"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.
Commuters pack the subway platform at GwanghwamunStation in central Seoul, Tuesday. The unionized workers of Seoul's subway operators plan to go on a strike starting Wednesday after they failed to reach an ageement on working conditions in negotiations with the operators.
The SouthKorean leader said the world should act in ?lockstep? against the DPRK... He noted that Seoul and Washington recently agreed to station additional "strategic assets" in the area, including aircraft carriers and long-range bombers, in response to a record number of North Korean weapon tests this year ... (RT.com) ....
... of American warplanes and ships.” He noted that Seoul and Washington recently agreed to station additional “strategic assets” in the area, including aircraft carriers and long-range bombers, in response to a record number of North Korean weapon tests this year.
An out-of-gas sign is put up at a gas station in Seoul, Tuesday ...The government said earlier that a prolonged strike will lead to a short-term fuel shortage at gas stations and overall price hikes. Yonhap. By Lee Kyung-min ... President Yoon Suk-yeol issued the order at the Cabinet meeting early in the day ... The industry's combined losses from Nov ... Politics.
Choi Seong-beom, chief of the YongsanFireStation, appears at the office of a special police investigation team in Seoul, Nov ... Choi Seong-beom, chief of the Yongsan Fire Station, appeared at the investigation team's office in Seoul's Mapo district earlier in the ...
A medical worker guides people at a COVID-19 testing station in a community health center in Nowon, northern Seoul, on Nov. 21. Yonhap. Korea's new COVID-19 cases hit over 50,000 on Friday, continuing the mild uptrend from the previous week, as the virus wave is beginning to take hold with the onset of winter ... (Yonhap). .
People line up to get tested for COVID-19 at a testing station in Seoul's western district of Mapo, Nov. 23. Yonhap ... The number of critically ill patients stood at 437, down 40 from the previous day ... .
Kim Kang-ja, a retired police officer best known for her role behind the crackdown of a major red-light district in Seoul when she was head of Jongam PoliceStation in the early 2000s, said the remaining red-light districts are a chilling reminder of a policy failure driven by budgetary constraints.
A signboard for a special investigation team is set up at Mapo PoliceStation in Seoul, Nov ... Police brought in the head of a public health department of YongsanWard office for questioning Tuesday as part of an investigation into the bungled response to the crowd crush in Seoul's Itaewon neighborhood.
A medical worker guides visitors at a COVID-19 testing station in a community health center in Seoul's northern district of Nowon, Nov. 21. Yonhap ... Tuesday's count is almost identical to the 72,866 cases logged seven days ago ... (Yonhap). .