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BTS joins White House press briefing Korean supergroup BTS highlighted the need to respect one another as they made their first visit to the White House on Tuesday for a rare meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden. The group also joined White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in a daily press briefing before meeting with...
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Son finishes season as 1st Asian to lead Premiership in scoring Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur is the first Asian to lead the English Premier League (EPL) in scoring. In the league’s 38th week on May 22, he scored his 22nd and 23rd goals in the season finale against host Norwich City at Carrow Road...
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Korea Women’s volleyball captain Kim praised “We’ve said this over and over again. Kim Yeon-koung is a one-in-a-billion player.” FIVB, volleyball’s world governing body, on Aug. 4 lauded Kim, captain of the national women’s volleyball team, through its social media for leading Korea to a semifinal berth in the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics. Fans worldwide...
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An San 1st triple gold medalist in Tokyo An San shot herself into the record books on Friday, winning the women’s individual archery event in Tokyo to become the first archer ever to claim three gold medals at a single Olympics. An is also the first South Korean triple gold medalist at a Summer Olympics,...
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Korea wins 9th consecutive Olympic gold First time in Olympic history South Korea has done it again ― for the ninth time, in fact. South Korea claimed its ninth consecutive Olympic gold medal in the women’s archery team event on Sunday, beating the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) by the set score of 6-0 in the...
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BTS criticizes anti-Asian racism “We feel grief and anger,” Joining the widening “Stop Asian Hate” movement, triggered by the recent deadly shootings in Atlanta, K-pop boy band BTS condemned racial discrimination and violence in a resolute Twitter message Tuesday. “We feel grief and anger,” BTS said in a message posted both in Korean and English...
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One of the largest concerns faced by immigrant women living in South Korea after getting married to a South Korean national is dealing with legal problems caused by various illegal acts, a civic support group for female immigrants said Tuesday. The Seoul Counseling Center for Migrant Women reported 11,125 cases of counseling related to legal...
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Public anger is intensifying over the alleged child abuse of an adopted 16-month-old girl that resulted in her death. Celebrities have joined the “#sorryjungin” campaign to mourn her death and raise awareness on the problem of child abuse. In the latest episode of the SBS investigative reporting TV show “Unanswered Questions,” aired on Jan. 2,...
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South Korea will maintain Level 1 social distancing regulations under a revised five-tier scheme as the average daily number of new cases remains below 100 this week, the health authority said Friday. The new five-tier scheme, which takes effect Saturday, breaks the current three levels into five — 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 and 3 —...
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Two South Korean figures — Jeong Eun-kyeong and Bong Joon-ho — have been included on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people of 2020, the magazine announced Wednesday. Jeong, commissioner of the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), made the list in the leaders category, with Bong Joon-ho, director of the...
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