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

Dead Ferry Owner Makes Cover of New York Times
Ferry owner Yoo Byung-eon has achieved in death what he failed to do in life, making it onto the front page of the New York Times on Sunday. The article said, his moneymaking machine "contributed to one of the worst peacetime disasters in the nation's history -- the sinking of the ferry Sewol" on April 16. >> 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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