Some call it the Olympics of forestry, said Choi Byeong-am, minister of the Korea Forest Service, speaking of the World Forestry Congress that Korea will host with the United Nations in Seoul next year. “The World Forestry Congress is the largest...
Kangta, a member of H.O.T., will release a remake of the boy band’s original hit song, “Free to Fly.” Titled “Free to Fly 2021,” the song will be available on local streaming sites from Wednesday. “Free to Fly” is a song from the band's second...
U.S. Rep. Young Kim said Wednesday the United States is ready to provide humanitarian support, such as coronavirus vaccines, to North Korea, but would like to see a “small sign" of change first.
A bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives restricting the drawdown of U.S. troops in Korea to a floor of 22,000, which is 6,500 lower than a cap set under the current National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
A group of U.S. lawmakers in a congressional hearing urged the National Assembly to revisit a new law that prohibits sending leaflets into North Korea, arguing that it undemocratic and violates the South Korean constitution.
The U.S. Congress is set to hold a rare hearing on South Korea’s controversial anti-leaflet law Thursday, which U.S. officials and human rights experts warn should not be underestimated by Seoul.
North Korea overhauled its cabinet in response to the economic failures of the past five years during a session of its rubber-stamp legislature, state media reported Monday.
North Korea wrapped up a week-long Eighth Workers’ Party Congress Tuesday with an address from leader Kim Jong-un proclaiming a redoubling of work on the regime’s nuclear program.
Delegates attending the Eighth Workers’ Party Congress in Pyongyang split up for meetings on specific topics, state media reported Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was elevated to the position of general secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party, state media reported Monday.