Seoul [South Korea], August 4 (ANI/Global Economic): Korean government will import 200 million eggs by next month to stabilise egg prices. It is planning to increase direct sales of imported eggs to customers by supplying more than half to large supermarkets.
Learning new languages is never a waste of time, and it shouldn’t be limited to whether it caters to the interest of understanding a certain kind of entertainment better. New language, new culture, regardless of whatever purpose it serves, is always exciting to learn afresh. Being an average Indian youth, it is known that we […]
Seoul [South Korea], June 24 (ANI/Global Economic): The number of adult Koreans who owned net worth more than $1 million (1.13 billion won) was 1.05 million last year. It is estimated that they accounted for about 2% of the world's millionaires.
Korean dramas are weirdly wonderful. As K-pop, Korean films like Parasite as well as Minari, and Korean television shows sweep the globe by storm, the South Korean entertainment sector is progressively rising to global supremacy. Korean drama, or K-drama, refers to practically any fictitious South Korean television series, regardless of theme or genre. This includes […]
If nothing else, we do hope you pick up the double-cleansing hack. Many celebrities and influencers swear by it, and for a good reason. There are, of course, more routines available online, but these particular routines have a varying number of steps and can serve as a good reference. Now go get that dewy, glowing skin!
New Delhi [India], June 16 (ANI): Indians vaccinated with double doses of the Covishield vaccine will be able to enter South Korea freely as South Korea is going to withdraw the mandatory two-week quarantine guidelines from July 1. However, those inoculated with Covaxin will have to remain in quarantine for two weeks.
Seoul [South Korea], May 31 (ANI/Sputnik): The US' termination of a guideline that limits the range of South Korean missiles to 800 kilometers (450 miles) demonstrates Washington's hostile policy toward Pyongyang and aims at triggering an arms race on the Korean Peninsula, North Korea's international affairs critic, Kim Myong Chol was quoted as saying by the state media.