Trade, Industry and Energy Minister Moon Sung-wook said the government's position on new nuclear plants has not changed -- but a comprehensive review is necessary.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said there are continued signs of activity at a suspected uranium enrichment facility in North Korea as the UN nuclear watchdog is “intensifying” its readiness to play a role in nuke talks.
French Ambassador to Korea Philippe Lefort, second from right, and Cha Sung-soo, president and CEO of Korea Radioactive Waste Agency, far right, discuss French and Korean experiences in nuclear or radioactive waste disposal at a forum...
The Korean government’s plans to plant 3 billion new trees over the next 30 years after logging aged trees in an attempt to offset carbon emissions has been raising controversy recently.
Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday that it will push for Korean experts to partake in the UN nuclear watchdog’s team monitoring Japan's planned discharge of contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean from its Fukushima nuclear plant.
Seoul expressed “strong regret” over Tokyo’s decision to release contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean from its Fukushima nuclear power plant, a move fiercely opposed by environmentalists and neighboring countries.
The Iranian government said Monday that it is "positively" reviewing the release of the seized South Korean oil tanker and its captain detained since early January, an indication that the two sides are nearing an agreement on Iran’s frozen funds.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction said Thursday it provided five vertical concrete casks used to store spent nuclear fuel to the station under a deal with the Nuclear Assurance Corp., a U.S. provider of nuclear fuel cycle technology.
An upcoming visit by the top U.S. diplomat and defense chief to Seoul this week is a sign that the Joe Biden administration “wants to repair the relationship with its most important allies,” said Ivo Daalder, president of the Chicago Council.
The United States doesn’t plan on allowing a release of Iran’s frozen assets in Korea until Tehran returns to the 2015 nuclear accord, said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken Wednesday.