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Presidential Candidates Campaign In South Korea

May 10, 2017 AM EDT - stphntapulao

South Korea's Official Election Features 'Game Of Thrones' And 'Mortal Kombat'

Despite the serious presidential election, South Korea's broadcasting channels try to make things light as they release graphics that would ultimately suit with the culture of today's generation.

Closing Ceremony 2016 Olympic Games - Olympics: Day 16

May 10, 2017 AM EDT - Susmita Pathak Mishra

North Korea to Launch New Nuclear Test As Increasing Fear Complex Within World Players

A top official has confirmed that North Korea is all set to test and launch its sixth nuclear test.

Presidential Candidates Campaign In South Korea

May 09, 2017 PM EDT - E. K. Encina

South Korea Election News Hints At Disestablishing Chaebol Control Including Samsung Empire

Recent South Korea election news hints at the end of chaebol economical control as new political dawn approaches.

South Koreans Hold Rallies Against Japan Regarding Territorial Dispute

May 09, 2017 PM EDT - Rohit

South Korea Faces A Bigger Threat In Government Corruption Rather Than The Nuclear Threat From North Korea

For the thousands of residents that live in South, the relation with North Korea is hardly the main problem. There are many other troubles that they seem to be facing besides corruption and reform.

Preliminary Voting At Local Polling Stations In Seoul

May 04, 2017 AM EDT - Guenee Simmons

South Korea News: Presidential Election Set On May 9; What To Expect?

South Koreans will vote for a new president on May 9, after former President Park was removed from office. Meantime, farmers from Seongju county are calling for the withdrawal of the US military-defense system.

Ex-president Park Geun-hye was impeached late last year, removed from office in March and her corruption trial got underway this week.

May 03, 2017 AM EDT - Vikas Malviya

Two Most Influential People In South Korea Are Reportedly In Jail Now

Two Most Influential People In South Korea Are Reportedly In Jail Now. Ex-president Park Geun-hye was impeached late last year, removed from office in March and her corruption trial got underway this week.

South Korea’s Likely Next President Moon Jae In Asks U.S. To Respect Its Democracy

May 03, 2017 AM EDT - Ella

South Korea’s Likely Next President Moon Jae In Asks U.S. To Respect Its Democracy

Presidential candidate Moon Jae In says U.S. involvement in South Korea's war against North Korea might not be a good move amidst elections.

EXP Edition

Apr 20, 2017 AM EDT - Trisha Cerdena

EXP Edition Update: Non-Korean Boyband Living in Seoul Gains Fame in K-Pop World

Despite having American members, boyband EXP Edition is set to make a name for themselves in the K-pop world after releasing their debut single, "Feel Like This."

Venues And Townscape Ahead Of PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games

Apr 19, 2017 PM EDT - Trisha Cerdena

South Korea Set to Hold Nationwide Shopping Festival "Korea Sale FESTA" in Fall

South Korea is set to carry out a nationwide shopping festival in the fall, known as the "Korea Sale FESTA" in efforts to improve domestic consumption and attract foreign consumers.

Women in South Korea's workplace

Apr 18, 2017 AM EDT - Trisha Cerdena

Women in Korea: Female Executives Remain Few in Korea's Major Financial Firms

New data has found that major financial organizations in South Korea, including banks and insurance companies, seldom place women in high-ranking positions in the workplace.

The U.S. Vice President Mike Pence Visits South Korea - Day 1

Apr 17, 2017 AM EDT - Trisha Cerdena

North Korea Failed Missile Test: US Vice President Mike Pence Promises Americans’ Commitment to South Korea, Asian Allies

A day after North Korea's failed missile test, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrived in South Korea and emphasized the Trump administration's commitment to its Asian allies.

South Koreans using Samsung's Android smartphones

Apr 17, 2017 AM EDT - Trisha Cerdena

South Korea Society: Smartphone Addiction Reaches 'Serious Levels' Among Young South Korean Women

New findings from the South Korean government point out smartphone addiction among young women aged 18 and older, including physical and mental withdrawal symptoms in the absence of a smartphone.

A screenshot of a B-1B heavy bomber.

Apr 02, 2017 AM EDT - Eddie Ruse

North Korea's Recent Actions Dubbed 'Reckless' By U.S. Defense Secretary; Pyongyang Slammed West Of B-1B Flyby

U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis dubbed North Korea's actions as reckless.

Super Junior's Henry Lau

Mar 11, 2017 AM EST - Eddie Ruse

South Korean culture's global influence can be contributed to KPop; Canada welcomes hallyu with open arms

The South Korean culture in Canada was well-received by the locals as some Universities are now conducting Korean language classes.

USA Vs China: THAAD missile system begins deployment in South Korea, China angered - TomoNews

Mar 10, 2017 AM EST - Eddie Ruse

South Korean Pop Culture Suffers After China's Embargo; Tensions In The Region Higher Than Ever

The South Korean pop culture has been suffering as of late due to China's ban on everything South Korean.

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