Several flight passengers stand by to take their Covid-19 test at a testing center at Incheon International Airport on Tuesday. From Tuesday, all people traveling to the United States, including U.S. citizens, have to submit a negative Covid-19...
According to a group of 34 foreign affairs and security experts surveyed by the JoongAng Ilbo, only one responded that the Biden administration could consider partially easing sanctions on North Korea for the sake of improving inter-Korean relations
President Moon Jae-in said he looks forward to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un making a visit to the South in the future, reaffirming his belief that Kim still has the “will for peace, dialogue and denuclearization” Monday.
North Korea officially tweaked the rules of its ruling Workers' Party to refer to powerful defense capabilities for its security, state media reported Sunday, codifying a declaration by its leader Kim Jong-un a day earlier vowing to expand...
Korea and the United States extended their $60 billion bilateral currency swap agreement for six months as uncertainties over the global coronavirus pandemic continue, the central bank said Thursday.
Having a reliable friend can be comforting. The same goes for countries. South Korea must thank the United States for its staggering economic advances. A war should not have happened. But it had the silver lining of connecting...
The U.S. Congress is pushing the Pentagon to reconsider deploying American troops and key weapons systems to countries that use Chinese telecommunications equipment in a bill that could potentially affect the 28,500 U.S. troops stationed in Korea.
Korea's political, diplomatic and economic officials braced for days and possibly weeks of uncertainty over the nail-biting U.S. presidential election Tuesday pitting Republican President Donald Trump against Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Joe Biden, the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate, said he would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on the condition that Pyongyang draws down its nuclear capabilities.
U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien will visit Seoul next month, probably after the U.S. presidential election, the Blue House said Sunday.