Park Hyatt Seoul
To Aug. 31: Park Hyatt Seoul presents a special Summer Romance Package for couples looking for romance and unforgettable memories together. Prices for the Summer Romance Package start at 665,000 won including tax, and the hotel puts rose petals in the bathtub, offers a rose bubble bath and a bottle of premium champagne to create a romantic ambience as a gift for couples. The package includes a one-night stay in a spacious suite, a private in-room breakfast for two, a bottle of Louis Roederer champagne valued at 200,000 won, a rose bubble bath and rose petals, perfect for enjoying a romantic bath while overlooking breathtaking city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Also supplied are perfumed mini candles and a mini flower bouquet. Late check-outs at 3pm are available...More
Men now fill up the counters in their kitchens with a variety of devices that can make cooking easier. [JoongAng Ilbo] 1.A food processor that performs a variety of functions. 2.A stone mortar 3.Spin-dryer for salads 4.Dutch ovens 5.Electric oven that can be used for baking and grilling
While male chefs on TV shows may have succeeded in holding the attention of female audience members on the small screen in living rooms, they have also encouraged male audience members to spend more time in the kitchen...More
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in the game for the fifth installment of the "Terminator" series.
The 67-year-old actor and former politician arrived in Korea on Wednesday with on-screen partner Emilia Clarke to promote their latest project, "Terminator Genisys", directed by Alan Taylor, just in time for its release here...More
Customers look at smartphones at a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia. /Bloomberg
Several Korean IT firms are venturing into the burgeoning markets of Indonesia, home to the world's largest Muslim population.
Daum Kakao, one of Korea's biggest Internet companies, acquired its first foreign firm in May this year when it bought Path, a U.S. company that became the third-largest social media platform in Indonesia...More
The government decided to set a higher carbon reduction goal than previously proposed.
The government said it will reduce 37 percent of estimated greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, which is about 314.7 million tons.
The new goal was confirmed Tuesday at a cabinet meeting presided over by Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn, and was submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) on the same day...More
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