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Semiconductor Chip

Mar 25, 2021 AM EDT - Serena Martinez

South Korea To Venture Into Next-Generation Power Chips

South Korea plans to establish a next-generation power chip ecosystem, ranging from key technologies to product development and mass production.

Protesters in Atlanta had gathered to condemn Asian hate crimes in the country.

Mar 25, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

FM Chung To Work Closely With US To Protect Koreans Amid Asian Hate Crimes

FM Chung Eui-yong emphasized the efforts of the South Korean government in protecting the safety of South Koreans who are residing in the United States amid recent deadly shootings in Atlanta. It was after four women killed in the Atlanta shooting came of Korean descent.

NORTH KOREA MISSILE LAUNCH ALERT

Mar 25, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

North Korea Fires Unidentified Missiles Into The East Sea

North Korea launched 2 unidentified missiles into the East Sea on Thursday morning. The projectiles were fired from the eastern South Hamgyong Province of North Korea earlier in the morning, the military said.

Seoul

Mar 24, 2021 AM EDT - Jon Agustin

European Companies Say It's A Challenge To Do Business In Korea: Here's Why

Nevertheless, these European businesses remain optimistic about doing business in Korea despite the rigid regulatory environment.

The United Nations headquarters.

Mar 24, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

UN Adopts Resolution Against North Korea Over Human Rights Violations

UN-HRC implemented a new resolution that condemns North Korea's violations to its own citizens for around 19 consecutive years. The latest resolution that was created also newly included concerns with regards to the infringement of the rights of the prisoners of war and their descendants who were not repatriated.

Kim Jong-un, Xi Jinping

Mar 23, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

North Korea, China Stronger Ties Amid ‘Hostile Forces’

North Korea and Chinese leaders exchanged messages to strengthen the alliance against "hostile forces". This came after the growing tensions between the US and China, and Washington and Pyongyang.

A photograph of AstraZeneca vaccine vial.

Mar 22, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

S. Korea To Start Vaccinating Citizens Over 65, In Nursing Homes This Week

South Korea will start administering AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine for its citizens over 65 and those who work at nursing homes and long-term care facilities this week. President Moon Jae-in and first lady Kim Jung-sook will also be vaccinated on Tuesday.

Korea Travel

Mar 22, 2021 AM EDT - Serena Martinez

Traveling To South Korea? Some Tips To Help You Prepare

With the current pandemic and cases rising, is it still possible to travel to South Korea?

South Korean Foreign Minister Chung Eui-yong.

Mar 20, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

FM Chung Holds Separate Talks Costa Rica, Guatemala

FM Chung Eui-yong made separate talks with foreign ministers from Costa Rica and Guatemala in Seoul about the bilateral relations and cooperation between the countries.

South Korea and US top officials during the press conference after the

Mar 19, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

SK, US Set North's Denuclearization As 'Top Priority'

In a joint statement released by Seoul and Washington, officials said that the top priority of the alliance is to address North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile issues. Washington will also pressure Beijing to convince the North to denuclearize.

North Korea

Mar 19, 2021 AM EDT - Serena Martinez

North Korea Warns U.S. President Biden 'Not To Cause A Stink' Before Seoul Meeting

President Biden and his administration must not step into the toes of the country's activities and its issues "if it wants to sleep in peace for the next four years."

A general view of Sungnyemun Gate in Seoul, South Korea

Mar 17, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

South Korea's Energy Consumption In 2020 By 4%

South Korea's energy consumption decreased by 4% in 2020. Analysts say this is due to the pandemic and the lockdown imposed by the government to contain the virus.

People wearing masks and walking in front of a banner of a Covid-19 information displayed on the wall of Seoul City Hall.

Mar 16, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

SK To Complete COVID-19 Vaccination to 12 Million People By June

South Korea is set to vaccinize around 12 million people using some Pfizer and most AstraZeneca vaccines. The first phase of the campaign is almost through and will be done by end of this month.

An aerial view of a residential properties in a South Korean province.

Mar 16, 2021 AM EDT - Jay Ahon

LH Overhaul To Be Done After Corruption Issue

While the Korean government is still investigating the corruption issue behind LH, President Moon said that the project still needs to be completed. Over the week, the President's approval rating went down to 35.5 percent, and the issue is seen behind the fall.

Pedestrians pass an electric display with the latest stock market figures in Seoul, South Korea

Mar 13, 2021 AM EST - Jay Ahon

KOSPI To Remain Higher On Stocks Next Week

Analysts said that KOSPI's stocks will remain in the high position next week. The South Korean stocks had been retreating for around five sessions in a row, now it is starting to recover.

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