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  • British Royal Guards in Seoul

    British Royal Guards in Seoul

    Two British Royal Guards and British Airways flight attendants pose for a photo while two girls take a selfie in front of Seoul's Gwanghwamun, the main gate of Gyeongbok Palace on May 28, 2015, during a phototaking event held by British Airways and the British Embassy in Seoul. The guards are visiting on the occasion of the Queen's official birthday, held on June 13 this year. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-29 11:34:57 KST
  • Harvesting bitter melon in S. Korea

    Harvesting bitter melon in S. Korea

    Two farmers harvest bitter melons, called "yeoju" in Korean, at a farm in Hamyang, southeastern South Korea, on May 27, 2015, in this photo released by the Hamyang municipality. The fruit, which looks like a warty and ridged cucumber, is purported to have many health benefits, including treating high blood pressure and reducing cholesterol collected in blood vessels. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-28 15:14:45 KST
  • Park attends exhibition on renowned cartoonist

    Park attends exhibition on renowned cartoonist

    President Park Geun-hye (R), accompanied by renowned cartoonist Hur Young-man, views a cartoon during a visit to an exhibition on Hur and his works in Seoul on May 27, 2015. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-28 09:01:49 KST
  • Buddhists celebrate Buddha's birthday in S. Korea

    Buddhists celebrate Buddha's birthday in S. Korea

    Buddhists pour water over a statue of the child Buddha during a ceremony at Jogye Temple in Seoul on May 25, 2015 to celebrate the birth of the faith's founder. Buddhists hold the rite of bathing Buddha, known as "gwanbul" in Korean, to figuratively cleanse their minds and bodies as well as to show respect to Buddha. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-26 10:49:43 KST
  • Dance genius recreates legendary dancer's works

    Dance genius recreates legendary dancer's works

    South Korea's new dance star Seok Ye-bin performs during a rehearsal at a university in Seoul on May 25, 2015, to recreate the works of legendary dancer Choi Seung-hee (1911-1967), who blazed the trail for Korea's modern dance during Japan's colonial rule of the Korean Peninsula. Billed as "the second Choi Seung-hee," the 19-year-old Seok is aiming to continue Choi's dancing style and legacies. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-26 10:44:56 KST
  • Charity bazaar for Nepal

    Charity bazaar for Nepal

    Nepalese people browse through a pile of clothes at a bazaar at a stadium in Seoul on May 22, 2015. The bazaar, organized by the Korean Red Cross and Hyundai Department Store to raise funds for child victims of the recent Nepal earthquake, sells various products, such as clothes and home supplies, at a maximum 70 percent discount. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-22 17:43:39 KST
  • Making of sand sculptures on S. Korean beach

    Making of sand sculptures on S. Korean beach

    Sculptors make sand sculptures on Haeundae Beach in the southeastern city of Busan on May 22, 2015. The sculptures featuring scenes from famous fairy tales such as Pinocchio, Peter Pan and the Wizard of Oz will be in display during a four-day festival from May 29. Ten sand sculptors from five countries -- South Korea, Canada, Italy, the Netherlands and the United States -- took part in the making of the sculptures. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-22 17:40:39 KST
  • S. Korea's military chief visits firing range near border

    S. Korea's military chief visits firing range near border

    Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Choi Yun-hee rides a K-9 self-propelled howitzer during an artillery firing drill at a firing range in Yeoncheon near the inter-Korean border on May 20, 2015. Under the drill, which simulated a North Korean Army artillery attack on a South Korean Army unit near the military demarcation line, South Korean soldiers operated K-9 self-propelled howitzers to bombard the origin of the provocation in the North. The drill is part of the South Korean Army's efforts to enhance the artillerymen's combat preparedness against possible North Korean attacks. (Yonhap)
    2015-05-21 09:40:45 KST
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