Singer Taeyeon of Girls' Generation will release all five tracks from her second Japanese EP "#GirlsSpkOut" at 12 p.m. on Friday, her agency SM Entertainment said. The five-track EP will include the title track "#GirlsSpkOut," as well as...
Korean and Japanese diplomats struggled to make progress on the forced labor compensation issue in their first face-to-face talks since the onset of the pandemic and the inauguration of Japan's new prime minister.
South Korea may not co-sponsor a resolution condemning North Korea’s human rights violations, Seoul’s Minister of Foreign Affairs said Monday.
“Donghae should be called ‘Dong-hae,’ not the East Sea,” Hyejung Culture Foundation Director Kim Hye-jung insists. She has been leading the “Finding Dong-hae project” since 1990. “The name is beyond locating the sea on the eastside of the Korean...
Japan's ambassador to Seoul suggested that Korea pave the way for the two countries to rekindle talks in a meeting with Korean business executives.
Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin’s eldest son Shin Yoo-yeol, 34, has started working for Lotte Corporation Japan, a confectionery company and a subsidiary of Lotte Holdings.
Experts in Korea-Japan relations urged the two nations to begin a process of reconciliation over issues of history during a book launch in Seoul.
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...
Tokyo has informed Seoul that its new Prime Minister, Yoshihide Suga, will not be attending a trilateral summit hosted by Korea this year unless the Korean government moves to resolve the issue of wartime forced labor, said Japan’s Kyodo News.
Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin met Japan’s new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga at a restaurant in Japan on Sunday, according to Japanese business daily Nikkei.