More Married Couples Live off Parents
A growing number of married couples are living off their parents as jobs get sparser. According to the Korea Institute for Vocational Evaluation, some 14 percent of married couples live with their parents and even get pocket money from them.
Lotte Faces Massive Tax Probe in China After THAAD Decision
Korea's Population to Peak at 53 Million in the Next 15 Years
Seoul Tightens Sanctions Against Pyongyang
Exports Grow for 1st Time in 3 Months
Car Sales Rebound in November
Two Hollywood Stars to Promote SF Flick in Korea
NATIONAL/POLITICS
Park Visits Daegu Stronghold in Bid for Support
President Park Geun-hye made a sudden visit to a burnt-out market in her Daegu stronghold on Thursday afternoon in a last-ditch bid to shore up some political support. It was the first time she has emerged from her office in more than a month as a massive influence-peddling and corruption scandal engulfed her.
NORTH KOREA
UN Security Council Tightens Curbs on N.Korean Trade
The 15 members of the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a new package of sanctions on North Korea on Wednesday. It took them a marathon 82 days to adopt the new resolution after the North's fifth nuclear test.
BUSINESS
Korean Air Launches Incheon-Delhi Service
Korean Air has launched a new route to Delhi, India, becoming the country's second carrier after Asiana Airlines to fly from Incheon to the Indian capital. The airline said on Thursday it will operate the route five times a week.