Young Koreans Embrace Package Tours in Straitened Times
Package tours where flocks of identically dressed travelers are herded through a set itinerary of attractions and shopping opportunities are no longer the preserve of the elderly. Due partly to COVID-related restrictions abroad, more Koreans in their 20s and 30s can now be spotted following the colorful umbrella around the temples and souvenir emporia.
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Yoon Strikes Humble Note After 100 Days in Office
President Yoon Suk-yeol on Wednesday reflected on his first 100 days in office in a press conference at the presidential office in Yongsan and promised to meet people's expectations with a more humble attitude.
N.Korea Blames South for COVID Outbreak
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister Yo-jong has accused South Korea of spreading coronavirus across the tightly sealed border and threatened a "strong retaliatory response," state media reported Thursday.
Korean Companies Hope to Conquer Southeast Asia Via Singapore
Singapore has become the new springboard Korean companies use to foray into Southeast Asia, which has emerged as a burgeoning new market and production base for Korean businesses.