German Broadcaster Daniel Lindemann Announces His Upcoming Wedding

**German Broadcaster Daniel Lindemann Announces Upcoming Marriage** Daniel Lindemann, a popular German broadcaster, took to his Social Networking Services (SNS) account on the 4th to share some exciting news: he is getting married. Revealing his deep affection for his fiancée, Lindemann expressed his desire to spend the rest of his life with her. “I am […]

Korea’s Lack of Sport Presentation: Contrasting Vibrant Atmosphere at Hangzhou Asian Games

Excitement and Spectacle at Hangzhou Asian Games Sports Presentations Take Centerstage By Kim Chang-geum – Senior Reporter The Hangzhou Asian Games site is brimming with life and energy. Notably, the dedicated support from friendly college student volunteers has left a lasting impression. However, what truly stands out is the electrifying atmosphere created both inside and […]

National Intelligence Service Document Reveals Efforts to Neutralize Anti-Government Activities in Art World

In 2010, during the Lee Myung-bak administration, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) reportedly produced a document aimed at countering the anti-government activities of pro-North Korean forces within the arts community. The document, titled “Neutralizing anti-government political activities by pro-North Korean forces in the arts community,” highlighted concerns over certain cultural figures who were critical of […]

Uncovering the Tragic Discovery: Investigation in Daejeon Reveals Baby’s White Skeleton

Police Arresting Mother After Discovering Body of Deceased Infant with White Bones Daejeon, South Korea In a devastating incident, the body of a deceased infant, marked only by white bones, was found in Daejeon. Local authorities are urgently pursuing the investigation by apprehending the child’s biological mother. The Daejeon West Police Station revealed that the […]

Nature’s Female Editor-in-Chief Urges Gender-Reflective Research Practices at Korea Visit

Magdalena Skipper, First Female Editor-in-Chief, Highlights Importance of Gender-Reflective Research Dr. Magdalena Skipper, the esteemed editor-in-chief of the renowned scientific journal Nature, held a press conference at the Press Center in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 4th, where she shared her insights on the need for scientific research that takes into account gender characteristics. During the […]

Seoul Vice Mayor to Stand Trial After Reversal of Internal Investigation Decision

Seoul Central District Prosecutors Office Opens Trial for Public Official Charged with Bribery The Seoul Central District Prosecutors Office has reversed its previous decision and sent a public officer on trial for the first time in five years. The prosecution had initially closed an internal investigation into a case where a bribe giver claimed to […]

Government Neglects Overtime Pay for Officials in Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree Evacuation

It has been revealed that during the closure of the Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree camp in early August, the government failed to provide separate allowances to local public officials who were on emergency duty. While the government compensated local governments for expenses incurred on accommodation and food for jamboree participants, it did not include labor […]