2015/08/30 | | Permalink
Beautiful water-colour postcards will have to you heading out to the countryside, Korean families to be reunited for Chuseok, John Oliver weighs in on the recent threats from North Korea, and where are most Koreans getting their protein?...More
Chung Myung-whun is prepared to quit as chief conductor of the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra amid growing controversy about his pay and allegations of embezzlement...More
Hyundai and affiliate Kia are trying to turn things around after sluggish sales at home and abroad this year. The automakers hope to reclaim a 70 percent slice of the domestic market by releasing new versions of its bestselling models while resorting to aggressive marketing strategies overseas...More
As more and more young Koreans put off marriage, parents are increasingly taking the initiative to find mates for them. Some have even formed social clubs with other parents in order to find mates for their children.
Smelling opportunity, matchmaking companies are now targeting such parents. Matchmaking company Duo has been touring cities around the country since May, lecturing parents on how to succeed in marrying off their children...More
The Seoul Metropolitan Facilities Management Corporation will hold the first cultural and festival marketplace at Jamshil underground plaza at Jamshil Station in southern Seoul for two days from Friday. Over 50 companies are joining including social enterprises, merchants at underground shopping complex at Jamshil underground plaza, fair trade companies and environment-friendly companies. They will sell environment-friendly and fair trade products under the theme Global Village Fair...More
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