Visitors to the agro-fishery market in Ojeong-dong in Daejeon shop for fresh food on Thursday to prepare for the Lunar New Year holiday next week.
Korean health authorities continue to grapple with more church-related Covid-19 clusters across the country, which threaten to undo recent successes in curbing the virus’s third wave in the country.
At least 127 Covid-19 patients have been traced to a Christian missionary school in Daejeon, health officials announced Monday, once again raising alarms on church-related clusters as the nation’s daily coronavirus cases continue to hover around 400.
A lawmaker is in hot water for flouting Covid-19 social distancing rules by attending a dinner in a room with five other people — two of whom later tested positive for the virus.
When Lee Jin-sook was elected president of Chungnam National University (CNU) in Daejeon early this year, dozens of local media outlets shed light on one thing she hadn’t thought of as an accomplishment — being a woman.
Prosecutors raided the Energy Ministry and Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP) to see whether they falsified data to justify the early closing of the country’s second-oldest nuclear reactor.
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.
Korea’s biggest art events are taking shelter online after vowing to tough out the Covid-19 pandemic earlier this year, yielding to the sudden outbreak of infections in the greater Seoul area which have called for the toughest measures...
Owners of coin noraebang, or booth-type singing rooms, in Daejeon stage a protest at the Daejeon Metropolitan City Hall on Thursday.
Six lawmakers from the ruling Democratic Party (DP) started self-isolation on Monday after coming into contact with an infected person at a party event in Daejeon last week.