Starting from the 16th of next month, all foreigners living in South Korea for more than 6 months will need to apply for the National Health Insurance; however, foreign students studying in South Korea will be exempt from the mandatory insurance until February of 2021.
If you are wondering what items should be checked-in or if they are allowed on board when you are flying, look no further.
The National Health Insurance Service (NHIS) said yesterday that all foreigners who stay in South Korea for six months or longer will be required to sign up for the country's health insurance program to prevent them from receiving medical treatment and leaving without paying insurance fees.
One person died and 12 others injured after a man drove into a crowd at a temple in Yangsan city of the South Gyeongsang Province.
An 18-year-old teen has been arrested in the murder of a 75-year-old woman in Changwon yesterday morning.
To make the city of Paju in Gyeonggi Province a safer place, African expats in Paju are stepping up their efforts by joining forces with the police.
The Korean Government declared a state of disaster due to the wildfire located in Goseong and Inje counties in addition to the cities of Sokcho, Gangneung, and Donghae.
Taxis in Seoul are about to get more expensive from next Saturday.
The U.S. Embassy in Seoul said yesterday that it is issuing visas and conducting other consular affairs normally, despite a partial government shutdown that started last week.
About 30 Vietnamese students have dropped out of Gyeongsang National University without any notice this year according to local media.