North Korea's 'army of beauties' set to invade South
Chosen for their good looks and sharp moves, North Korea's female cheerleaders are a marked contrast to the regime's menacing nuclear ambitions.
South Korea govt sends bitcoin on rollercoaster ride
Bitcoin and other virtual currencies were sent on rollercoaster rides in South Korea Thursday as the government said it was planning to ban cryptocurrency exchanges, before later backtracking.
Trump, Moon signal openness for talks with N. Korea
President Donald Trump is open to the US holding talks with North Korea "under the right circumstances," the White House said Wednesday after South Korean President Moon Jae-In signalled a willingness to sit down with Kim Jong-Un. Signs of a potential cooling following months of red-hot tensions on the Korean Peninsula came the day after…
South Korea's Moon willing to hold summit with Kim Jong-Un
South Korean President Moon Jae-In said Wednesday he would be willing to sit down with the North's leader Kim Jong-Un, as the international community welcomed an agreement for Pyongyang to send its athletes to the Winter Olympics in the South.
South Korea's Park 'took money from spy agency'
Ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye was charged Thursday with accepting millions of dollars worth of bribes from the state spy agency, news reports said.
Taiwanese businessman probed over North Korea oil sales
A Taiwanese businessman is under investigation on suspicion of selling oil to North Korea in violation of UN sanctions, prosecutors said Thursday, reportedly in connection to a ship seized by South Korea.
South Korea seizes Hong Kong ship for oil transfer to North Korea
South Korea briefly seized and inspected a Hong Kong-registered ship in November for transferring oil products to a North Korean vessel and breaching UN sanctions, a foreign ministry official said Friday.
South Korea seeks US military drill delay for Olympics
South Korean President Moon Jae-In has proposed delaying annual joint military exercises with the US in an attempt to ease tensions with the nuclear-armed North during next year's Winter Olympics.
South Korea prosecutors seek 25 years for ex-president's friend
The powerful secret confidante at the centre of the sprawling corruption scandal that brought down South Korean president Park Geun-Hye should spend the next quarter of a century in prison, prosecutors demanded Thursday.