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  • Tax revenue down W6.2tr in October
  • New infections above 7,000 for 2nd day; critical patients hit all-time high
  • [Graphic News] 1 in 6 <b>S</b>. Korean women quit jobs after marriage
  • 'Squid Game' wins special award from American Film Institute
  • US missile defense in <b>S</b>. Korea under constant review, upgrade: Pentagon press secretary
  • Seoul stocks open higher on auto, chemical gains
  • Strong alliances place US in better position to compete with China: NSA Sullivan
  • 5 companies to recall over 4,200 vehicles over faulty parts
  • [J. Bradford DeLong] The great labor market shake-up
  • [Lee Kyong-hee] How to rekindle inter-Korean exchanges
  • <b>S</b>. Korea, Hungary FMs discuss strengthening ties in phone talks
  • Amid omicron fears, <b>S</b>. Korea expands entry ban to 2 additional African countries
  • [Herald Interview] As pandemic takes grim turn, drug minister says Korea to be better armed against COVID-19
  • KLES extends overseas outreach with specialty in labor and employment
  • KLES to step up support for firms operating in overseas countries, help them improve ESG performance
  • [Newsmaker]Peter Chung Soon-taick becomes new Catholic archbishop of Seoul
  • Posco International sets up holding company in Singapore to expand palm oil business
  • <b>S</b>. Korea'<b>s</b> top diplomat to attend G-7 ministerial talks in Britain this weekend
  • BTS secures three prizes at People'<b>s</b> Choice Awards
  • [Newsmaker] SK chief says sustainability, not size, priority in chip investment
  • Seoul stocks gain for 6th session on eased virus woes
  • Ruling party mulls changing timing, scope of teenage vaccine pass
  • Cheong Wa Dae says Beijing Olympic boycott not under consideration for now
  • Lee welcomes opposition'<b>s</b> proposal to allocate W100tr to virus-hit small businesses
  • Advisers to rival presidential candidates clash over NK policy
  • Home prices stabilize in some Seoul districts: minister
  • Lunch will be free for all Seoul kindergartners from March
  • Korea crashes headlong into worst crisis yet in pandemic
  • [Herald Interview] SBA to guide digital transformation of small businesses
  • Jungheung Construction to sign deal to buy Daewoo E&C this week
  • Hyundai Motor likely to post record-high profit this year: analysts
  • Samsung ranks 4th on global digital inclusion index
  • Seoul'<b>s</b> average apartment price jumps twofold under Moon govt.: civic group
  • Politics or misguided conviction? Is Moon obsessed with ending the Korean War?
  • Justin Bieber to perform at Hybe’<b>s</b> joint year-end hybrid concert
  • <b>S</b>. Korea establishes new national cemetery on Jeju
  • [Reader'<b>s</b> Voice] Feeling alive with BTS: an ARMY’<b>s</b> review of PTD On Stage
  • SK Gas invests in US hydrogen startup in push for clean energy transition
  • 8 aluminum alloy makers fined W21b for price fixing
  • Banks' household loans grow at slower pace in November amid tight lending rules
  • Nearly 1 in 3 households in <b>S</b>. Korea consists of one person last year
  • A 77-year-old rescued after being locked up in bathroom for 15 days
  • Civic groups file petition with rights commission against teen vaccine pass
  • Moon vows to support creation of mutually beneficial local jobs
  • Hyundai Doosan Infracore wins preorders for 100 excavators from N. America
  • 2022 economic policy centers on support for merchants, economic recovery: minister
  • Lee pledges to increase budget for startups to W10tr
  • Peter Chung Soon-taick to take over as new archbishop of Seoul
  • Military reports 31 more COVID-19 cases
  • <b>S</b>. Korea seeks Russia'<b>s</b> cooperation on stable supply of urea and grain amid export quota
  • Seoul reports new record high of 2,901 daily COVID-19 cases
  • <b>S</b>. Korea on course to log warmest year in 2021: weather agency
  • Yoon leads Lee by 8.2 percentage points in presidential race: survey
  • [영어답게 표현하기] 일상대화를 더 세련되게 만들 수 있는 표현들 (8)
  • [Graphic News] Tel Aviv ranked world’<b>s</b> priciest city for first time
  • New cases, critical patients set new records as infections soar
  • Seoul stocks open higher on US gains
  • Housing prices have markedly stabilized: finance minister
  • M&As by large companies jump this year
  • <b>S</b>. Korea'<b>s</b> daily COVID-19 cases surpass 7,000 for 1st time: PM