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National
Ahn's Soaring Popularity Unstoppable
Ahn Beats Moon, Others in Nearly All Recent Polls
Ahn Cheol-Soo of People's Party is beating Moon Jae-In of The Minjoo Party of Korea in various opinion polls conducted on the major candidates for the coming presidential election, according ...

Tunisia Marks 61st Independence in Seoul
Amb. Mohamed Ali Nafti Hugely Popular among Locals
Tunisian Ambassador to South Korea Mohamed Ali Nafti hosted a dinner reception at the Lotte Hotel in downtown Seoul at 6:30 p.m. on March 20 (Monday), 2017 to mark his country's 61st anniversary of ...

Issue Brief
THAAD and Shifting Korean Public Opinion toward the US and China

By Kim Jiyoon, John J. Lee, Kang Chungku
The deployment of THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) on the Korean Peninsula is rapidly changing Korea’s relationships with its two most important partners, the United ...

"It Is Fortunate That I Wasn't Born as a Korean," Ex-Japanese Envoy to Seoul Says in Column
Masatoshi Muto Stirs Controversy in South Korea
Former Japanese Ambassador to South Korea Masatoshi Muto (武藤正敏) is making a big controversy in South Korea with his remark "It is fortunate that I wasn't born as a South Korean." South Korea's ...

Older Half-Brother of N. Korean Leader Killed by Agents with Poison Needle in Malaysia
Kim Jong-Nam, older half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was assassinated by the two female spies with poison needle in Malaysia on Feb. 13 (Monday), 2017, South Korea's TV Chosun reported on ...

38th Anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution Observed in Seoul
Amb. Hassan Taherian Hosts a Rception in Seoul
Iranian Ambassador to South Korea Hassan Taherian will host a lunch reception at Lotte Hotel in downtown Seoul on Feb. 10, 2017 on the occasion of the 38th anniversary Islamic Revolution of Iran. The ...

"Russia to Take Steps If THAAD Is Deployed in S. Korea," Russian Envoy Warns in Seoul
Russian Ambassador to South Korea Alexander A. Timonin warned on Feb. 3, 2017 that Russia would take the "corresponding steps" if United States' anti-ballistic missile system of THAAD gets deployed ...

The Fire Rooster: Proclaimer of a New Reality
By Carlton U. Forbes
Staff Writer & Columnist
Most geography students know that Asia is the largest continent, with the world’s most populous countries: for example, China, India, and Indonesia. Nowadays, Asia also has the world’s fastest trains, the ...

Happy New Year from The Seoul Times
"Year of Rooster" Dawns in 2017

Roosters Symbolic of Fidelity, Punctuality in E. Asia
2017 ushers in the Year of the Rooster, or Jeongyunyon (丁酉年) in Chinese character as the Year of the Monkey draws to a close. The day of Jan. 28 (Sunday), 2017 marks the Lunar New Year's Day and the ...

Issue Briefs
Is S. Korea, Shrimp between Two Whales of US and China in Their Riverly and THAAD?

Special Contribution
By Dr. Kim Ji-Yoon
2017 is shaping up to be a critical year for the Republic of Korea (hereafter, Korea or ROK). Domestically, Koreans await the outcome of President Park Geun-hye’s impeachment which, if ...

S. Korea Ranks One of World's Top Five Energy Importers
Due to its lack of demestic energy reserves South Korea ranks among the world’s top five importers of liquefied natural gas, coal, and petroleum and other liquids and the East Asian nation has some of ...

Mr. Ban Ki-Moon Mingling with Grass Roots
Former UN Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-Moon is trying to mingle with average South Korean citizens to win their hearts for the next presidential election. Mr. Ban, now one of the most popular presidential ...

Cho Yoon-Sun Arrested Finally in S. Korea
South Korean Minister Cho Yoon-Sun of Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism was officially arrested on Jan. 21, 2017 for drawing up a blacklist of culture figures critical of current President Park Geun-Hye, ...

Keralites Marks Christmas, New Year in S. Korea
Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do: The Christmas 2016 and New Year 2017 celebrations were conducted in a grand style, as always, by the “Keralites in Suwon,”South Korea. Kerala is a South-Indian state in ...

Russian Pacific Fleet Ships Arrive in Busan
Russian Pacific Fleet's large anti-submarine warfare destroyer "Admiral Tributs" and major tanker "Boris Butoma" visited South Korea, docking at Busan Port on Jan. 13, 2017 in a friendly visit to the Asia ...

