Korea Slower Than Many in Catching Up with U.S.
Korea is slower than Asian rivals like China, Singapore and Taiwan as well as advanced countries such as Germany and Japan in catching up with the U.S., according to a survey. >> Full Text

Booming Startup Statistics Mask Lackluster Reality
A record number of new businesses opened last month, but most of them were mom-and-pop operations run by retired baby boomers. The Small and Medium Business Administration said a total of 8,129 startup businesses were registered in July, the most since statistics began in early 2006. >> Full Text

50 Days Till Asian Para Games
The 2014 Incheon Asian Para Games, the biggest sports festival for athletes with physical disabilities in the region, will open on Oct. 18, two weeks after the Asian Games. Korea will host the Asian Para Games for the first time in 12 years. >> Full Text

Immigrant wives attend an event to learn how to make Korean food in Seoul on Friday, ahead of Chuseok or Korean Thanksgiving. /Newsis

Seo-hyun, Tiffany and Tae-yeon of Girls' Generation attend a preview of the film "My Brilliant Life" in Seoul on Thursday.

Actress Kim Go-eun poses at a fashion exhibition in Seoul on Friday.

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