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Popular spring blossom festivals canceled in South Korea
South Korea’s streets and villages famous for spring blossom festivals have been blocked or shut down for the coming weeks as part of a nationwide social distancing campaign in the midst of the protracted novel coronavirus outbreak.
Mask rationing system kicks off in South Korea
South Korea on Monday launched a mask rationing system aimed at stabilizing supply amid the coronavirus outbreak, but confusion was reported in some areas as consumers adjusted to the new system.
South Korea to suspend visas for Japanese in tit-for-tat move
South Korea says it would suspend visas and visa waivers for Japan in response to Tokyo's own travel restrictions on Koreans, as fears over the spreading coronavirus rekindled a feud between the neighbors dating back to before World War Two.
South Korea declares new 'special care zone' as coronavirus spreads
South Korea declared a “special care zone” on Thursday around a second city hit hard by the coronavirus and the US military confirmed two new cases among relatives of its troops in the country, which is battling the biggest epidemic outside China.
South Korea proposes 11.7 trillion-won extra budget
South Korea on Wednesday proposed an extra budget of nearly 12 trillion won to help better deal with the new coronavirus and minimize economic fallout from its outbreak here.
South Korea exports rise more than expected on chip sales
South Korea’s exports rose for the first time in more than a year on semiconductor sales, an increase that may be short-lived as the coronavirus outbreak takes its toll on world trade.
Hardest-hit China, South Korea count 767 new coronavirus cases
China reported 433 new cases along with 29 additional deaths. Thursday’s updates bring mainland China’s totals to 78,497 cases, and 2,744 deaths.
US-South Korea military drills postponed as coronavirus spreads faster outside China
The United States and South Korea postponed joint military drills on Thursday to limit the spread of coronavirus, as the number of infections outside China, the source of the outbreak, for the first time surpassed those appearing in the country.
South Korea braces for economic pain as virus cases soar
South Korea warned its fragile economic recovery is under threat from the coronavirus that has spread dramatically across the country over the past week, and pledged action to minimize the fallout. The country’s currency and the main stock index plunged.
Coronavirus faces South Korea with dire situation
The already exceptionally-high number of those affected with coronavirus in South Korea has doubled in just one day, facing the country with a “grave” situation.
South Korea holds talks with US over humanitarian exports to Iran
A South Korean delegation has met US officials in Washington for talks over Seoul's efforts to resume humanitarian exports to Iran that have been halted due to fears about anti-Tehran sanctions, the Foreign Ministry said Friday.
South Korea's presence in Chinese market declining
South Korea's market share in China has been on the decline for years, data showed Tuesday, amid increased competition and a decline in its product competitiveness.
South Korea's goods trade surplus with US rises 15% in 2019: Data
South Korea's goods trade surplus with the United States rose 15 percent on-year in 2019, US data showed Sunday.
Carmakers still short of parts from China amid partial production
Carmakers in South Korea said Saturday some of their assembly lines are still short of auto components as parts suppliers in China partially resumed operations this week amid no signs of the new coronavirus slowing.
South Korea's exports jump 69.4% in first 10 days of Feb.
South Korea's exports jumped 69.4 percent in the first 10 days of February, mainly due to rising shipments of cars and semiconductors, customs data showed Tuesday.

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