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Block 4 – News Listing 4

College Entrance Exam in South Korea

At this time, 650,000 students in Korea are experiencing one of the most important periods in their lives—preparing for the college entrance examination. This period is not only special for

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Environmental Friendly Olympic Games

The glimmering lights, the dances, the cheering of the crazy fans and the showcasing of extraordinary set of skills is not the only side of the Olympics. Behind all this

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IOC – International Olympics Committee

You must be wondering who is responsible for organizing the most wanted and loved sport festival, the Olympics. Indeed, managing a 16-day event and facilitating the participants from 200 nations

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Education in South Korea

The school year in Korea is divided into two semesters. The first begins in the beginning of March and ends in mid-July; the second begins in late August and ends

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Literature in South Korea 2

Compared with the literature popular in the earlier times, the literature of the first stages of the Joseon Dynasty is distinctive. As we all know, King Sejong invented Hunminjeongeum in

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South Korea’s Literature

The literature of South Korea can be divided into two parts: written literature and oral literature. The written literature can be divided into more parts like Lidu literature (which was

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Lotte World

  Lotte World is a theme park located in downtown Seoul. It was opened on July 12, 1989, and has been the most popular theme park in Korea since then.

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Fishing in South Korea

South Korea is surrounded by water and has many water resources such as lakes, seas, beaches, ponds and rivers, so its most famous cuisine is actually based on seafood, including

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The South Korean Flag

The flag which symbolizes South Korea in this world is also known as Taegukgi, which is another name for the national flag of the Republic of Korea. This flag is

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After Rio, Olympics headed for Asian venues seen as safe

AP – For the Olympics, it’s so-long Rio, hello Asia. The next three Olympics are headed for relatively calmer ports of call in South Korea, Japan and China following the

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