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Bosses at the World Metropolis Center in Dalian say they introduced the tailored spaces - which are 11 inches wider than regular ones - to make life easier for female shoppers.
While several major cities around the world are fighting the arrival of Uber as an alternative to traditional taxi companies, the government of Seoul, South Korea , has decided to fight fire with fight by officially banning the service offering its own software alternative.
South Korea and Japan will hold talks about the militaristic Japan's sexual enslavement of Korean women next week, Seoul's Foreign Ministry said Friday.
North Korea on Friday threatened to pull out of September's Asian Games in South Korea, blaming Seoul for the breakdown of talks on Pyongyang's participation.
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Shinsegae Group, South Korea's largest retailer, is planning to expand in the country's crowded convenience store sector, aiming to open 1,000 With Me outlets by the end of this year.
Visitors to the Asian Olympiad in September should make time to discover the delights in and around the host city Incheon, South Korea's third most populous city after Seoul and Busan, is all set to host this year's edition of the Asian Games and the organisers are understandably keen to show off what their city has to offer visitors to this ... (more)
Seoul Metro promotes `stamp tour` through August . JULY 15, 2014 05:06. . Seoul Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corp. said Monday they will promote through August a "stamp tour," an event to deliver souvenirs to people touring Seoul.
Mail-order marriages have boomed in South Korea in the past 15 years, prompting the country to more forcefully regulate the process - including funding several bride schools in Vietnam in which women are introduced to the Korean language and customs before getting their visas.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:10 am
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