N.Korea Woos Foreign Investments for 'Tourist Zone'
North Korea held an investor blitz in China that surprised participants by allowing potential investors to ask frank questions and receive answers on the spot. So far North Korean investment drives consisted of officials reading out scripted speeches. >> Full Text

More Multicultural Kids in Korean Schools
Children from multicultural families now make up more than one percent in schools here for the first time. As of April 1, there were 67,806 multicultural children in school, making up 1.07 percent of the total student population of 6.33 million. >> Full Text

Korea, Canada Ink FTA
Korea and Canada officially sign a free trade agreement on Monday according to terms agreed in March after nine years of tough negotiations. The signing is part of President Park Geun-hye's three-day visit to Canada, which started Sunday. >> Full Text

People take part in a running event for singles organized by an online dating company at Seoul Grand Park in Gwacheon, Gyeonggi Province on Sunday. /Newsis

Attendants prepare for the award ceremony for the women's air pistol event at the Asian Games in Incheon on Sunday. /News 1

Girl group Kara perform at the K-Pop Expo in Asia in Incheon on Sunday.

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