Mr. Ban Ki-Moon Officially Declares That He Will Run for President in Press Conference
Mr. Ban Ki-Moon to Arrive in Seoul on Jan. 12
Rev. In Myung-Jin at Helm of Saving S. Korea's Ruling Saenuri Party
Park Geun-Hye Unwilling to Communicate
S. Korean Political Parties Woo UN Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-Moon As Their Presidential Candidate
Cho Yoon-Sun under Probe for Drawing Up Blacklist of Anti-Park Geun-Hye Culture Figures
Jung Yu-Ra's Passport to Be Nullified Soon
Seocho, Winner of "2016 Seoripul Festival"
Dog Meat to Disappear from Moran Market
N. Korean Diplomat Analyzes "Park Geun-Hye & Choi Sun-Sil: AVA Diplomatic News Agency
"S. Korea Not Backward But President Is!"
Ex-Saenuri Chairman to Lead Parliamentary Procedure to Impeach President Park Geun-Hye
S. Korea Shouts "Down with Park Geun-Hye!"
"All S. Koreans Calling for Park's Step Down"
Trump's Victory to Drastically Alter US-S. Korean Military, Economic Ties
Mogul-Turned Politician Becomes US President
US Envoy Seen Walking His Dog at Protest Area
"Park Geun-Hye Should Step Down from Power"
Tibetan Monk Rinpoche to Visit Seoul on Nov. 4
Japanese Scholar Apologizes to Comfort Women in Front of Japanese Embassy in Seoul
South Korea's Moran Market Dog Merchants Excoriated by Animal Lovers
“North Korean People Have No Effective Leadersship,” Says S. Korean Ambassador
Hope Restored As Jackline Mwende Gets Prosthetics Limbs at LG HQ, in S. Korea
6th TAFISA World Sport for All Games in Jakarta
"Unidos Por La Literatura" Enraptures Locals
Kenyans Living in Korea Elect New Leaders during Chuseok
"Framing Bilateral Relations in Northeast Asia through an Historical Lens" Held in Seoul
Singapore's 51st National Day Marked in Seoul
Bolivia's Independence Day Marked in Seoul
N. Korean Diplomats in Dire Economic Situation
Peru Marks Its 195th Independence Day in Seoul
Scorching Heat Wave Hits South Korea
Hyon Gak (玄覺) Sunim Excoriates Korean Buddhism for Seeking Only Money
Swiss National Day Marked at Grand Hilton
ICC to Host Kalaripayattu Workshop-Cum-Presentation in Seoul on Aug. 1, 2016
Maestro Chung Myung-Whun under Probe
USS-Ohio Class Nuke Sub Arrives in Busan
Downpour Hits Many Roads in Seoul
bRexit: a Denial of History
6-Term Opposition Lawmaker Chung Sye-Kyun Elected as Speaker of National Assembly
Yasumasa Nagamine(長嶺安政) to Be Next Japanese Ambassador to South Korea
With Global Power Comes Global Responsibility
Bae Seon-Woo Wins "E1 Charity Open 2016" Held at Pheonix Spring in S. Korea's Icheon
S. Korea, Tunisia Sign MOU for Cooperation in E-Government
Morocco's Urbanism Minister Driss Merroun Now in S. Korea to Seek Ways of Cooperation
Welcome to Africa Madam President!
Choi Byung-Ho to Lead K-Wave Worldwide
S. Korea's Air Quality, Worst in World
Light of Truth Shines in S. Korea on Buddha's Birthday on May 14, 2016
Bolivia Joins "Seoul Food 2016" at Kintex, Ilsan
Korean Air Chairman Cho Yang-Ho Sued for Insulting, Defaming His Own Pilots
Dr. Ra Jong-Yil's New Book Reveals What Really Happened to Son in Law of Late Kim Il-Sung
Bangladesh Envoy Meets with Local Press
Opposition Camps Victorious, President Park Geun-Hye's Conservative Saenuri Party Abandoned by Voters in South Korea
A Group of 4,500 Chinese Tourists Visit S. Korea
Landlocked Bolivia Yearns for Outlet to Ocean
Tunisia Marks 60th Independence in Seoul
Nigerian Pastor Comes to Seoul to Warn against Dangers of Radical Muslims
Rep. Chung Sye-Kyun Seeking 6th Term to Save S. Korea, Inter-Korea Ties from Park's Gov't
Seoul Young Leaders Club (SYLC) Launches "Better Seoul" to Improve Capital of S. Korea
Jongnogu, Center of Tourism for Foreigners
My Take on “Hell Joseon” Narrative
A New, Post-Sunshine Policy Paradigm?
Ambassador Gello of Kenya Graces Kenyans Seollal Gathering in Seoul
World Buddhist Sages Gather in S. Korea
"Year of Monkey" Dawns in 2016
Alasitas Fair Celebrated in Seoul
Rep. Yoon Sang-Hyun Elected Chairman of Chungcheong Forum in S. Korea
"Black January" Remembered in Seoul
Altruistic Woman Politician to Run for National Assembly in Seoul
Too Little, Too Late, Too Wrong
Costa Rica Blames N. Korea's Nuclear Test
N. Korea Announces Successful Hydrogen Bomb Nuclear Test
An Open Letter to Mayor Park Won-Soon!
Tunisian Embassy Hosts Event to Mark Its Winning of "2015 Nobel Peace Prize" in Seoul
Elder Statesman Lee Man-Sup Dies at 83
44th UAE National Day Celebrated in Seoul
Roundtable Held at Uzbek Embassy in Seoul on Role of Its Constitution
The Splendor That Is Korea
How and Why Did Snakes Lose Their Legs?
Prof. Kim Han's Last Public Lecture on William Shakespeare Draws Huge Audience in Seoul
Thoughts for a United Peninsula
Sungshin Students Lectured by Editor of The Seoul Times on Role of Journalism
New Italian Ambassador Marco della Seta to Attend "Italy-Korea Science Club" in Seoul
Deputy Chairwoman Svetlana Artikova of Uzbek Senate Attends Round-Table at Hanyang Univ.
Hard-Core Activist Excoriates Politicians
Can We Give Up Nuclear Power?
Kenyans Gather for Talks, Fun in Seoul on Occasion of Chuseok Holiday
Papua New Guinea (PNG) Marks 40th Independence Day in Seoul
Villagers Mistreated by Local Governor
Kenya Community Holds Historical Retreat in Busan
Saenuri Party Chairman Kim Moo-Sung to Visit Washington DC, NYC, LA
1st-Ever "North Korean-English Parallel Study Bible" Bublished in Seoul
Diaspora Bonding: East African Countries Meet at Seoul National University for Sports Day
Pro-Park Geun-Hye Lawmakers Blamed for Trying to Remove Floor Leader Yoo Seung-Min
Multi-Lingual Envoy Speaks about Popularity of Korean Culture in Romania
Celebrating Yeats 150 in Seoul
"10th CBMC VIP Golf Event for Handicapped" to Kick Off in Changwon City in South Korea
World Education Forum Could Enrich Multicultural Education
Mayor Suh Promoting Busan in Europe
"2015 FICC Wanju Rally" Slated for This Summer
Dutch Football Chief Michael Van Praag, Head Coach Guus Hiddink Arrive in Seoul
"Europe Day 2015" Celebrated in Seoul
Is Floyd Mayweather a "Bad Role Model" and "Bad for Boxing?"
S. Korea to Raise 10 Bil. Won to Help Nepal Overcome Tragic Quake
Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Meets Foreigners
Bolivia Envoy Devoted to Boosting Mutual Ties
2 Local Guards Killed in IS Shooting Spree
Religion Gone Wrong Vs. Religion Gone Right
Tunisia Marks 59th Independence Day in Seoul
Project Manager Wanted for US MEDCOM
Late German Prof. Ulrich Beck Remembered in Seoul in Special Ceremony
Town Meetings for Foreign Residents of Seoul
Protection of Diplomats
US Envoy Knifed by Activist in Seoul
Welcome Year of the Sheep: Year of Peace 2015
S. Korea's PR Guru Kim Kyong-Hae to Speak at World Communications Forum in Davos
"Valentine's Day"
The Solution to Learning English
Hangeul: A Reassessment
Mr. Charles Hay MVO Appointed New British Envoy to S. Korea
Romanian Tourism Event, Wine Tasting Held
Far Away from the Truth -- The Awaited Reaction of North Korea
King Sejong and Hangeul
Moon Rising, Park Declining
An Ode to the People of Korea
Baloons, Drones, Satire, and Free Speech
The Worrisome State of Religion
Terror as Tool of Censorship
A Very Happy New Year 2015!
"Year of Blue Sheep" Dawns
Rep. Jasmine Lee Hosts Roundtable for Better Treatment of Multi-Cultural Language Teachers
Carter Center Petitions S. Korean Court to Save Lee Seok-Ki Charged under Nat’l Security Law
"Magic Gun" Dominates S. Korea’s University Baseball Games in Recent Years
The First Step is Admitting That It's Torture
Boxing Beautifully on Jeju Island
N. Korean State Engaging in Genocide Against Prison Camp Inmates
TOEIC ® Program’s "Why English Matters" Roundtable Explores Role of English Proficiency
GRE ® Program’s Pipeline to Graduate and Business Schools Grows 7 Percent
Turkmenistan Marks 23rd Anniversary of Its Independence in Seoul
Angola Marks 39th Independence Day in Seoul
12 foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog
None of My Business
China to Overtake US as Superpower: Chinese Academic at TAF Roundtable in Seoul
Seoul Language School Director Hits Out at S. Korean Government Policy on English Teaching
Asia Foundation to Host Roundtable in Seoul
Korea's Unknown Sports Star
Kenyans in S. Korea Celebrate Life, Times of Their Outgoing Ambassador
Columban Sisters to Host Annual Bazaar
Uruguay Marks 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Establishment with S. Korea
The Annals of the Chosun Dynasty
Highest-paid Athlete Floyd Mayweather Seeks 47th Straight Victory This Weekend
Indonesian Embassy to Host Forum in Seoul
Crisis Management Manual, the Bible of Crisis Management
Korean Hero Yi Sun-Sin Hits the Big Time
The Significance of "First Statement"
Singapore's 49th National Day Marked in Seoul
Science and Technology to Prevent and Respond to CBRN Disasters: ROK and US Perspectives
Oxford Vice Chancellor Andrew Hamilton to Come to S. Korea for Academic Cooperation
The Catholic Martyrs of Korea
Cote d'Ivoire 2014 Independence Day Celebrated in Seoul
189th Anniversary of Bolivia's Independence Day Celebrated in Seoul
Pope Francis Arrives in Seoul for 4-Day Visit
Meaningless Slogans
“Colors of Morocco” Impresses Local Koreans
Morocco's 2014 “Throne Day” Marked in Seoul
Sewol Ferry Tragedy & Multinationals in Korea
Mission Hills Hosts Historic Seoul Seminar
“Stop Killing Our Children”: Palestinian Envoy
Highest Taiwanese Envoy Arrives in Seoul
“Bastille Day” Celebrated in Seoul
Belarus “Independence Day” Marked in Seoul
Lotte Hotel’s Cancellation of Venue for Japanese National Day Causes Big Confusion
Prof. Kim Han’s Life Devoted to Shakespeare
“Day of Russia” Marked in Seoul
How Korea Called a "Religious Laboratory?"
Bridges over the Han River: A Tale of Two Cities
Jordan Marks 68th Independence Day in Seoul
Democracy in Action in Seoul
"Sweden Day 2014" Celebrated in Seoul
Police Say Speeding Found to Be Cause of Late Lebanese Envoy’s Car Accident
Azerbaijan Marks 96th “Republic Day” in Seoul
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Visits Seoul
An Open Letter to Administrator of Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA)
Dr. Guy Sorman Asks Koreans for More Philanthropy
Seo Jai Pil, Founder of “The Independent”
Nepalese FM Urges for Stronger Cooperation
Heritage President to Speak on “A Conservative Viewpoint on Washington's Policy Debates”
Rep. Chung Mong-Joon Selected As Official Candidate of Sanuri Party for Seoul Mayor
Dongguk Alumni Console “Sewol” Victim
Pakistani Embassy Postpones “Mehndi Function” due to Ferry Accident
Korean "Oxbridge" Forum Inaugurated in Seoul
The Waters of Seoul -- Han River
"How We Will Remember You"
Kim Gu, Independence Fighter
“Freedom Day” Marked in Seoul
Irish Embassy Seeks Temporary Post "Attaché"
Cho Yoon-Sun under Fire for “Showy Manner”
Death Tolls Swell to 150 with 152 Others Missing
Professor Serves as Bridge between Romania and S. Korea
Condolence Message from Nigeria
“Sudden Veering,” Cause of Ferry Capsizing
Death Tolls Rise to 58 in Ferry Accident
Korean Local Government Has Matured, Reflecting Shift to Democracy
Senegal Marks 54th Independence Day
Tunisia Marks 58th National Day in Seoul
Mr. Guy Sorman Speaks on “Philanthropy and Welfare” at Breakfast Forum in Seoul
Seoul Subway Forces Senior Expats to Subsidize Operating Losses
Cherry Blossoms Open 2 Weeks Earlier
Syngman Rhee, 1st President of Republic of Korea
Ernest Bethell -- Champion of a Free Press
CAU Kid’s Global Club for Expat Kids in Seoul
The Seoul Times Shuts Down Bulletin Board
Aspiring Global Leaders
St. Patrick’s Day in S. Korea
Homer Hulbert – A Foreign Korean Patriot
Korea's Own "Mini Winter Olympics"
Scandal, Fraud, and Death of Figure Skating
Alan C. Heyman Dies at 83
Poverty Kills Mother, 2 Daughters in Seoul
Possible Sexual Enslavement of Women in Jagalmadang in Daegu
The Ship of Miracles
Happy "Valentine's Day"
Cheongwadae -- A Blue-Hued Power House
Sri Lanka Marks 66th Independence Day
Smoking Goes Electronic
ROAD Fighting Championship in Seoul
The Seoul Times to Serialize "Past and Present"
Christian Seminar on Japan to Be Held in Seoul
India's 65th Republic Day Observed in Seoul
Dr. Lee Ki-Su Hosts Seminar on “Peace Line” Declared by Founding President Syngman Rhee
Start of Something New
"It's Time to Aid N. Korea's Dissidents"
ITF in Seoul to Support Rail Strikers
US Vice President Biden Speaks in Seoul
An Exemplary Life
Revamp Media’s Perspective of Foreigners
Romanian Envoy Marks Its National Day in Seoul with Concert
More Election Fraud Revealed by Prosecutors
Wild Boars Frequent Urban Areas in S. Korea
The Seoul Times Welcomes Contributions
Late Actress Choi Jin-Shil’s Tragedy Endures
Panama Marks Independence Day in Seoul
The Annals of Kings and Presidents
Robert Redford Says No to Naval Base Construction on Jeju Island
Pastor of World’s Largest Church under Probe by His Own Edlers for Massive Embezzlement
Cultural Values in Korea
Of Dukes and Hazard
Korea's Fighting Spirit: Remembering Boxer Kim Duk-Koo
State Visit -- Tripping the Light Fantastic
Canada-Korea Arctic Policy Symposium
Dr. Scott W. Harold to Speak on “CJK FTA’s Role in China’s Geo-Strategic Trade Policy”
Daniel Henney Fights for Homeless Animals
“Ice Hockey World Championship 2014” to Be Held in Minsk, Belarus
Envoy Promotes Georgian Wine
Gangnamgu Mayor Shin Yeon-Hee to Visit ROK Navy’s 2nd Fleet Headquarters
Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon Awards Honorary Citizenship to 14 Foreigners
British Foreign Secretary William Hague in Seoul
S. Korean Student Wins Award in Australia
Romanian Language Speech Contest in Seoul
N. Korea Prison Camp Escapee Reveals Reality
Ireland House Seeks Economic Officer
Nigerian Nollywood: A Positive Tool for Korea-African Cultural Diplomacy
Denmark World’s No. 1 Happiest Country
The Arirang Mass Games, Rungrado May Day Arena Pyongyang, North Korea
As Heat Wave Continues, Could Ice Cream Help You Stay Cool, Lose Fat, and Feel Happy?
Miscarriage of Justice
North Korea -- A Unique Place to Visit
Belarus’ Independence Day Marked in Seoul
Korea Welcomes Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, by Cirque du Soleil
2013 "Day of Russia" Celebrated in Seoul
S. Korean President Park Geun-Hye Tours Indian Pavilion at Seoul Int'l Book Fair (SIBF)
Jordan's Independence Day Marked in Seoul
Celebrity Pandas, Tigers Hog Extinction Limelight
Georgia Marks Independence Day in Seoul
North Korea’s Legacy of Terrorism
