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15 hrs ago | The Nation
The Dongwha Duty Free Shop in the Gwanghwamun district in downtown Seoul is regularly thronged with visitors from China, some of the 4 million who now visit South Korea annually, making it the top foreign tourist destination for Chinese travellers.
19 hrs ago | Boston.com
After all the lavish galas in his honor at landmarks like the Louvre and Versailles, the tens of thousands of devotees following his religious teachings for decades, the hundreds of homes and businesses reportedly stashed around the globe, Yoo Byung-eun ended up alone, his body splayed on its back and rotting in the weeds, empty liquor bottles by ... (more)
Few would dispute the ruling Saenuri Party is pro-business. The conservative party and its administrations have cut corporate taxes, controlled sharp wage inflation and revised laws when deemed cumbersome to business activities.
Senior officials from China and Japan met early this month in Beijing to explore the possibility of a summit on the margins of an economic conference later this year, a news report said Thursday.
South Korea's state-run forensic lab said Friday it has failed to determine the cause of death for a fugitive billionaire blamed for April's ferry disaster, amid mounting public criticism that authorities didn't identify his body for a long time and still continued a massive manhunt for him.
Early voting for the July 30 parliamentary by-elections kicked off Friday for a two-day run amid expectations the vote will serve as a referendum on President Park Geun-hye's conservative administration.
Software, compulsory subject in KSAT? . JULY 25, 2014 03:41. . Korean youths are good at computer games.
Hyundai Motor Co., South Korea's largest automaker, reported a second-quarter profit drop after the strengthening won eroded overseas profits.
South Korea offered billions of dollars in stimulus spending on Thursday to shore up domestic demand after Asia's fourth-largest economy grew at its weakest in more than a year in the second quarter.
People watch a TV news showing portraits of Yoo Byung-eun, the fugitive owner of the sunken ferry Sewol, at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
After weathering recent cabinet shake-ups, Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se is coming under pressure to improve testy relations with South Korea's neighbors by untangling a matrix of diplomatic and geopolitical interests.
Cautious optimism is growing for enhanced inter-Korean ties as both sides hope for a breakthrough in the relations that have long been deadlocked due to Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions and relentless saber-rattling.
A boy ties a yellow ribbon dedicated to the missing and dead passengers of the sunken passenger ship Sewol, on a wire at Seoul City Hall Plaza May 1, 2014.
NPAD rushes to traditional home turf amid tight race . JULY 23, 2014 04:58. . Kim Han-gil, co-chairman of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy, rushed to Suncheon-Gokseong, South Jeolla Province on Tuesday, eight days before the by-election and re-election on July 30. Taking a tour of election speeches with his party's candidate ... (more)
Melting Arctic ice is widening a path for ships to deliver European oil to Asia, stoking South Korea's ambition to become a regional storage and trading hub.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 01:44 pm
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