진행자: 임현수, Paul Kerry
1. ‘Even if 2nd wave happens, it won’t be like the first’
요약: 코로나19의 2차 대유행에 대비하는 정부
 With South Korea set to officially end stringent social distancing Wednesday, health authorities on Tuesday expressed both caution and confidence on the country’s fight against COVID-19.
*social distancing: 사회적 거리두기
*fight against: ~에 맞서 싸우다
 Kwon Joon-wook, deputy director at the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said officials were on edge over the possibility that the pathogen is spreading silently somewhere undetected.
*on edge: 안절부절못하는
*undetected: 들키지 않은
 But even if that turns out to be true, authorities are prepared more than ever before to handle it, he stressed.
*turns out: (일•진행•결과가 특정 방식으로) 되다, 나타나다
*more than ever
 “If a second wave of infections strikes, it will be different from the one we experienced in late February,” he said at a daily briefing on the virus situation Tuesday. “We are making all out efforts in preparation (of a potential second wave).”
*wave: 파도, 유행, 급증,
*briefing: 브리핑, 보고하다
*all-out: 총력을 기울인
* in preparation: ~를 준비해
기사 전문: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200505000200
2. 20 schools to be selected to adopt hanbok-inspired uniforms
요약: 정부, 한복교복 도입할 20개 중•고교곳 공모
 The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Tuesday announced that it will select 20 middle and high schools that will adopt hanbok-inspired school uniforms in conjunction with the Ministry of Education.
*in conjunction with: 함께
 “We hope that a new value of hanbok can be discovered through hanbok-inspired uniforms that look good and feel comfortable,” a Culture Ministry official said in a statement.
*-inspired: ~에 영향받은
 This project began in February last year when the Culture Ministry and the Ministry of Education signed a memorandum on the school uniform project. The two ministries also held a contest and selected 53 different uniform designs based on Korea’s traditional costume in April last year.
*hold: ~ 열다
*based on: 에 기반해
 The ministries will separately pick 10 schools that currently receive funds for students’ uniforms and 10 schools that do not. For selected schools without uniform assistance, the government will provide up to 300,000 won per student for three years.
*up to: ~까지
기사 전문: http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200505000165