Korea beat Nigeria 1-0 to reach semifinals at U-20 World Cup
Korea pulled through in extra time to beat Nigeria 1-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup on Sunday, advancing to the semifinals of the competition for the second consecutive tournament.
Two anchors for security in the Pacific
The two neighbors sharing the same democratic values and alliance with the U.S. must not forget their obligations as reliable anchors in the Pacific.
North slams UNSC, IMO over rocket launch responses
North Korea on Sunday blasted the United Nations Security Council for recently hosting a meeting on the regime’s failed satellite launch and slammed the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Experts stunned by Busan murder suspect's calm behavior during killing
Even experts are surprised at how Jung Yoo-jung, a 23-year-old charged with the murder of a woman in her 20s in Busan, was so calm when she dealt with the victim's dead body.
Korean Air CEO recognized at ATW awards ceremony
Korean Air Chairman and CEO Walter Cho was awarded the Excellence in Leadership Award at Air Transport World’s (ATW) 49th Airline Industry Achievement Awards in Turkey on Friday.
Banks enjoy record net profit in Q1 as interest rates soar
Banks raised a record net profit in the first quarter on steep interest rate increases.
Exhibition brings best of National Gallery, London to Seoul
Korea and the United Kingdom have shown over the years that they share a special friendship, especially in the cultural sector. Recent examples are holding a Hallyu exhibition at the V&A Museum in London, displaying English artist David Hockney’s...
'Companions on the Eternal Journey' exhibition explores themes of death, farewell
The National Museum of Korea’s latest exhibition at the Special Exhibition Gallery hall displays cute little earthenware figurines of different shapes. They come in all shapes and sizes: a bird, a horse, auspicious animals or even a parade of ...
[TEST DRIVE] Tesla Model X pushes limits, but will Koreans approve?
No engine start button. No stalk. Not even a shift lever.
Remains of launch vehicle may shed light on North’s new technology
South Korean military forces are working to salvage the remains of the North Korean satellite launch vehicle (SLV) that crashed into the sea shortly after launch in the hopes of gaining insight into the North's missile and reconnaissance technology.