Suwon FC and Gangwon FC secure first division survival in promotion-relegation playoffs
Suwon FC and Gangwon FC secured their place in the K League 1 next year after winning the promotion-relegation playoffs.
Pukyoung National University, local maritime university begin merger talks
Pukyong National University and Korea Maritime & Ocean University will start discussions to merge, aiming to apply for next year's Glocal University 30 project as a coalition.
Hailstones pelt Busan on Wednesday
Busan experienced a five-minute-long downpour of hail around 9 p.m. on Wednesday, according to the Korea Meteorological Administration.
Revisiting the botched bid for World Expo 2030
It is not the time to appreciate all the efforts the government made but the time to find out what really went wrong until the last minute.
President Yoon, Korea Inc. reaffirm commitment to Busan despite failed expo bid
Samsung Electronics Executive Chairman Lee Jae-yong, LG Chairman Koo Kwang-mo and other heads of Korea's major companies joined President Yoon in a meeting with Busan businesspeople and officials and a stop by a traditional market to eat tteokbokki.
Is it spring already? Korea sees unusually warm weather this week.
Korea is experiencing unseasonably warm weather on Tuesday, with daytime temperatures exceeding 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit).
Lotte Shopping breaks ground on Ocado-powered robotic warehouse
Lotte Shopping broke ground on a robotic warehouse in Busan. The facility, which utilizes technology from Ocado, aims to deliver fresh produce to 2.3 million households.
Busan to test-run AI-powered traffic cameras
Motorcycles zooming by on pedestrian walkways at crossroads have become uncommon, especially since the popularity of food delivery apps and parcel delivery have surged.
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The presidential office on Wednesday thanked the Korean people, especially Busan residents, for their unrelenting support in the long campaign to host the 2030 World Expo, despite disappointing results.
Why the failed Expo bid could be blessing in disguise
There could have been some progress in the long-overdue pension, labor and education reforms and the low birth rate if the government had devoted all the resources to them, not the expo.