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Cold Snap Hits Korea

Source | 2019/12/08 | Permalink

A cold wave swept across the country on Thursday, with the highest daytime temperature below zero in Seoul for the first time this year...More

Korean Students Fall in Global Academic Ranking

Source | 2019/12/08 | Permalink

Korean students fell in reading, math and science in the OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) announced Tuesday.

PISA is conducted every three years, and the latest involved 710,000 15-year-olds in 79 countries...More

Seoul City Continues to Give Foreigners Korean Names to Promote Hangeul

Source | 2019/12/08 | Permalink

Foreigners interested in Korean culture will get an opportunity to receive their own Korean names once again...More

AI Robot Starts Work at Hotel in Seoul

Source | 2019/12/08 | Permalink

A hotelier gets an "N-bot" ready to deliver amenities to rooms at the Novotel Ambassador Seoul Dongdaemun Hotels & Residences in Seoul on Monday. /Newsis

The job range for robots is expanding. They already guide passengers at airports and cook noodles in restaurants, and now they cater to customers in a Seoul hotel...More

Most Middle Schoolers Don't Understand Science Classes

Source | 2019/12/08 | Permalink

One out of 10 middle school students understand less than 20 percent of the science subjects they are taught at school, according to a survey highlighting the chronic malaise of Korea's public education system.

The survey, by the Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation, shows that 11.5 percent of ninth-graders flunked science subjects last year, almost doubling from around six percent a year since 2015. Fewer than 50 percent understood more than half of what was taught in science classes...More

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