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            • Elon Musk named Time magazine person of the year

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            • Purple Island, Ungok Village designated 'Best Tourism Villages'

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            • Judge's comment: Award winners stand as hope for multicultural Korea

            • Multicultural music radio station marks 13th anniversary

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            • [Winners of 10th Korea Multicultural Youth Awards] Outstanding elementary school students

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            • Singles frustrated by Korea's marriage

            • Korea Times receives 'Video Storytelling Award' for Nth room documentary

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            • Gangneung combines regional heritage with breathtaking landscape

            • Book discloses presidential candidate's bad blood with brother

            • Yi Sang's translated poems win prestigious US literary award

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            • Joseon pop tantalizes US music fans

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            • Winners of Korea Times

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            • The Korea Times

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            • Chagall's works with biblical and Jewish motifs arrive in Korea

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            • Gangneung combines regional heritage with breathtaking landscape

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            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Fiction Grand Prize: The Tall Dwarf

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            • Book addresses Koreans' underused 'gene' for success

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            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Fiction Grand Prize: The Tall Dwarf

            • [INTERVIEW] Kim Whanki drawing found not on canvas, but on earthen plate

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            • Book predicts AI

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            • 400th contribution

            • 61 lawmakers awarded by Sunfull Foundation for using positive, respectful language

            • [INTERVIEW] Joseon pop's fanbase in the making

            • Winners of Korea Times

            • Prison letters of ousted ex

            • Yi Sang's translated poems win prestigious US literary award

            • [Winners of 10th Korea Multicultural Youth Awards] Outstanding elementary school students

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            • The Korea Times

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            • The Korea Times

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            • Egyptian guide offers tours in Korean

            • 'Squid Game' director, Netflix, archer Kim Je

            • Some languages survive colonialism, while others go extinct

            • Korea Times receives 'Video Storytelling Award' for Nth room documentary

            • Tate Modern curator appointed as artistic director for 2023 Gwangju Biennale

            • Multicultural music radio station marks 13th anniversary

            • Chagall's works with biblical and Jewish motifs arrive in Korea

            • [Korea Times

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            • Asiana to resume Guam route next month

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            • Anne Rice, who breathed new life into vampires, dies at 80

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            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Fiction Commendation Award winner Clare Richards

            • Korea's whisky imports jump over 70 percent this year

            • [INTERVIEW] Be prepared for spike in hallyu tourists after pandemic: culture minister

            • Essay awardees give helpful advice on AI, basic income

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            • Jeju's three female divers named independence fighters by patriots ministry

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            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Poetry Grand Prize winner Joanne Park

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            • Busan builds future from cultural heritage of Korean War refugees

            • [Winners of 10th Korea Multicultural Youth Awards] Outstanding elementary school students

            • Some languages survive colonialism, while others go extinct

            • 61 lawmakers awarded by Sunfull Foundation for using positive, respectful language

            • Dissident artist Ai Weiwei's unapologetic, anti

            • Prison letters of ousted ex

            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Fiction Commendation Award: Half of His Egg Muffin

            • The Korea Times

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            • [52nd Korea Times Translation Awards] Fiction Commendation Award winner Clare Richards

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            • Buddhist order goes all

            • Evolutionary biologist says having children in Korea today is a 'stupid' choice

            • Book review: Tracing the history of intercountry adoption and Korea's major role in it

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