By Nam Hyun-woo Most neighborhood clinics remained open Monday despite a one-day strike by doctors, causing no major disruption to medical services. About 30 percent of owner-doctors joined the action called by the Korean Medical Association ... Korea Times, 1 day ago
What's behind doctors' strike? - Korea Times, 1 week ago
Doctors decide on details on shutdowns of clinics - Korea Times, 1 week ago
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By Nam Hyun-woo The National Human Rights Commission of Korea was found to have dismissed last month a petition filed by the residents of Miryang, South Gyeongsang Province concerned with a dispute over the erection of pylons by Korea Electric ...Korea Times, 1 week ago Taiwan comedian on anti-Korean crusade Korea Times, 2 weeks ago Koreans join campaign to preserve girl statue Korea Times, 2 months ago
Japan staging cold-hearted waiting game for old victims to pass away By Nam Hyun-woo, Yoon Sung-won World War II sex slaves Kim Bok-dong and Gil Won-oak sat stoically in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, braving wind and cold in ...Korea Times, 6 days ago Probe resumes on Japanese band for defaming sex slaves Korea Times, 3 weeks ago Ex-sex slaves condemn Abe on 22nd anniversary Korea Times, 2 months ago
By Nam Hyun-woo Hwang Woo-suk The Supreme Court Thursday upheld a suspended jail term of one year and six months for two years issued to stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk after he was convicted on charges of embezzlement and violation of the ...Korea Times, 1 week ago
By Nam Hyun-woo, Yoon Sung-won For days, the nation has been under a thick blanket of fine dust with people serving as one big vacuum cleaner. Ironically, the latter statement was made by a resident in China ―a likely source of the dust pollution ...Korea Times, 1 week ago
By Nam Hyun-woo With avian influenza spreading to more regions across the country, concerns are growing about the risk of the virus infecting people. The government said Tuesday that the possibility of the H5N8 strain of bird flu infecting a ...Korea Times, 1 month ago Bird flu cases spike during Seollal holiday Korea Times, 1 month ago Rise in suspected bird flu cases stokes worries Korea Times, 1 month ago Bird flu virus found in wild geese Korea Times, 1 month ago
By Nam Hyun-woo Suspicions are growing that the National Intelligence Service (NIS) falsified evidence to frame a North Korean defector as a spy. The evidence in question covers the travel records of Yoo Woo-sung, currently standing trial on ...Korea Times, 2 weeks ago
By Nam Hyun-woo Welfare facilities for the disabled will be stripped of their licenses if they are caught violating their human rights, the Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) said Wednesday. The Seoul Human Rights Center for the Disabled (Tel: ...Korea Times, 3 weeks ago
By Nam Hyun-woo More than 500,000 drivers were slapped with speeding tickets last year after being photographed breaking the law by 413 speed cameras in hot spots around Seoul, police data showed Monday. According to the Seoul Metropolitan Police ...Korea Times, 4 weeks ago
By Nam Hyun-woo An appeals court ruled Friday that 153 workers laid off by Ssangyong Motor in 2009 as part of company restructuring should be rehired. The court also ordered the car firm to pay 1 million won to each of the former employees, as ...Korea Times, 1 month ago
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