Foreign Minister Park Jin said he intends to use his visit to China as an opportunity to expand channels of communications between the countries. “Strategic competition between the United States and China is intensifying, and factors that threaten...
Korean Defense Minister Lee Jong-sup makes his first visit to Camp Humphreys in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi, since he took office in May, accompanied by U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) Commander Gen. Paul LaCamera.
President Yoon Suk-yeol must change the way he talks and walks, and what he wears, if necessary. As an approval rating reflects public sentiment, it must not be dismissed.
Education Minister Park Soon-ae provoked another controversy by saying that she could return to academia next March after serving as education minister for eight months.
The entire world is having tough times after the pandemic and the start of the Ukraine war. South and North Korea under such harsh circumstances must have dialogue and cooperate to tackle challenges first.
Granting special pardons to business leaders would help the economy, according to the finance minister.
Teachers, parents and civic groups are warning the government they're not keen on lowering the school entrance age from six years old to five.
Lee Ki-sik, commissioner of the Military Manpower Administration, said on Monday that the administration was “reviewing the military service exemption for BTS from various aspects” and that “for now, we are looking at the matter within the overall...
Korea will take pre-emptive measures to prevent market volatility in the wake of the U.S. Federal Reserve's 75-basis-point rate increase Wednesday, Finance Minister Choo Kyung-ho said.
Prime Minister Han Duck-soo announced Wednesday that he will propose pardons for businesspeople to President Yoon Suk-yeol.