South Korea and the United States will kick off their combined military exercises next week, though the drills are set to be scaled back as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Korean Air Lines is supplying six drones to the Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) in late October, the company said Thursday.
South Korea announced Tuesday all restrictions on its use of solid-fuel rockets had been lifted, vastly increasing the country’s military and space potential.
South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense on Tuesday said it will carry out combined military exercises with the United States this summer, despite concerns with the Covid-19 pandemic and deteriorating relations with North Korea.
A North Korean defector did return home several days ago, as claimed by Pyongyang Sunday, but whether he brought the coronavirus with him was not confirmed.
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.
Unification minister nominee Lee In-young said he hoped Seoul and Washington would postpone combined military exercises this summer for the sake of diplomacy with North Korea.
Onew from boy band SHINee was discharged from the military on Monday after finishing his mandatory military service. "I finished my military service on July 20, 2020, and was discharged from the military," Onew said in a voice message posted on ...
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over a Central Military Commission (CMC) meeting to discuss bolstering the country’s war deterrent, according to state media on Sunday.
For the first time, the Korean government approved a form of alternative public service for conscientious objectors to mandatory military service, according to the Military Manpower Administration (MMA).