"Dwight School Seoul" Reaches International Baccalaureate World School Status
KPGA and European Tour Host "Korean Qualifiers"
Azerbaijan Celebrates 95th Anniversary of Its “Republic Day” in Seoul
Nepal’s 6th Anniversary of “Republic Day” Celebrated in Seoul
EU Marks 50th Anniversary in Ceremony
President Park’s Speech Enthralls US Congress
65th Anniversary of Israel’s Independence Day Celebrated in Seoul
"Open Word Seminar" Draws Large Crowds
Seoul Government’s Employee Hangs Himself to Death over His Filipina Wife’s Spending Habit
"I Am Delighted to Be a Part of What Promises to Be a Very Exciting Week"
Bill Gates Blamed for “Rude” Manner in Seoul
Study Looks to Understand Spitting Cultures in Asia
Humankind and Nature: Both Very Destructive Forces That Need to Be Addressed
Sungkonghoe University to Host Global Seminar on Asia Pop Music
Life’s Photos of Yeosu Rebellion Published
N. Korea Warns Foreigners in Seoul to Take Measures in Case of War
Danger of War Escalates on Korean Peninsula
Oxford Univ. Vice Chancellor Andrew Hamilton Stresses “Openness” for S. Korean Varsities
Tunisia Marks 57th National Day in Seoul
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"St. Petersburg Int'l Economic Forum" to Be Held in Seoul on April 3
Famine Drives N. Korean Soldiers to China
"If I Do Not Win a Tournament in 2013, It Will Be Deemed as a Terrible Year"
Kuwait Marks 52nd National Day in Seoul
Amb. Ismail Marks 29th "Brunei Darussalam"
Dominican Republic's 169th Anniversary of Its Independence Marked in Seoul
New Global Seminar on Korean War Being Held at SungKongHoe University in Seoul March 8-9
S. Korean Rhythmic Gymnast Son Yeon-Jae Bags Bronze Medal at Moscow Grand Prix
Social Strategy to Combat School Violence
Park Guen-Hye Inaugurated as S. Korea's 18th President
Canada’s Governor General to Visit Seoul
"Czech Centre Seoul" Will Broaden Image of Czech Republic Among Local Koreans,” Says Ms. Petra Hovorkova
MARK’s 1st Annual General Meeting (AGM) to Be Held at Malaysian Embassy in Seoul on Feb. 23
CSIS Korean Chair Victor Cha Analyzes North Korea’s Third Nuclear Test
President-Elect Park Geun-Hye Designates Yun Byung-Se as Her Foreign Minister
7 Valentine Suggestions For Office Romance
Go Ahead! Make Mistakes!
Rising Number of Foreign Students Benefit from Government & University Policies
India's 64th Republic Day Celebrated in Seoul
Sports Documentary Expert, Philip Riccobono, Reveals Plan for Coverage of Korean Baseball
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Grandson of S. Korea's Wealthiest Man, Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee, Uses System for Only Poor People to Enter "Noble" School
Indian Ambassador Calls on President-Elect Madam Park Geun-Hye
Winter Special Olympics, South Korea, 2013
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Georgian Envoy Host Its Wine Tasting Dinner
Seoulites Usher in Year of Gyesa with Hope
2012 in Review: War & Peace across the Globe
49th "Jamhuri Day" Celebrated in Seoul
Park Geun-Hye Wins Presidential Election
North Korea’s Successful Rocket Launch
Maria Sharapova All Set for Her Return to Korea
North Korea’s Second Rocket Launch in 2012
S. Korean Defence Minister Kim Kwan-Jin, 10-Member Delegation Visit India
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41st UAE National Day Marked in Seoul
S. Korean Star Golfer Talks about His Life
Lebanon's Independence Day Marked in Seoul
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Algeria Marks 58th Revolution Day in Seoul
Czech Independence Day Marked in Seoul
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Lance Armstrong: A disgrace to cycling, sport, his family and himself
Cohen & Gresser Opens Its Seoul Office
Malaysia Marked 55th National Day in Seoul
Korean Formula One Grand Prix: Interview with Williams F1 Drivers
Two S. Korean Nuke Power Plants Cease Functions in Wake of Technical Problems
Ukraine Commemorates 21st Independence Day in Seoul
Saudi Arabia Marks 82nd Independence Day in Seoul
Ahn Cheol-Soo Declares Presidential Candidacy
Brazil Marks 190th Independence Day in Seoul
Dr. Lee Ki-Su Leads Lions Club Members in Clean-up Campaign in Seoul
Rep. Moon Jae-In Clinches Opposition' s Presidential Ticket
Dokdo -- Small Island That Has Become a Huge Symbol of Pride and Controversy
"It Is Not Important That I Become President," Says Prof. Ahn Chul-Soo
Dr. Lee Ki-Su Speaks at KHDI Breakfast Forum
Second Wonhyo Pilgrimage Aims to Re-enact Korean Saint’s Journey of 1,300 Years Ago
65th Anniversary of India's Independence Day Celebrated with Bazaar in Seoul
Korean Dokdo Actions Smack of Election Year Desperation by Lee Myung-Bak
Singapore Marks 47th Independence Day
Swiss National Day Marked in Seoul
Morocco's Throne Day Celebrated in Seoul
First Ever Visit of IFS Probationary Officers to South Korea
Korea-Italy Symposium on Infinite Dimensional Analysis Quantum Probability In Seoul
Shake-up in Pyongyang
5th Annual ETS Scholarship Program Recognizes South Korean Students
Colombia Marks 202nd National Day, 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties in Seoul
Big Task Awaits New African Union Leader
Venezuela Marks 201st Anniversary of Independence in Seoul
Hong Kong Marks 15th Anniversary of Transfer
"Too Lenient or the Perfect Role Model for Others to Follow?"
Bangladesh Ambassador Shahidul Islam to Leave Seoul for New Post in Paris
Korean Air's Apology Timely
German Envoy Awards Local Photographer
2012 "Day of Russia" Celebrated in Seoul
Watch Out ... Apparently Foreigners in Korea Are HIV Positive
Indian Naval Ships' Goodwill Visit to Busan
"We Don't Want N. Korea to Collapse" Lee Says
A Sensationalized North Korea
German Athlete Betty Heidler to Visit S. Korea
BIE Head Praises UAE Pavilion at Expo
Ignorance Shown towards Suicide in Korea
"Dancing Dragons" to Be Built in Yongsan
9 Days in N. Korea: True Vietnamese Account
South Korea Retains Internet Speed Crown with 17.5 Mbps
UAE Minister Stresses Ties with S. Korea
S. Korea's MOFAT Helps Poor, Elderly
Diplomatic Academy Set Up for New Diplomats
How Your Eyes Deceive You
India, S. Korea Simplify, Speed Up Visa Procedures
German Envoy Stresses Cooperation in Speech
Usain Bolt Ready for London Olympics
Darren Clarke Looks Forward to Trip to S. Korea
"Swiss Weeks in Seoul" and Others Take Place
President Kim Yoon-Soo Lays Basis for CNU
Spreading Ideas in South Korea
Helping "Students Find Their Voices"
Tunisia's 56th National Day Marked in Seoul
EU Elder Statesman Warns of Greedy Capitalism
Business Grows between Kuwait and S. Korea
Thierry Mariani Calls for More Use of Its Ports
Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra to Visit S. Korea
Dominican Republic Marks 168th Independence
News Media Laud Press Officer Doe Phil-Young of German Embassy in Seoul
Swedish MP to Speak on Welfare in Seoul
28th "Brunei Darussalam" Marked in Seoul
“Korea Full of Tigers A Century Ago”
Unspoken Love
Kenya and S. Korea Strengthen Economic Ties
North Korea Prepares Largest Military Parade
"Made in Korea 2012" Abu Dhabi Exhibition to Entice S. Korean Businesses
Disgruntled Businesses Attack President Lee
One of S. Korea’s Gold Medal Prospects Is Looking to Continue Defying the Odds
All 34 Koreans on Board of Capsized Italian Cruise Ship Are Safe
Ukrainian Diplomat Booked by Yongsan Police for Drunk Driving
In Retrospect
Art Review: The Madness of "Dear Leader"
Old Soldier Stresses Anti-Communism
“China Should Play Bigger Role in Inter-Korean Affairs,” Says KHDI Chairman Chang Man-Key
Jangshin University in Seoul Best Option for Would-Be Church Leaders
S. Korea Should Be Main Palyer of N. Korean Puzzle after Kim Jong-Il
Malaysia's Role in "Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea"
Lecture on Dr. Syngman Rhee to Be Held
Kim Jong-Un Labeled "the Great Successor"
"N. Korean Leader Kim Jong-Il Dies of Fatigue"
Fast Changing Nature of South Korean Culture
"Polish-German Relations since 1945" -- Korea-Japan Future Ties to Be Explored in Seminar
Irish Funds Industry Association Visits Seoul
ETS Announces 2012 Academic Scholarship Program in Korea
College Entry Exams and Inconsolable Desire
"UNESCO Creative Cities Network Conference, Seoul 2011" Held on Nov. 16-17
In the Footsteps of Wonhyo: A 21st Century Pilgrimage
Algeria Marks 57th Revolution Day in Seoul
German Minister in Seoul for Trade Mission
Colin Powell to Serve as Keynote Speaker at GW Global Fourm-Seoul to Be Held March 16-17
Finding Opportunities on Rough Road Ahead
Czech Republic Celebrates Independence Day
The Young and Unsatisfied?
Smiles on Their Faces, Steel in Their Spines
When Money Ruins Deams of Marital Happiness
Park Won-Soon Elected as Seoul Mayor
"2011 Global HR Forum" to Kick Off for 3-Day Run in Seoul on Nov. 1, 2011
2nd Asia-Pacific Regional Forum on ICT Human Capacity Development Being Held in Incheon
South Korean Experience Inspires Foreigners to Form Environmental Group
Day of Germany Unity Marked in Seoul
Opening of COOP HIMMELB(L)AU's Cinema Center in Busan, South Korea
Ireland to Offer 4 Scholarships to Korean Teachers of English to Study in Ireland
Joint Conference on Impacts of Climate Change to Be Cohosted by Germany Embassy in Seoul
1st Korea-Italy Symposium on Genetic, Nongenetic Determinants of Successful Aging
Chilean National Day Marked in Seoul
Azeri Envoy to US Protests to US Congress
54th "Hari Merdeka" Celebrated in Seoul
Fr. PJ McGlinchey Devotes LIfe to Jeju Island
IAAF False Start Rule Rips Athletes of Their True Being
Record Holder David Rudisha Gives Kenya a Gold Medal in Daegu IAAF Championships
Chemistry & Ethics: Lecture to Be Held at Yonsei University
Singapore 46th Independence Day Marked in Seoul with Hundreds of Well-wishers Attending
AIDS Epidemic at a Critical Juncture in Asia-Pacific Region
Dr. Durkop Will Leave Seoul After Finishing His Duty As KAS Regional Representative
Kenyans & Ethiopians: Rivals on Track and Friends on Terraces
Kenyans Make History in Marathon Sweep
Kenyans Awed by Daegu Ahead of IAAF World Championships
Top 10 Designs Chosen for Int'l Online Vote on Human Rights Logo
12th Throne Day of Morocco Marked in Seoul
ASEAN's 44th Birthday Marked in Seoul
Chingu Chat with Sheetal Makhan
Chung Chang-Ho Appointed as New Pre-Trial Chamber Judge
S. Korea Wins Bid to Host 2018 Winter Olympics
Kenya, KCK Animates Seoul in Cultural Event
Beijing Acts Like North Korea's Defense Lawyer in Court of Public Opinion
Are You in Korea? Ask Koreans!
"China Is the Key Factor for Korean Unification"
Italy's National Day Celebrated in Seoul
Sung Kim to Become US Ambassador to Korea
Azerbaijan National Day Observed in Seoul
Position Director-General of Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Is Urgently Sought
S. Korea Ranks 50th in 2011 Global Peace Index
Indonesia Buys $400M of Korean Jets
N. Koreans Achieve Success in South
Israel's 63rd Independence Day Marked in Seoul
"Il Sole" Italian Restaurant Hosts Pizza Party for Orphans in Busan on Children's Day
Gigantic Catfish Caught in Imjin River
United Arab Emirates' 35th Armed Forces Day Marked in Seoul
Vietnam Amb. Tran Trong Toan Marks Vietnam-Korea Cultural Exchange Day in Seoul
Dr. Sohn Hak-Kyu Wins Bi-Elections and Rises as Opposition Camp's Presidential Candidate
ACT’s Robert Lanza to Speak at Stem Cell Symposium in Seoul on April 29
Foreigners Learn Buddhist Culture in S. Korea
Belief in Supreme Being Strong Worldwide: Poll
"Pyongyang Filled with Well-Dressed People and Many Vehicles," Says Dr. Colin Duerkop
Netizens Angry Over Shilla’s Ban on Hanbok
ETS Announces "2011 Scholarship Program"
New Singapore Envoy Peter Tan Visits LFP Chairman Lee Hoi-Chang at National Assembly
Bangladesh's 40th Nat'l Day Marked in Seoul
NRI’s Dandi 2.0
Don't Forget Your Best Friends When Disaster Strikes
Only Asians Eat Dog Meat?
27 N. Koreans Repatriated by Sea
Busan Spartans Battle for First Victory in Korean Foreigner Football League
Breaking Preconception for the Disabled
71st “Resolution Day” Marked in Seoul
Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to Visit Seoul in April
Korean Celebrities Take Quick Actions for Heartbroken Neighbors
FCCI Members to Convene in Seoul March 20-23
Seoul Sends Rescue Team to Quake Hit Japan
S. Korea Expands Probe into Diplomats' Sex Scandals in Shanghai
Chinese Hackers Stole S. Korean Documents on Spy Drones: Lawmaker
Stricter Rules on Int'l Marriages to Take Effect
N. Korean Paper Calls for Unconditional Inter-Korean Talks
Gov't Convenes Emergency Meeting on Situation in Africa, Middle East
S. Korean Web Sites Suffer DDoS Attack
S.Korean President Lee Says Seoul Wants 'Open-Minded' Talks with P'yang
S. Korea Vows to Carry Out U.N. Sanctions against Libya
N. Korea Threatens to Shoot Directly at S. Korean Border Facilities
S. Korea Not Facing Oil Supply Problem
27th "Brunei Darussalam" Marked in Seoul
Major Human Rights Forum Being Held in Seoul
Intruders Turn Out as S. Korean Agents
Philippine Envoy Arrives in Taipei on Fence-mending Mission
S. Korean Watchdog Suspends 4 Savings Banks
S. Korea's World's No. 2 Mission Work Causes Frictions with Islamic Countries
"Comfort Women" Tell Their Story in Documentary Film
IOC Team to Visit PyeongChang over 2018 Olympics Bid
Russian Diplomatic Service Day Marked in Seoul
Inter-Korean Military Talks End Without Agreement: Spokesman
S. Korea's Chief Nuclear Envoy to Visit China to Discuss North Korea's Nuclear Issue
"Constitutional Amendment" to Be Next Main Concern in Korean Politics
Wounded Skipper Gradually Recuperating from Lung Problems
Somali Pirate Closer to Admitting to Charges of Shooting Captain
Captain Seok Put Back on Respirator
S. Korea, U.S. to Expand Anti-WMD Program in Joint Drills
Injured Captain Regains Consciousness
Returning S. Koreans Testify Chaos in Egypt
Both Koreas Agree to Hold Working-Level Military Talks Feb. 8
Russian Envoy Confers "Pushkin Medal" to Korean Professors in Seoul
Korea Univ. President Lee Ki-Su Awarded with "Pushkin Medal"
Korean Air Suspends Flights to Cairo amid Egypt Protests
Wounded Captain of Rescued S. Korean Freighter in Stable Condition
Gangwon Governor, Opposition Lawmaker Stripped of Posts with Conviction of Bribery
S. Korea to Hand Bodies of Pirates Over to Somalia
Female Novelist Park Wan-Sue Dies at 80
S. Korean Navy Frees Hijacked Cargo Ship, Kills Somali Pirates
S. Korea Accepts N. Korea's Military Talks Proposal
Beyond Two-Track Approach toward N. Korea
