Seoul Resumes Fertilizer Aid to N.Korea
The South Korean government on Monday approved civilian fertilizer aid to North Korea for the first time in five years. The aid was halted after the North sank the Navy corvette Cheonan in March 2010. >> Full Text

Doctors Sound Warning Over Child Obesity
Doctors on Thursday called on the government to do more to rein in child obesity. According to one study by Yonsei University College of Medicine, overweight children are highly likely to become obese adults. >> Full Text

Soaring Rents Drain Household Budgets
The proportion of rent in household spending has risen to over one-third of the average monthly budget. According to a report by the Hyundai Research Institute on Sunday, rent last year accounted for 34.5 percent of total household spendings for households who rent their homes. >> Full Text

People enjoy sunny weather at the Cheonggye Stream n Seoul on Monday.

Students take a selfie for their yearbook at Seoul Women's University in Seoul on Monday. /Newsis

Singer Lim Kim poses at a showcase for her new album in Seoul on Monday.

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