Alliance will end regime if North uses nukes, Yoon warns
In a series of events marking the 75th Armed Forces Day, South Korea flaunted its military hardware at an air base in the morning and a massive parade in downtown Seoul in the afternoon, the first of its kind in a decade.
Yoon warns North use of nuclear weapons will bring ‘end of regime’ to mark Armed Forces Day
Referring to his bilateral summit with U.S. President Joe Biden in April and the signing of the Washington Declaration, Yoon said the alliance "has become a more sophisticated nuclear-based alliance."
U.S. approves $5 billion F-35 fighter jet sale to Korea
The U.S. Department of State approved a possible sale of 25 F-35 fighter jets and the stealth jets' related equipment for an estimated cost of $5.06 billion, a U.S. defense agency said Wednesday.
Yoon stresses 'partnership' with Japan on Liberation Day
President Yoon Suk Yeol called Korea and Japan "partners" who share similar values and interests and stressed the importance of trilateral security cooperation with the United States in his Liberation Day address Tuesday.
Kim Jong-un demands preparations for 'offensive' action ahead of allied drills
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un urged preparations for "offensive" military actions in case of a possible war, according to state media Thursday.
[UNFORGOTTEN HEROES] Korea commemorates 70th anniversary of Armistice Agreement
President Yoon Suk Yeol underscored that the South Korea of today exists because of the sacrifices of the United Nation forces, marking the anniversary of the armistice agreement that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.
Yoon warns North during historic tour of U.S. nuclear sub
South Korea and the United States will respond "overwhelmingly" and "resolutely" to North Korea's nuclear and missile threats, warned President Yoon Suk Yeol as he visited a U.S. nuclear-capable ballistic missile submarine.
Witnesses to history
The tour was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the Korean War, which started on June 25, 1950, and the 70th anniversary of the alliance between Korea and the U.S.
Yoon government releases first security strategy paper
President Yoon Suk Yeol's office issued its first National Security Strategy Wednesday, highlighting its vision to become a "global pivotal state for freedom, peace and prosperity."
Yoon returns from productive state visit to the United States
President Yoon Suk Yeol concluded a weeklong state visit to the United States Sunday, an occasion to reflect on the 70 years of the alliance, and on ways to forge ahead. Some critics said the summit was more talk than substantive action.