German Envoy Hosts New Year's Event in Seoul
N. Korea Draws Up 10-Year Economic Development Plan
Philippines Agrees to Return Passports to Detained Korean Students Now in Safe Hands
S. Korea Seeks Special Naturalization for Talented Foreign Professionals
Bird Flu Spreads to Northern S. Korea
Seoul Says Any Inter-Korean Dialogue Must Include Nuke Issue
Lao Enovy Stresses Better Bilateral Ties
Film Director Lim Soon-Rye Cries "Cut !" on Fur
Pastor Steve Kosberg of the Int'l Lutheran Church (ILC) Leads Aliens, Locals Alike in Seoul
Ex-Minister Jung at Helm of Wonkwang Univ.
Azerbaijan Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov Visits S. Korea
Seoul Vows to Proceed with Firing Drill as UNSC Meets to Defuse Tension
35th Laos National Day Celebrated in Seoul
Envoy Stresses Growing Bilateral Ties between Kenya and S. Korea
S. Korea Releases New Tasty Pest-Proof Rice
UAE Celebrates Its 39th National Day in Seoul
Lebanon Marks Its Independence Day
Workshop on Human Rights for Refugees Held at National Assembly in Seoul
Oman Celebrates 40th National Day in Seoul
UN Chief Urges S. Korea to Stop Discriminating against Foreigners with AIDS
Angola Marks 35th Independence Day in Seoul
"Angola Wants More Investment from S. Korea"
S. Korean Swimmer Park Wins Freestyle Gold
S. Korea Wins 4 Gold, 15 Medals on First Full Day of Quangzhou Asian Games
South Korea's Dr. Kyu-Seong Lee Wins Senadhira Rice Research Award 2010
S. Korean Police Arrest PETA Members
S. Korea, U.S. Wrap Up Talks to Resolve Pending FTA Issues
G20 "Moral Politics" Summits to Be Held
Naked "Mother Earth" Protesters Warn G20 Members about Hazards of Meat Production
Police Put 98 Foreigners on Watch List for G-20 Security
S. Korea to Send Troops to UAE to Boost Military Alliance
UN Brings to Korea Asian Decision Makers to Discuss ICT Human Capacity Development Strategy
Korea's Island Women Carry on Diving Tradition
Kenya's Veep Stephen Musyoka to Visit Seoul
North Korea Opens Fires toward South Korea
Senior Statesman Lee Man-Sup Opposes Ruling Camp's Move for Constitutional Revision
Sangju to Host Major Equestrian Event
HIV Hit Can Have a Job in Korea
Alonso Wins in Korea, Takes F1 Title Lead
G-20 Agrees to Avoid Competitive Currency Devaluations
Constitutional Process in Ukraine
S. Korean Fishing Boat Hijacked by Somali Pirates near Kenya
Prosecutors Raid Taekwang Owner's House Over Illegal Inheritance Charges
S. Korean FIFA VP Chung Mong-Joon Not to Run for FIFA Prexy
Ex-N. Korean Defector Hwang Jang-Yop Dies of Suspected Heart Attack
A TV Celeb, Husband Commit Suicide at Motel
Russian Envoy Konstantin Vnukov Marks 20th Anniversary of Russo-Korea Ties in Seoul
German Envoy Stresses Long History of Medical Exchanges between Germany and Korea
KAS Chairman Pöttering to Visit Seoul Oct. 13-18
A Day of US Paster's Chuseok Holidays
1 in 4 Korean Workers Spend over 90 Minutes for Commuting
Vietnam’s Independence Day Marked in Seoul
"S. Korea Can Learn from Australian Experience on Multiculturalism"
Bicentenary of Chile Celebrated in Seoul
India's Defence Minister AK Antony Meets with S. Korean President Lee Myung-Bak in Seoul
Renowned Holocaust Writer to Visit Seoul
Pakistan's 63rd Independence Day Marked in Seoul As World Mourns Its Flood Victim
Economic Analysis of Korean Wave in East Asia
Seoul, One of the World's 10 Major Cities
Yet Another Apology, Eh?
Morocco's Throne Day Marked in Seoul
Pakistani Youths Visit Seoul
YIT, Mecca of Women's Soccer Players
Dog Lovers Vs. Dog Meat Merchants
Pakistani Enovy to Bid Farewell to Seoul
ETS Launches TOEFL® Junior™ to Guide English Learning for Younger Students
Launch of GRE® Revised General Test Will Be Good News for Students in Korea
Labor Minister Yim Tae-Hee (任太熙) Named Presidential Chief of Staff: Sources
Japanese Envoy Attacked by Korean Man
Justice and Responsibility to Protect
30 Years of UAE-Korea Ties Marked in Seoul
"Day of Russia" Celebrated in Seoul
S. Korea Beats Greece 2-0 in FIFA Game
German Envoy Promotes Its Wine at Party
S. African Roadshow on June 3 for 2010 FIFA
Number of Colleges and Universities Accepting the TOEFL ® Test Soars to More Than 7,500 Globally
Dilemmas of the Post-Cheonan Diplomacy
Education of the Heart
A Plan for Self-Motivated Learning
Education of Heart: An Essential Foundation for Peace
Kim Young-chul: Former Senior Legal Counsel, Samsung Electronics
Québec Int'l Minister visits Seoul
Running with the Harmony Torch in S. Korea
Stable Group Hegemony of Nuclear Weapons
World's Largest Torch Relay for International Friendship in Korea Heading for Moscow
Ji Sang-Wook Declares Seoul Mayor Candidacy
"Great Victory Day" to Be Marked in Seoul
Stable Group Hegemony of Nuclear Weapons
"Party for Peace and Democracy" Established
39th Bangladesh Independence Marked in Seoul
4 Bodies of S. Korea's Missing Sailors Found
Pakistani's Republic Day Celebrated in Seoul
Iranians Celebrate "Norouz" in Seoul
54 Years of Tunisia's Independence Observed
Meaning of Tawkwondo Uniform Is Significant
Dolphin Friendly
Bulgaria National Day Observed in Seoul
Kim Yu-Na, Figure Skater, the Korea’s First Olympic Gold Medallist
Kuwait Marks 49th National Day in Seoul
Amb. Belashov Marks 10th Anniversary of Ukraine Culture and Art Council in Seoul
Brunei's 26th Silver Jubilee Marked in Seoul
Kim Yu-na Wins World Best 78.50 Points in Short Program
S. Korea's Lee Jung-su Wins Second Medal in Short Track
Can Park Stall Chung and Lee's Sejong City?
Seoul Relays Concerns to Moscow after Hate Crime against Korean
Alleged Taliban Member Nabbed after Entering S. Korea with Fake Passport
Reception Held on 31st Iran's Islamic Revolution
S. Korean Mo Tae-bum Wins Gold in Men's 500 Meter Speed Skating
Taste Is Not Just Taste
S. Korea's Lee Jung-soo Takes Gold in Short-Track 1,500-Meter Event
"Never Give Up Reunification Chance"
Russia Supports 6-Party Talks: Russian Envoy
Members of American Women’s Club (AWC) Tour Jaseng Hospital in Seoul
"President Should Not Confuse People for Political Gains," Says Rep. Cho Seung-Soo
Sports and Sprains – a Bad Combination!
Lee Says Inter-Korean Summit Possible This Year under Right Conditions
Labor Minister Stresses Need for "Creating Job"
Unified Korea, Peace Process on Korean Peninsula
S. Korea Eyes Share in Indian Nuke Plant Mart
"Paraguay Wants Better Ties with S. Korea"
Paraguay's FM Hector Lacognata Visits Seoul
"Pakistan Also Hub to Middle East, Central Asia, Europe" Says Pakistani Amb. Murad Ali in Seoul
Myriad Mourners Brave Snow for Yongsan Victims' Funeral
Seoul 3rd Worst City in World: Lonely Planet
Oil Spill Threatens Life of Fishermen
133rd Birth Anniversary of Pakistani Nation Founder "Jinnah" Obserbed in Seoul
Medical Tourists Flock to Seoul's Gangnam-gu
Heaviest Snow Hits Seoul
Heavy Snowfalls Cause Severe Traffic Jams, Cancelled Flights
Two Korean Tourists Drown in Malaysia
Model Six-Party Talks
Fire Breaks Out at Hyundai Motor's Plant
National Assembly Railroads 2010 Budget Bill
Officetel Purchasers to File Lawsuit against POSCO E&C, NSIC
Emperor's Birthday Celebrated in Seoul
Sejong City, What Should the Courts Do?
"New Moon" Star Christian Serratos Brings New Blood to PETA Campaign against Fur
82nd Birthday of Thai King Celebrated in Seoul
UAE’s 38th National Day Marked in Seoul
UAE Enovy Stresses Bilateral Ties
Mayor Roth Stresses Seoul-Frankfurt Ties
Oman Celebrates 39th National Day in Seoul
Kim Yu-na Sets World Record in Short Program at Skate America
Eight Japanese Die in Fire at Busan Shooting Range
Yang Inspired by "Magnificent" Hong Kong
Muhammad Iqbal's Birthday Marked in Seoul
S. Korean Navy Patrol Boat Clashes with N. Korean Battle Ship
Gerhard Schroder Cites S. Korea as Model Case in Overcoming World Economic Crisis
Former Doosan Group Chairman Kills Self
ADeKo President Lee Ki-Su Hosts Conference
KAIST to Host English Speech Contest
S. Korea to Raise Influenza A Alert Level to 'Red'
The Kim Jong-il that Clinton Met Was a Fake, Says Academic
Seoul, Washington Round Out Plans to Handle N. Korean Regime Collapse
Former S. Korean Spy Master Lee Hu-rak Dies
Gerhard Schröder to Visit Seoul Nov. 3-5
S. Korea to Send Troops to Afghanistan to Protect Aid Workers
Bulgarian President Parvanov Visits S. Korea
Constitutional Court Upholds Media Reform Bills
Oppposition Collect Three Out of Five Parliament Seats for Grabs in Oct.28 By-Elections
S. Korea's Influenza A Death Toll Hits 33
Five S. Koreans Including 2 Children with Type-A Flu Die
Pakistani Envoy Talks with Local Journalists
U.S. Mulling Relocation of Troops from S. Korea to Afghanistan: Commander
Report Ignites Speculation of Possible Inter-Korean Summit
S Korea, Vietnam Vow to Further Strengthen Ties
How S. Korea Shut Out Senegal 2-0
Kim Yu-na Wins Trophee Bompard
Our Language and Perspectives
S. Korea, EU Initial Free Trade Deal
N. Korea Agrees to Talks with South on River Floods, Family Reunions
S. Korean Infant Dies after Influenza A Infection
Ban Calls Awarding of Nobel Peace Prize to US President Obama ‘Very Wise’
History Maker Yang Heads for Hong Kong
Scheduled 2012 Transfer of OPCON on Track: U.S. Commander
Obama to Visit Seoul Nov. 18-19
S. Korean FM, French Envoy Discuss N. Korean Issue
N. Korea in Final Phase of Restoring Nuke Facility: Yonhap News
Chinese, N.Korea Leaders Meet on Bilateral Ties, Denuclearization of Korean Peninsula
South Korea's U-20 Team Advances to Quarterfinals
Libya to Boost Overall Ties with S. Korea
S. Korea Extends Crackdown on Illegal Foreign Residents for Two Months
S. Korea Beats U.S. 3-0 to Advance to 2nd Round of 16 at the Under-20 World Cup
250,000 People Stand Up against S. Korean Dog Meat Industry
11 N. Koreans Defect to S. Korea thru East Sea
Assembly Approves Prime Minister Nominee Chung Un-chan
S. Korea to Host G-20 Summit in 2010
Constitutional Court Overrules Ban on Nighttime Rallies
Obama Urged to Meet Kim Jong-Il for N. Korea's Denuclearization: Rep. Chung Dong-Young
N. Korea Willing to Resolve Nuclear Standoff
Shin Ji-yai Grabs 3rd LPGA Victory of Season
OECD forecasts expansion of S. Korean economy by year's end
WHO: School closure can slow down spread of A/H1N1 virus
U.S. to Have Bilateral Talks with N. Korea to Resume 6-Way Proces
Chung Un-Chan Designated New Premier
Swedish Amb. Vargo at Helm of Cooperation
UAE Seizes N. Korean Weapons Bound for Iran
Gangnam Mayor Hosts Marathon Event
Samsung Line Leads Medical Tourism in Seoul
KAS Korea Marks 30 Years of Its Presence
"Sweden Day 2009" To Be Marked in Seoul
An Enduring Legacy of Kim Dae-Jung
Kim Dae-jung Buried at National Cemetery after State Funeral
Leaders of Two Koreas Exchange Messages
S. Korean Unification Minister Meets with Northern Counterpart
N. Korean Delegates Lay Wreath at Kim's Altar
S. Korea Stops First Space Rocket Launch
N. Korea to Send 'Special Envoys' to Kim Dae-Jung's Funeral
N. Korean Leader Sends Condolence Message on Death of Kim Dae-Jung
U.S. Embassy Extols Kim's Role in Alliance, Inter-Korean Relations
Former S. Korean President Kim Dae-Jung Dies
N. Korea, Hyundai Agree to Resume Inter-Korean Business Projects: KCNA
N. Korea OKs Resumption of Inter-Korean Business Projects
S. Korea Reports 2nd Death from Influenza A
S. Korean Health Ministry Announces First Death from Swine Flu
N. Korea Frees S. Korean Worker After Months of Detention
Singapore Celebrates Its 44th Birthday in Seoul
Former President Kim Dae-Jung in Critical Condition
"Burden of Equality"
North Korea Pardons Two US Journalists
An EPIK Excursion
Ex-President Kim Dae-Jung on Respirator Again
Over 113,000 Signatures Gathered in 3 Weeks for Stopping Dog Meat Industry in S. Korea
National Assembly Passes Media Bills amid Opposition Boycott
Telecom Giant KT Withdraw Membership from Union Organization
Ex- President Kim Dae-jung Put on Respirator but Stable
Seoul's Iranian Expatriates React to Disputed Election Aftermath
Kim Jong-Il May Have 1 More Year to Live
Key Web Sites Sustain Renewed Cyber Attacks
Another Wave of Cyber Attacks Expected Late July 9,2009
200 Participants Suffer from Dermatitis After Undergoing Pre-Events of Boryeong Mud Festival
N. Korea Fires 7 Ballistic Missiles in Violation of U.N. Resolutions
"Day of Russia" Celebrated in Seoul
Seminar to Be Held on Raising Aid Effectiveness
U.S. Recommits to Keeping S. Korea under Its Nuke Umbrella
"Mr. World 2009" to Be Held in Seoul This Fall
"Day of Portugal" Celebrated in Seoul
"EUNIC Seoul" to Be Established
Hanmi Rotary Club Hosts Charity Auction
Providing Energy Solutions for 21st Century
"Festa della Repubblica" Celebrated in Seoul
S. Korea Needs a Defense System Beyond Nuclear Weapons
Tunisian Mosaic Arts Shown to Locals in Seoul
Azerbaijan's "Republic Day" Marked in Seoul
Supreme Court Hands Down 'Not Guilty' Verdict for Ex-Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-Hee
Africa Day Observed in Seoul
Ex-President Roh Moo-Hyun Dies
Seoul, One of Worst Cities to Live in
China Is Asked to Stick to the Universalism
S. Korean Destroyer Saves N. Korean Ship from Somali Pirates
Seoul Reports New Probable Case of H1N1 flu
UAE Envoy Meets with Local Journalists
Mexican Order Granted to Ex-Korean Enovy
Mr. Volker Kauder Meets with Korean Politicians
French Minister of State Visits Seoul April 15-16
Gala Premiere of “The Forgotten War” Serves as Reminder of Closer Korea-RP Ties
Kim Yu-na Clinches Her First World Women's Figure Skating Championship Title
Iranian New Year's Day Celebrated in Seoul
53 Years of Tunisia's Independence Observed
Activists Get Naked to Protest against Fur
Greece Celebrates Its National Day in Seoul
U.S. Court Orders S. Korean Pop Star to Pay $8 Million
N. Korea Detains 2 American Journalists
S. Korea Beats Japan to Reach Semifinals of WBC
N. Korea May Initiate Surprise Attack on S. Korea
Yemen Suicide Bomber Targets S. Koreans Again
N.Korea Notifies Int’l Agencies of Planned Satellite Launch
Ernie Els Bright and Breezy about Ballantine's Championship Chances in S. Korea
N. Korea's Warning on Flights against Int'l Law, Inhumane
Dominican Republic Marks 165th Independence
RP Envoy Announces Plans for 60th Anniversary of Philippines-Korea Relations
Vote on Controversial Media Bills Put Off Till June, 2009
Brunei Marks 25th National Day in Seoul
17th Anniversary of Ukrainian-Korean Bilateral Relations
Ukraine Envoy Wants to Promote Economic Ties
S. Korea, Iraq Ink Accord on $3.55 bil. Deal to Reconstruct War-torn Arab Country
HK Chief Stresses Economic Ties with Seoul
