South Korean defense chief warns of repercussions from upcoing power change in North Korea

South Korea warns of problems when NK power shifts

After epic productions, Zhang unveils back-to-basics romance at Pusan festival

Zhang calls new film a back-to-basics romance

South Korean official calls North Korea’s nuclear threat ‘extremely dangerous’

South Korea: NKorea’s nuclear threat ‘dangerous’

General Motors to test battery-powered models of its Cruze in South Korea

General Motors to test electric Cruze in S. Korea

Hyundai shows off South Korea’s first electric car as president takes test drive

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North Korea turns to Twitter, YouTube in apparent propaganda war

North Korea says it has joined Twitter, YouTube

Subsidiary of Korea’s LG Chem to build electric Ford Focus batteries

Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama

Nations can’t agree on how to curb whaling; Japan can still raid marine sanctuary unchecked

Nations fail to limit whaling, Japan still hunts

Abnormal radiation detected near border, but SKorea says NKorea did not conduct nuclear test

Abnormal radiation detected near Korean border

SKorea launches rocket with satellite to study climate change, but loses contact with craft

SKorea loses contact with rocket after liftoff

Reports: South Korea loses communications with rocket

Reports: SKorea loses communications with rocket

SKorea plans to launch satellite a day after delay due to fire safety problems

SKorea plans to launch satellite after delay

South Korea delays satellite launch due to fire safety problems

South Korea delays satellite launch

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s planned launch of a space satellite was delayed Wednesday due to a technical glitch and was likely to be postponed to another day, a government official said.

Report: South Korea delays satellite launch due to fire safety problems

Report: South Korea delays satellite launch

SKorea completes preparations to launch satellite nearly a year after failure

South Korea readies satellite launch

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea completed preparations Wednesday for its second attempt to send a satellite into space after failing in the ambitious endeavor last year.

North Korea claims its scientists have succeeded in elusive nuclear fusion reaction

NKorea claims to achieve elusive nuclear fusion

Samsung plans to invest $20.6 bln in developing new products over next decade to boost sales

Samsung outlines $20.6 billion investment plan

Scientists’ DNA testing shows Japanese whale meat illegally surfacing at sushi bars elsewhere

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