This week in Korea: 5 articles to help you stay in the loop (Pt. 2)

I’m doing another round of 5 articles that will help you stay up-to-date with current news in Korea. In case you’ve missed it, I started the first post of this series a few weeks back in hopes of informing myself and everyone else of what’s happening in Korea. 

Speculations of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-m running for South Korea’s presidential election rises… 40% of public approves already! – read here.

Seoul plans on pushing back school hours in hopes of helping sleep-deprived students… Opinions divide on this progressive proposal. – read here.

Fingers point towards Seoul Sky Hospital as autopsy further suggests that the death of legendary Korean rocker, Shin Hae-chul, was due to a surgery he had there previously. – read here.

S. Korean president Park to meet with Obama along with other world powers this November – read here.

Retired figure skating princess, Yu-na Kim, becomes an honorary ambassador for the 2018 Winter Olympics to be held in Korea. She hopes to help with the organizing committee to make the most ideal environment for athletes. – read here.

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