South Korea’s Unique Fiscal Standards: Creating an Unreliable Financial Picture

Kim Byeong-hwan, Vice Minister of Strategy and Finance, speaking with an employee from the Ministry of Strategy and Finance at the Tax Subcommittee of the National Assembly’s Planning and Finance Committee on the 27th. Senior Reporter Kim Bong-gyu The trustworthiness of financial information is crucial for companies and countries. To ensure accuracy and transparency, […]

Korea Meteorological Administration Issues Cold Wave and Dry Weather Warnings

Weather Warnings Issued Across South Korea Hankyoreh file photo On Saturday, February 2nd, morning temperatures in most parts of the country will drop below freezing, with daytime temperatures ranging from 5 to 11 degrees. Strong winds and dry weather are expected in many areas, prompting concerns about forest fires and other potential fire hazards. Cold […]

‘Earth in Climate Crisis: Winners of the 2021 Environmental Photography Award | CIWEM’

Earth in Climate Crisis and Efforts to Overcome It Delivering a Message More Powerful Than a Thousand Words The ‘Environmental Photography of the Year Award’ by CIWEM (Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management) focuses on the crisis facing the natural world. This year’s winners have been announced, with many of the submitted works depicting […]

Founder of Tucker Motors: Preston Tucker’s Tragic Story of Innovation and Revolution

In 1948, Tucker Motors, founded by Preston Tucker, introduced a groundbreaking motor. Tucker Motors produced an innovative car called the Tucker 48, which featured semi-automatic transmission and directional headlights. The company faced financial struggles and ultimately collapsed due to the opposition of larger corporations in the automotive industry. Preston Tucker’s dream of revolutionizing the car […]

Dr. Ann Eyre Offers Comfort and Advice to Itaewon Disaster Survivors on First Anniversary

Renowned sociologist and disaster management specialist, Dr. Ann Eyre (59), extended her heartfelt support to the families and survivors of the Itaewon disaster and the people of Korea on the event’s first anniversary. Dr. Eyre, who gained recognition through her active involvement in ‘Disaster Action’, a British organization dedicated to supporting disaster victims, empathized with […]

500 People Call for Enactment of Dog Eating Prohibition Act at National Assembly Rally

Animal Rights Groups Call for Enactment of ‘Ban the Opening Ceremony’ Law Seoul – A Massive National Rally In a monumental gathering on the 29th, 500 individuals, including 27 animal organizations and the Gyeonggi Veterinary Association, participated in a rally in front of the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul. The rally, organized by the People’s […]

The Prosecution’s Unreasonable Linking of Cases in Defamation Scandal: A Closer Look at the Kyunghyang Shinmun and Newstapa Investigations

The Supreme Prosecutors Office in Seocho-gu, Seoul, has come under scrutiny during the last presidential election. The prosecution, while investigating the ‘verification report on Yoon Seok-yeol’, searched and seized former and current reporters of the Kyunghyang Shinmun and News Bus on charges of defamation. Interestingly, the warrant listed ‘charges of breach of trust’ which were […]