Second-largest Korean city could see major economic windfall, some claim, but faces steep competition from Riyadh
The Democratic Party has pushed Yoon on Fukushima, called for an official ‘Dokdo Day’ to celebrate disputed islets
Resentment over cultural ownership runs deep between the two countries, and video games are the latest iteration of it
Seoul court rules ROK must pay survivor of massacre, but case unlikely to affect growing ties with Vietnam
New COVID restrictions on Chinese nationals risk alienating the most important country for South Korea’s tour industry
Despite outward similarities with its U.S. ally, Seoul’s Indo-Pacific strategy stresses cooperation with Beijing
A frequent source of confusion, traditional system reflects how South Koreans establish hierarchies in social settings
Officials have been reluctant to ease measures that won praise early in pandemic but may do so in the coming weeks
South Korea is a big polluter with a large economy, but it pledged little to developing countries at recent COP27 summit
South Korea and China appeared at odds on North Korea and economic issues at first bilateral summit since pandemic
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