Park Faces Decisive Week as Impeachment Vote Looms
President Park Geun-hye is approaching crunch time with an impeachment vote scheduled Friday and a National Assembly committee starting hearings on the crony scandal that has engulfed her.
Kim Jong-un's Wife Resurfaces After Mysterious Absence
More Koreans Travel Abroad in Off-Season
Egyptian Bank Closes Pyongyang Branch
U.S. Blacklists N.Korean Airline
No. of Thyroid Cancer Operations Falls by Half
Korean Men's Life Expectancy Now Above OECD Average
Protester Numbers Set Fresh Record as Park Refuses to Budge
Another round of candle-light protests in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on Saturday drew up to 1.7 million people who again peacefully braved freezing temperatures to call on President Park Geun-hye to quit over a massive crony scandal.
Kim Jong-un Doles Out Swiss Watches to Buy Loyalty
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un handed out Swiss wristwatches to senior officials at the seventh Workers Party Congress in Pyongyang in early May, Asahi Shimbun reported Sunday.
Asiana to Charge More for Front-Row Economy Seats
Asiana Airlines has decided to charge more for front-row economy seats because they offer more legroom and travelers get out faster. Asiana said it will start selling marked-up front-row economy seats on international flights starting on Dec. 16.