[Weekender] Star chef sees jang as part of Koreans’ DNA

[Newsmaker] Janet Yellen era set to begin

WASHINGTON ― When the Federal Reserve announced the end of its landmark bond buying program Wednesday, it also signaled the start of something else: The Janet Yellen era.Officially, Yellen has been F...

Updated : 2014.10.30 21:43

[Newsmaker] New iPhones set to hit Korean shelves

The worldwide craze over the new iPhones will hit the South Korean market on Friday when the iPhone 6 and its variant the 6 Plus go on sale here. This time, the so-called iPhone effect will have a mor...

Updated : 2014.10.29 21:32

[Newsmaker] Legendary rock star Shin Hae-chul dies

Iconic ’90s rock musician Shin Hae-chul, 46, was pronounced dead at 8.19 p.m. Monday at the Asan Medical Center in southern Seoul following a massive heart attack on Oct. 22, which left the singer in...

Updated : 2014.10.28 21:33

[Newsmaker] Brazil’s Rousseff, who held on for new term

BRASILIA ― President Dilma Rousseff, a former leftist guerrilla once imprisoned and tortured by Brazil’s military regime, upheld her reputation for toughness in a hard-fought campaign that won her ...

Updated : 2014.10.27 20:54

[Newsmaker] Medical establishment a casualty of Ebola

PARIS ― Beyond the human tragedy of the Ebola epidemic unfolding in west Africa, the crisis is claiming a collateral victim: trust in the medical order.The biggest casualty is the reputation of the U...

Updated : 2014.10.26 21:55

[Newsmaker] KB Financial chief came up the hard way

By picking one of its former executive members as the new chairman, KB Financial Group made it clear that it is determined to end its deep-rooted leadership strife. It has also proclaimed that it will...

Updated : 2014.10.23 21:16

[Newsmaker] Park, Saenuri at odds over constitutional revision

Conflict between President Park Geun-hye and her party has escalated, with Cheong Wa Dae publicly firing back at the party chief, after he attempted to open a discussion on constitutional revision.On ...

Updated : 2014.10.22 20:10

[Newsmaker] Rubber duck enthralls despite Lotte debate

A giant yellow rubber duck sitting on Seoul’s Seokchon Lake has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of South Koreans, while carrying the hopes of a local retail giant trying to dampen public f...

Updated : 2014.10.21 20:57

[Newsmaker] Concert accident refocuses parties on safety

Public safety has once again gripped the National Assembly with the recent ventilation shaft accident making the ruling and opposition parties hone in on related issues.On Friday, grates covering a ve...

Updated : 2014.10.20 21:26

[Newsmaker] Vent shafts accidents waiting to happen

The innumerable ventilation shafts around the country may be accidents just waiting to happen, with no regulations to ensure their structural integrity. With thousands of ventilation shafts, covered b...

Updated : 2014.10.19 21:18

[Newsmaker] Why did N.K. chief join inter-Korean talks?

The appearance of North Korea’s military spy chief Kim Yong-chol at rare inter-Korean military talks on Wednesday has left many observers wondering what message Pyongyang wanted to convey through sen...

Updated : 2014.10.16 21:24

[Newsmaker] Ebola infections may hit 10,000 a week: WHO

GENEVA ― The World Health Organization said Tuesday the Ebola infection rate could soon reach 10,000 a week as world leaders prepared to hold talks on the crisis at the United Nations.WHO assistant d...

Updated : 2014.10.15 21:39

[Newsmaker] Tirole honored for firms' market power study

PARIS ― French economist Jean Tirole is a master of game theory and industrial organization, who on Monday added a Nobel prize to a gleaming heap of honors for his work.The 61-year-old was hailed by ...

Updated : 2014.10.14 21:41

[Newsmaker] Homeplus faces torrid Assembly audit

Homeplus, one of South Korea’s largest grocery chains, will have to explain during a parliamentary inspection what seems like an intentional leakage of its customers’ private information to third pa...

Updated : 2014.10.13 21:18

[Newsmaker] Anti-N.K. leaflets: Double-edged sword

Steered by North Korean defectors and activists, civic groups and their anti-Pyongyang leaflets have long goaded the Kim regime into fury at what it calls an act of hostility. The two Koreas traded fi...

Updated : 2014.10.12 21:05
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