Japanese seafood suffers
A merchant at Noryangjin Fish Market in western Seoul put scallops from Japan on display on Sunday. Korea’s import value of Japanese seafood shrank by 12.8 percent last year, the biggest decrease since 2012,
A notice at one supermarket in Seocho District, southern Seoul, on Sunday shows that it will operate normally on all Sundays. Seocho District became the first district to
‘Touch the Real’
Visitors watch a media art exhibition titled “Touch the Real” at News Museum in Euljiro, central Seoul, on Sunday. Samsung Display, Samsung Electronics and Intel Korea are showcasing their latest
Honey, I shrunk the chips
A shopper browses the snack aisle at a mart in Seoul on Sunday. The Korean government announced it will conduct a study on the so-called shrinkflation, which refers to when companies reduce the content size of a product
Counting the days
A member of staff at a print shop in Suwon, Gyeonggi is printing out new calendars for 2024 on Thursday.
Egg prices skyrocketed by as much as 12 percent coming into October. The price of extra-large eggs rose by 11.8 percent to 6,892 won for a tray of 30 eggs on Oct. 12 compared to the previous week.
Reaching new heights
Real estate sales prices in September rose for the first time in 15 months, according to KB Land data on Monday. Prices in September rose by 0.09 percent compared to the previous month.
A movable house is on display at the 64th MBC Construction EXPO being held in Kintex in Ilsan, Goyang on Thursday. The exhibition which centers on innovative construction and housing ideas and technology runs through Sunday. [NEWS1]
Cows await rescue in their pens as Typhoon Khanun flooded Byeongsu village in Daegu on Thursday.
An alleyway in Jonggak in central Seoul remains vastly empty on Thursday evening.