Daily briefing on Fukushima radioactive water discharge

Park Ku-yeon (2nd from R), deputy head of the office for government policy coordination, gives a daily briefing on developments involving Japan's radioactive water discharge from crippled nuclear r

Beer party for foreign visitors

Tourists from foreign countries enjoy beer and "dakgangjeong," or sweet, crispy Korean fried chicken, in Incheon, west of Seoul, on June 15, 2023, as the Incheon municipal government and the Korea

KOICA builds blood center in Tanzania

This photo, provided by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), shows South Korean Ambassador to Tanzania Kim Sun-pyo (L) delivering a speech during a dedication ceremony for the Centra

Seoul book fair

BTS stamps

Foreign tourists pose for a commemorative photo after purchasing stamps marking the 10th anniversary of global K-pop sensation BTS' debut at a post office in Seoul on June 13, 2023. (Yonhap)

Stamps marking BTS' 10th debut anniversary

A model shows stamps marking the 10th debut anniversary of global K-pop sensation BTS at a post office in Seoul, on June 12, 2023. The stamps are available at post offices the following day.

First weekend in post-pandemic era

The bustling shopping district of Myeongdong in central Seoul is crowded with visitors on June 4, 2023, as the South Korean government lowered the COVID-19 risk level and removed almost all anti-CO

Watching a parade

Watching a parade

Watching a parade

Watching a parade

Makeshift COVID-19 testing centers stop operations

Workers remove a temporary COVID-19 testing station in Seoul on June 1, 2023, as such facilities nationwide were closed with the level of the national crisis for the new coronavirus downgraded from