand and 20 other countries in stating support for additional strikes by the U.S. and Britain...

Korea shows signs of exports-led economic recovery

Korea is experiencing an exports-led economic recovery, the Ministry of Economy and Finance said in its monthly report. "Signs of an economic recovery centering on...

Dog meat ban in Korea faces backlash as farmers bite back

Korea's recently passed dog meat ban is facing a backlash from dog farmers threatening to unleash 2 million dogs in Seoul. On Tuesday, the National...

Korea’s biggest celebrities start new year with round of donations

Korea's top celebrities are beginning the year 2024 with a round of donations. Singer-songwriter IU donated 200 million won ($154,000) to four organizations — Korea Association of...

Korea’s October birthrate hit an all-time low

The number of babies born in Korea this October fell to its lowest point for any October to date. The number fueled predictions that...

Finance Minister calls for deeper economic ties with Japan

Finance Minister Choo Kyung-ho held talks with his Japanese counterpart Thursday and asked for stronger bilateral cooperation in the financial and economic fields, his...

Korea’s population set to plummet back to 1970s levels

In 50 years, Korea's population will likely shrink from the current 52 million to 36 million, a level last seen during the impoverished 70s,...

Korea’s arms deal with Poland hanging by a thread

Korean companies' multibillion dollar arms deals with Poland are hanging by a thread as the new Polish administration calls for a review of contracts...

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