Daegu - Scenes of deserted streets in Daegu and other provinces in North Gyeongsang, the epicenter of a massive cluster of coronavirus cases back in February, are slowly beginning to fade. Signs of life are resuming as people venture out to find...
Six more fatalities linked to influenza shots — the latest in an alarming succession of mysterious deaths across the country — are raising alarm about the safety of vaccinations as the country heads into a Covid-complicated winter flu season.
Scenes of deserted streets in Daegu and elsewhere in North Gyeongsang, the epicenter of a massive cluster of coronavirus cases back in February, are slowly beginning to fade. Signs of life are resuming as people venture out to find small pleasures.
DAEGU — The city of art has reawakened. The southeastern city of Daegu is a place with hidden treasure troves of art around its neighborhoods. Unfortunately, it was hit the hardest during the early stages of the Covid-19 outbreak when...
DAEGU — Leeahn Gallery Daegu presents “Hangover Boogie,” a group exhibition of three young abstract artists who are pioneering their own paths with their unique styles. Ina Gerken, Megan Rooney and Chris Succo were...
In the first five months of the year, the number of deaths in Korea increased 2.5 percent on-year, according to Statistics Korea.The statistics agency said it could not yet determine whether the increase is the result of Covid-19 or not.
Political and business leaders from Daegu and North Gyeongsang, the region hardest hit during the early stages of Korea's Covid-19 outbreak, pledge to overcome the ensuing economic crisis at EXCO in Daegu on Monday.
People lie on picnic blankets at a park in Seo District, Daegu, enjoying the summer weather Sunday while keeping two meters apart from each other in line with coronavirus social distancing precautions.
Korea’s sixth-largest city, Gwangju, added 22 Covid-19 cases in a single day Wednesday, prompting warnings from the country’s top health official over the growing hotspot.
Daegu is seeking 100 billion won ($82.3 million) in damages from the Shincheonji Church of Jesus and its leader Lee Man-hee in a lawsuit that blames the controversial sect for a massive cluster of Covid-19 cases in mid-February.