Schools Wrestle with Mobile Phone Use
Students are back in school after their month-long summer vacation, and teachers are once again struggling to crack down on the use of mobile phones. At the discretion of their principals, most middle and high schools collect mobile phones from students in the morning and return them when school finishes at around 5 p.m. >> Full Text

1 in 3 Adults Miss Out on Vital Breakfast
About one in every three Korean adults skip breakfast, a survey suggests. The Chosun Ilbo polled 3,000 people in their 20s to 50s, and 33.6 percent said they have breakfast only twice a week or less, while 43.5 percent eat it five times a week or more. >> Full Text

Chinese Smartphones Invade Korean Market
Chinese smartphones are making inroads into the Korean market, which used to be dominated by Samsung and LG. Armed with low prices, high specs and near-knockoff designs, Huawei, TCL, Xiaomi and ZTE have made huge strides over the past few years in the global market for low to mid-priced smartphones. >> Full Text

Women take a selfie in a field in Hampyeong, South Jeolla Province on Wednesday.

Passengers get off a ship at a ferry terminal in Yeonpyeong Island on Wednesday, after cross-border tensions eased.

Actor Jo Han-sun poses at a press preview of his new film in Seoul on Wednesday.

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