U.S. Ambassador to Korea Harry Harris warned that one of the biggest issues facing Seoul-Washington relations is the “malign attempt” by those trying to create the perception of a “crack” in the alliance.
U.S. Ambassador Harry Harris sent a congratulatory letter to the Korea JoongAng Daily to mark the newspaper’s 20th anniversary.
U.S. Ambassador Harry Harris, center, hosts a reception for a delegation from The New York Times, the publishing partner of the Korea JoongAng Daily, at his residence in central Seoul, Habib House, on Tuesday.
People line up at the U.S. Embassy in central Seoul Monday, the first day non-immigrant visa services for students and exchange program participants were resumed after four months. The United States Embassy in Seoul announced last Thursday...
The U.S. Embassy in Seoul said Tuesday that the Black Lives Matter banner hung on the facade of its building earlier this week was removed to avoid "misperception," amid reports the removal came after President Donald Trump voiced displeasure.
A banner supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight against racial injustice and police brutality hangs from the U.S. Embassy in central Seoul Sunday.
The U.S. Embassy in Seoul last week asked local police if there was any way to block rallies held under the guise of press conferences in front of the embassy, according to a police source.
Korea sent 2 million face masks to the United States for emergency assistance as a part of joint efforts to respond to the coronavirus pandemic on Monday. The Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that the mask delivery