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  • UAE PM honors Zayed Sustainability Prize winners
  • Mongolia rolls out fourth COVID vaccine shot to combat omicron surge
  • Omicron dominant in South Korea
  • Korea sees huge drop in employment in manufacturing industry
  • Kospi hits 13-month low on US rate hike worries
  • K-content industry sets another export record in 2020 at  $11.92 billion
  • Seoul stocks tumbles to 13-month low ahead of Fed meeting
  • COVID pass will not be required from people who have been hospitalized with vaccine side-effects
  • Prices growth in groceries, car fuel hits 10-year high
  • Hanwha Q Cells CEO to lead renewable energy association
  • Korea’<b>s</b> beer imports drop to all-time low
  • GS E&C becomes first to export green hydrogen plant modules
  • Yoon vows for stronger national defense, key to peace on Korean Peninsula
  • BOK says mock issuance, distribution of digital currency successful
  • LG to unveil life-size Omnipod, self-driving concept car
  • PM implores people to refrain from traveling during Lunar New Year over omicron
  • [Election 101] Campaign merger? What it is and why it matters
  • Professor slams Japanese Embassy’<b>s</b> refusal to Moon’<b>s</b> gift over Dokdo
  • Lee Jae-myung vows quicker commute for Gyeonggi residents
  • KOCCA to present immersive music show featuring rappers from ‘Show Me the Money 10’
  • Moon calls for swift shift to new response measures to cope with omicron
  • Moon not to hold New Year'<b>s</b> press conference in order to focus on handling omicron
  • WINNER'<b>s</b> Lee Seung-hoon tests positive for coronavirus
  • 7 Lee confidants pledge not to take any appointed post
  • <b>S</b>. Korea says it'<b>s</b> closely monitoring N. Korea'<b>s</b> nuclear, missile activities
  • Jeju Air to adopt cargo plane for 1st time among budget airlines
  • Lee pledges 'transportation revolution' for Gyeonggi residents
  • Biz hour curbs cause largest drop in in-person spending among all measures: BOK report
  • Listed firms' rights issues nearly double in 2021
  • Public firms to hire over 26,000 new regular workers this year: govt.
  • <b>S</b>. Korean romance TV series gain popularity on Netflix
  • Military to bolster coronavirus testing capacity amid omicron fears
  • New COVID-19 cases above 7,000 for 3rd day amid persistent omicron fears
  • Yoon leads Lee 42% to 36.8%: poll
  • [Graphic News] FDI in free economic zones up 43% in 2021: data
  • Number of discouraged workers hits new high in 2021
  • Seoul stocks open lower ahead of Fed meeting
  • Firefighters battling fire at fiber factory in Ulsan
  • Paik Nam-june’<b>s</b> ‘The More, The Better’ operates for six-month test run
  • [Lee In-hyun] A symphony for the New Year from the New World
  • [Frantisek Vrabel] How Facebook became the opium of the masses
  • N. Korea criticizes Japan'<b>s</b> move to revise security documents
  • Joseon queens lived 51 years on average: study
  • Ancient Egyptian temple to be restored by <b>S</b>. Korea
  • 9 out of 10 Korean firms ‘not ready’ for supply chain risks
  • Grief of warfare sublimated with music and dance in ‘After War’
  • Minor opposition candidates level criticism at Lee, Yoon
  • [Newsmaker] Korea Exchange to decide fate of scandal-ridden Osstem Implant
  • 2021 was 2nd hottest year on record: KMA
  • Can Yoon Suk-yeol win on his own?
  • Air traffic up 11% last year but still below pre-pandemic level: data
  • Exports in free trade zones hit all-time high last year: data
  • Denied Olympic chance, short tracker cries foul over lack of transparency
  • Iran pays delinquent UN membership fee with funds frozen in <b>S</b>. Korea
  • New COVID-19 cases spike to second-largest figure amid omicron woes
  • Beijing-bound figure skater Kim Ye-lim wins bronze in final event before Olympics
  • Port city Tongyeong to commence inaugural triennale in March
  • [Temple to Table] Food of compassion, seoritae biji-jjigae
  • Daily cases bounce to over 7,000 for 1st time in month amid omicron woes
  • Thousands of aggrieved monks stage protest against government’<b>s</b> perceived religious bias