Ferry Owner's Son Stayed Holed Up for 3 Months
The eldest son of fugitive ferry owner Yoo Byung-eon never once set foot outside a small flat south of Seoul in the 95 days he spent hiding from police. Yoo Dae-gyun was finally arrested on Friday, just four days after forensics identified his father's corpse. >> Full Text

Japan Hid Looted Korean Treasures
The Japanese government has kept hidden a list of treasures stolen from Korea during the occupation from 1910 to 1945, it has emerged. Tokyo also excluded certain Korean treasures from a list of items to be returned during negotiations in 1965 to normalize diplomatic ties. >> Full Text
New Law Stops Teen Performers Working Nights
Aspiring performers under the age of 15 are not allowed to work overnight under a new law that goes into effect on Tuesday. The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Monday said the law protects youngsters' right to learn, rest and sleep. >> Full Text

Staff hold a watermelon-eating contest at a company in Seoul on Monday. /Newsis

Football star Park Ji-sung arrives with his new wife at Incheon International Airport on Monday on their way to their honeymoon to Europe. /News 1

Cheerleaders pose at a baseball game between SK Wyverns and Nexen Heroes in Incheon on Monday.

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