Gov't Stop Activists from Sending Propaganda Balloons
The government decided to prevent activists from flying propaganda leaflets across the border into North Korea. The government previously responded to increasingly vociferous complaints from the North by saying their campaign constitutes free speech. >> Full Text
Korea, U.S. Ministers to Decide on Troop Control Transfer
Defense Minister Han Min-koo leaves for Washington on Wednesday for the annual bilateral Security Consultative Meeting. The meeting is poised to make a final decision about the timing and terms for the postponement of the handover of full operational control of Korean troops to Seoul. >> Full Text

Coffee Imports to Set New High
Coffee imports are expected to hit a new high this year as well, as coffee chains keep growing. Ediya, which opened its first outlet near Chungang University in Seoul in 2001, now operates over 1,300 chains across the country as of this year. >> Full Text

Children enjoy autumnal scenery at Seoul Forest in the capital on Wednesday. /News 1

Dancers perform a traditional fan dance at Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul on Wednesday, the first day of late-night opening. /Newsis

Han Ji-hye poses at a press junket for her new TV series in Seoul on Wednesday. /Newsis

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