Foster AI as our mainstay industry
It is time to draw up an ambitious plan to establish a 10-year national AI strategy and invest 2 trillion won ($1.5 billion) in the sector.
Immigration policy needs a long-term approach
Korea must steer carefully so that the greater immigrant presence does not translate into conflict.
French ambassador visits Renault's Busan site
French Ambassador to Korea Philippe Bertoux visited Renault Korea Motors' site in Busan to discuss the upcoming launch of a hybrid SUV.
April election races take shape as rivals name candidates
The contours of the April 10 general election began to take shape with nominations by both the liberal Democratic Party (DP) and conservative People Power Party (PPP) complete in approximately 49 parliamentary constituencies as of Sunday morning.
Presidential office defends medical school quota hike
The impasse between doctors and the Yoon Suk Yeol administration deepened on Sunday as both sides dug their heels in over the government's plan to increase the medical school enrollment quota.
Many more Korea-Mongolia flights are on their way
Korea and Mongolia agreed to increase flights due to rising demand, allowing more destinations and larger aircraft on the routes.
Bye, Fu Princess
Visitors take photos of the giant panda Fu Bao at Everland, a theme park in Yongin, Gyeonggi, on Sunday.
'Climate Card' a hit
Passengers walk past ticket barriers at City Hall Station in central Seoul on Sunday, while a banner advertising the "Climate Card" unlimited public transportation pass is installed nearby.
Finance minister to attend G20 meeting in Brazil
Finance Minister Choi Sang-mok will leave for Brazil this week to attend a Group of 20 (G20) meeting of finance chiefs and central bankers to discuss global economic and financial issues, the Ministry of Economy and Finance said Sunday.
Watchdog blocks doctored video of Yoon as elections loom
Korea's media watchdog decided Friday to block a doctored video of President Yoon Suk Yeol admitting involvement in corruption. The video went viral with the April general elections approaching.