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Explosion Rocks South Korea Chemical Plant, Four Dead

At least four people have reportedly been killed and one more remains missing in a blast at a chemical plant in South Korea.

Bill Self impresses South Korean students with jumper

Bill Self is currently leading a team comprised mostly of his Kansas Jayhawks to represent the United States in the World University Games in South Korea. In preparation for the tournament, Self and his team are holding practice at Gwangju...Show More Summary

South Korea plans a "K-Police Wave"

After K-pop, could Korean policing be the country's next export?

Emilia Clarke Says 'Terminator: Genisys' is 'Just Kicking Some General Butts Really'

Emilia Clarke is lovely in white attending a photo call and press conference for her latest film Terminator: Genisys held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on Thursday (July 2) in Seoul, South Korea. The 28-year-old actress was joined by her co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger as they sat down to take questions on the flick, which is [...]

End America’s Defense Dole for South Korea

South Korean President Park Geun-hye postponed her trip to the U.S. because of a public health emergency at home. Unfortunately, the delay won’t make a future Park trip any more useful. There is much on which the two nations should cooperate. Show More Summary

Rumor: Apple Watch 2 will add bigger battery, look exactly the same

Apple's second-generation Watch is unlikely to see any external changes, a Thursday morning report from South Korea suggests, with the company instead focusing on tightening up internal components in order to fit a larger battery.

Kansas freshman Carlton Bragg injured on South Korea trip

It didn’t take long for an injury to occur during practice for the World University Games. In a statement from Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self, it was revealed that incoming freshman Carlton Bragg suffered a badly broken nose during a session at Gwangju High School in South Korea. “Hopefully he won’t miss very much. Show More Summary

Weak Power Grids in Africa Stunt Economies and Fire Up Tempers

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Sub-Saharan Africa’s power generating capacity amounts to less than South Korea’s, and a quarter of it is unproductive at any given moment because of the continent’s aging infrastructure.

S. Korea waives visa fees for Chinese tourists as MERS outbreak scares off visitors

South Korea announced yesterday that it decided to waive visa fees for tourists from China and Southeast Asia in a hope to boost tourism, which took a hit in the wake of the MERS outbreak. [ more › ]

Bus Plummets off Bridge in China Leaving 11 Dead

A bus carrying twenty-six passengers from South Korea reportedly fell off a bridge in northeast China, killing at least eleven people and injuring seventeen more.

South Korea lifts ambition of emission cuts

Will reduce emissions by 37% below business as usual levels by 2030, instead of 15% to 30%.

South Korea's Health Ministry Reports New MERS Case, First in 5 Days

South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare has confirmed one more Middle East Respiratory Syndrome case.

Bahri Returns to Hyundai Samho for Five More VLCCs

  The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia, aka Bahri, has returned to South Korea’s Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries for five newbuild Very Large Crude Carriers. Bahri signed the deal with Hyundai Samho, an affiliate of Hyundai Heavy Industries, late Tuesday. Show More Summary

Which Hunt?

In early June, Nobel Laureate Tim Hunt was asked to speak at a luncheon sponsored by the Korea Federation of Women’s Science and Technology Associations at a science communications meeting in South Korea. What he said there is now Internet history. Show More Summary

The Talmud in Korea, revisited

BACK IN THE NEWS: How the Talmud Became a Best-Seller in South Korea (Ross Arbes, The New Yorker ). I noted this story when it was last in the media back in 2011. This article is much longer and more comprehensive. It's difficult toShow More Summary

South Korea Ingeniously Uses Solar Panels To Cover Bike Lane To Attain Solar Power And Shade Bikers

Over the past five years, the solar energy community has seen major innovation in solar panels. First, the new solar panels are efficiently made to look like windows. As a result of the new design, there’s been a dramatic decrease in...Show More Summary

North Koreans Seek Cure for MERS in Squid Soup

North Koreans are taking to “folk remedies” as the death toll from an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS) in neighboring South Korea rose to 33. The number of new cases now stands at 182, according to official reports.

Bill Self impresses South Korean students with jumper (VIDEO)

Kansas head coach Bill Self had the jumper going before practice in South Korea.

Scientists take a page from super cows and engineer double-bacon hogs

Twice the muscle means twice the meat in these gene-edited hogs, fresh from the lab in South Korea.

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