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    Today in Korean history

    Oct. 28 1991 -- South Korea and Romania sign an accord on cultural exchanges. 1995 -- South Korea's exports top US$100 billion. In 2005, the country's overseas shipments reach a record US$284.7 billion and post double-digit growth for the third straight year. 2000 -- Unionized pilots ... 14:00 Oct. 27
  • #Today in Korean history

    Today in Korean history

    Oct. 27 1883 -- The Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) concludes a trade agreement with Germany. 1905 -- The Korean National Red Cross is established. 1979 -- Prime Minister Choi Kyu-hah becomes the acting head of state, one day after President Park Chung-hee was assassinated by his intelligence... 14:00 Oct. 26
  • #Korean history

    Today in Korean history

    Oct. 26 1895 -- The Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) introduces the Gregorian calendar, replacing the lunar calendar. 1950 -- South Korean and U.S.-led U.N. troops advance to the border with China during the 1950-53 Korean War. About 1 million Chinese soldiers later intervened, temporarily tur... 14:00 Oct. 25
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