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TUE, May 21, 2013, (KST)
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For a third straight day on Monday, Pyongyang fired off short-range missiles into the East Sea, prompting a call from the South to stop driving up tensions.
The communist state meanwhile says the test-firings are part...
MAY 20, 2013
South Korea is likely to welcome a new chief of U.S. Forces Korea.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Friday announced that President Barack Obama has picked Lieutenant General Curtis Scaparrotti, former deputy c...
MAY 18, 2013
Recent remarks from a Japanese politician saying sex slaves during World War 2 were "necessary" have sparked outrage from the Korean victims.
88-year-old Kim Bok-dong and 86-year-old Kil Won-ok sai...
Also on this Saturday President Park Geun-hye paid a visit to a national cemetery in Korea's southern city of Gwangju , commemorating the anniversary of the May 18th Democratic Uprising.
It marks the 33rd ...
North Korea has fired three guided missiles from the country's east coast on Saturday.
The South Korean Defense Ministry has confirmed, that Pyongyang fired two short-range missiles during the morning hours, ...
Dollar falls against yen, Korea's finance minister calls for increased efforts
Number of business owners falls to lowest level
S. Korean businesses urge govt. to approve visit to Gaeseong
U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in Busan
S. Korea, U.S. launch two-day naval drill involving Nimitz supercarrier
N. Korea fires three short-range missiles into East Sea
U.S. Congressman denounces justifying use of 'comfort women'
Pyongyang estimated to have up to 200 transporter erector launchers
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