This week, President Park Geun-hye's announcement to resume talks with North Korea about the Gaeseong Industrial Complex made headlines! Presidential Office Correspondent Eoh Jin-joo takes a closer look at this new development and how the government is working to minimize further financial damages on South Korean businesses with factories inside the joint industrial park.
U.S. top nuclear envoy Glyn Davies visited Seoul on Monday, first leg of his Northeast Asia tour. Foreign Ministry Correspondent Hwang Sung-hee appeared on News In-depth to share a detailed report about what Davies discussed with South Korean officials.
The 23rd Korea International Broadcast, Audio and Lightning Equipment Show kicked off on Monday and Reporter Ji Myung-kil takes us to the scene.
Stories : From Start to Finish
Every year on May 15, Korea celebrates "Teacher's Day" and domestic news outlets all air touching stories about exceptional teachers. This year, Reporter Lee Connie visited a very unique school for an extraordinary yet newsworthy piece about a visually-impaired math teacher who teaches at a special school for blind students. "In the Newsroom" crew followed Connie’s story "from start to finish."
The hottest news this week was none other that President Park Geun-hye urging the Ministry of Unification to start working-level talks with North Korea to conclude the Gaeseong Industrial Complex issue. Arirang News' in-depth discussion program "After 10" visited the National Assembly to interview Lawmaker Jung Moon-hun who's in charge of the task force assisting Kaesong Industrial Complex Companies Association. We followed the "After 10" team to find out how they managed to work with limited space and time and to listen in on Lawmaker Jung's keen responses.