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Korea's U-16 women's national football team finishes first preliminary rounds of Asian Cup with a remarkable record
On April 26, Korea’s U-16 women’s national football team successfully finished their first preliminary rounds in the Asian Cup with two wins without a defeat (Local time).
Japan plans to release a million tonnes of Fukushima water into the ocean this year
Japan is preparing to release 1.3 million tonnes of radioactive water into the sea.
International Criminal Court Issues Arrest Warrants for Putin and Lvova-Belova
On March 17th, the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants for Vladimir Putin, the Russian President and Maria Lvova-Belova, the Russian Commissioner for Children's Rights.
King Charles' coronation sparks controversy amid growing anti-monarchist sentiments
The coronation of King Charles has sparked controversy, as anti-monarchist sentiment grows in the United Kingdom.
Electrical vehicles are poised to dominate car markets
A week ago, I was fortunate enough to get an opportunity in my school to learn about the future of electric vehicles in a workshop lectured by a few Stanford students.
Six Cattle found mysteriously dead in Texas
No clues of resistance, tongues removed, no blood spilled.
School bullying in South Korea worsen among students
School bullying in South Korea is becoming worse and more frequent among students in elementary, middle, and high schools.
National Museum of Korea plans first special exhibit of the year on Ancient Korean earthenware
The National Museum of Korea is set to launch its first special exhibit of the year entitled “Companions on the Eternal Journey: Earthenware Figurines and Vessels from Ancient Korea,” which takes visitors on a fascinating voyage through Korea's rich history.
“Beggars’ Chat Rooms”, a new phenomena among youths in South Korea struggling in the national recession
Among the younger generation in South Korea, “Beggars’ Chat Rooms” in open chat rooms of KakaoTalk (one of the most extensively used social media apps in South Korea) have become widely-popular in their struggles against national economic downturn.
Dobong high school declared to close in 2024, showing extreme low fertility rate case in South Korea
Recently, Dobong highschool made the official announcement that they will close the school in February 2024 due to the lack of students and the decrease in the school-age population.