South sanctions 11 North Koreans linked to satellite launch
The South Korean government's sanction was coordinated with the United States, Japan and Australia, marking the first time the four countries working together in imposing sanctions against North Korea.
Japan protests Seoul High Court's ruling in favor of 'comfort women' victims
The Japanese government on Friday expressed "regret" over a Seoul appellate court ruling calling on Tokyo to compensate Korean victims of wartime sexual slavery.
Yoon to speak against alleged North Korean, Russian arms deals at APEC
Foreign Minister Park Jin, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa are scheduled to hold a trilateral foreign ministerial meeting in San Francisco on the sidelines of APEC meetings.
Korea expresses condolences over former Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's death
"Our government highly values former Premier Li Keqiang's great contributions to the development of South Korea-China relations as a close friend of Korea,” Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Four Korean tourists in Vietnam die after being swept by current
According to the Korean Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, the two men and two women were in Da Lat, the capital of Lam Dong Province, when their jeep turned over.
Foreign Ministry mulls merger of separate desks for China and Japan
The Foreign Ministry may merge its departments on China and Japan affairs, which some analysts say would further weaken Seoul’s ties with Beijing as the current administration pursues closer ties with Washington and Tokyo...
163 Koreans evacuated from Israel on military aircraft
As of Saturday, the Korean government has identified 450 Koreans who are still in Israel, with 440 of them being long-term residents.
Yoon orders safety measures for Koreans in Israel as conflict escalates
A Korean Air passenger jet carrying 191 nationals is set to return home from Israel on Wednesday morning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed later Tuesday.
Korean citizens reported safe as Israel-Hamas conflict escalates
The Korean Foreign Ministry has said there are no Korean citizens in the casualties of the recent Israel-Hamas conflict, as of 11 a.m. Sunday.
Seoul imposes sanctions over illegal arms deals with Pyongyang
Addressing the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday, President Yoon Suk Yeol underscored that arms deals between North Korea and Russia would be a "direct provocation" against the South.