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Antibody test cartridges used in diagnosing the coronavirus move along on a production line at Boditech Med in Chuncheon, South Korea. By Friday, authorities had identified 163 patients who tested positive again after a full recovery. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption

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South Korean election officials put up posters of candidates in Seoul, South Korea, on April 2. The country will hold April 15 legislative elections on schedule, and the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic is a major issue in the vote. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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A memorial to K-pop star Goo Hara is seen at St. Mary's Hospital in Seoul on Monday. Hara was found dead at her home in Seoul on Sunday, police said. Chung Sung-Jun/AP hide caption

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Some 70,000 women in August gathered in central Seoul, holding signs saying, "My life is not your porn." It was the fourth protest this year condemning the prevalence of hidden-camera crimes. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Korean Women Fight Back Against Spy Cams In Public Bathrooms

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Ahn Seung-choon was 14 when her 17-year-old brother was taken away from the family home in Pyeongchang. "After that day, we didn't hear anything about him," Ahn says. Michael Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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South Koreans Prepare For Rare Family Reunions With Long-Lost Relatives In The North

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Rescue workers remove a survivor from a hospital fire on Friday in Miryang, South Korea. Handout/Getty Images hide caption

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Fire Rips Through South Korean Hospital, Killing Dozens Of Patients

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