Young Koreans Are Happy to Go It Alone
Young Koreans are increasingly happy to eat, drink and go to the movies alone. Movie theater chain CJ CGV says 10.1 percent of all moviegoers last year watched films by themselves, and 37 percent of these solo moviegoers were in their 20s. >> Full Text

Gap Between Regular and Non-Regular Workers Getting Worse
The average monthly wages of regular workers increased W123,000 a month over the past year, but those of the growing army of non-regular workers rose only W44,000. >> Full Text
Household Debt Grows by Record W20 Trillion
Household debt grew by W20.6 trillion in the first quarter of this year, the biggest jump on record for a first quarter. The Bank of Korea on Thursday said household debt totaled W1,223.7 trillion as of the end of the first quarter, up 1.7 percent on-quarter. >> Full Text

Cadet nurses tidy graves at the National Cemetery in Daejeon on Friday.

Visitors pose in front of a sand sculpture at Haeundae Beach in Busan on Friday.

Hye-ri of Girls Days attends a preview of the film "The Handmaiden" in Seoul on Friday.

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