Korean Youngsters Have Unhappy Relationship with Parents
Korean adolescents are often unhappy in the relationship with their parents, dampening their general happiness, a survey suggests. Experts point out that a major reason for unhappiness is negative relationships with family members. >> Full Text

Dwindling Marriages Lead to Fewer Divorces
An average of 189 couples got married and 55 got divorced every day in Seoul last year. Divorces are on the wane only because fewer people are getting married in the first place. The rate of divorces per 10 married couples was 0.8 in 1971, rising to 4.5 in 2003 but dropping to three in 2013. >> Full Text

IKEA Offers Sneak Preview for the Press
The press got a preview of Korea's long-awaited first IKEA store in the Seoul suburb of Gwangmyeong, Gyeonggi Province on Wednesday, one month ahead of the Dec. 18 opening. The furniture store is 10 minutes walk from the KTX Gwangmyeong Station and near Lotte Premium Outlet and Costco. >> Full Text

Staffers look at poinsettias at the National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province on Wednesday. /Newsis

Actress Lee Si-young smiles during a press junket for her new TV series in Seoul on Wednesday.

Nicole poses at a showcase for her first solo album in Seoul on Wednesday.

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