The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) announced its three goals and 12 missions to achieve this year, vowing to create a better environment for both TV broadcasters and consumers by revising old regulations and amending them to meet the ...
Minister of Justice Choo Mi-ae ordered Tuesday an investigation into fraud charges being dropped against a hedge fund, effectively launching an internal probe targeting Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-youl.
President Moon Jae-in on Friday ordered the ministries to investigate their affiliated agencies' decision making that led many of them to make dubious investments in a private equity fund suspected of large-scale fraud.
It is shocking to learn that Korea Communications Commission (KCC) Chairman Han Sang-hyuk called up Kwon Kyung-ae — a lawyer whom he had known from the progressive Lawyers for Democratic Society (LDS) — to advise her not to write...
Samsung Electronics, which was selected as supplier for a Korea Communications Commission's business to provide TVs to people who are visually and hearing impaired, will supply 15,000 TVs by the end of the year.
Korea launched its first military satellite into space Tuesday morning aboard a U.S. rocket, heralding a new era for the country’s national security.
The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) has fined Korea's three mobile carriers a combined total of 51.2 billion won ($42.8 million) for offering illegal kickbacks to customers that bought 5G phones last year.
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday slammed the United States for “interfering” in inter-Korean relations after the U.S. State Department expressed disappointment with Pyongyang’s decision to sever relations with the South...
The U.S. State Department Tuesday said it was disappointed with North Korea’s decision to cut communications with South Korea and urged the regime to return to diplomatic talks.
North Korea severed all communication with South Korea at noon Tuesday after its state media reported Pyongyang would henceforth regard Seoul as an “enemy.”