The Weekly Overview 'Click@SBS' examines the key articles and features broadcast over the week.
Find out the main articles and stories over the week on SBS Radio Korean.
- I am an Australian Korean-adoptee and I’m proud of this fact, however it was long after my 21st birthday that I could feel this way.
- This delicious sugar-and-cinnamon filled street food favourite now comes in savoury versions, too.
- For less than $10, these deep-fried hot dogs come filled with sausage and cheese, and covered with chips or ramen noodles.
- Agriculture Minister Bridget McKenzie has revealed a Vietnamese woman had her visa cancelled for trying to bring pork to Australia.
- Crossbench MPs are behind legislation to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14, saying Australia is out of step with other countries.
- Figures from the Department of Home Affairs show migrants are facing long waiting times to become Australian citizens, with the backlog leaving more than 220,000 applications to be processed.
- A new book by Monash University’s Associate Professor Gil-Soo Han sheds new light on funeral rites in 21st century Korean society.
- Why do some Indians learn Korean readily? Why is there the amazing similarity between Korean and Tamil? The weekly ‘Education Anatomy’ features an interview with a 2nd generation Tamil Australian who speaks Korean more fluently than some of Korean natives, so as to mark the Hangul Day, 9th of October.
- Education Anatomy celebrates Hanguel Day the 9th of October with special guest Niha.