Charter Planes to Evacuate Koreans from Wuhan
The government said Tuesday that four chartered flights to Wuhan on Thursday and Friday will evacuate around 700 Koreans who remain at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. Vice Foreign Minister Lee Tae-ho told reporters, "We have identified around 700 Korean citizens in Wuhan who wish to return to Korea."
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Health Fears as Chinese Workers Return from Holiday
Thousands of Chinese workers and students are set to return here from their Lunar New Year trips home amid the rapid spread of coronavirus in China, sparking concerns in Korea.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korea's Foreign Reserves Running out
North Korea's foreign exchange reserves are dwindling rapidly in the wake of international sanctions, which could lead to an economic crisis that will send prices and the foreign exchange rate soaring, the Bank of Korea here predicted.
BUSINESS
Samsung to Roll out New Foldable Smartphone
Samsung plans to launch a new foldable smartphone, tentatively-named the Galaxy Z, later this year, according to IT website TweakTown. It can be folded in a "z" shape, hence the name.