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  1. Daewoo Shipbuilding's order backlog still ranks firstRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    South Korea's three major shipyards -- Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Samsung Heavy Industries Co. and Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.

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  2. Wages in Boom Industries SoarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chosun Ilbo

    The average salary paid by listed companies has soared 45 percent to around W50 million over the last 10 years . According to the Korea Listed Companies Association on Monday, the 1.25 million workers employed by 724 listed companies in Korea earned W87.3 trillion last year, or W56.4 million each.

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  3. AFC Champions League 2017: Matchday five - East Zone previewRead the original story

    Monday | Sporting News

    Matchday five action has kicked off in Asia's premier club tournament and the East Zone clubs are in action on Tuesday We're about to get into the business end of the Asian Football Confederation Champions League 2017 group stages and matchday five gets started in the East Zone on Tuesday. Let's take a look at the exciting matchups that await us in this round.

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  4. Suwon eye AFC Champions League knockout berth at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Korea Herald

    South Korean outfit Suwon Samsung Bluewings will aim to clinch a knockout berth at the top Asian club football competition this week, while three other South Korean teams will try to remain in the hunt for the last 16 qualification. Suwon will host Kawasaki Frontale on Tuesday for their Group G contest at the Asian Football Confederation Champions League.

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  5. Manchester United into Europa semifinals, Zlatan to LAFC?: Brotherly Game Daily Links 4/21/17Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | The Brotherly Game

    ... 2002 World Cup? The stage has never been bigger for U.S. men's soccer than it was on June 21, 2002, in Ulsan, South Korea. Manchester United edge out Anderlecht after extra-time Marcus Rashford sent Manchester United into the Europa League ...

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  6. Beetles keen to remain in huntRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Bangkok Post

    Chiang Rai United will be trying to bounce back from a shock defeat when they visit Ubon UMT in the Thai League 1 tomorrow. That setback ended their unbeaten record and also allowed SCG Muang Thong United to move above them into top spot with a two-point advantage.

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  7. Do You Have 'Text Neck?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | News Max

    Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report. Some patients, particularly young patients who shouldn't yet have back and neck issues, are reporting disk hernias and alignment problems, the study authors write in The Spine Journal.

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  8. [Brian Peterson] Foreign Affairs Ministry's public diplomacy team and the 'Rock Wall Group'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 17 | Korea Herald

    On a rainy April day, a small group of distinguished foreign professors met with the Ministry of Foreign Affair's public diplomacy team, including Ambassador for Public Diplomacy Park Enna. They met at a museum in Seoul for a team building event with a taste of Korean culture and history, and then moved on to a nearby restaurant for dinner and a discussion.

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  9. Vidosic's Korean side lose to GyeongnamRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 16 | Sporting News

    The former Western Sydney Wanderer came off the bench for his fourth appearance of the season for the two-time continental champions. But the striker could not prevent Gyeongnam taking a 2-1 lead to extend its lead at the top of Korea's second tier.

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  10. Could phones change the way our spines curve? Scientists warnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | The New Zealand Herald

    Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report. Some patients, particularly young patients who shouldn't yet have back and neck issues, are reporting disk hernias and alignment problems, the study authors write in The Spine Journal.

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  11. Spine specialists predict epidemic of 'text neck' from smartphone useRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | CBC News

    The angle at which people hold their heads while texting on a smartphone is causing widespread neck and upper back pain, specialists say. Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report.

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  12. Young people getting 'text neck' from phone use: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | The Globe and Mail

    Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use, according to a recent report. Some patients, particularly young patients who shouldn't yet have back and neck issues, are reporting disk hernias and alignment problems, the study authors write in The Spine Journal.

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  13. Kirins back on top as Roar shock AntlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 13 | Bangkok Post

    SCG Muang Thong United edged South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai FC 1-0 to go two points clear in Group E of the AFC Champions League on Wednesday night. A 37th-minute winner from Thailand striker Teerasil Dangda secured all three points for the Kirins, who return to the top with eight points from four games after Japanese champions Kashima Antlers suffered a 2-1 defeat at Brisbane Roar and dropped to second.

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  14. Child migrant overcame early hardshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | The Age

    ... 1994. Eventually his work visa ran out in Japan so he moved to a similar position with the University of Ulsan, South Korea for another decade, making many Korean friends. John Stocker retired and came back to Australia in 1989, where he had some ...

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  15. Suwon beat Eastern SC to move atop group at AFC Champions LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | Korea Herald

    South Korean football club Suwon Samsung Bluewings trounced Eastern SC 5-0 on Wednesday to move atop Group G standings at the Asian Football Confederation Champions League. Ko Seung-beom and Johnathan each grabbed a brace for their hosts at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, and led the K League Classic side to their second victory in Group G, which also features Guangzhou Evergrande of China and Kawasaki Frontale of Japan.

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  16. AFC Champions League 2017 Roundup: Kashima Antlers stunned; Guangzhou held againRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 12 | Sporting News

    Matchday four of the Asian Football Confederation Champions League has wound up with matches in Groups E and G on Wednesday. Here is a recap of all that has transpired on the continent.

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  17. Jiangsu brush domestic woes aside to reach ACL last 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | The Daily Millbury

    Chinese Super League strugglers Jiangsu Suning became the first to qualify for the knockout phase of the Asian Champions League as compatriots Shanghai SIPG fell to their first defeat.Jiangsu, runners-up in the Chinese Super League last year but currently bottom of the domestic standings, notched their fourth win in a row in the competition with a 3-0 dismissal of former champions Gamba Osaka from Japan on Tuesday.The victory sealed the top spot in Group H and secured a place in the last 16. Adelaide United moved into second after their surprise 3-1 win over South Korea's Jeju United, with Gamba rooted to the bottom of the group.

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  18. Scolari-led Guangzhou stumbles in Asian Champions LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | Yuma Sun

    Big-spending Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande had to settle for its third draw in four Asian Champions League matches, playing out scoreless match against Japanese club Kawasaki Frontale on Wednesday. Guangzhou, coached by Luiz Felipe Scolari, has won only once in Group G and sits in second place behind Suwon Bluewings.

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  19. Football: Brisbane stay alive, Utd go clear, Bluewings soarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Australia's Brisbane Roar kept their Asian Champions League hopes flickering with a 2-1 win over Japanese champions Kashima Antlers in Brisbane on Wednesday. Brisbane Roar's Thomas Kristensen battles for the ball with Shuto Yamamoto of the Kashima Antlers during their AFC Champions League clash in Brisbane on Apr 12, 2017.

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  20. Muang Thong eye Ulsan scalpRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 11 | Bangkok Post

    Thai League 1 champions SCG Muang Thong United are aiming to beat South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai tonight and move a step closer to securing a berth in the knockout stages of the AFC Champions League. After the first three games, Muang Thong are second in Group E on five points, one behind Japan's Kashima Antlers.

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