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2018년 대한민국 10대 뉴스

2018년 대한민국 10대 뉴스

South Korea's Top 10 News Stories of 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, we take a look back at our top 10 news stories from the year.

As 2018 draws to a close, we take a look back at our top 10 news stories from the year.

숨 가쁘게 달려온 2018년!
대한민국을 뜨겁게 달군 10대 뉴스는 무엇일까?

1. Peaceful spring on the Korean Peninsula<br>
Three inter-Korean summits and cross-border exchanges signaled the start of a new era of peace.

1. Peaceful spring on the Korean Peninsula
Three inter-Korean summits and cross-border exchanges signaled the start of a new era of peace.

1. 한반도에 찾아온 평화의 봄
세 차례의 남북정상회담, 남북 교류 등 한반도에 새로운 평화의 시대 도래!

2. PyeongChang 2018 leaves a legacy of peace<br>
 South Korea's first Olympic games in 30 years raised hopes for reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula, with the participation of North Korea.

2. PyeongChang 2018 leaves a legacy of peace
South Korea's first Olympic games in 30 years raised hopes for reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula, with the participation of North Korea.

2. 평화올림픽으로 기억된 평창 동계올림픽!
1988년 서울올림픽 이후, 30년 만에 개최된 올림픽 북한의 참가로 남북관계 물꼬를 틔우며 성료!

3. Fight against heat and fine dust<br>
The country recorded its highest summer temperature in 111 years, and suffered bad fine dust levels.

3. Fight against heat and fine dust
The country recorded its highest summer temperature in 111 years, and suffered bad fine dust levels.

3. 한반도 덮친 폭염, 미세먼지
기상 관측 111년만의 최악의 폭염과 전국을 뒤덮은 미세먼지 등이 미래 안전위협으로 대두

4. BTS: International K-pop sensation<br>
Boy band BTS made history as the first K-pop group to top the Billboard 200 twice and address the UN.

4. BTS: International K-pop sensation
Boy band BTS made history as the first K-pop group to top the Billboard 200 twice and address the UN.

4. 전 세계를 달군 방탄소년단 열풍
한국가수 최초 '빌보드 200'차트 1위를 두 차례 차지, 유엔연설, 북미, 유럽 월드투어 등 K팝의 새로운 시대 개막

5. #MeToo Movement Lands in South Korea<br>
 The #MeToo movement began and quickly spread across the country after a female prosecutor spoke out about her experience of sexual harassment.

5. #MeToo Movement Lands in South Korea
The #MeToo movement began and quickly spread across the country after a female prosecutor spoke out about her experience of sexual harassment.

5. 한국 사회에 경종 울린 #MeToo
법조계를 시작으로 사회 각 분야로 확산된 미투 운동! 한국사회의 성폭력 문제를 수면위로 끌어올림

6. Local elections a devastating loss for conservative opposition<br>
The ruling Democratic Party of Korea claimed a landslide victory in this year's local elections, driven by the people's aspiration for change.

6. Local elections a devastating loss for conservative opposition
The ruling Democratic Party of Korea claimed a landslide victory in this year's local elections, driven by the people's aspiration for change.

6. 지방선거, 한국 보수당의 몰락

4년 만에 치른 6월 지방선거는 여당의 압승으로 끝나며 변화에 대한 한국 국민의 열망을 보여줌

7. Former President Lee arrested on corruption charges<br>
Former President Lee Myung-bak became the fourth former South Korean leader to have been jailed on corruption charges.

7. Former President Lee arrested on corruption charges
Former President Lee Myung-bak became the fourth former South Korean leader to have been jailed on corruption charges.

7. 이명박 전 대통령 구속..적폐수사
전직 대통령 중 4번째로 구속된 이명박 전 대통령!
부정부패 수사로 적폐청산 드라이브를 이어감

8. Supreme Court orders Japanese firm to pay victims of forced labor <br>
South Korea's Supreme Court upheld a ruling ordering a Japanese steelmaker to pay compensation to Korean victims of forced labor during Japan's colonial rule.

8. Supreme Court orders Japanese firm to pay victims of forced labor
South Korea's Supreme Court upheld a ruling ordering a Japanese steelmaker to pay compensation to Korean victims of forced labor during Japan's colonial rule.

8. 일본 강제징용 피해자 첫 승소
일제 강제징용 피해자들이 13년 넘는 법정공방 끝에 승소판결을 받으며 평생의 한을 품.

9. 52-hour weekly cap on working hours<br>
The government limited the maximum weekly working hours to 52 to bring a change to the nation's work-life balance.

9. 52-hour weekly cap on working hours
The government limited the maximum weekly working hours to 52 to bring a change to the nation's work-life balance.

9. 주 52시간 근무시대 개막
'주 52시간 근무제' 시행으로, 과로사회 탈출과 워라밸을 향한 중요한 발걸음 시작!

10. South Korea's first indigenous satellite successfully launched<br>
South Korea launched into orbit the Chollian-2A, the country's first independently-developed geostationary satellite.

10. South Korea's first indigenous satellite successfully launched
South Korea launched into orbit the Chollian-2A, the country's first independently-developed geostationary satellite.

10. 한국 우주과학의 쾌거
독자기술 발사체부터 인공위성까지 성공적으로 발사, 우주강국 실현의 꿈이 가까워진 2018년!

As we say goodbye to 2018, we look forward to seeing what 2019 has to offer.

As we say goodbye to 2018, we look forward to seeing what 2019 has to offer.

다사다난했던 2018년을 마무리하며 새롭게 다가오는 2019년을 기대해본다.

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2018년 대한민국 10대 뉴스
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As 2018 draws to a close, we take a look back at our top 10 news stories from the year.
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1. Peaceful spring on the Korean Peninsula<br>
Three inter-Korean summits and cross-border exchanges signaled the start of a new era of peace.
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2. PyeongChang 2018 leaves a legacy of peace<br>
 South Korea's first Olympic games in 30 years raised hopes for reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula, with the participation of North Korea.
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3. Fight against heat and fine dust<br>
The country recorded its highest summer temperature in 111 years, and suffered bad fine dust levels.
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4. BTS: International K-pop sensation<br>
Boy band BTS made history as the first K-pop group to top the Billboard 200 twice and address the UN.
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5. #MeToo Movement Lands in South Korea<br>
 The #MeToo movement began and quickly spread across the country after a female prosecutor spoke out about her experience of sexual harassment.
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6. Local elections a devastating loss for conservative opposition<br>
The ruling Democratic Party of Korea claimed a landslide victory in this year's local elections, driven by the people's aspiration for change.
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7. Former President Lee arrested on corruption charges<br>
Former President Lee Myung-bak became the fourth former South Korean leader to have been jailed on corruption charges.
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8. Supreme Court orders Japanese firm to pay victims of forced labor <br>
South Korea's Supreme Court upheld a ruling ordering a Japanese steelmaker to pay compensation to Korean victims of forced labor during Japan's colonial rule.
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9. 52-hour weekly cap on working hours<br>
The government limited the maximum weekly working hours to 52 to bring a change to the nation's work-life balance.
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10. South Korea's first indigenous satellite successfully launched<br>
South Korea launched into orbit the Chollian-2A, the country's first independently-developed geostationary satellite.
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As we say goodbye to 2018, we look forward to seeing what 2019 has to offer.
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