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Taking S. Korea's grueling exam in COVID times
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Hyundai Motor makes major push into electric
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K-pop law allows BTS stars to delay military duty
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Sexual abuse ring leader sentenced to 40 years
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BTS snags K-pop's first ever Grammy nomination
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Being overworked to death in South Korea
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South Korea’s hikers make ‘junk art’ from trash
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South Korea: Warnings of third wave as COVID-19 cases rise
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BTS 'Can't Wait to Meet UK Fans Again' After Cancelling Show
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COVID-19 cases in S Korea exceed 300 for first time since August
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Why South Korean women are becoming morticians
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Twitter rolls out new feature 'Fleets'
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South Korea warns of new COVID-19 crisis
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Asia forms world's biggest trade bloc, without US
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Trot is hot: It's not just K-pop in South Korea
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Biden seeks to reassure U.S. allies in Asia
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South Korea showcases drone taxi
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Gaming industry growth: South Korea top market amid rising demand
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K-pop stars, a panda, and anger in China
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