S. Korea Bids Farewell to Influential Cardinal
S. Korea's Won Plunges against US Dollar
HK Chief Executive Donald Tsang to Visit Seoul
Day of Iranian Revolution Observed in Seoul
Hopes High for Home Success at Ballantine's Championship
Is Corruption Cool and Acceptable?
Amb. Baas Greets German Publishers in Seoul
India's 59th Republic Day Marked in Seoul
Kim Yu-na Leads Ladies Single with World Record
Who Else Has the Right to Vote?
N.Korea Accuses U.S., S Korea of Committing Aerial Spying
North Korea's Blunt Rhetoric Sees No Ends
POSCO Taps Jung Joon-yang as New Cairman
Maggie Q Bares All in New PETA Ad
Indian Embassy Celebrates the Republic Day
S.Korea Central Bank to Issue 50,000 Won Bank Note in May or June 2009
Kim Jong-il Alone Can Decide on N. Korean Succession, Son Says
S. Korean Economy Shrinks 5.6 % in Q4
US to Replace Apache with F-16 Multi-Role Fighters in Korea
Mystery Online Pundit Taken into Custody for Spreading False Rumors
"We Will Change Seocho into Global City"
Economy Blunts Korea’s Appetite for Plastic Surgery
President Lee Vows Economic Revival, Stronger Reform Drive
N. Korean Media Warns of Further Deterioration in Ties with S. Korea
UAE Envoy's Wife to Lead Local English Education as Mayor of Seoul English Village
New Indian Enovy Stresses Better Mutual Ties
Minister Yu Asks American Envoy to Allow US Soldiers to Visit Hongdae, Shinchon Areas
France Marks Birthday of "Rights Declaration"
N. Korea Not a 'Nuclear Power,' but Has Nukes: U.S. Official
UN Chief Holds 'Greed and Corruption' Responsible for Global Financial Crisis
Egyptian Envoy Lectures on Its Culture in Seoul
UAE Fetes 37th Nati'l Day in Gala Party in Seoul
Court Approves Mercy Killing for First Time in S. Korea
World AIDS Day Observed in Seoul
"Malaysia Truly Asia Kitchen 2008" Held by Charge D'Affaires Astanah Abdul Aziz
IMF Lowers S. Korea's Growth Forecast to 2.0 Percent for 2009
Vibrant Modernity: Essence of Seoul
Chairman Choi Soo-Myung Hosts Dinner for New Czech Amb. Jaroslav Olsa Jr.
New Czech Envoy, Big Fan of Korean Literature
Gov't Vows to Get Tough on Anti-North Propaganda Leaflets
Tunisian Envoy Immersed in Local Language
"Malaysia Truly Asia Kitchen" -- Good Opportunity for Sample Malaysian Taste
"Seoul Forest Is Dying," Scholar Says
Prof. Kim Hong-Nam Gets Highest French Order
Angola Marks 33rd Independence Day in Seoul
Constitutional Court Rules Real Estate Tax Partly Unconstitutional
N. Korea Threatens to Partially Shut Inter-Korean Border
"We Have Part of Us Here," Turkish Envoy Says
'Fake Photo' Revives Kim Rumours
N. Korea Slows Nuclear Disablement to Snail's Pace
Korean Kim Shines at Cup of China Figure Skating Grand Prix
Kim Jong-Il Makes 2nd Public Appearance in Three Days
Swap Deal with China Imminent: Sources
N. K. Media Release Photos of Leader Kim Watching Soccer Match
Koreans to Begin Visa-free Travel to U.S. from Nov. 17
Turkish Ambassador Hosts Event to Honour 85 Years of Independence
Law to Punish The Crime of Cyber Defamation - Gag Free Speech or Necessary Evil?
S. Korea, U.S. Agree on Currency Swap Contract
Trust In Short Supply in Korea
S. Korean President Asks for ASEM Support for N. Korean Denuclearization
Korea's Economic Fundamentals Much Stronger than a Decade Ago: IMF
RP Economy Shows Resilience Despite Global Maket Uncertainties: Amb. Cruz
U.S. to Allow S. Koreans Visa-free 90-day U.S. Trip before Nov.15
Int’l Property & Investment Show 2008 Opens with Big Name RP Developers
S. Korean Won Plunges to over 10-year Low
Seoul Shares Tumble to 3-year Low on Economic Woes
North Korea to Make Major Announcement on Oct. 20
S. Korea Announces US$100 bln in Guarantees on Banks' Foreign Debt
Japan Daily Claims that N.Korea's'Kim Jong-Il Maybe Dead
Teaching Illegally -- Risky, But Wrong?
S. Korean Currency Tumbles against Dollar on Recession Woes
N. Korea Threatens to Sever All Ties with S. Korea
Korean Won Surges, Stock Mart Rallies
N. Korea off US Blacklist after Nuke Inspection Deal
N.K. Media Release Photos of Kim Jong-il Inspecting Army Unit
Appeals Court Spares Jail Term for Samsung Group ex-Chairman Lee Kun-Hee
Australia's Sexiest Model Is an Angel for Animals' in New Korean Anti-Fur Ad Campaign
Nigeria's 48th Independence Day Observed
N. Korea Fires Two Short-range Missiles in Yellow Sea
S. Korean Won Plunges to over 6-Year Low against US Dollar
S. Korea Yet to Verify N. Korean Leader's Reappearance
Melamine Found in Biscuit Products from Lotte Confectionary, No.1 Cookie Maker in Korea
Star Actress Choi Jin-Sil Found Dead at Home in Suicide
RP Marks 58th Anniversary of Joining Korean War
Mayor Oh Se-Hoon to Speak on "Design Seoul"
Stocks Tumble as Bailout Plan Fails in House
Dr. Kim Chong-In Receives High German Award
S. Korea Finds Harmful Chemical in Chinese Creamer Product
S. Korea Set to Join U.S. Visa Waiver Program
N. Korea to Restart Key Reprocessing Plant: Watchdog
C. American Envoys Mark Independence
Seoul Busts 74 Islamic Terror Suspects since 2003
HSBC Terminates Deal to Buy KEB
"Trapped" Activists Ask Seoul Shoppers to Get a Feel for Fur
S. Korean Regulator Halts Operations of Two Lehman Units in Seoul
USFK Chief Orders Largest-ever Amphibious Drill of S. Korean, U.S. Marines
N. Korean Kim Having Trouble Using Limbs
U.S. Offers to Sell 36 Apache Helicopters to S.Korea at 60 percent of Tag Price
Ex-judge Appeals Ruling against Him on Compensation for Lost Trousers
Seoul, Bucharest to Boost Cooperation
S. Korea Ranked 28th in 1st Global Nation Branding Index
South Korean Pop Star BoA Sets Sights on U.S.
Lee Convenes Emergency Staff Meeting over Kim's Health
Kim Jong-Il Possibly Suffered a Stroke: US Intelligence
Lee Apologizes for Gov't Bias against Buddhists
Four Arrested on GS Caltex Customer Data Leak
Bush to Make Radio Speech on FTAs with Korea, Colombia, Panama: White House
LPGA Backs Down on English-Only Rule
Korean Won Hits 46-month Low to Dollar Despite Intervention
"Hari Merdeka" Observed in Seoul
N. Korea Aims at Nuclear Free Zone in the Korean Peninsula
Financial Jitters Hammer S. Korea's Economy
Russian Envoy Defends Its Position on Republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia
Vacation Ends in Tragedy for 10 Koreans
Prosecution Arrests Alleged N. Korean Spy Disguised as Defector
President of German Parliament Visits S. Korea
Proposal for Family Law on the Right to Die
Yonsei Prof. Oh Se-Cheol Arrested for His Belief
China Urges Parties to Honor Promises as N. Korea Halts Denuclearisation
N. Korea Says it Suspended Nuke Disablement
The 17th Anniversary of the Independence of Ukraine
Lee, Hu Agree to Deepen Political, Economic, Cultural Ties
Korean Olympic Athletes Back Home to Hero's Welcome
Korean Won Plunges to 45-Month Low Versus U.S. Dolllar
Hu Arrives in Seoul on Aug. 25 for State Visit
S. Korea Wins 31 Medals including 13 Golds
S. Korea Claims First-ever Olympic Baseball Gold by Defeating Cuba
Hwang Grabs Third Taekwondo Gold for S. Korea at Beijing Olympics
S. Korea Powers Past Japan to Compete in Olympic Baseball Final
Biomaterials Workshop to Be Held at KIST
Two Straight Golds in Taekwondo for S. Korea
S. Korea Edges Out Reigning Champion Cuba in Olympic Baseball
N. Korea Names Top-level Diplomat as Envoy to Syria
Defense Minister Warns against N. Korea-Fostered Unrest
U.S. Teacher Calls for U.S. to Recognize S. Korean Sovereignty over Dokdo
S. Korea Wins Olympic Gold in Mixed Doubles Badminton
Jang Breaks Records to Win Olympic Women's over-75kg Weightlifting
S. Korea Wins Gold in Men's 77kg Weightlifting
MBC TV Apologizes over US Beef Report
Ousted KBS Chief Jung Yun-joo Arrested
Olympic Rules Needed for Korean Politics
S. Korean Park Grabs First Olympic Swimming Gold for His Country
Beijing Olympics Kick Off with Extravaganza
Filipino Community Hails Olympic Hopefuls
Gov't Calls for Sacking KBS head
Bush's Visit to Expose S. Korea's Political Fault Lines
Shin Claims Women's British Open
N. Korea to Kick 'Unnecessary' S. Korean Personnel Out of Joint Resort
Senate Confirms Nomination of New U.S. Envoy to S. Korea
Morocco Embassy Marks Throne Day in Seoul
S. Korea Bans Cloning Scientist Hwang from Resuming Stem Cell Research
Seoul Votes for Conservative Education Chief in Nod to Lee's Reform Drive
Bush Orders U.S. Agency to Restore S. Korean Sovereignty over Dokdo in its Database
Seoul to Consider N. Korea Aid If WFP Makes Requests: Official
Have Korea's Protesting Priests Chosen the Right Fights?
Pope Appoints Prof. Han Hong-Soon PCL Member
Judgment Call Is Made: Painful Decision for the OSP Students
S. Korea Expresses Concern over U.S. Name Change of Dokdo Islets
US Board Turns Neutral on Dokdo Sovereignty
Victims of Police Brutality in Candle Light Protests Have No Where to Turn to
Weakened Concept of 'Axis of Evil': US' Flexible Diplomatic Approach
Egypt Marks 56th Revolution Day in Seoul
S. Korean Detainees Released in Mexico
Foreign Brides Abused by Korean Husbands
Rev. Moon Injured In Chopper Crash
70% of S. Korean Women Say Workplace Unfriendly:Survey
Symposium on Antimicrobial Peptides to Be Held in Gwangju
Tokyo's Dokdo Claim to Affect Cooperation with Seoul on Global Issues: Envoy
Seoul Resume Inspecting Dog Meat Restaurants
Bastille Day Celebrated in Seoul
French Cultural Center Marks 40th Anniversary
Seoul Court Hands Down Suspended Jail Term for Former Samsung Group Chairman
Pursuing the Korean Dream
USS Ronald Reagan Visits Busan
S. Korea Recalls Its Envoy to Japan
Japan PM Tells S. Korean President Lee Tokyo Will State Dokdo Ownership in Text Book
Hyundai Asan Expects Losses of 40 Bil. Won from Tour Suspension
Data Security, Privacy in Asia
Belarus Marks Its National Day in Seoul
Appetite for Dog Meat
Pakistan Embassy Hosts Reception for Commercial Counsellors
500,000 S. Koreans Stage Anti-US Beef Rallies
Conference Held for Foreign English Teachers
UN Chief Ban Gets Hero's Welcome in Seoul
President Bush Will Visit Seoul before Beijing Olympics
Religious Circles Join Vigils in Seoul
Be Patient Until Pyongyang Proves to Be Honest
Wild Boars Threaten Many S. Korean Cities
12th Anniversary of Ukrainian Constitution
Stalin Wanted US to Intervene in Korean War
"Stop Abusing Cambodian Brides," Envoy Asks
Czech Amb. Smetanka Soon to Leave Seoul
Red Cross Meeting Held at UAE Envoy's House
Amb. Ivashentsov Marks Day of Russia in Seoul
RP's 110th Independence Day Marked in Seoul
"Am I Geisha?" GNP Lawmaker Na Incensed
Hanyang Univ. President Gets German Honor
Largest Crowd in Anti-Lee Myung-Bak Protests
HUFS Signs MOU with WVSU of Philippines
Farmer Burns Himself in Anti-US Beef Protest
Louis Palmer’s Solar Taxi Arrives in Seoul
S. Korea to Delay Posting of New U.S. Beef Import Pact on Gov't Gazette
Riot Police Trample Coed Repeatedly in Seoul
Largest Crowd in Anti-Lee Myung-Bak Protest
Scaling Up of MPOWER Tobacco Control Strategies in S. Korea
Amb. Alcorta Marks Argentina's National Day
Seoul Mayor Oh Swims in Han River at Triathlon
Algeria's Ex-Foreign Minister Mohammed Bedjaoui Visits South Korea for a Week
Amb. Santhananaban Greets New Diplomats
American Boy Dead at Public Bath in S. Korea
Serbian National Day at Namiseom
"Grand Canal Project Should Not Be Hurried"
1st Nat'l Toastmasters Conference to Be Held
Elderly Suicide Snowballs in S. Korea: Statistics
More Anti-Lee Myung-Bak Protests Continue
US Diplomat Receives Key N. Korean Nuclear Documents
Lecture on Effects of Environmental Disasters on Agriculture to Be Held at Ewha University
U.S. Reasserts its Beef is Safe
S. Africa Marks Freedom Day with Reception
South Korea to Deport Chinese Torch Relay Attackers
"Stem Cell" Award to Be Given in Symposium
Too Stupid Question for Chinese Envoy?
German School Seoul Goes International
Amb. Schoeman Meets with Local Journalists
Samsung's Lee to Resign over Corruption Scandal
Canada's Korean War Veterans Visit Seoul
MOU Inked to Allow S. Koreans Visa-Free Travel to US
S. Korean Ruling Party Wins Assembly Majority
South Korea's 1st Astronaut Lifts Off Into Space
Philippines Becomes ESL Destination
Wed to Strangers, Vietnamese Wives Build Korean Lives
Korea's Bulldozer Must Clean Up the Chaebol
Seoul Moves to Classify Dogs As Livestock
Promoting Human Security: The Experiences of Canada and Korea”
Seoul Reaches Out to Expats
Circumcising Korea: A True/False Debate
NY Phil's Milestone Concert Opens in P'yang
Lt. Gen. Walter L. Sharp to Be New USFK Chief
Special Prosecutor Clears President-elect Lee Myung-bak
22 N. Korean Drifters Executed after Return Home: Source
Lee to Visit Japan in late April to Mend Ties: Kyodo
US Gen. Burwell B. Bell Gets Top German Medal
Canada's Delay in Visa Causes Outcry in Seoul
Welfare Is Kazakhstan's Primary Goal
Suspect Admits Setting Namdaemun on Fire: Police
Fire Guts Seoul's Historic Sungnyemun Gate
Secret of Memory Retrieval Revealed
Samsung Woes Deepen amid Signs of Chairman's Summons
Lee Vows to Enhance Ties with Middle East
Conference on Global Partnership on Feb. 1
Envoy's Wives Take on Flower Arrangement
Amb. Schoeman Helps Promote S. African Wine
Amb. Warwick Morris Goes Back to London
Han Seung-soo Tapped as PM designate
"No Discrimination for Pakistani English Tutors"
English Names for Newly Created Ministries Unveiled
S. Korea's Spy Chief Offers Resignation over Information Leak
Lee Expresses Willingness to Meet N. Korean Leader in Seoul
Norway Drops Hanwha Over Ethics Concerns
Lone Star Chief Rejects S.Korean Fraud Charges
White House OKs Nominee for New U.S. Envoy to South Korea
Hebei Spirit Began Talks with Local Authorities
40 Dead in Fire at Refrigerating Storehouse
S. Koreans Clean Up Oil Spill in Mallipo
S. Korea to Ban Single-hull Tankers from 2011 after Worst Oil Spill
S. Korea to Increase Role in UN Peacekeeping
"Local Education Should Be Done In English"
Two Ex-judges Nominated as Independent Counsel to Probe President-elect Lee
National Assembly Votes to Extend S.Korea's Troop Deployment in Iraq for Another Year
World's Sexiest Woman Bares All in Korean Ad
Iraqi Gov't Calls on S. Korean Firms to Halt Oil Exploration in Kurdish Region
S. Korea May Review Military Deal with U.S. If N. Korea Retains Nuclear Programs: Aide
Lee Myung-Bak Wins Landslide Victory
Koreans Go to Polls Today to Elect President
Convicted Hanwha Chairman Returns Home
Real Estate Market Emerges as Top Issue in S. Korea's Presidential Election
President Roh Orders to Reinvestigate into Lee Myung-bak Case
