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SUN, May 19, 2013, (KST)
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The last remaining group of South Korean personnel at the border town returned on Friday, after the South Korean government agreed to pay the North 13-million U.S. dollars.
The money, the North claims, is the outstandin...
MAY 03, 2013
Korea's baby boomers, who are between the ages of fifty and fifty-eight this year, are starting to retire.
But they're less prepared for it than they were two years ago.
The SNU Institute on Aging l...
The so-called "deadly tick" virus was first detected in China in 2009 and it sprung up in Japan in January of this year.
Japanese media outlets have reported seven people in Japan have died from t...
In other news,
After days of partisan wrangling, the National Assembly agreed on Friday to adopt a so-called "alternative holiday system" starting in 2015.
That means starting that year, public sector workers will b...
We begin with the latest developments unfolding on the inter-Korean border.
The seven South Korean personnel who had stayed behind at the shuttered Gaeseong Industrial Complex safely crossed the border back to the Sout...
N. Korea fires three short-range missiles into East Sea
Pres. Park calls for national unity marking May 18th Democratic Uprising
Former sex slave victims head to Japan to demand apology
Creating a peace park within Korea's DMZ
Intl. community responds to Pres. Park's U.S. trip
U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in Busan
S. Korea, U.S. launch two-day naval drill involving Nimitz supercarrier
N. Korea: Pres. Park's visit to U.S. 'prelude to war'
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