Monday, June 17, 2019
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Korean farmer travels world on tractor

Kang Kitae, who traveled around rural Korea, China, Turkey and Myanmar on a tractor, provides lecture in his own lecture hall, called the Travel...
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Interview with an Arab reporter

Korean pop music and soap operas have been popular across the Arab world for a long time now, and the number of fans keeps...
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A veteran of the Great Patriotic War

Korea.net has launched a new collaborative project with its honorary reporters around the world. Each honorary reporter will write a story on the same...
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A life with hope

Korea.net has launched a new collaborative project with its honorary reporters around the world. Each honorary reporter will write a story on the same...
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Rescuing what we are

Korea.net has launched a new collaborative project with its honorary reporters around the world. Each honorary reporter will write a story on the same...
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Organic market promotes natural famers, healthy eating

Today we meet Park Suh Ran, founder of the Gre-eat Market, a collaborative project that aims to increase awareness about healthy lifestyles and food...
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Purme Foundation helps build disabled-friendly world

There’s one person who has dedicated everything he’s got to building hospitals designed solely to treat people with disabilities. He is the executive director of...
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Korea in the letters of a non-Korean

Our history begins in 2008 with the first visit to Korea by the Colombian journalist and writer Andres Felipe Solano. He met Yi Soojeong,...
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SGC’s Paul Carver & his beautiful bond with Korea

Seoul Global Center Head Paul Carver is going all-out to help expatriates in Korea, based on his life and experiences here as an overseas...
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‘Expand cultural exchanges to the countryside’

Qu Zhe, producer of the recent 'Indepth Travel Across Korea,' a special episode of the CCTV-7 travel program 'Traveling to Beautiful China's Rural Towns,'...
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Korean aid, economic growth point way to future

Korea has transformed itself from an aid beneficiary to an aid provider. The country holds the indigenous, precious asset of having accomplished economic development, all...
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‘I like people who treat the elderly with respect’

"Getting acknowledged for our work by K-pop fans in both Bulgaria and elsewhere is the best gift I've ever received," said Bojana Doneva, who...
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Actress-turned-painter draws God-given gifts

Actress and painter Kim HyunJung’s ‘Prayer’ features a stuffed rabbit named Lala, which represents the artist’s inner soul. Actress and painter Kim HyunJung is returning...
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Latina YouTuber promotes Korea in Spanish

Third-year Korea University student Nalu is the creator and star of 'Latina Saram,' a YouTube channel that introduces Korean pop culture and Korean university...
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‘Koreans are good at making funny jokes’

Korea.net recently sat down with a German college student who came to know Korea while reading comic books in high school. Lisa Scheidig from...
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German singer realizes dream to visit Korea

German singer Jamie-Lee Kriewitz visits the 'K-Style Hub' in Seoul as part of her trip to Korea. She's the winner of a German singing...
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Battlefield piano sounds revived after 66 years

A young Seymour Bernstein (center) performs for his fellow soldiers during the Korean War. The Ministry of Patriots' and Veterans' Affairs invites Korean War...
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Her evolution has no end

Her life is considered to be dramatic, as she switched her career from a fashion model and an actress to a painter. Also, she...
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‘Museums tell story of humankind through history, culture’

Stone blades from the Neolithic Era, stone arrowheads from the Bronze Age, stainless steel spoons, hwatu  gambling cards and even blue jeans worn by...
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‘A dining table can change the fate of a nation’

CEO Cho Tae-kwon of the Kwangjuyo Group emphasizes that, 'Our traditions are something that will never disappear. They're the things that have been accumulated...

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