South Korea confirms first case of SARS-like virus from China
South Korea on Monday confirmed its first case of the SARS-like virus that is spreading in China, as concerns mount about a wider outbreak.
Seoul rebukes US envoy over Moon comments
South Korea's presidential office on Friday publicly rebuked the US ambassador for urging consultations over President Moon Jae-in's plans for joint projects with the nuclear-armed North, calling his remarks "very inappropriate".
'Son-aldo!': Mourinho salutes South Korean's wonder-goal
Jose Mourinho hailed Son Heung-min's wonder-strike in Tottenham's 5-0 thrashing of Burnley as the best goal he has seen since an equally stunning effort from Brazilian legend Ronaldo.
Till death do I stay single: South Korea's #NoMarriage women
"I'm a straight woman who is no longer interested in having relationships with men."
Pentagon denies report U.S. mulls pulling up to 4,000 troops from South Korea
The U.S. on Thursday denied a South Korean news report that it was considering withdrawing up to 4,000 troops from South Korea if it does not pay more for maintaining a 28,500-U.S. contingent deterring North Korean aggression.
What do you do when the sick refuses the needed medication
In ancient times, as our people say, when the sick perceive their sickness, they sought the Babalawo, the father of knowledge. He might be female and knowledgeable in the area of sickness.
Moon, Abe hold 'friendly' talks on ASEAN sidelines
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday held their first talks for more than a year on the sidelines of a regional summit in Thailand, Moon's office said, with the neighbours' relationship in dire straits.
World's biggest trade deal to be delayed to 2020
The signing of the world's largest trade pact will likely be kicked back to 2020, according to a draft statement by Southeast Asian leaders, delaying a deal craved by China to offset a painful tariff war with the US.
Three bodies found after South Korean helicopter crash near disputed islets
South Korean rescuers located three bodies believed to be among seven who went missing after their chopper crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from islets disputed with Japan, officials said Saturday. The helicopter had just picked an injured fisherman up from Dokdo, which is known as Takeshima in Japan when it went down on Thursday night.