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  • 1 Emergency in Seoul: North Korean Flyers Spark Military Response Propaganda leaflets from North Korea have been found in various locations. On the night of the 28th, an emergency disaster alert was sent to some residents in the Gyeonggi and Seoul areas. The alert advised residents to refrain from outdoor activities and to report to the military if they identify any unknown objects suspected to […]
  • 2 North Carolina Man Shares $100K Lottery Win with Friend - Here's Why A man who won $100,000 in the lottery has made headlines for keeping a past promise by sharing half ...
  • 3 Japan Rejects China's Industrial Network Proposal Amidst Trilateral Talks During the negotiation process for the joint declaration of the Korea-Japan-China Summit held in Seoul on the 27th, it was reported that China strongly demanded the inclusion of ‘industrial network’ cooperation in addition to the supply chain, but was rejected. The Yomiuri Shimbun reported on the 29th, citing multiple diplomatic sources, that Japan turned down […]
  • 4 Crisis in Gaza: 21 Dead as Israeli Airstrikes Hit Refugee Camp According to reports by AFP and Haaretz Daily, the Israeli military launched an airstrike on Rafah, the southernmost part of the densely populated Palestinian refugee area in the Gaza Strip on the 28th, killing 21 people. Although the Israeli military denied the airstrike, tensions continued to escalate. Meanwhile, the United States continues to show its […]
  • 5 Israel Intensifies Urban Combat in Gaza and Strengthens Measures to to Take Down Hamas Israel has signaled its determination to root out Hamas by intensifying urban warfare after deploying tanks in the center of Rafah, Gaza Strip in Palestine. Daniel Hagari, the head spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), stated in a press briefing on the 28th (local time), “Hamas members are still active in Rafah, posing a […]
  • 6 UAE President Pledges $30 Billion Investment in South Korea UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan met with South Korea's business leaders during the ...
  • 7 Elon Musk's Latest AI Project Attracts $6 Billion, Signaling Major Industry Shift Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup xAI recently secured an investment of $6 billion from investors ...
  • 8 Emergency Alerts Issued in Seoul Amid North Korean Flyer Scare On the evening of the 28th, emergency disaster text messages were sent to some residents in parts of Gyeonggi and Seoul. The messages warned, “Identification of unidentified objects suspected to be North Korean propaganda leaflets. Please refrain from outdoor activities and report to the military if identified.” Emergency disaster text messages are sent when a […]
  • 9 Colombia's Search for $20 Billion in Sunken Spanish Gold The San Jose, a Spanish treasure ship that sank in the Caribbean Sea with over 200 tons of gold and ...
  • 10 House of 'Home Alone' Hits the Market: Live Like Kevin for $5.25 Million! The iconic Home Alone mansion in Chicago has recently been listed for sale, creating quite a stir in ...
  • 11 North Korea's Kim Encourages Scientists Post-Failure: 'Do Not Be Dismayed' North Korean Chairman Kim Jong Un visited the Academy of National Defense Science on its 60th anniv ...
  • 12 Calls for Military Reform Intensify After Soldier's Death Chief of Staff of the Republic of Korea Army Park An Su recently paid a visit to the funeral of a trainee who died during a military discipline drill, colloquially known as pack drill, at an army unit of the 12th Division. On the afternoon of the 28th, Park spent about an hour and twenty […]
  • 13 Three European Countries Recognize Palestine Statehood Reuters reported that Spain, Ireland, and Norway have officially recognized Palestine as a state starting from the 28th (local time). During a TV speech before an official cabinet meeting to officially approve the measure, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said, “The recognition of a Palestinian state is a historic decision with one goal in mind […]
  • 14 Behind Closed Doors: How Israel Allegedly Manipulated International Justice Reports have emerged that the former director of Israel’s foreign intelligence service, Mossad, threatened an International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor who was investigating allegations of Israeli war crimes in Palestine. The Guardian reported on the 28th (local time), citing informed sources, that former Mossad director Yossi Cohen, who led the agency from 2016 to 2021, […]
  • 15 Fruit Fury: Koreans Outraged Over Cheap U.S. Apple Prices In Korea, apples are so expensive that they are called “golden apples.” While in the U.S., they are being sold for less than $2, sparking outrage among Korean consumers. Recently, a post titled “Current State of Apples that Used to Cost $7.32 Each” appeared on an online community, along with a picture presumed to be […]
  • 16 China Chooses iPhone: Apple's Smart Strategy Leads to a 52% Sales Increase iPhone, Apple's flagship product, saw a 52% increase in shipments in China last month, bouncing back ...
  • 17 Chinese Influencer Accuses Korea of Cultural Theft Recently, Chinese broadcaster Zhang Yuan, who faced severe criticism for claiming that Korea stole Chinese culture, has come forward to clarify his statements. On the 27th, Zhang Yuan posted a short video on Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok. In the video, he explained, “I just arrived in Korea and was shocked to find that […]
  • 18 Drama Off-Screen: KBS Bans Appearances of Convicted Squid Game Actor O Yeong Su KBS has banned actor O Yeong Su from appearing on its programs after he was convicted on charges of sexual assault. The broadcaster is also considering a similar ban for singer Kim Ho Joong, who was recently arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and hit-and-run. On the 28th, KBS announced, “The Broadcasting Appearance Regulation Committee […]
  • 19 Dark Side of Eyelash Extensions Revealed: 10 Hidden Dangers You MUST Know! The scope of eyelash beauty is expanding. While in the past, the focus was simply on mascara an ...
  • 20 BABYMONSTER Breaks Records on Spotify YG’s BABYMONSTER achieved their second 100 million streams on Spotify, the world’s largest music platform. According to YG Entertainment on May 28, BABYMONSTER’s “SHEESH” surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify. This is a significant achievement as it’s only been two months since its release on April 1st, moving up much faster than their pre-debut song […]
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