US Woman Charged with Murder of Baby Adopted from S. Korea
S. Korean Kim Yu-na wins figure skating title
S. Korea Risks Turning Back Political Clock
N. Korean Ambassador to Burma Takes Up Post After 24 Years
I Survived the IMF
Samsung Chief's Triumph Turns to Travail
In S. Korea, It Feels Like a Scandal a Day
Prosecutors Search Samsung Group Subsidiary for Slush-fund Evidence
N. Korea likely to Disclose Nuke Programs by Next Week
Yeosu Wins Bid to Host 2012 Expo
Kim Yu-Na Garners Cup of Russia
Samsung Faces Blow to Reputation
S. Korea to Send Its Largest Ship to Malaysia for Defense Fair
Lawyer Alleges Documents Show Lee Myung-Bak's Involvement in Financial Scam
Samsung Chairman Misses Ceremony for Late Father amid Snowballing Corruption Scandal
Czech-Korean Science Forurm Held in Seoul
Presidential Front-runner Faces Major Hurdle As Alleged Accomplice Back Home
The Personality of I
Kim Yu-Na Wins Upset Victory in Harbin Senior Grand Prix
Lee Hoi-Chang May Withdraw from Presidential Race If Conservative Frontrunner Keeps Lead: Aide
Two-time Candidate's Third Presidential Bid Poses Threat to Conservative Front-runner
Canada Opens New Embassy in Jeong-dong
Ex-Samsung Exec Whistle-blowing Illegal Lobbying
Wife of UAE Ambassador to Korea Joins Prestigious Art Exhibition in Seoul
Under U.N. Chief, Koreans in Key Posts
Background Checks, Degree Verification
Conduct of English Teachers in Asia Often Scrutinized
Suspected Paedophile Arrested in Thailand
Roh Says North Korea Should Not Have to Apologize for Past Wrongdoings
S. Korea, EU Fail to Make Breakthrough in Trade Negotiations
Chung Dong-Young Certain to Emerge as UNDP's Presidential Candidate
Egyptian Minister Ahmed Darwish to Visit Seoul
US Asks Seoul to Extend Deployment in Afghanistan, Iraq
The Max Planck Society's Science Tunnel Promotes Cutting-edge Research in S. Korea
Korean Becomes International Patent Language
Hon. Gianni Vernetti Visits Both Koreas
"Remorse Is the Face of the Church"
ASEAN Envoys Marks Its 40th Birthday in Seoul
IPCNKR's 4th Assembly to Be Held Aug. 28-30
Biomaterials Lecture to Be Held at GIST
Tunisian Envoy Promotes Tourism, Bilateral Ties
Lee Myung-Bak Clinches GNP Nomination
Baekdu-daegan 2007 Expedition
Korean Hostage Crisis: Its Wider Ramifications
Canadian Embassy Moves to Jeongdong
Biomaterials Lecture to Be Held at GIST
Phytonutrients: Biochemistry of How Healthiest Foods Prevent Cancer
South Korea Rethinks Mission Strategy
Egyptian Amb. El-Taify Calls for More Cooperation between Cairo and Seoul
Alyssa Milano, Natural Beauty in Lettuce Dress
It's Time for Accountability
Beautiful Saturday Charity Event on June 30
Pongseong-ri Residents Organize to Protect Their Mountain
Ex-Science Minister YH Kim to Run for President
Seoul: Tech Capital of the World
Dr. Sohn Hak-Kyu Declares His Own Party
Ex-Gov. Sohn Hak-Kyu, Most Favorite Candidate
14,075 Dogs, Animals Discarded in Seoul in 2006
Amb. Vargö Marks Day of Sweden in Seoul
Is Kim Jong So Ill He Needs Surgery?
Lettuce Girls Ask Locals to "Turn Over New Leaf'
Amb. Leggeri Marks Italian National Day in Seoul
Turkey Envoy Ozmen Cheers Local Students Up
British Minister on Education Mission to Seoul
S. Korea's Rush to Build Ever Taller Buildings
Pakistani Envoy to Leave Seoul in June
"Education May Be Expensive But It Is Expensive Not to Be Educated at All"
Amb. Torzsa Sees Change in N. Korea
Canadian FM MacKay Meets with FM Song
Hanwha Chairman Likely to Face Arrest
Embattled North Korea Celebrates Its Military
Norway's Crown Prince, Princess to Visit Seoul
Korea-Czech Friendship Ass'n to Be Launched
IOC, Samsung Extend Partnership to 2016
1st Korea-Italy Symposium on Conservation & Restoration for Cultural Heritage
S. Korean Consortium Aims to Start Oil Exploration in Azerbaijan by September
Other Winning Korean Bids Could Impact PyeongChang 2014 Bid
Both Koreas Agree on Railway Runs, Rice Aid
S. Korea, Canada to Hold FTA Talks Next Week
U.S. Gun Culture Costs Lives!
Virginia Tech Suspect Identified as S. Korean Resident Alien
S. Korea's Incheon Selected as Host of 2014 Asian Games
Lockheed Martin Unlikely to Bid for S. Korea's Fighter Purchase Project
3rd Italy-Korea S&T Forum in Seoul
Yeosu Citizens Dazzle BIE Inspectors
British War Veterans Return to Korea
Iraqi Prime Minister Visits Korea
Amb. Arteni Promotes Romania in 2 Events
Wives of Foreign Envoy Comfort Alien Workers
KAL bomber Kim Hyun-hee exiles in U.S.: YTN
S. Korea, US Reach Free Trade Agreement
Differing History Perceptions Hinder Bilateral Ties: Minister Song
Manchester United 4 -1 Blackburn
Grants HUFS President Park Chul with Order
South Korea Role Model for Kazakhstan
Foreign Envoys Flock to Meet with Dr. Sohn
"Parade of Nations 2007" Slated for May 15
"EU: Role Model for World in Collaboration"
1st African Conference on Human Development
Kim Yu-Na Leads ISU World Figure Skating
Feel The Rhythm of The EU
French-Canadian Cultural Festival
UK-Korea Int'l Workshop on Vaccines for Flu
USS Reagan in S. Korea for Annual Drill
N. Korean, Russian 6-Way Delegates Head Home, Recess in View
"Great Opportunity to Learn Korean Language"
Tunisia's Independence Day Marked in Seoul
Ex-Gov. Sohn Bolts from GNP for His Own Path
"More Cooperation Needed" Says Amb. Baati
Park Ji-Sung Scores 2 Goals as Manchester United Defeats Bolton 4-1
National Founder Dangun Day Marked in Seoul
S.Korea Likely to Participate in U.S. Visa Waiver Program Shortly
New Facilities to Be Installed on Dokdo Islets
Incheon Named World's Best Airport
Seoul Names Ambassador to Japan, Russia
Roh Threatens to Scrap FTA Deal with U.S.
Malacca, Asia's Most Important Sea Lane
Abe Apologizes for Wartime Sex Slavery
N. Korea Negotiator Warns of Partially Foregoing Denuke Steps
Korea's Lee Breaks Speedskating World Record for World 500m Title
"Canola Oil Is the Poor Man's Olive Oil"
S. Korea Develops Ethical Code for Robots
Ex-Minister Han Named as New Prime Minister
50 Years of Korea-Turkey Ties Marked in Seoul
Asiana Acquires Laolao Bay Golf Resort in Saipan
Japan Eyes Response to Foreign Criticism of Abe's Sex Slavery Remarks
Local Dentist Treats Alien Patients as Friends
Birth of Moroccan Princess Marked in Seoul
Malaysia's Deputy PM Najib to Visit Seoul
UK, Korea Host Seminar on Service Competition
Canadian Canola Oil Seminar on March 8-9
S. Korean Soldier Killed in Terrorist Attack in Afghanistan
Dr. Lee Chun-Shik Gets German Order
Foreign Minister to Visit Washington, Moscow
Seminar on Competition in the Service Sector
N. Korean Leader Kim Considers 'group Leadership' system: Sources
Foreign Lands
Roh Announces Decision to Desert Ruling Party
Workshop on Human Rights Education
Korean Ad Team Makes Finals in PETA Contest
Aso Calls U.S. Motion On Sexual Slavery 'Extremely Regrettable'
U.S. Gave In to N. Korea over Uranium Enrichment Plan: Kyodo
Japan to Crack Down on Ships in N. Korea Gravel Transport Business
A New Resolve
Kim Dae Jung Urges Kim Jong Il to Size 6-Party Talks Chance
N. Korea Agrees on Phased Denuclearization
Minister Song Calls Rice over 6-Party Talks
9 Foreigners Killed, 18 Others Injured in Fire at Yeosu Immigration Detention Facility
On Soccer
Are Religion, Money, & Power Keys to Ending God's War?
Serbia Marks National Day on Feb. 15, 2007
Women Prefer New Clothes over Sex: Survey
Korean Air Fires Pilots for Mistakenly Landing on Taxiway in Japan
N. Korea Supplies Laughs As Well As Weapons
Omega Tender to Build E-government System for Anshan City in China
Russia Will Assist Inter-Korean Business Ties
"Beauty Is Only Skin Deep"
"The EU Stands by Afghanistan"
Kim Jong-Il’s Oldest Son Wanders Abroad
Inter-Korean Summit Likely in August
Foreigners in S. Korea Complain of Rip-offs
New "Think UK" Campaign Launched in Seoul
Japan High Court Orders NHK Redress over Sex-slave 'Trial' Program
Korea, Belarus Marks 15th Anniversary of Ties
Korean Air Flight Narrowly Escapes Crash in Kota Kinabalu
Teaching English in South Korea
U.S. Congress Weighs Temporary Visa Waiver for Koreans
Korea’s Dangerous Tolerance of Suicide
Staying Alive with HIV
Seoul Mayor in Dubai to Enhance Bilateral Ties
Ban Ki-moon's System-wide Probe of UN Field Activities to Start with N. Korea
Australia to Showcase Fashion Brands
UNDP Seeks Full Audit of Its N. Korea Work
Distance Learning: The 21st Century Alternative
Mild Earthquake Rattles South Korea
Algeria Inks MOU with Seoul for New City Project
Why EU-Korea Partnership Matters?
A Diagnostic Framework for Anti-Corruption Movements
"Heartless Fighter" Fedor Loves Local Kids
Former Prime Minister Drops Presidential Bid
Iraq to Reopen Embassy in Seoul in 13 Years
Doosan Accused of Insider Trading
S. Korea Bid to Solve Sea Dispute with Japan
for Anti-Sexual Exploitation of Children in Asia
Korean Air Jet Blunders onto Taxiway at Akita
Most S. Korean Housewives Have no Intention to Buy U.S. Beef: Survey
Malaysia Launches Mega Tourism Drive, Unveils "Eye on Malaysia"
Tunisia Gears up For Korean Investments, Tourists
New UN Head Names Two Key Posts
Ex-Seoul Mayor Soars Ahead Among Presidential Hopefuls
Koreans Hail "Golden Pig" Year of 2007
Hot for Holidays: The Lure of a Korean Sauna
S. Korean Scientists Disclose Structure of SPRY Domain for First Time
Taiwan Quake Disrupts Some Communications Services in S. Korea
Poaching Rampant in South Korea
Korea Selects the Nation's First Astronauts
China May Decide to Engineer Coup in N. Korea Next Year: monthly
Troop Withdrawal, FTA, Anti-Americanism Issues for New U.S. Congress: report
Japan: More Sanctions Vs. N. Korea Not Option for Now
N. Korea Says It Is Not Afraid of War after Impasse: Reuters
Roh: US wrecked hopes of nuclear deal with North Korea
N. Korea Nuke Talks End without Breakthrough
New Outbreak of Bird Flu Hits Duck Farm in Central S. Korea
US Seeks Package of Actions on North Korea's Denuclearization
Konrad-Adenauer Foundation Hosts Seminar
Col. Giovanni De Roma Visits Seoul Dec. 12-14
Kim Yu-Na Shocks Asada to Take ISU Grand Prix Final Women's Title
Ukrainian President Yushchenko Will Visit Seoul
MTPB Seoul Throws Year-end Party 2006 on Han River Cruise Boat
UNGA Swears in Ban, Pays Glowing Tribute to Outgoing Annan
US, N. Korea to Discuss Financial Issues on Fringe of 6-Way Talks
US Yongsan Base Relocation Likely to Be Delayed Until 2013
Korea Britain Society's Yearly Dinner for Charity
S. Korea Confirms New Case of Pathogenic AI
Twist of Fate Led Ban Ki Moon to Top Post at UN
S. Korean Rider Dies at Cross-country event in Doha
North Korea Not Serious About Diplomacy
Orphans Seek Help for Homeless' X-mas Meal
Czech Silver Medals to Be Awarded to 3 Locals
S. Koreans Divided over UN Ban on Luxury Goods to N. Korea
Senior Poet Ko Un Receives Cikada Prize
Bird Flu Outbreak Plagues Korea
Look East to See the Future of the Internet
"South Korea Is Role Model for Afghans"
Tokyo Admits Document Identifying Dokdo as Non-Japanese Territory
Kim Yu-Na Wins Gold Medal at ISU Grand Prix Figure Skating Series
How to Best Choose Proper English Teachers
1st Int'l Seminar on Dyslexia on Nov. 25
Geopolitics of Energy Seminar Due On Nov. 21
Denying Kim Jong-Il His Tuna a Tough Task
S. Korea's Yang Yong-Eun Outplays Woods to Win HSBC Tournament
Partners in Research and Development
S. Korea's Next Foreign Minister a "Hot-Head"
Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Ex-KEB Chief Lee Kang-Won
Prince Hopes to Bring Monarchy Back to S. Korea
S. Korea’s Godfather of Rock Makes Comeback
N. Korea Urges Japan to Stay Away from Talks
U.S. Speeds Attack Plans for North Korea
Jail Sentence for Daewoo Founder Kim WC
"Korea-Africa Forum Is Turning Point for Ties"
"Hardliners" Control Policy in North Korea
UN Sanctions 'Sticks' in Talks with N. Korea
Spy Probe Stuns S. Korean Political System
North Korea Agrees to Nuclear Talks
S. Korea Serves as Kim Jong-Il's ATM
Amb. Hadid Marks Algerian Revolution Day
Partners in Research and Development
ROK Air Force Chief to Observe PSI Drill in Gulf
Taking Preemptive Action Against North Korea
Ex-Mayor Lee Reveals Plan for Grand Canal
Daewoo Lessons Point Way to Growth
Nanotechnologies Lecture to Be Held at SNU
UK Deputy PM John Prescott Visits Seoul
2nd Nuke Test Hinges on US: Sources
N. Korea May Use Force: Kim Dae-jung Warns
OPEC to Cut Output by 1.2 Mil bbls Per Day
China takes tough stance on North Korea
Corporate Governance Seminar at UK Embassy
Seoul Unwilling to Abandon Geumgang Tourism
Japan Eyes Additional Sanctions on N. Korea
U.N. Adopts Resolution against N. Korea
Ban Ki-moon Appointed Next UN Secretary-General by Acclamation
S. Korea Still Tries to Please the North
Russia, China Oppose N. Korea Sanctions
Mercedes Bresso to Visit Seoul Oct. 19-24
Frenchwoman Admits Killing Frozen Babies
Japan Decides on More Sanctions against North
How Will Nuke Test Affect Ban Ki-Moon's Future Role at the UN?
French DNA Tests Confirm Parents of Babies Found in South Korea
Quake raises fears of 2nd N. Korea test
North Korea Explodes Nuclear Bomb
China on Alert over a Nuclear Neighbour
North Korea's Bomb 'Would Kill 200,000'
UNSC Urges N. Korea to Cancel Nuke Test
'Britain Demands Plum UN Posts for Supporting Ban Ki Moon'
North Korea Says It Will Conduct Nuclear Test
11 Dead, 50 Injured in 23-Car Pileup on Highway
US Seeks More Host Funds for Troops in Korea
Police Charge Korean who Scaled Blair Fence
Ban Ki-Moon Cements Hold on Top UN Post
S. Korea to Host Formula One in 2010
"Ukraine Wants More, Better Ties with S. Korea"
Few South Koreans Worry About North Korea
N. Korea Leader Uses Look-Alikes Due to Fear of Assassination: S. Korean Official
Ban Ki-Moon of Korea May Replace Annan
DAPA's Decision on E-X Program, Huge Loss
S. Korea Plans More UAE Investments
ROC Envoy to Host Reception for 95 Double-Ten
Italy-Korea Workshop on Membranes at Sicily
Serbian Delegation to Visit Seoul Sept. 25-29
Seoul, US Agrees on Talks on N. Korea
MP Margaret Hodge to Visit Seoul on Sept. 18-19
“FM Ban Ki-Moon Best Candidate”
Elephant Speaks Human Language in Seoul
N. Korea Marks 58th Anniversary of Founding
189 Mutated Genes to Cause Breast Identified
US Cmdr. Sees Need of Japan Using Collective Defense Right
Libya Marks Al-Fateh Revolution Day in Seoul
N. Korean Leader's Trip to China Imminent
Thailand’s Culture of Sexual Deviance
Monster-Themed Film Sets New Record in Seoul
N.Korea May Hold Another Missile Test
Slovakia Marks Its Constitution Day in Seoul
S. Koreans Divided over Wartime Control Regain
S. Korea's New Trend? Anything from the North
