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Hard life, big dreams: Former Cambodian gang member takes modeling world by storm

To take care of his old parents and young sisters financially, being the first child, and as well the sole financial provider in the family, Lokin toils at work for more than 13 hours of day, working as a waiter at a restaurant in Cambodia, a valet parking agent, also part-time as a photographer and graphic designer to earn as much money as he can.

Korean banks seek cash cow in Cambodia

Korea's commercial banks are expanding their presence in Cambodia by providing differentiated financial services for customers, bank officials said Thursday.

Departing for volunteer services in Cambodia

Employees of the Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) and members of Korean Open Doctors Society pose at Incheon International Airport, Tuesday, before departing for Cambodia for medical volunteer services. The team will carry out services through June 9, at a public health center in Siem Reap Rumchek.

Korea, Cambodia seek to strengthen economic ties

Officials and academics from Korea and Cambodia discussed furthering economic cooperation at a symposium hosted by The Hankook Ilbo and The Korea Times, Monday.

Korean man killed, dismembered in Cambodia

A Korean man was found dead and dismembered in an apparent homicide in Cambodia five months ago but the investigation has made little progress, according to the Korean Embassy in Phnom Penh Saturday.

Autopsies set for two Koreans who died in Cambodia

Korea will perform autopsies on two Korean students who died in Cambodia last week after doctors there failed to determine the cause of their deaths.

Mystery surrounds deaths of two Korean students in Cambodia

Two Korean university students have died of an unknown cause while doing volunteer work in Cambodia, school officials said Thursday.

Cambodian bride now Korea’s carom sensation

When the daughter of a potato farmer came to Korea from Cambodia in 2010 to start the second chapter of her life as the wife of a Korean man 36 years older, Srong Pheavy, like any other marriage migrant woman here, had no idea what was coming.