The heads of four Korean business groups met Thursday to form a committee dedicated to investment and business opportunities in hydrogen.
North Korea will not be part of the Tokyo Olympics, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed Tuesday, the first time it will skip the Summer Games in 33 years.
The Korean government is protesting a map on the Tokyo Olympics’ website showing the Dokdo islets in the East Sea as Japanese territory, and some are calling for a boycott of the Summer Games.
Korea’s Defense Minister Suh Wook, left, talks with Gen. Claudio Graziano, right, chairman of the European Union Military Committee, in the Defense Ministry in Yongsan District, central Seoul, Wednesday.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga called North Korea's decision to skip the Tokyo Olympics a “unilateral announcement” Tuesday, but kept open the possibility that Pyongyang could still change its mind last minute.
Many suspicions have arisen over the way a petition to re-investigate the Cheonan sinking was handled by the Moon Jae-in administration. On Friday, a presidential committee to shed light on the truth behind the tragic sinking in...
The Tokyo Olympic Committee has decided to ban overseas spectators for this year's summer Olympics, and the 630,000 tickets purchased by overseas residents will be refunded.
The Samsung Electronics compliance committee led by former Supreme Court Justice Kim Ji-hyung and the CEOs of seven Samsung Group companies meets at the Samsung Electronics headquarters in Seocho District, southern Seoul on Tuesday.
South Korea’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday said it was ready to hold military talks with North Korea on “any matter” for the sake of reducing tensions on the peninsula.
A group of lawmakers has introduced legislation intended to force Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl to resign from his post in the coming months if he wants to start a political career.