Symbolic Christmas Tree at Border Pulled Down
A giant steel Christmas tree near the border with North Korea that served as a propaganda symbol for the South has been pulled down. It used to stand at Aegibong Peak and twinkle a message of progress and born-again Christianity across the border. >> Full Text

Kim Jong-un Back on the Road
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited a town in South Pyongyan Province earlier this week, the official Rodong Sinmun reported Wednesday, marking his first foray outside Pyongyang since he resurfaced in public. >> Full Text

Coffee Imports to Set New High
Coffee imports are expected to hit a new high this year as well, as coffee chains keep growing. Ediya, which opened its first outlet near Chungang University in Seoul in 2001, now operates over 1,300 chains across the country as of this year. >> Full Text

Children enjoy autumnal scenery at Seoul Forest in the capital on Wednesday. /News 1

Dancers perform a traditional fan dance at Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul on Wednesday, the first day of late-night opening. /Newsis

Han Ji-hye poses at a press junket for her new TV series in Seoul on Wednesday. /Newsis

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