US Air Force Tests 1st Air-to-Air Missile in Korea
Asiana Pilot’s Faults to Blame for June incident
Beijing Proposes Rethinking Ties with N. Korea
N. Korean Spy Arrested While Entering S. Korea
N. Korea Appears to Be Preparing for Nuke Test
Lee Seung-Yeop Nears Sadaharu Oh Mark
Combat Communications Squadron in S. Korea to Move to Guam
Afghanistan Wants Better Ties with S. Korea
French Couple Involved in Infanticide Case to Meet Reporters: Lawyer
Koizumi Visits War Shrine, Defies Critics
Castro Lauds S. Koreans' Diligence
Hope for New Talks with N. Korea Pinned to Aid from South
N. Korean Leader Makes 1st Public Appearance Since Missile Tests
Security Authorities Ban All Liquids, Gels on Flights Destined for US, UK
French Parent of Dead Infants Unlikely to Come Back to Seoul
Roh Wants Wartime Control Back after Realignment of US Troops
Asiana Airliner Flies Sans Cabin Crew
S. Korean Cult Member Suspected of Illegally Obtaining Visa
Korean Conservatives Accuse Gov't of Risking Military Ties With US
US Plans Bigger Troop Cut in S. Korea
Lee Seung-Yeop Could Be Bound for Bigs
South Korea's Growing Isolation
US Army Eyes Competition for S. Korea Taxi Service
Funds Raised for Orphans' Trip to Thailand
Education Minister Offers to Resign over Thesis Flap
Embattled Education Minister to Quit
Phasing Out US Forces in South Korea
Somali Militants Free 8 Korean Sailors
CK CEO Hosts Farewell for 2 Leaving Diplomats
Egypt National Day Observed in Seoul
Ban Leads in Race for Next UN Chief
N. Korean Leader Kim Has New Wife: Sources
S.Korean Taxi Strike Prompts Warning from U.S. Army Exchange Service
N. Korea Cuts Off Direct Dialogue with Seoul
Transition Time in Morocco
Mayor Oh Berates Officials for Laxity
Orphanage Appeals to Expats for Support
"I Won't Apologize" for Korea Remarks
UK Trade Minister Ian McCartney Visits Seoul
G-8 Condemns N. Korean Missile Firing
U.N. Imposes Limited Sanctions on N. Korea
Seoul Mayor Oh Idles When Typoon Hits Seoul
S. Korea Sends Mixed Signals to N. Korea
"Missile Firing Is Successful, National Pride"
Perrotta Follows in England Hero's Footsteps
Canada Day and the 4th of July
EU Envoys Send Protest Letter to Seoul Gov’t
NBA Superstars to Visit Seoul in August
Are Foreign Teachers Needed?
All Eyes on Podolski and Ronaldo
Seoul 2nd Most Expensive City in World
3,000 Leaders Back Gov. Sohn for Presidency
France into Quarters, Spain Misses Out
Koreans Find Cause for Optimism
1st UNESCO World Youth Festival in Stuttgart
South Koreans Believe in Hiddink Factor
Dream Team of Those Departing
Korean Adoptees Amazed at Success in Seoul
Ambassador's Wives Save Kids with Cancer
Hiddink: Little Mistakes, Big Consequences
S. Korea is No. 1 to the Philippines
Korea's Ex-President Cancels Visit to N. Korea
Switzerland Downs Togo 2-0
Arsenal Duel Key to Swiss-Togo Clash
S. Korea Holds France to 1-1 Draw
Brazil Down Aussies 2-0 for Last 16
Ghana Stuns Czechs to Keep Hopes Alive
Netherlands Reaches 2nd Round
Dutch Quartet's Impressive Overture
Japan Enacts N. Korea Sanctions Law
India Names Shashi Tharoor for UN's Top Post
Favorites on Form As Sun Comes Out to Play
Germany Beats Poland 1-0
Amb. Ivashentsov Marks Day of Russia in Seoul
S. Korea Pull Back 2-1 Win over Togo
SNU Student Shakes Things Up!
UK Embassy, FSS Sign MOU on Education
GNP Wins Landslide Victory in Local Elections
Daewoo Founder Sentenced 10 Years in Prison
S. Korea Blanks Bosnia 2-0 in Friendly
Commissaries in Korea Tries to Show Black Mart
GNP Head Park Leaves Hospital on May 29
N. Korea Calls Off Test Runs on Railways
Seoul May Face Fiscal Challenge in Aid to North
"Diageo-EKF Scholarship Programme 2006"
WHO Chief Lee Jong-Wook Dies
S. Korea's Opposition Head Knifed by Assailant
Last Prince Yi Seok Returns Home in Jeonju
The Death Penalty: Who Can Decide?
Korea Targets Corruption at Automaker Hyundai
Roh, Khalifa Seek Joint Partnership
Etisalat, Samsung Sign 2 MOUs
The Perfect Words
Amb. Schoeman Marks Freedom Day in Seoul
AU Supports Asian Candidate: Amb. Schoeman
UPKAA Pays Courtesy Call to Philippine Envoy
Kang Kum-Sil Talks Heart to Heart with Fans
EU Centre Opens at Seoul National University
Home of S. Korea's 1st First Lady: Francesca
The Grim Realities of Teaching in Korea
New PM Han Myung-Sook Starts Her Duty
UK Veterans of Korean War Visit Seoul
38 Canadian Veterans' Pilgrimage to S. Korea
Parents Should Be One-Half Doctors
Dr. Schofield Memorial Event to Be Held April 12
Seoul Ranks 89 Among 215 Cities in Life Quality
Charity Event for Kids with Cancer Draws Crowd
Ibsen's "Ghosts" to Be Staged in Seoul on May 9
Swedish Speaker Attends SNU Panel Meeting
Koreans Spend Less on Recreation
Environmentalists Decry Korean Sea Wall
Strike Halts Work at Dubai Tower
Farmers Forcibly Evicted for US Army Base
Ewha Launches EGPP for Foreign Students
Morocco on the Move
Tunisia Marks Independence Day in Seoul
St. Patrick's Day: The Man and the Myth
Aussie Supermodel Poses Nude in Anti-Fur Ad
"El Arte de los Diplomaticos" Exhibition in Seoul
USFK Base Expansion Could Start Conflict
"Actions Not Words"
Korea's Bid for Truth and Reconciliation
"US Should Give Evidence on Fake US Bills"
Dead Magpie Stirs Fears at Envoy's House
S. Korea Dominates Short Track Again
Kim Jong-Il's Daughter Serves as His Secretary
U.S. Could Take 200 N. Korean Refugees in 2006
Korea, 4th Major Exporter of Orphans to US
South Korea Has Another Cardinal
Franco-Korean Friendship Year Begins
S. Korean Police Praised for Saving Chinese
Seoul, Paris to Mark 120 Anniversary of Ties
Ban Ki-Moon to Run for UN Secretary General
Iran Marks National Day in Reception at Lotte
"Hwang and Schatten Breakup Questioned"
Prof. Hwang, 6 Other SNU Professors Sacked
Susan O. Castrence New Philippine Ambassador
Gen. Burwell Bell Heads USFK
Gerald Schatten Sought by Seoul Prosecution
Anti-Tank Barricades Dismantled North of Seoul
"Father of Video Art" Dies at 74 in Maiami
Adult Stem Cell "Failure" -- A Closer Look
Gwangju - Birthplace of Korean Democracy
Seoul Mayor Lee Leads in Popularity Poll
Elusive Rapist Arrested In Seoul After 10 Years
North Korea, the 'Sopranos' State
FM Ban Ki-Moon Heads to US for Talks with Rice
Koreans Make Big Sacrifices to Study Overseas
Kim Jong-Il Visits China's Economic Hothouse
Koreans Find Prime Property Near the DMZ
Open Letter to Mr. Lee Kun-Hee
What's Next for Korea's Stem-cell Research?
Park Dong-Sun Arrested by FBI for Helping Iraq
Turkish Kids of War Veterans to Study in Seoul
All Prof. Hwang's Stem Cells Found to Be Fake
Ukranian Embassy Marks Its Armed Forces Day
Seoul Inks Cultural Exchange Pact with Madrid
Top Iranian Envoy Hopes for More Exchanges
North Korea Takes a Shot at Capitalism
S. Korea Faces Blow to Stem-Cell Prowess
Cloning Expert Hwang Denies Faking It
Decades of Selfless Dedication to the Needy
Seosan City to host IAEWP Regional Meeting
Prof. Hwang Admits Fabricating Stem Cell Study
UK Amb. Morris Lauds 4 Chevening Fellows
Friends of Britain Gather for Year-End Party
Pamela Anderson Writes to KFC Korea
Unionized KAL Pilots Ordered to Return to Work
Unionized Korean Air Pilots Go on Strike
Intel Officer, Kim Seungho Dies Aged 42
Finland Celebrates 88th Independence Day
Gangnam: A Model to the World?
Thais in Seoul Mark National Day on Dec. 5
MBC TV Offers Apology for Improper Approach
Prof. Hwang Cancels Press Conference
Hwang Cloning Scandal Invokes Nationalism
Romanian Film Festival Runs Dec. 1 to Dec. 3
Korea Hosts Int’l Symposium on Islam
Samsung Chairman's Daughter Kills Herself
Prince Andrew Praises UK-Korea Trade Links
Stem-cell Brothers Divide on Egg-donation Issue
Commemorating Victims of Holodomor
Prof. Marek Belka to Visit South Korea
Hamel Trade Award 2005 Granted to Inalfa, Irdeto
Poland Observes Its Independence Day in Seoul
US-N. Korea Mistrust Major Hurdle to Nuke Talks
S. Korea, Sweden Share Spoils
Dr. Aleksandruk Serves as "Charge de Affairs"
"The Spirituality and Education of Comenius”
Body and Seoul
Two Koreas' Dream: One Olympic Team
Tunisia Marks 18th Ann. of "Nov. 7 Change"
Prince Andrew Comes to Seoul for 4-Day Visit
Poland Observes Its Independence Day in Seoul
Megalomania Meets Wizard of Oz
"2005 Korean-American Friendship Night"
2 Koreas to Compete as Single Nation at Games
Lebanon and Korea Strengthen Ties
Seoul Opens Office in Communist North
"Peace Dam" to Block Flood Attack from North
Capitalist Reforms Come Slowly for N. Korea
Vice Seoul Mayor Sentenced to 5 Years in Jail
Main Opposition GNP Sweeps By-elections
North Korea's Reality Gap
Bikini-Clad Women Stage KFC Protest
Iran Probing News Source on Alleged Trade Ban: Amb. Mozaffari
Eyewitness: US Tourist in North Korea
"Prof. Jang's Comment on African Incorrect"
Tobacco Firm Has Secret North Korea Plant
S. Korea Snubs Japan in Shrine Row
N. Korea Closes Door on Food Aid
Seoul Removes Concrete to Let River Run Free
Canadian Teachers Caught in Crackdown
North Korea Calls for Stronger Armed Forces
Taiwan's "Double Tenth" Observed in Seoul
North Korea Marks Its Party Anniversary
U.S. Mulls 2-phased Nuke Declaration by N. Korea in 6 Months
US Sells Spy Aircraft to Tokyo, But Not Seoul
Seoul Receives Next-generation Fighters
Bumper Crop Justifies Limits on Aid: N. Korea
Mayor Lee Uses Tons of Tax Money on His PR
Amb. Taify Entertains Egyptian Dancers
Samsung Execs Convicted
MBC TV Concert Stampede Kills 11, Injures 70
Bali Fears New Crushing Blow after Blasts
Price of Housing Soars in S. Korea
Advocaat Takes Over S. Korean Soccer Team
Heavy-Drinking Culture Challenged in S. Korea
Pakistani Premiere Shaukhat Aziz in Seoul
British Minister Visits Republic of Korea
North Korea's Agreement to Scrap Its Nukes
North Korea Rejects UN Food Aid
Amb. Schoeman Hosts Reception for DM Pahad
N. Korea Agrees to Drop All Nuke Weapons
South Korea's Education Success
N. Korea Wants Money to Buy a Civilian Reactor
Pakistan Leader Confirms Nuclear Exports
Austria Reopens Honorary Consulate in Busan
Malaysian Envoy Hosts Luncheon
North Korea Nuclear Talks to Resume Sept. 13
Qatar Observes Independence Day in Seoul
Dutch Deputy Defense Minister Visits Seoul
Ex-Adoptee Returns to Seoul as US Diplomat
A. Vershbow Tapped As New US Envoy to Seoul
Uniting 2 Koreas, in Animated Films at Least
Dreams of Korean Summer: School, New Cell
Referendum on the Draft Charter Set on Sept. 29
Colome Replaces Panes as New Spanish Envoy
Byeonsan Bikini Beach
2005 Terry Fox Run in Seoul to Start Sept. 10
Kid of Alien Dad May Get Moroccan Nationality
S. Korea, in Turnabout, Calls for More Babies
U.S. to Keep Army in Iraq 4 More Years
M7.2 Quake Strikes Northeastern Japan
Poll Finds Pragmatic Patriotism among Young Koreans
EKF Scholarship Awarding Ceremony Held
Korean WWII Sex Slaves Fight On
In a Corner of S. Korea, a Taste of German Living
S. Korea's Generational Clash
Six-Party Talks on N.Korea Nuke to Resume After 3-Week Recess
Prof. Hwang’s Team Successfully Clones Dog
Comrades & Capitalists
Life in the Hermit Kingdom
2 Koreas Agree to Open Road, Railway Links
Padres to Trade Nevin for Park Chan Ho
S. Korea Proposes Aid to North as It Disarms
N. Korea Nuclear Goals: Case of Mixed Signals
Once-Banned Tongue Is All the Talk in N. Korea
Deprivation Spurs Change in N. Korea
"We Wish for High-Speed Cooperation"
"Last Crown Prince" Lee Ku Dies
Dog Meat Restaurants Crowded with Diners
Top English Football Team Helps Local Youths
Amb. Helmy Observes Egyptian National Day
Korean Air's B747-400 Nosedives 100 Meters
South Koreans Baulk at Boot Camp
"S. Africa Gives Break That Breaks New World"
Top English Football Team Here for Peace Cup
N. Korea Agrees to Return to Table in Late July
"UK Has the Ability to Lead EU"
Amb. Li Practicing Diplomacy in Korean Way
N. Korea Must Return to Talks Unconditionally
'Accidental' Whaling Scrutinised
Seoul, Palestine Agree to Open Representative
Seoul World's 5th Most Expensive City
S. Korea, Japan Brace for a Tense Meeting
"Tunisian Passion" Fascinates Local Audience
N. Korea News: One Source Tells All
Kim Jong Il Signals Willingness to Resume Talks
Koreas Mark 6.15 Summit, Nuke Crisis Looms
Amb. Morris Presents Scholarships to Locals
Park Chu-Young Is Face of Korea's Soccer
Vershbow Named as New US Envoy to Seoul
North Korean Food Shortages Bite
Amb. Hakim Sends Pansori to Morocco
Oshima Named as Japan Ambassador to Seoul
Germany Invites 6 Korean Artists
N. Korea Ridicules Rice, Rumsfeld
Ambassadors, Wives Watch Soccer Match
Without Apology, Leaping Ahead in Cloning
2nd Battalion, 72nd Armor to Be Inactivated
Elephant Stir Helps Seoul Eatery
Koreans Report Ease in Cloning for Stem Cells
Lingering Legacy of Korean Massacre
Soviets Groomed Kim Il-Sung for Leadership
Tunisian Communications Minister Visits Seoul
Amb. Braastad Marks National Day of Norway
Polish Film Shot in N. Korea to Be Shown
Pakr Ji-Sung Emerges as Asia's Best Player
German High Tech Items Shown in Seoul
Dominican Republic Wants to Draw Investment
Sweden Observes King's Birthday
S. Korea Shows Contested Isles to Press
Uri Party Fails to Regain Majority in Byelections
"Warszawianka" Joins High Seoul Festival
N. Korea Nuclear Talks 'in Doubt'
Russia Supports Cairo Bid for Permanent Seat
South Africa Marks Freedom Day with Reception
"Japan Boiled Comfort Woman to Make Soup"
Seoul Plaza Painted Red & Yellow with Tulips
Amb. Helmy Marks 10th Anniversary of Ties
N. Korea's Border Trade Getting Busier
Economy Root to N. Korea Crisis
"Asia's Best Foreign School" to Open
S. Korea Bars Secret Video of the North
Tunisian Embassy Ushers in the Spring
S. Korea Joins Row on Japan Textbooks
N. Korea Awaits Roh's 'Signal' during His Visit to Germany
Naksan Temple Burned in Forest Fire
Pyeongchang Gears Up for 2014 Winter Games
Bangladesh National Day Observed in Seoul
World Summit on Information Society in Tunis
North Korea Admits Bird Influenza Outbreak
Glimpse of World Shatters N. Koreans' Illusions
Irish President Stresses Friendship with Korea
Int'l Marriages Spark Human Rights Issues
Rice Reaffirms Korea Diplomacy
Rice Calls North Korea "Sovereign State"
“Hidden Daughter” Visits Kim Jong-Il Every Year
Foreigners Fear for Safety in South Korea
Seoul Warns Japan over Island Row
Japan's Move on Dokdo Makes Koreans Angry
Star Rises for Daughter of South Korea
Korean Dish 'May Cure Bird Flu'
"Reunification Possible before Capital Move"
How Electronics Penetrating N. Korea's Isolation
Seoul Vows to Make Independent Decision on Aid to N. Korea
