South Koreans boycott Japan beer in brewing trade row
22 July 2019 | 6:00 am
South Korean citizens boycott Japanese products. Some market owners refuse to sell Japanese products such as beer and cigarettes, and citizens protest against the Japanese government and their restrictions.
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Five Siberian tiger cubs, born on 27th June this year at a South Korean zoo, were shown to the public for the first time on Thursday. The Siberian tigers (also known as 'Korean tigers' in South Korea) are listed as endangered species and protected by the government. A zookeeper at Everland theme park in Yongin says it's 'rare' for five tiger cubs to be born at once. The cubs' names -- 'Areum', 'Daun', 'Oori', 'Nara', 'Gangsan' (which means 'Our country's beautiful landscape' when read together) were selected by an online vote.
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