President Moon Jae-in said that there is “no reason for confrontation” between the two Koreas Tuesday, a day after the restoring of cross-border hotlines, stressing the importance of co-prosperity with the North.
Seoul’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday there have been no reports of any Korean casualties in Lebanon after a massive explosion in Beirut killed more than 100 people and injured thousands of others.
Protests in the United States over the killing of an unarmed African-American man by a police officer in Minneapolis has led to property damage of 79 Korean-run businesses across the nation.
Following a backlash over requirements that foreign residents obtain re-entry permits and health certificates to return to Korea, the Ministry of Justice on Monday revised its guidelines to allow leeway for foreign journalists and businesspeople.
A young South Sudanese girl and her father, after a monthslong voyage across four countries to search for a way to remove an iron fragment from the child’s chest, finally arrived in Seoul Wednesday with a group of over 130 stranded Koreans
A 5-year-old Korean girl living in India made it back to Korea for leukemia treatment Tuesday, Children’s Day, with the cooperation of India and Japan, although it was an odyssey. The child was diagnosed last week with acute leukemia by a hospital