Workers on Thursday repair the Jamsu Bridge, which has been submerged under a flooded Han River since Aug. 2, to reopen the passage under Banpo Bridge in Seoul.
Many public libraries, museums and art galleries in Korea reopened their doors to the public on Wednesday amid signs of a slowdown in Covid-19 infections. The National Museum of Korea (NMK), the National Library of Korea and other cultural venues...
Workers from the Cultural Heritage Administration clean the courtyard of Gyeongbok Palace in central Seoul on Tuesday, as ancient palaces are set to reopen Wednesday, 55 days after closing amid a surge in Covid-19 cases.
Schools reopened for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday, starting with classes for high school seniors who were filled with both trepidation and excitement to finally be back with their peers after over two and a half months.
On May 6, a day after Korea’s Children’s Day, state-run art facilities opened their doors for the first time in two months after the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism shut down national museums, theaters and libraries.
Museums and libraries reopened Wednesday for the first time in over two months as the central government declared an end to its social distancing guidelines. Korea reported only two new infections of the coronavirus Tuesday.
The Korea JoongAng Daily visited the Apple store in the posh neighborhood of Garosugil, the first retail store of the iPhone maker to reopen outside of mainland China during the coronavirus pandemic.