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Government to relax loan rules for brokerages, simplify screening for chemical plants.
An era some are calling the “Anthropocene,” marked by significant human impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems, may be spelling out an inconvenient truth necessitating interstellar travel for solutions.
US President Donald Trump suggested Wednesday that he speaks to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un by phone, in addition to their established form of communication – letters.
A deeper understanding of member-states’ cultures is the key, says Secretary-General of ASEAN-Korea Center.
A North Korean envoy called on the United States to translate its promises into action ahead of upcoming working-level talks between the two countries to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
South Korea is one of the countries that has agreed to renegotiate its trade deal with the US.
Government vows to increase manpower in schools, military, lower barriers for qualified foreign workers.
Foreign minister confuses lawmakers on whether North Korean leader’s letter to Trump was different to one already made public.
The diplomatic and economic spat between the two countries looks far from over.
Seoul cites ‘grave change’ in security cooperation conditions attributable to Japan’s export restrictions for abolishing GSOMIA.
Stronger regulations may result in excessive injection of public funds in struggling firms.
Seoul has been backed into a corner and the Moon administration has little options available.
The export ban imposed by Japan continues to be in place.
The two countries have been at loggerheads over Japan’s export ban of high tech materials.
Tokyo’s export curbs to negatively impact global economy due to correlated trade structure.
Seoul is in political turmoil as politicians tackle the best course of action to pursue with Japan.
The two countries have been embroiled in an economic tit-for-tat in recent weeks.
Amid diplomatic row, Tokyo announces restriction of its exports of high-end chemical to Korea.
Experts suggest China could use nuclear issue as leverage to resolve trade war with US.
Trade war could jeopardise several core businesses for Korean tech giants.
Sister was thought to be punished for Hanoi summit failures.
The Japanese and Korean governments are at loggerheads over the issue of forced labour during the war.
Weak demand and depreciation of chips pull down exports, minister calls for swift execution of supplementary budget.
Putin calls for a return to six party talks, reestablishing China and Russia’s role in denuclearize talks.
South Korea repeals a longstanding ban on abortion.
US President Donald Trump made the statement during the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual meeting.
With Pyongyang not fulfilling agreement on excavation of remains at Arrowhead Ridge, Seoul starts digging on its own.
Crossover SUVs, expanded green lineups and widened color palette offer glimpse into auto market of near future.
The number of South Koreans visiting the North and vice versa increased sharply to 7,498 in 2018 from 115 in 2017.
The decision was made by the country’s National Human Rights Commission.
Denuclearization, an end to the Korean conflict and matters of trade will be discussed in Hanoi.
The US has pressured its allies to act against Huawei, accusing the company of spying for the Chinese government.
Getting allies to pay ‘their fair share’ has been a major part of President Trump’s rhetoric.
Seoul vows to speed up efforts for Korea-Britain bilateral trade deal, bracing for post-Brexit era.
The tech giant says that regulators should leave its interactions with local telecom companies alone.
A feature story from Korean Herald outlining the intricacies of a possible defection by Pyongyang’s ambassador in Italy.
Steps still need to be taken by the north to ensure a smooth process.
Trump says he will give everything Kim wants following denuclearization, according to South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
South Korea’s presidential office on Tuesday played down a new report on North Korea’s “undisclosed” missile sites.
South Korea’s military says joint survey does not clash with international sanctions imposed on North Korea.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday he will meet with his North Korean counterpart in New York at the end of this week.
The defense chiefs of South Korea and the United States on Wednesday signed a strategic guideline on how their combined defense mechanism will operate.
The suspension of a scheduled air drill between South Korean and US military forces was first proposed by the Pentagon.
Moon says France, UN can speed up Pyongyang’s march to denuclearization by easing sanctions.
Hanjin Group and Korean Air Lines Chairman Cho Yang-ho was indicted for embezzlement, breach of trust and other charges on Monday without detention.
US President Donald Trump’s statement that Seoul would not lift sanctions on Pyongyang without America’s “approval” did not go down well in South Korea.
The South Korean government scrambled to play down concerns over the lifting of its unilateral sanctions against North Korea on Thursday.
The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on a Turkish company and several individuals for their alleged violation of sanctions against North Korea.
North Korea says a peace treaty between the two Koreas should not be used as a bargaining chip towards denuclearization.
Samsung Electronics might be planning to outsource production for some of its mid- and low-end Galaxy-series phones destined for the Chinese market.
In a rare move for K-pop, BTS’ UN speech about self-acceptance embraced everyone including sexual minorities.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in New York on Sunday for a bilateral summit with US President Donald Trump that is partly aimed at brokering a second US-North Korea summit.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Wednesday pledged to visit Seoul and reaffirmed commitment to giving up his country’s nuclear program.
North Korea says its policy of self-reliance is more important than in the face of increasing pressure from all sides.
Japan and North Korea are working on arranging a summit later in the year, a local news outlet reported Wednesday.
The United States will continue with existing military exercise and will not suspend more in a response to Pyongyang’s inaction at denuclearization.
South Korea President Moon Jae-in’s role as a mediator between North Korea and the US is once again gaining attention as recent developments cast doubt over the denuclearization process.
US President Donald Trump has said that he wants to lift sanctions on North Korea, but only after the regime gets rid of its nuclear weapons.
As the two Koreas strive to improve relations, a stalled project to bridge the linguistic gap between them could be revived.
North and South Korea held high-level military talks to end hostilities and remove guard posts in the demilitarized zone.
United States Ambassador Harry Harris stresses allies’s synchronization in dealings with North Korea‘s nuclear issues.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and continue negotiations on dismantling the regime’s nuclear weapons programme.
A North Korean diplomat said at a UN-sponsored Conference on Disarmament that Japan should refrain from intervening in the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
South Korea and the United States have agreed to suspend their joint military drill slated for August, Seoul’s Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping had asked North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to demand a halt to South Korea-US joint military exercises.
Whether successful or not, the US-North Korea summit will shape trajectory of inter-Korean relations and US-China rivalry.
Twelve Chinese companies have pledged more than 500 million US Dollars to South Korea in high tech industries.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will meet in Singapore on June 12 at 9 am.
Here are three things that South Korea should consider in order to improve the situation on the peninsula.
The Korean government dismissed the idea of pulling US troops out of South Korea following a peace treaty with North Korea.
The court said a heavy sentence was inevitable to prevent such an unfortunate event from happening again.
The growing trade discord between the US and China is fueling concerns that it may hurt efforts to rein in North Korea’s nuclear crisis.
With revelations that its user data was unwittingly used by Cambridge Analytica to influence elections globally, Facebook is facing a worldwide probe and plunge in reputation.