They were afraid for Kabul when the city fell. But fear seemed to be far from their minds when the Afghans, adults and children alike, spoke of their coming weeks and months to be spent in their new homes in Korea. “In Korea, there are no wars...
“Take a good look. This is a fight for big girls,” shouted Honey J before a dance-off on Mnet’s hit dance audition program “Street Woman Fighter” last month. Other contestants on the show cheered in support for both participants of the battle ...
In an address in late September, Kim Yo-jong — the powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un — called for “action” from the South Korean government. A few days later, North Korea’s state-run news outlet KCNA reiterated...
U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan stressed that Washington holds “no hostile policy” towards North Korea and reiterated Washington’s stance that it is always ready to engage in negotiations with Pyongyang Tuesday.
Total employment increased by 671,000 jobs in September on year, the biggest jump in more than seven years. The number of people working in Korea reached 27.7 million people last month as the economy recovered, led by strong exports.
The Korean national football team held Iran to a 1-1 draw at Azadi Stadium in Tehran on Tuesday, walking away with one point from what was set to be the most challenging matchup of the third round of qualifiers for the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said that South Korea was not the reclusive regime's "main enemy" as he opened an exhibition showcasing his country's most advanced military hardware, according to state media reports on Tuesday.
A Korea Consumer Agency official shows off an electric scooter at the government complex in Sejong on Tuesday. After testing the six most popular electric scooters, the agency reported that the Euro 8 TS600 Eco travels the longest at maximum speed.
The central bank may soon raise rates again, Bank of Korea Gov. Lee Ju-yeol said Tuesday after the monetary policy board voted to maintain the base rate at 0.75 percent.
Exprots jumped 63.5 percent on-year in the first 10 days of October on robust demand for chips, petroleum products and autos, customs data showed Tuesday.