Students with COVID-19 Advised to Stay Home for 5 Days
Students who test positive for COVID-19 will be advised to stay home for five days, the Ministry of Education said on Monday. The recommendation is part of revised guidelines effective from the first day of June as the crisis level of COVID-19 is about to be lowered from "serious" to "cautious," ending most of the remaining COVID-related restrictions.
Over-50s Now Korea's Biggest Spenders
Muggy Spell Sets in After Rains
All-You-Can-Eat Buffets Are Back as Inflation Bites
Income Gap Widens as Inflation Devours Workers' Real Wages
Koreans to Enjoy Substitute Holiday for Buddha's Birthday
Korean Space Rocket Puts Satellites into Orbit
Cheong Wa Dae to Open at Night
Cheong Wa Dae will be open for visitors at night for two weeks in June, offering an unique opportunity to enjoy summer nights at the old presidential palace in Seoul. The tours are free of charge and will run nightly from June 8 to 19.
Kim Jong-un Checks Preparations for N. Korea's 1st Military Satellite
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made his first public appearance in about a month on Tuesday, when he checked preparations for the launch of North Korea's first military satellite. He was once again accompanied by his daughter Ju-ae.
BMW Unveils Revamped 5 Series
BMW unveiled a completely revamped version of its 5 Series midsize sedan on Wednesday. The 5 Series is one of the best-selling imported cars in Korea, with sales topping 20,000 units here last year.