Possible changes after S. Korea raised COVID-19 threat level to maximum

Possible changes after S. Korea raised COVID-19 threat level to maximum

now as a follow-up to that report it’s the first time in 11 years that South Korea has been put on the highest alert level the government now has the power to control businesses and transportation as well cha Jong Hyun reports on what can …

Culture and sports sectors join efforts to prevent spread of COVID-19

South Korea sports and culture sectors are doing what they can to prevent the spread of the virus k-pop stars BTS held their new album launch press conference on YouTube instead of in front of a packed house of reporters and fans and the local …

S. Korea looking for immigrant mentors to help newcomers settle

S. Korea looking for immigrant mentors to help newcomers settle

the South Korean government is looking for naturalized Koreans and foreign residents who have successfully settled here in South Korea to serve as mentors for newcomers to the country according to the Ministry of Justice selected members will participate in an education program to help …

S. Korean universities delaying spring semester amid coronavirus outbreak

meanwhile hundreds of kindergartens and elementary schools here in Korea have temporarily closed as fears rise over the outbreak and now universities are closing their doors as well our Yoo Lian reports South Korea’s Education Ministry has recommended that all universities delay their spring semester …

S. Korea’s average consumer inflation hits record low in 2019

S. Korea’s average consumer inflation hits record low in 2019

latest figures from the government show that consumer prices in South Korea went up faster than expected in December but for the whole of 2019 inflation slowed to a 54 year low our kim hye-sung explains south korea’s average consumer inflation in 2019 edged up …