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  1. Belgium recalls envoy whose wife allegedly hit 2 in S. Korea

    May 30, 2021 | The Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Belgium will bring home its ambassador to South Korea amid public anger over his wife’s alleged assault of two employees at a shop in Seoul. The Belgium Embassy said t...
    Date2021.05.31 ByEnjoyKorea Views12
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  2. Calls growing for Seoul to boycott Tokyo Olympics

    2021-05-27 | The Korea Times Calls are growing for Seoul to boycott the upcoming Tokyo Summer Olympics ― not out of concerns over COVID-19 infections but in protest against Japan's persistent claim over Korea's easternmost islets of ...
    Date2021.05.30 ByEnjoyKorea Views15
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  3. North Korea bans skinny jeans as symbol of ‘capitalistic lifestyle’

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has banned skinny jeans, mullets and certain body piercings as symbols of a “capitalistic lifestyle”, according to reports. It follows a state-run newspaper warning that more needs to be done to s...
    Date2021.05.28 ByEnjoyKorea Views18
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  4. Elephants migrate through Chinese city

    Authorities cleared the streets of a Chinese city after a herd of 15 migrating Asian elephants wandered into the urban area from a nearby nature preserve.
    Date2021.05.28 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  5. NFL is reviewing claims made by former coach, who said he was told he was ‘not the right minority’ during an interview

    May 24, 2021 | CNN.COM ▲ Eugene Chung, pictured here in 2014 while working for the Kansas City Chiefs, detailed the discriminatory comments he received in an interview with the Boston Globe. (CNN) - The NFL is reviewing claims made by a form...
    Date2021.05.25 ByEnjoyKorea Views2
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  6. Tottenham’s Son to lead South Korea in World Cup qualifiers

    Mon, May 24, 2021 ▲ South Korea call-up: Son Heung-min Tottenham Hotspur's prolific striker Son Heung-min was named Monday to lead a 28-strong South Korea squad for next month's World Cup qualifiers. Fixtures in Asia's eight qual...
    Date2021.05.24 ByEnjoyKorea Views3
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  7. Teenager stabs 5 dead, including 3 kids, in Brazil daycare center attack

    May 5, 2021 | CNN.COM ▲ Relatives stand amid emergency vehicles, outside the Aquarela preschool in Saudades, in the southern state of Santa Catarina, Brazil, on May 4, 2021. A teenager broke into a daycare center in southern Brazil and stabb...
    Date2021.05.05 ByEnjoyKorea Views7
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  8. Italian hermit on island alone is leaving after 32 years

    April 27, 2021 | CNN He's become known as Italy's Robinson Crusoe after spending more than 30 years as the only resident of an idyllic island off the coast of Sardinia. But Mauro Morandi is bidding farewell to his tiny hut on the Isl...
    Date2021.04.28 ByEnjoyKorea Views6
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  9. Oscars Overseas Reactions: China Media Mostly Mum But Korea, Denmark, UK Politicians Exuberant

    April 26, 2021 | Deadline ▲ Chloe Zhao With such a varied mix winners from around the world at Sunday’s Oscars, local media has been awash with praise as news of victories spread from Los Angeles to Seoul, and Copenhagen to London &mda...
    Date2021.04.27 ByEnjoyKorea Views2
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  10. Korean-made small SUVs reach 50% share in US market

    Apr 26, 2021 | The Korea Economic Daily ▲ 2021 Hyundai New Kona Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) manufactured in South Korea have earned more than half the market share in the small-size SUV segment in the US. In the first quarter of this year,...
    Date2021.04.27 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  11. Spanish Man charged with infecting 22 people with COVID-19

    April 25, 2021 | Associated Press A Spanish man with COVID-19 symptoms who coughed on work colleagues and told them "I’m going to give you all the coronavirus" has been charged with intentionally causing injury after allegedly infectin...
    Date2021.04.27 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  12. No masks, no social distancing and a 4,000-strong crowd at next month's Brit Awards, as the UK looks to restart live events

    April 22, 2021 | CNN ▲ The Brit Awards take place at the O2 in 2014, in front of a full audience. The UK's flagship music awards ceremony, the Brits, will go ahead with a 4,000-strong crowd, no social distancing and no masks next month, ...
    Date2021.04.27 ByEnjoyKorea Views2
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  13. Danish bar offers COVID-19 tests on tap

    April 26, 2021 | Reuters A bar in Copenhagen has started offering customers a COVID-19 test and a beer while they wait for the result to help get business moving again after months of restrictions. Punters hand over about $25 to get tested i...
    Date2021.04.27 ByEnjoyKorea Views4
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  14. Kimchi exports hit all-time high in Q1

    Apr 21, 2021 | The Korea Herald South Korea’s kimchi exports hit an all-time high in the first quarter of this year, recording the biggest trade surplus, government data showed on Wednesday. Overseas sales of kimchi recorded $46.6 mill...
    Date2021.04.22 ByEnjoyKorea Views161
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  15. Delta Air Lines Announces New Seoul-Portland Route

    APRIL 20, 2021 | travelpulse.com ▲ Delta Air Lines’ Airbus A330-200 Delta Air Lines announced a new route scheduled to launch later this year between South Korea and the United States. Starting on September 9, Delta will offer three-ti...
    Date2021.04.22 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  16. Suspected poacher killed by elephants at South African national park

    April 18, 2021 / ABC News A suspected poacher was killed by a herd of breeding elephants that he encountered while fleeing from park rangers, according to South African officials. Three people attempted to run away after they were spotted by...
    Date2021.04.19 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  17. The Super League Announced; Barcelona, Manchester United Among Founding Clubs

    APRIL 18, 2021 / bleacherreport.com The Super League issued a press release Sunday to lay out its plans for a new breakaway European competition consisting of major clubs from across the continent. Twelve clubs were included in the initial a...
    Date2021.04.19 ByEnjoyKorea Views1
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  18. Elon Musk is leaving Silicon Valley for Texas. These millionaires and companies are joining him

    December 13, 2020 | CNN Silicon Valley has been the epicenter of the tech industry for decades, starting in 1938 when Bill Hewlett and David Packard started tinkering in a Palo Alto garage. But that may be changing. Perhaps the most striking...
    Date2020.12.14 ByAsiaInDallas Views86
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  19. Chinese buyer swoops in, buys a racing pigeon for $1.9 Million

    Nov 15, 2020, | Forbes Belgian-bred pigeons are known as the best in the world of pigeon racing, but even seasoned breeding families were left stunned after an anonymous Chinese buyer swooped in to buy a female pigeon named New Kim for a who...
    Date2020.11.16 ByAsiaInDallas Views364
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  20. Chinese kindergarten teacher sentenced to death for poisoning 25 students with nitrite-laced porridge

    September 29, 2020 | CNN A kindergarten teacher who poisoned 25 children, killing one of them, after an argument with a rival staff member has been sentenced to death by a court in central China. In its official ruling Monday, the Jiaozuo In...
    Date2020.09.29 ByAsiaInDallas Views127
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