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9 Feb
South Koreans expressed frustration on Wednesday (February 9) after seeing their traditional costume used in last week's Olympic opening ceremony in Beijing, but the Chinese Embassy in South Korea defended the use. A woman wearing what appeared to be a Korean hanbok dress was among those representing China's different ethnic groups during the ceremony. Some South Koreans have complained about recent Chinese assertions that various aspects of Korean culture are of Chinese origin.
22 Sep 2020
Seoul's annual circus festival goes ahead with drive in audiences amid the coronavirus pandemic. Clowns juggled and acrobats launched themselves through the air above a stage in an open field as onlookers clap their hands. A maximum of 30 cars with three people in each vehicle were permitted at the free event which also streamed to viewers online.
15 Apr 2020
As the world avoids large gatherings over coronavirus, South Koreans are stepping out to fulfil their civic duty. Armed with hand sanitizer, disposable gloves and masks, millions turned out to vote in national elections.
16 Oct 2019
Nigeria deports, permanently ban 27 South Koreans
20 Jun 2017
South Korea's President Moon Jae-in says North Korea should swiftly return South Koreans and Americans detained in the reclusive nation.
9 May 2017
South Koreans begin voting to elect a new leader, looking to move on from a corruption scandal that brought down former President Park Geun-hye and shook the political and business elite to the core.

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