Airlines Offer Better Seats to Beat Cheap Competition
Big flag carriers are unveiling upgraded seats to lure passengers away from the ever-growing budget carrier business. Korean Air and Asiana Airlines have bolstered services and facilities available in first and business class. >> Full Text

Japan's Tourist Industry Trumps Korea's
The number of tourists visiting Korea rose from 6.8 million in 2008 to 14.2 million last year, but tourism-related infrastructure has not improved apace. In the mean time, Japan overtook Korea for the first time in seven years in attracting foreign tourists. >> Full Text

3rd MERS Virus Infection Confirmed
A third case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome has been confirmed in Korea. The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday said a 76-year-old man who shared a hospital room with the first confirmed patient was also diagnosed with MERS. >> Full Text

Visitors pose with lanterns at a temple in Busan on Sunday, a day ahead of Buddha's Birthday.

Youngsters take part in a sand sculpture contest at Haeundae Beach in Busan on Friday.

Girl group Kara pose ahead of a concert at Seoul World Cup Stadium in the capital on Saturday.

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