1. A dolphin carrying a dead calf on its back… Struggle not to be taken away
A dolphin was seen carrying a dead calf on its back off the coast of Jeju. The previous day, a report was received by the police that ‘the dolphin seems to be moving while being caught in a waste net’. As a result of the confirmation, the southern bottlenose dolphin was moving with a body presumed to be a baby between its back and fin. The dolphin seemed to be moving away from the pups as the police approached.
2. Child Character with Autism Spectrum Disorder Joins EBS
‘Ding Dongdang Kindergarten’ From the 18th, ‘Byeol’, a child character with autism spectrum disorder, will join EBS ‘Ding Dongdang Kindergarten’. Autism Spectrum Disorder is the disorder of the main character of the drama ‘Strange Lawyer Woo Young-woo’, which became a hot topic last year. The production team said that they studied the behavior of the children involved so as not to create false prejudices. 3. A child born in two years A child was born in two years in안전놀이터 Iwon-myeon, the least populated of Taean-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, where the
entire neighborhood is counted as a region where the festival population has disappeared.
Moon Seok-hoon (36) and Cho Hye-jin (35), who returned home in 2020 and are running a pension, gave birth to their second son on the 1st. When the news of the birth of the child was heard, residents, residents’ associations, elementary school teachers and township offices put up banners of congratulations all over the neighborhood.
4. “To attract police attention…” A 30-year-old prisoner who set fire to an officetel
A (31), who set fire to an officetel to attract attention when the police did not believe the claim that ‘people involved in prostitution are eavesdropping’ was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison. Fortunately, no one was injured as a result of Mr. A’s crime. The judge said, “The defendant’s delusions and hallucinations seem to have had an effect,” but sentenced him to prison, saying “they caused a serious danger to the safety of residents.”