Lee Jong-joo, the first female spokesman of the Unification Ministry, speaks during a press conference at the government complex in central Seoul Monday. Lee was inaugurated the previous day as the very first woman spokesman...
President Moon Jae-in on Monday delivered a riposte to allegations he offered to build North Korea a nuclear power plant in years past, warning the opposition not to resort to politics of a bygone era to foment divisions during a time of crisis.
The deputy chief of Seoul’s Ministry of Unification on Sunday defended a controversial new law criminalizing the distribution of anti-Pyongyang propaganda at the inter-Korean border, justifying the ban as a lawful move...
South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party (DP) on Monday again used its large majority in the National Assembly to pass a contentious bill banning the sending of propaganda leaflets to North Korea, in spite of protests by the opposition and reproaches...
Seoul’s top inter-Korean agency is seeking a wholesale exemption for humanitarian aid from United Nations sanctions on North Korea, a senior official said Tuesday.
Seoul’s top inter-Korean agency said Monday it is in negotiations with the World Food Programme (WFP) to be reimbursed for the cost of sending 50,000 tons of rice aid to North Korea which Pyongyang refused to take.
Responding to a United Nations inquiry, South Korea on Sunday said it complied with international human rights laws during its recent inspections of North Korean defector organizations in the country.
South Korea's top inter-Korean official Monday called for communications to be restored between the two Koreas, saying Seoul must move on from the North's demolition of its liaison office in Kaesong in June.
Minister of Unification Lee In-young said Seoul was ready to follow through on its peace initiatives with Pyongyang no matter the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, in remarks ahead of a ribbon-cutting ceremony to reopen tours to Panmunjom.
Tours to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) suspended due to Covid-19 and African swine fever outbreaks will resume next month, said South Korea’s Ministry of Unification on Monday.