Chinese Tourists Dwindle for 1st Time
The number of Chinese tourists visiting Korea dropped for the first time last month. The Korea Tourism Organization on Friday said 873,771 Chinese tourists visited Korea in August, down five percent from the previous month.
Most S.Koreans Support Nuclear Armament
65,000 Schoolkids Mentally Troubled
Korea Falls to 6th Place in Global Car Production
Park Hae-jin Gives W50 Million to Relief Effort in Quake-Hit Gyeongju
Drew Barrymore Gets 1st-Hand Look at Korean Cosmetics Market
Illegal Foreign Residents on the Increase
NATIONAL/POLITICS
U.S. Shows Off Strategic Bomber to Koreans
The U.S. displayed a supersonic strategic bomber at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province over the weekend. The B-1B Lancer was displayed as part of events hosted by the 7th U.S. Air Force and Korea's Air Force Operations Command.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korea Threatens to Continue Nuclear Arms Development
North Korea's foreign minister on Friday threatened that his country "will continue to take measures to strengthen its national nuclear armed forces in both quantity and quality."
BUSINESS
Samsung to Resell Recalled Galaxy Note 7s
Samsung plans to refit Galaxy Note 7 phablets that have been recalled due to combustible batteries. The company is recalling 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 handsets worldwide.