Koreans Still Tired Despite Shorter Work Week
Koreans work and study less than they did five years ago, but eight out of 10 people are still experiencing fatigue. The time Koreans spent sleeping and eating rose 21 minutes to 11 hours and 14 minutes a day last year compared to five years ago. >> Full Text

Military Marks 13th Anniversary of Naval Skirmish
Politicians and other luminaries attended a ceremony on Monday marking the 13th anniversary of the Yeonpyeong Naval Battle at the Navy's 2nd Fleet headquarters in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province. >> Full Text

Samsung to Boost Employee Benefits
Samsung Electronics said Monday it will expand the legal childcare leave period for staff to two years. The new measures could cause a short-term shortage of staff, but the company believes they will give employees a chance to recharge and return to become more productive workers. >> Full Text

Models promote umbrellas in a store in Seoul on Monday.

Athletes pose with a mascot of the Summer Universiade in Gwangju on Monday.

Actress Park Bo-young attends a press junket for her new TV series in Seoul on Monday.

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