Hyundai Heavy orders slump to $4.1 billion
South Korean shipbuilding major Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) said its orders for the first half of 2016 showed a downwards trend to $4.1 billion.
South Korea anti-trust agency probes Google
South Korea's anti-trust agency is investigating Google for alleged abuse of its market dominance, a report said Thursday, a week after the EU filed anti-trust charges against the US tech giant.
China protests over US deploying missile system in South Korea
China lodged protests with US and South Korean ambassadors Friday over their countries' decision to deploy an American missile defence system to counter threats from North Korea, a move Beijing said would damage regional security.
India partners South Korea, Japan on LNG deal
India has restarted talks on a liquefied natural gas (LNG) purchasing alliance with Japan and South Korea and may also include China as Asian demand for the fuel grows.
Siasia names team for Suwon Invitational tourney today
National U-23 team Coach, Samson Siasia, is expected to announce the players that will represent the country at the Suwon Invitational Tournament in South Korea, today.
N. Korea says its proposed talks with South could prevent 'war'
North Korea on Saturday suggested holding a preparatory meeting with South Korea ahead of proposed military talks between the two foes that it said could "prevent in advance a second Korean war."
North Korean leader says will only use nuclear weapons if attacked
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un told a rare ruling party congress that his country was a "responsible" nuclear weapons state, with a no first-use policy and a commitment to non-proliferation, state media reported Sunday.
South Korea's President accepts PM resignation
South Korea's President Park Geun-Hye on Monday accepted the resignation of her prime minister over a widening bribery scandal
South Korea presidential aides embroiled in corruption scandal
South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s close aides and some strong politicians are embroiled in a corruption scandal as their names were listed on a suicide note left behind by Sung Wan-jong. Sung a former ruling party lawmaker and businessman committed suicide on Thursday. The presidential office said on Monday in Seoul through Cheong Wa Dae…