Lee Yong-soo, a former “comfort woman” victim, met Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong on Wednesday and asked the Korean government to raise the sexual slavery issue at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to hold Japan accountable.
Businesses borrowed a record amount to survive the coronavirus pandemic last year.
Dumpling exports swelled almost 50 percent last year as the Covid-19 outbreak led to more dumpling eating at home around the world.
Two people died after getting AstraZeneca vaccines, the first such deaths in Korea. A man in his 50s who was hospitalized at a long-term care hospital in Goyang, Gyeonggi, was administered the AstraZeneca vaccine on Tuesday, according to the...
The cluster of infections involving foreign workers in Gyeonggi is growing to nearly 100, according to health authorities Wednesday. Health authorities in Dongducheon are testing the city’s nearly 4,000 foreign residents after clusters of...
North Korea appears to have taken steps to conceal a facility the U.S. believes is used to store nuclear weapons at its Yongdoktong site in North Pyongan Province, CNN reported Tuesday.
A release date has been set for "Seobok," a long-delayed sci-fi flick. The film will hit theaters and also be available via the Tving streaming platform on April 15, CJ ENM said Wednesday. "In a situation where the needs and ...
Cadets celebrate their graduation and toss their hats during the commission ceremony at the Korea Military Academy in Nowon District, northern Seoul, Tuesday.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief expressed Monday “serious concern” over North Korea’s continued signs of activity at a thermal plants at its Yongbyon nuclear complex and its Kangson uranium facility.
Korea's industrial output declined for the first time in eight months in January, data showed Tuesday, in the latest sign that the country's economic recovery momentum still remains weak amid the pandemic.