Two Korean fishermen kidnapped in waters off Ghana in August have been released, their company said Saturday.
Ruling Democratic Party (DP) Chairman Lee Nak-yon and Takeo Kawamura, former Japanese chief cabinet secretary and current head of the Japan-Korea parliamentary group, met on Sunday to see if a thaw in icy bilateral relations was possible. “The...
Korea voiced criticism Thursday over Japan's call for the removal of a statue erected in Germany of a girl symbolizing Korean victims of wartime sexual slavery, calling it an act that goes against the spirit of its own apology.
A senior intelligence official was recalled from the Korean Consulate General in Los Angeles after accusations that he sexually harassed a female employee at the diplomatic mission earlier this year, an opposition lawmaker said Wednesday.
Korea and Japan agreed to a fast-track procedure for businesspeople to travel between the two countries, announced Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tuesday.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun said he discussed "creative” and “constructive” ways to prod along stalled denuclearization negotiations with Pyongyang in talks with South Korea's top nuclear envoy, Lee Do-hoon, Monday.
South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha asked for the international community’s cooperation in moving the peace process on the Korean Peninsula forward, as she kicked off a series of virtual Asean-related meetings Wednesday.
Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha will participate in a series of annual Asean meetings this week to discuss coronavirus responses and regional issues as Sino-U.S. tensions capture increased attention.
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday called the United States a "mastermind of cybercrime" as it responded to a report detailing Pyongyang's efforts to hack banks.
Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha on Monday apologized for sexual abuse allegations against a Korean diplomat posted in New Zealand in 2017.