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THE body of the South Korean tycoon - wanted over the sinking of a ferry in April in which more than 300 people died -was only identified more than a month after it was found in an orchard with his book and empty bottles of alcohol nearby.
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North Korea's relations with its sole ally and benefactor China are going rapidly downhill.
The body of South Korea's most wanted man, a fugitive tycoon with ties to a ferry than sank in April, may have been found by police in a plum field in the country's south, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Police began a huge manhunt for a tycoon following the sinking of a vessel in which more than 300 people, mostly children, died.
Refineries in South Korea are gearing up to trim output in August on persistently weak margins and as some units are shut for maintenance, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Monday.
Singapore route will carry two flights a week and the Phu Quoc - Siem Riep route will carry three flights a week.
Three airports in Korea ranked among the top five most efficient airports in Asia in a review by the Air Transport Research Society announced Friday.
Hours of talks led the Koreas nowhere on Thursday, as the meeting ended with an angry exit by North Korea.
"K-pop Festival in Incheon 2014" will be held on the sidelines of the Incheon Asian Games that will open in mid-September, organizers said Thursday.
The Songdo international business district in Incheon is tipped as the likeliest location for a UN field office monitoring human rights in North Korea.
Former Major League Baseball player Luke Scott was released by his South Korean club SK Wyverns on Wednesday following a heated exchange with his manager in public.
Special law on Sewol should be thoroughly prepared . JULY 17, 2014 03:27. . The leading Saenuri Party and the New Politics Alliance for Democracy agreed on special Sewol law Wednesday after negotiations that involved even the leaders of both parties Kim Moo-sung and Ahn Cheol-soo, respectively.
The newly imposed "no standing" policy on intercity bus services in the Seoul metropolitan area touched off complaints Wednesday from busy commuters, but stopped short of triggering chaos.
It occupies the southern portion of the Korean peninsula. The country is bordered by the Democratic People's Republic of South Korea faces North Korea across a demilitarized zone 2.5 miles wide that was established by the terms of the 1953 armistice that ended fighting in the .
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 05:26 pm
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