Most Korean Kids Still Want to Be Teachers
Teaching remains the most popular profession among schoolkids in Korea, according to a survey by the Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training. The institute polled 18,402 schoolchildren across the nation. >> Full Text

N.Korea Resumes Tests for Smaller Missile Warheads
North Korea has resumed high-explosive tests believed to be aimed at making smaller and more powerful warheads for ballistic missiles, a government source said Wednesday. The North conducted no fewer than 139 high-explosive tests between the early 1980s until 2002. >> Full Text

Gangnam Station Still Busiest in Seoul
The busiest of the 302 subway stations in Seoul was Gangnam Station, which saw 135,642 users a day. It has been the busiest station in the capital for 18 years. The second-busiest stop was Hongik University Station, where 107,000 people got on or off a day. >> Full Text

Models promote nuts in a store in Seoul on Thursday, ahead of Daeboreum, the first full moon of the lunar new year.

Girls hang taegeukgi, Korea's national flag, in Daejeon on Thursday, ahead of the March 1 Independence Movement Day. /Newsis

Girl group EXID pose at a promotional event for milk in Seoul on Thursday.

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