Cab Driving Is Pyongyang's Most Lucrative Job
The best-paying job in Pyongyang's nascent capitalist economy is cab driving. Drivers working for state-run taxi firms submit half of their daily earnings to the company and take home the rest. >> Full Text

More People in Seoul Think They Are Fatter Than They Are
Four in 10 people living in Seoul consider themselves to be fat, but in fact, only one out of four are actually fat, according to the Seoul Institute. The think tank said on Monday that 23.9 percent of people in Seoul had a body mass index of 25kg/㎡ or more in 2014. >> Full Text

Young Generations Spend More on Clothes
Those born between the 1980s and early 2000s are emerging customers who lead the latest trends, spending more on clothes, a recent survey by Hana Financial Investment suggests. These young generations who often prefer online shopping tend to splurge on themselves and they are also keen on outdoor activities. >> Full Text

Children play with fallen leaves in a park in Seoul on Monday. /Newsis

Volunteers prepare to start the Salvation Army's annual Christmas collection drive in Seoul on Monday.

Song Seung-hun and Lee Young-ae pose at a press junket for their new drama in Seoul on Monday.

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