North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for economic growth in his annual address to the nation.
Following World War II, thousands of ethnic Koreans were left in Japan when the peninsula was split.
A large fire devastated one of South Korea’s main telecom companies Saturday, affecting millions of users.
Pyongyang's hackers continue to circumvent protections to compromise computer systems around the globe.
But experts say it is unlikely to affect the denuclearization talks or summit plans.
Recent findings from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, showed South Korea was the second highest in the number of suicide for member nations.
UN Ambassador Haley says there hasn't been enough progress on denuclearization.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in continues to tall for sanctions relief on North Korea as it moves toward denuclearization.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in called upon the international community to reward North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for his efforts to denuclearize.
Experts warn of a dark year ahead as South Korea’s economy slows.
Japan skips South Korea naval show after Seoul protests use of Japanese naval Rising Sun flag.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made his fourth trip to Pyongyang Sunday; While the secretary said the conversations moved things forward, experts tell VOA the next steps remain unclear.
Lee has denied all wrongdoing and called the inquiry against him 'political revenge'.
A South Korean delegation returns to Pyongyang for three days to commemorate the 11th anniversary a North-South joint declaration signed in 2007.
South Korea is considering abolishing the fund Tokyo paid into as part of the landmark 2015 agreement to resolve lingering dispute over Japan’s wartime sexual slavery of women.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in openly speaks about a new era of peace and prosperity, but absent from the discussion has been the North’s human rights abuse.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced Wednesday that he has agreed to allow international inspectors observe the dismantlement of facilities key to Pyongyang’s missile program.
Moon and North Korean leader Kim will discuss ways of improving inter-Korean ties, reducing military tensions on the peninsula, and how to move denuclearization talks forward.
The S. Korean president travels to Pyongyang Tuesday with a delegation that includes heads from some of the countries largest companies.