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WED, May 22, 2013, (KST)
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President Park Geun-hye has pledged to strengthen her personnel recruitment system by carrying out thorough background checks on candidates.
The president's comments come as her office continues to reel from ...
MAY 16, 2013
Pyongyang on Wednesday labeled Seoul's latest proposal for talks on the joint Gaeseong Industrial Complex a "crafty trick," to relieve itself of responsibility for the standoff at the busi...
Korea has secured permanent observer status at the Arctic Council, which means it'll have a bigger say in guiding policy regarding development projects in the North Pole.
The Foreign Ministry in Seoul says ...
The camera first spots my hand.
Then, I drop a fishing line and after a few tries, catch myself a fish.
This is a technology that reflects a user's movements on the screen.
This is LTE-Advanced, the next ge...
Still weighing down on the Korean economy is household debt which spiked to nearly 1-point-1 quadrillion won, or about 987-billion U.S. dollars last year.
That means the nation's total household debt was n...
MAY 15, 2013
Oklahoma tornado aftermath: death toll lowered to 24
S. Korea ready to offer aid to N. Korea once dialogue resumes
N. Korea fired 300mm-caliber rockets: military sources
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
Pres. Park calls for national unity marking May 18th Democratic Uprising
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