Haircare Business Booms as Stressed Koreans Go Bald
The market for haircare products is growing rapidly as over 10 million people suffer from hair loss. From wigs to potions that claim to make hair grow back, the industry is raking in the money. >> Full Text

5 Times as Many Die in Traffic Accidents When It Rains
Traffic accidents rise by 10 percent on rainy days compared to fine weather, while the chance of fatalities increases almost five-fold, a study shows. There were an average of 2,814 traffic accidents on rainy days between 2009 and 2013. >> Full Text

Violent Crime Increasingly Happens Anywhere
Violent crimes against women occur in such a wide variety of locations that it is becoming impossible to call anywhere safe. Downtown places and parks that are filled with people during the day turn into crime zones at night. >> Full Text

Foreign students learning Korean pose in front of the statue of King Sejong in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on Thursday to celebrate Hangeul Day.

Models pose with traditional Korean crafts at an exhibition stall in Seoul on Friday.

Girl group Girl's Day smile at a concert in Seoul on Friday.

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