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[Spoiler] "The Flower in Prison" Park Joo-mi's bathing scene

Source | 2016/05/01 | | Permalink

Park Joo-mi, who takes on the role of Jeong Nan-jeong in "The Flower in Prison", had her first bathing scene of her career.

Jeong Nan-jeong took a bath in the second episode of the new MBC weekend drama...More

"The Flower in Prison" breaks through 20% in just two episodes

Source | 2016/05/01 | | Permalink

According to Nielsen Korea, the second episode of the new MBC drama "The Flower in Prison" recorded a nationwide percentage of 20%. This is 2.7% more than the previous episode.

"The Flower in Prison" is an adventure historical about a girl that was born in prison and a mysterious character named Yoon Tae-won starring Jin Se-yeon, Ko Soo, Kim Mi-Sook, Jeong Joon-ho and others...More

Consumers Try to Beat Spring Haze

Source | 2016/05/01 | | Permalink

The dust haze that increasingly blankets Korea is proving good for business, or at least some business.

As the average daily concentration of dust particles in the air surpassed the 50 ㎍/㎥ WHO limit in the Seoul metropolitan area for 22 days in April, sales of products related to protection soared...More

Koreans Get Extra Day Off to Stimulate Consumption

Source | 2016/05/01 | | Permalink

Workers can look forward to a four-day weekend after President Park Geun-hye in a Cabinet meeting Thursday designated May 6 a holiday this year to boost leisure consumption.

Park unveiled a number of measures to stimulate domestic spending...More

1 in 6 Men to Have Trouble Finding Wife This Year

Source | 2016/05/01 | | Permalink

One in six men is likely to have a hard time finding a wife this year as the gender ratio for singles of marriageable age is worsening, according to a study by the Chosun Ilbo.

The ratio of the male and female populations in Korea at first marriage age -- 28-35 for men and 26-33 for women -- is the worst ever.

The population of men born between 1981 and 1988 is 14.5 percent or 370,000 higher than of women born between 1983 and 1990...More

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