Han Duck-Soo Named New DPM for Economy
More Improprieties Surface for Tom DeLay
USS Kitty Hawk to Make Port Call in S. Korea
Teen Flees N. Korea with Boxing Hopes
US Military Prepares to Close S. Korea Base
Rice to Make 1st Asia Trip as Secretary of State
Seoul to Deal Sternly with Japan's Dokdo Claim
Roh Objects Expansion of USFK Role in NE Asia
Transformation under Way for US Army in Korea
S. Korea Vows to Get into Space Business
Hill Appointed as State Dept. Assistant Secretary
Amb. Savov Observes Bulgaria's National Day
Seoul Rally Celebrates S. Korean Independence
S. Korea Calls for Japan Apology
“One Nation Party” Divided into Two
Roh Calls for Calm over N. Korea
Orange Revolution Possible by Students Strike
N. Korea Warns against Japan's 'Tough Steps'
Swiss Policeman Beats Up S. Korean Coed
Gen. LaPorte Meets with Seoul Citizens
53 Int'l Mother Language Day Observed in Seoul
Foreigners Find Seoul 9th Best City in Asia
N.K. Ready to Return to Talks if Conditions Met
US Eyes "Managed Pressure" on N. K.
US, Japan to Develop Missile Shield in FY 2006
Prof. Byun Gets Sweden’s Prestigious Medal
Why North Korea Won't Talk
Tough Korea Curfew for US Civilian DoD Staff
Jeju Island Attracts 117 Foreign Envoys, Family
S. Korea's "Sea Women" Trap Prey, Turn Tables
US Options Seen Limited against Pyongyang
Amb. Umana’s Daughter Weds Rontgen
Despite "Reforms" Food Crisis Hits N. Korea
“Not Only Tourist Paradise But Hi-Tech Society”
Egyptian Soccer Team Beats Korean Team 1- 0
“We Will Blow Off a Korean Airliner”
“Sri Lankans Grateful to Koreans for Help”
First-Ever Hungarian Lace Exhibition in Seoul
Australia Showed It All on Australia Day
Canada-Korea Symposium Planned in Toronto
Bush Begins New Term, Vows to End Tyranny
Paal Likely to Be Next US Envoy to Seoul
Seoul Eyes on Africa for Economic Cooperation
FM Ban's Visit to Algeria Will Boost Bilateral Ties
Tom Schieffer Likely to Replace Hill as US Amb.
US Amb. Hill Will Succeed James Kelly
Amb. Jerandi Hosts Reception for Women
Amnesty for the Kims and Their Kith
How to Jump-start Nuke Disarmament Talks?
Sponsored S. Korean Child Visits 33 Years Later
Korea's Tricky Task: Digging Up Past Treachery
7 S. Koreans Tapped to Attend Davos Forum
S. Korea, China PMs Favor Denuclearization
Democracy and National Security in S. Korea
"Bulgaria Eager for Economic Cooperation"
It's Vacation Time for Most Embassies
Russia Turns Sour on N. Korean Refugees
Sudan Wants More Investment from Seoul
N. Korean Defectors Face New Challenges on Journey South
"South Korea to Import Algerian Wine"
New Agent of Change in N. Korea: Cellphones
60th Vietnam People's Army Day Observed
CCCK's Christmas Party at Oakwood
Mayor Lee Blocked from His Own Press Room
Pyongyang Produces Computer Games
Finland Marks 87th Independence Day
North Koreans Eager to Play Golf as Well
President Roh Warns U.S. Hawks Not to Drive Pyongyang into a Corner
Seoul to Supply Electricity to Kaesong in North
Egyptian Envoy Thanks Seoul Gov't for Support
Mr. Samuel Koo Is Man of Global Perspectives
Dr. Han Wan-Sang to Lead Korean Red Cross
Romania Marks 86th Revolution Day at Shilla
"Arab Culture Night" Draws Locals, Foreigners
New Way Found for Mass Nanocrystal Produce
Romania Observes Its Revolution Day Dec. 1
President Roh Rejects Army Chief's Resignation
Japanese Official Warns of Fissures in N. Korea
Seoul Eyes $92 Bil. for Weapon Modernization
Algeria Fetes 50th "Revolution Day"
Belgium Embassy Marks National Day Nov. 15
Workshop on Global Human Trafficking Held
President Roh Cautions U.S. on North Korea
IAEA Raps S. Korea's Nuclear Experiments
Seoul Sends Top Envoy to Arafat's Funeral
Kangwon Land Draws Scores of Top Envoys
"A Social Revolution Shakes South Korea"
Joyful Dancing in North Korea
Parliamentary Diplomacy Urgently Needed
British Amb. Morris Visits Geomundo Island
"Me Want Talk to You, 2 Minutes, Come Baby"
G.I. Deserter Recounts Cold, Hungry Times
Scores of Sex Workers Go on Hunger Protest
"Special Sex Trade Law Should Be Repealed"
Korean Missionaries Carry Word to Hard Places
Foreign Envoys, Family Visit Kangwon Land
Turkey "Public Day" Celebrated at Hilton Oct. 29
Amb. Smetanka Marks Czech Nat'l Day Oct. 28
Employees Banned from Using Messenger
Global Conference on Iraq Slated Nov. 22-23
S. Korean Military Launches Massive Search Operations for Possible N. Korean Infiltrators
The President vs. The Dailies
North Koreans Seek Asylum in School
Hungary's National Day Celebrated at Hyatt's
BC Hosts "Education UK Alumni Night"
South Koreans Worried about the Third Threat
Court Rules "Capital Move" Unconstitutional
Ex-President Kim Young-Sam to Visit Taiwan
Tunisian Presidential Election Due on Oct. 24
N. Korea Envoy Kim Yong-Nam Visits China
The Scots Guards Bring Down the Flags
Havel Becomes Winner of 7th Seoul Peace Prize
Game Sites Crime on the Rise
Pyeongyang Tightens Its Border with China
America's Retreat from Asia
Animal Abuse To Be Heavily Punished from 2006
Amb. Geier Observes German "Day of Unity"
ROC Envoy Hosts Reception for 93 Double-Ten
3,000 Sex Workers Protest Threat to Livelihood
Amb. Helmy Holds Reception for IAEA Chief
Seoul Is Transparent, Cooperative in Nuke Issue
Oct. 3 Is Day of Jay, Day of Unity for Germans
S. Korea on Alert After Iraq Dispatch
N. Korea Dogs Bush-Kerry Debate
N. Korean Refugees Storm Beijing Embassy
"Will Use City Budget for Anti-Capital Move"
Is This A "Capital" Move?
North Korea: On the Face of It
"Czech Offers Well Priced Skilled Labor"
New Cracks in Nuclear Containment
"Don't Mention Gando," Says China's Wu Dawei
Algerian Minister Praises Korea CDMA Progress
Seoul Scientist Calls Uranium Test 'Academic'
Amb. Boutache To Return Home on Sept. 25
59 Lawmakers Adopt Resolution for "Lost Land"
"We Have No Atom Bomb Program"
S. Koreans Say Secret Work Refined Uranium
High Diplomatic Posts to Open for Civilians
A Mystery about a Mistress in North Korea
China Fears Once and Future Kingdom
North Korea, Eyeing Election, Issues Stream of Insults at Bush
Amb. Furkalo Says Roh Will Visit Kiev in 2005
N. Korea Reaches Out, World Reaches Back
Raking over S. Korea's Colonial Past
Ruling Party Chairman Shin Quits After Father's Past of Japanese Collaboration Was Revealed
As Its Economy Shifts from Planned to Market
Making Pizza for Kim Jong-il
North East Asia Hit by Record High Heat
Swiss Amb. Muhlethaler to Leave Seoul in Oct.
"N. Korea's New Missile Could Not Reach US"
Foreign Envoys Away for Summer Vacation
North Korea Pumps Money into Military
North Korean Missiles Could Reach US
Korean Air Pilots Resolve to Go on Strike
N. Korea Blames Seoul for Welcoming Defectors
Sonatrach, Bergesen Jointly Launch New LNG Carrier at Daewoo Shipyard
450 Defectors Facing Long, Frightening Journey
450 N. Korean Defectors Arrive from Vietnam
Morocco to Mark Throne Celebration Day July 30
DPRK Seems to Reject US Butter-for-Guns Offer
The Bleak Future of the US-ROK Alliance
US, ROK Agree to Move Troops from Seoul
"Many Foreign Envoys Oppose Moving Seoul"
Belgium Embassy Robbed by a Black Alien
Kuwaiti PM Sabah Meets with President Roh
Japan Abductee Ready for Reunion
Imprudent Remarks, Transport Fiasco Send Seoul Mayor Lee Myung-Bak in Hot Water
North Korea Makes World Heritage List
"WHO's Exclusion of Taiwan Put Lives of Taiwan, Other Asian People at Risk"
Seoul Mayor Lee under Fire for Spending Tax Money for "Promoting Him and His Policies."
South Korea Auto Strikes May Spread
World Taekwondo Festival Kicks off in Cheongju
National Assembly Endorses Lee Hai-chan as New Prime Minister
While Kim Indulges, His Countrymen Starve
Int'l Graduate School of English Gains Recognition from Abroad
Both Koreas Sidestep U.S. to Forge Political and Pragmatic Links
Korean Captive Killed after Deadline Passes
Roh Reaffirms Plan to Dispatch Troops
Seoul to Send Forces to Iraq Despite SOS
South Korea Gets Iraq Hostage Ultimatum
3 Int'l Taekwondo Events Take Place in June
Two Koreas Agree Tension-Easing Steps
Portugal Commemorates Birth of Camoes
U.S. May Cut Third of Troops in South Korea
Meaning of U.S. Troops Move from Peninsula
"June 10 Is the Day Luis de Camoes Died"
President Roh Names Amb. Tom Foglietta as Honorary U.S. Consulate to South Korea
Neighborhood of U.S. Base Is Hot Real Estate
BC Reopens with State-of-Art Online Service
North Korea Flirts with 'Red Line'
How Serious Is North Korea's Nuclear Threat?
Africa Day Observed with Pledges to Preserve Peace, Stability in Africa
"Allies Should Help When US Is in Trouble"
"Humble Mind, Attitude Important in Diplomacy"
"We Have a Long Way to Go": LG Executive
US Redeployment to Iraq Rattle Korean Alliance
Seoul Night Lit with Lanterns of Buddha
Korea's GSIT Becomes Asia's 1st CIUTI Member
2010 World Cup Chance to Unify Tribes, Culture
We Want to Learn from Korea's 2002 World Cup
South Korea's Leader Roh Moo-hyun Reinstated
Diplomatic Flurry in Asia on Eve of Arms Talks
South Africa's Nelson Mandela Selected as Recipient of Manhae Peace Prize
Indian Biz Leader Urges Korean SMEs to Team Up with Indian Counterparts for Global Edge
Inhale Deep Aroma of Mountain Dew Tea
Cab Driver Sets Himself on Fire in Protest
Korea Crash Stirs South's Hearts, Hopes
"Morocco Leads Race to Host 2010 World Cup"
Police Efforts for Prostitutes' Human Rights Bring No Result in Yongjugol Whorehouses
Gov. Woo Keun-min Loses His Governorship
South Africa's 10th Freedom Day Marked
South Africa Marks 10th Freedom Day
Aid Agencies Rush to Help North Korea
Huge Blast at North Korea-China Border City Raises Speculations of Attack on Kim Jong Il
Sheikh Hamdan's Trip to Far East Bolsters Cooperative Ties with Korea, Japan, China
PGH Saves Rickety GNP from Near Collapse
Impeached President Gains Support in Vote
South Koreans Opt for Reform in Elections
Big Win for S. Korean Leader
UAE Deputy PM in Seoul for 4-Day Visit
The World at $100 A Barrel
"Vox Populi, That's the Constitution"
"Big 3" Dailies Blamable for Roh's Impeachment
Lost in Racism?
The Roh Impeachment: American Perspective
Impeachment Makes Korea Laughing Stock
S. Korea Questions Direction of Latest Step
President's Impeachment Stirs Angry Protests in South Korea
South Korean President Roh Impeached by Opposition-Controlled National Assembly
JAK Delivers Protest Letter to U.S. Embassy Over Detention of Korean Journalists in Iraq
"Treasure" Trees Ripped by Record Snow
Anarchy Rules in Streets of Republic of Korea
Israel Kills 3 Palestinians, Destroy 120 Shops
Americans Favor Football Over Soccer
Israeli Troops Terrorize Palestinian Banks
Fears of Strife Continue in Sri Lanka
"Refuseniks" Phenomenon Rising in Israel
Bomb Attack Kills 7 Israelis, Hurts Dozens
Working, Drinking for Long Hours in Korea
Angry Palestinian Laborers Demonstrate
Valentine's Day in Gaza: Roses Await Lovers
Yongsan to Become Park When U.S. Moves
More People Prefer Single Life to Marriage
Sex Life Active, Sex Trade Thriving in Korea
Venturing Out for Night Life in Seoul
Israeli Invasion Leaves 12 Palestinians Killed
U.S. Peace Activist Finds Love in West Bank
Torture, Rape Occur in Indian Classroom
Israeli Air Raid Targets Islamic Jihad Leader
"Malnutrition in Palestinian Similar to Africa"
Foreigners Welcome at "Full Moon Festival"
US Pacific Command Faces Sweeping Changes
World Leaders Must Take Stand against Nukes
At Least 10 Killed in Jerusalem Bus Blast
Israeli Forces Kill 8, Wound Others in Gaza
Corruption Investigations Hits Top Politicians
2 Palestinians Killed by Israeli Troops in Gaza
Delusional Dictators Not to Be Ignored
India's Cities Prosper as Country Folk Starve
English Key to Success for Immigrants in U.S.
Dr. Horace G. Underwood's Grandson Dies
India, Pakistan Form Friendly Ties
Korean, Japanese Locked in Duel on Net
Smuggling Children?
Hotels Offer Lunar New Year's Events
Cell Phones Bring Joy, Sorrow World Over
English Insecurity?
"Road to Hell Paved with Good Intentions"
Youngnak Caters to Foreign Worshippers
Drive Legally and Safely
Why Kim Jong-Il Must Go
"Kim Jong-Il Should Let His People Go"
Language Most Serious Problem in Seoul
Iraq: Let the U.N. Clean Up the Mess
Pyongyang Sustains the Unsustainable
Supporting Illegal Immigration?
70 Foreign Workers Arrested on First Day
What is the price of patriotism?
To Tattoo or Not to Tattoo
Foreigners Learn Korean Language for Free
We Want Government to Recognize Sex Trade
KOFEN Hosts First Business Party Oct. 24
Hanshin Hurricane or Fukuoka Fowl
"Spouse Swapping" Sex Parties Spread
The Day Kanto Shook - 80 Years On
What Really Happened at Helios Bar?
Seoul Prostitutes Say No to Foreigners
Helios Pledges Better Service to Foreigners
Bar Scene Nightmare for Foreigners
Spirit of Terry Fox Lives on in Korea
Seoul Mayor Lee Myung-bak Indicted
Latino Population Increase: Good News for Democrats
Dogs Adored While Being Eaten in Seoul
Immigration: a Federal or Local Affair?
Illegal Workers Avoid Mass Deportation as Work-Permit System Passes Assembly
Itaewon: Seoul's Sin City in Decline
Rights for Undocumented Workers?
Korea Least Favorable in E. Asia
"KoRoot" Opens to House Korean Adoptees
"Korean Market Great for Canadians"
S. Korea's Pyeongchang Most Likely Venue for 2010 Winter Olympic Games
"Jeju Free Int'l City" Project on Track
Foreign Workers' Fates in Jeopardy
Foreigners Head to Boot Camp near DMZ
"Kimchi Prevents SARS in Korea"
2002 Korea-Japan World Cup Celebrated
"Hi Seoul Festival" Fills Downtown
Edison Never Dies in Seoul Exhibition
Seoul City to Open Hot Line for Foreigners
Russian Girls Seek Help from Police
You Can Work, But You Can't Drive
Alien's Rights Abused by Local Police
Americans Top Alien List in Kangnam
Free Dental Care Available for Alien Workers
City Tour Bus Now Runs Hourly
Taste Korean Culture in Home Stay
Chosunjock Church Holds Harvest Moon Festival
Introducing Russian community
The Ryder Cup Is Coming Back to Europe; the Europeans Say
Phillip Yoo Educates Koreans on Chiropractic
Gov't to Raise Price to Discourage Smoking
New Phone Card Enables Alien Workers to Listen to News of Their Own Country
Aliens to Be Issued New Certificates for E-Commerce
Immigration Control to Be Tightened
Foreigners Complain about Seoul Life
On a Scale From One to Tense, Expats Rate Asian Countries
Should Adultery Be a Crime in Korea?
Korean-Russian Marriages Shattered by Fake Marriage, Cultural Differences
Foreign Workers Seek Comfort at Korean Churches




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