Civilians Create A Human Chain In Order To Rescue A Drowning Man At Sea

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Civilians create a 'human chain' in order to rescue a drowning man at sea
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Civilians create a 'human chain' in order to rescue a drowning man at sea

Civilians scrambled to create a 'human chain' in order to save a drowning man who was swept away by the strong currents.

On August 12, Goseong Fire Department received an emergency report around 2:16 pmKST about a man in his 40s known as 'A' drowning in the rough water at the beach in Gangwon's Goseong County.

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However, when the 119 emergency team had arrived at the scene, 'A' had already been rescued from the raging waters.

Civilians rescue endangered porpoises caught in fishing nets
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Civilians rescue endangered porpoises caught in fishing nets

Globally endangered species, porpoises (whales that are closely related to dolphins), were rescued by civilians at a beach in Incheon.

On September 9, three porpoises were discovered on the beach of Yeongjong Island. It's revealed the silvery sea creatures swam to the shallow waters during the high tide and were unable to swim back during low tide due tothe fishing nets.

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Upon witnessing the unexpected sight, nearby tourists worked together to safely return the dolphins to the deep side where they could freely swim around.

iKON Playfully Ranks Their Members In Order Of Attractiveness
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iKON Playfully Ranks Their Members In Order Of Attractiveness

iKON, who recently made a comeback with New Kids: Begin, guested on the May 29 broadcast of SBS Power FMs 2 OClock Escape Cultwo Show.

After talking about member Chanwoo sharing the same name as DJ Jung Chan Woo, they introduced their new title tracks B-DAY and BLING BLING. They also discussed their new English stage names (Donghyuk as DK, Chanwoo as Chan, etc.), which were given to them by their agency representative Yang Hyun Suk. Donghyuk explained that his name DK came from the first and last letters of his romanized name, but Junhoe revealed that the members wanted to make it stand for dancing king since hes the best dancer of the group.

Kim Jae-joong to come back as human rights attorney
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Kim Jae-joong to come back as human rights attorney

Actor Kim Jae-joong is coming back for the first time in 2 years.

According to sources, Kim Jae-joong is starring in a 4-episode drama called, "Invisible Man - 2017". He last starred in the KBS 2TV drama "Spy - Drama" right before he joined mandatory service in 2015.

Kim Jae-joong is about done with his duties and is ready to start working again. His characters in the past were usually manly roles like an agent or a teen full of hostility.

"Invisible Man - 2017" is a chance for him to make an image change. The drama is about a famous photographer and his fianc who was the final love of his life before he died and that fate connecting to their grandson and granddaughter. Kim Jae-joong is the photographer's grandson who is an attorney for human rights and struggles to reveal the truth about his grandfather. He also lends a warm hand to those who need his help.

Your Faves Are Human: Idols and Mental Illness
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Your Faves Are Human: Idols and Mental Illness

Note: this article discusses sensitive topics such as mental health and suicide. Please read with caution.

Earlier in October two idols announced that they would be halting activities due to mental health issues. Both Nam Taehyun and Soyul from WINNER and Crayon Pop, respectively, have halted work with their groups in order to focus on improving their mental health. Both announced they are suffering from an anxiety disorder, which is the most commonly diagnosed mental illness in the United States according to the National Institute of Mental Health.