SEOUL, Sept. 15 (Yonhap) -- The following are the top headlines in major South Korean newspapers on Sept. 15.
-- Google fined 207 bln won for anti-competition practice (Kyunghyang Shinmun)
-- Google fined 207 bln won, war against big tech companies begins (Kookmin Daily)
-- No laws to protect platform workers despite long work hours (Donga Ilbo)
-- Kakao scraps new services amid growing scrutiny over market dominance (Seoul Shinmun)
-- No. of industrial accidents doubles under Moon gov't (Segye Times)
-- Signs of uranium enrichment activities at Yongbyon: IAEA chief (Chosun Ilbo)
-- 56 pct of S. Koreans in 20s oppose tax increase for welfare (JoongAng Ilbo)
-- Google slapped with most severe restrictions in S. Korea (Hankyoreh)
-- Kakao scraps new flower, snack delivery services (Hankook Ilbo)
-- Pompeo says China's duplicity poses obstacle to N.K. denuclearization (Maeil Business Newspaper)
-- Game-changing 'Gwangju Global Motors' project kicks off (Korea Economic Daily)
-- China's foreign minister on two-day visit to Seoul (Korea JoongAng Daily)
-- Google slapped with $177 mln in fines for abusing market power (Korea Herald)
-- Biden to host first in-person summit of 'Quad' leader (Korea Times)
(LEAD) BTS praises youth for welcoming challenges of COVID-19 pandemic
BTS returns home after visit to U.N., New York
BTS praises youth for welcoming challenges of COVID-19 pandemic
BTS, Coldplay drop collab single 'My Universe'
Moon says BTS helped spread awareness of climate change, other global issues
(LEAD) Moon proposes formal end to Korean War for irreversible progress in denuclearization efforts
Yoon says he will request redeployment of U.S. tactical nukes in case of emergency
(LEAD) N. Korea rejects Moon's proposal of end-of-war declaration as 'premature'
(LEAD) USFK makes public Teak Knife surgical strike drill amid N.K. military moves
Unification minister says end-of-war declaration useful means to kick-start nuclear talks
(3rd LD) S. Korea's daily virus cases exceed 3,000 for first time
Daily new cases fall below 3,000 amid lingering woes over spreading virus
(2nd LD) S. Korea's daily virus cases exceed 3,000 for first time
(LEAD) N.K. leader's sister holds out prospect of end-of-war declaration, inter-Korean summit
N. Korean leader highlights strong ties with China against 'hostile forces'