Category Archives: English-Korean (영한)

화학 무기 감시 기구가 노벨상 수상 (NYT)

Urging the destruction of an “entire category” of unconventional weapons, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded its 2013 Peace Prize on Friday to a modest and little-known United Nations-backed organization that has drawn sudden attention with a mission to ensure that … Continue reading

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New North Korean Memoir Tests South’s Interest in Refugee Stories

At the height of North Korea’s famine during the 1990s, Kim Eun-ju recalls going for so long without food that, fearing death, she sat down and wrote out her will. Ms. Kim was 11 years old. Now a 27-year-old university student … Continue reading

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로드먼이 방북에 대해 상세히 설명 (Rodman Gives Details on Trip to North Korea)

The retired N.B.A. star Dennis Rodman said Monday that on his visit to North Korea last week, the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, trusted him enough to let him hold his baby daughter and asked him to bring a team of … Continue reading

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Czech Mates (체코 메이트, The Economist)

만만한 번역은 아니었다는 점을 강조하고 싶습니다. Feel free to suggest alternative trans choices. “Czech Mates” (체코 메이트)- The Economist IN AN industry dogged by tight operating margins and volatile cost structures, “strength in numbers” is the mantra du jour. Large … Continue reading

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[Excerpt] “Trustpolitik and Expanding Horizon of Korea’s Foreign Policy” (Conference remarks, MOFA)

[…] DMZ is a 250 kilometer-long strip of heavily fortified land running across the Korean Peninsula. It is located less than 50 kilometers away from here. It is also a place where you will see the two faces of the … Continue reading

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A Heated Row Over Coolants (The Economist)

THE European Union loves its acronyms and initials. So officials in Brussels must be relishing the battle between R134a and R1234yf. These two refrigerants for cars’ air-conditioning systems are at the centre of an industrial and environmental row between the … Continue reading

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