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The Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics are coming to an end, but residents of the region hope the tourists, and the prospect of peace with North Korea, won't leave with the Games.
Al Jazeera speaks to a North Korean refugee who sat alongside South Korea's president, Moon Jae-in, during the Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
In South Korea, families split between the two Koreas gather to remember relatives on the other side of the border and hope for the opportunity to reunite with loved ones.
The woman at the centre of the scandal that brought down former South Korean President Park Geun-Hye has been jailed for 20 years for corruption.
Trading and speculation in cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin and ethereum, are extremely popular in South Korea.
Some South Koreans think his release will be good for the economy, while others have criticised the court's decision.
In South Korea, courier companies employing only elderly workers have been expanding. They are able to offer lower delivery charges to their customers by taking advantage of free subway passes available to citizens over the age of 65. Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Seoul.
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If the South Korean wave has hit the Japanese entertainment industry, the Japanese wave has hit the South Korean dining scene. From neon hiragana signs and cozy ramen restaurants to backstreet izakaya taverns, Seoul's street scene signals South Koreans' increasing familiarity with Japanese cuisine.
"Not my family, friends - not even me - nobody thought I would end up working in Japan," says Yoon Hyejung, a South Korean graduate who made headlines in the domestic media for receiving an offer from a top Japanese company without having what South Koreans call "specs."
Immigrants and their descendants, along with outraged Danes, were not the only ones left reeling when Parliament suggested on February 9 that immigrants and their descendants could not be Danish.
The rising popularity of rugby in Japan is having spinoff effects for the nation's relationship with New Zealand as students increasingly choose to study in the rugby stronghold. After the Brave Blossoms' historic victory against South Africa in the 2015 Rugby World Cup in the U.K.
Thai students, with nicknames like Poo, Pee and Porn, are being asked to change their names for "smoother cultural integration" in New Zealand. It is a cultural norm for Thais to have nicknames, with many given by their parents or family members at birth.
Tokyo university attendees offer tips for making the most out of life here with the minimum of yen Special To The Japan Times Anyone who has ever been a university student probably remembers trying to scrape together the equivalent of a dollar or two for a bus fare or some instant noodles while ruing a heavy night on the town and the huge hole it left in their monthly budget.
Young people have their say on the "Brexit" referendum, in which a slim majority of British voters opted for the U.K. to leave the European Union.
Another year is coming to a close for Denmark's university students, but for many exchange and international students, it is not just the end of a semester, but the final chapter of their memorable time abroad. Few are likely to forget their time in the happiest nation in the world and Denmark has been attracting more international attention and curiosity in recent years.
This man learned 11 languages in three months," the Google ad proclaims. And it's true: with hyperpolyglots comes a lot of hyperbole. You click on the link and discover they were all related to two he already knew. And none of them were Korean!
Around 40 people participated in a Korean youth meetup at the Irish Rover in Copenhagen on Saturday. Ranging from Korean exchange students, workers and travellers to local Danes interested in the country, they shared their laughter, life stories and experiences in Denmark. "I received help from such gatherings when I first arrived here.
More than 70 years after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Akiko Burke is finally talking about it. The 87-year-old Japanese native was a teenager when she heard the earth-shattering boom after the US dropped nuclear weapons on her home country, killing about 140,000 people, 71 years ago tomorrow.
Chloe Kim's appeal is easy to understand. With a snowboard strapped to her feet, she can twirl and flip and generally send eyeballs rattling in sockets better than any teenage girl who ever has set foot on snow.
This small American city has four schools and five churches, an Arby's, a Taco Bell and a Burger King. The grocery store is offering a deal on Budweiser as the temperature soars, and out front there's a promotion for Ford Mustangs.
Kenji Fujimoto came prepared with a page of handwritten notes about North Korea's nuclear test the previous day. His conclusion: Kim Jong Un's top priority is to improve the economy, so he needed to advertise his country's technology to potential customers such as Iran. This kind of analysis is Fujimoto's stock-in-trade these days.
Pocky & Pretz Day in Japan. Pepero Day in Korea. November 11. Happy Pocky & Pepero Day everyone♥ Greetings from Tokyo #pocky #pepero #bothtastegood #1111 A photo posted by Min Jung Kim (@mjk.instag) on South Korea and Japan fight over a group of guano-covered rocky islets in the sea between them.
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도쿄에 살고 있는 트래비스트 김민정씨. 그녀가 뜨겁고 습한 도쿄의 여름을 탈출해 잠시 에노시마에 다녀왔다. 불과 1시간 거리에 '서핑'이 있었다.
지금 파리에는 천 가지 넘는 꽃이 흐드러지게 피었다. 마음이 차분해지는 잔잔한 호숫가와 고성을 거닐다 보면 저 멀리 에펠탑이 보인다. 여유롭고 아늑한 공간을 찾는 파리지엥들의 휴식처, 뱅센(Vincennes)의 모습이다. 어느 따스한 봄날, 나도 그들을 따라 걸었다.
무너진 건물들, 싸늘한 거리. 예전과 같지 않다 생각해 크라이스트처치를 그냥 지나친다면 모험가로서 큰 손해다. 재난의 아픔을 서로가 보듬으며 만져 주고 있는 크라이스트처치는 이 세상 그 어느 곳에서도 찾아 볼 수 없는 색다른 도시다.
Japan's population is rapidly aging, giving a boost to the business of dying. Post Tokyo bureau chief Anna Fifield tries out one of the coffins for sale at a recent expo devoted to end-of-life planning. ( ) Try before you buy, or die: Coffin shopping in Japan
TOKYO - Japan is renowned for its unusual flavor combinations. Take the purple sweet potato Kit Kat as Exhibit A and the curry donut as Exhibit B. Now Calbee, the Japanese snack maker, has joined forces with game company Namco to produce a new flavor sensation: the cola chip.