Top US and South Korean foreign policy and defense officials have concluded talks largely focused on security threats posed by North Korea.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken warns Biden administration will respond if China “uses coercion and aggression to get its way” in the region.
Secretary of State Blinken and Secretary of Defense Austin will meet with allies in Japan and South Korea to reaffirm trans-Pacific partnerships.
Secretary of State Blinken and Pentagon chief Austin will meet with allies in Japan and South Korea to reaffirm trans-Pacific partnerships.
South Korea plans to redefine what constitutes a legal family, but same-sex couples will not be included.
The International community’s efforts to engage North Korea came to a halt in 2020 following the breakdown of US-led negotiations as well as the onset of the COVID pandemic.
South Korea’s National Assembly has passed a law that penalizes activists who send anti-North Korean material across the border.
Author provides on-the-ground account of engagement with one of world’s most isolated states.
South Korean pop music, K-pop, has become a global phenomenon. But the country now wants to also export its police force’s tactics.
Here's how country's police force overcame a troubled and sometimes violent legacy to build trust with citizens.
South Korea commemorating the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War amid pandemic.
Students in their third and final year of high school were scheduled to return to classrooms on Wednesday, but the country’s Education Ministry has now pushed back the date to May 20.
Office parties in South Korea make many women feel uncomfortable, but the Me Too movement is helping change that
Country has world’s largest business process outsourcing, or BPO, industry, employing some one-million workers.
The Gwangju District Court found Captain Lee Jun-Seok guilty of negligence, but not homicide; A homicide conviction could have resulted in the death penalty.