"Seoul" is the second release from the Icelandic quartet Amiina. It is also the first single from their first album, Kurr. It was self-released on 6 November 2006 in Europe and released by The Worker's Institute on 7 November 2006 in the USA. In January 2007, it was made available on iTunes by the Danish label Rumraket.
Serantes, now 59, bagged a bronze medal in the 1988SeoulOlympics following a loss to BulgarianIvailo Khristov in boxing’s light-flyweight semifinals ...Bowler Arianne Cerdena won a gold in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, but because bowling was just a demonstration sport, her medal was not counted in the official medal tally.
I.O.I are reportedly set to reunite for the first time since their disbandment in 2017. READ MORE ...South Korean news outlets Kyunghyang Shinmun and SportsSeoul reported today (april 13) that the K-pop girl group will reunite to hold a live broadcast on the mobile app KT Seezn to commemorate their fifth debut anniversary on May 4 ... .
Mamamoo / Korea Times file ... LIVENow, a British online streaming platform that offers various content on music, sports and comedy, has been preparing the K-pop series in collaboration with the Seoul-based TR Entertainment ... (Yonhap). .
SEOUL - South Korea decided Friday to extend the tightened quarantine measures for three more weeks amid the growing cases of the COVID-19 ... The operation of multi-use facilities, such as restaurants, cafes, indoor sports facilities and karaoke rooms, are limited to 10.00 p.m.
Seoul, April 9 ... Under the country's five-tier social-distancing guidelines, the third-highest Level 2 will be kept in place until May 2 in the Seoul metropolitan area, with the Level 1.5 to be placed in other areas, Xinhua news agency reported ... in the greater Seoul area under the ...
On the special occasion of WorldTable Tennis Day, here are the top-5 milestone moments of Indian table tennis that have contributed to the resurgence of the sport in the country.Chasing an Olympics dream ... end the country’s wait for an elusive medal in the sport at the Olympics.
SEOUL. North Korea will not attend this year’s Tokyo Olympics because of the coronavirus pandemic, Pyongyang’s sports ministry said, blowing the final whistle on Seoul’s hopes of using the Games to restart talks with its nuclear-armed neighbor ... Seoul’s ...