Less Than Half of Enlisted Soldiers Consider N.Korea the Enemy
A majority of professional military officers staunchly think of North Korea as the enemy, but among their conscripted men the proportion is less than half. Some 64.6 percent of officers regard North Korea as the enemy but only 47.4 percent of enlisted servicemen.
U.S. Sanctions Chinese Firm for Aiding N.Korea
Foreign Smartphone Makers Step Up Marketing in Korea
U.K. Expels N.Korean Insurance Staff
U.S. to Modernize Nuclear Force
Hundreds of Teenagers Listed as Company Chiefs
Kakao, KEPCO to Be Spared Tough Conglomerate Rules
Masses of Chinese Tourists Expected in 'Golden Week'
A quarter of a million Chinese visitors are expected in Korea starting this weekend as China celebrates its weeklong national holiday. The Korea Tourism Organization expects 40,000 more Chinese tourists than last year.
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."
Arirang TV Enters U.K. with 24-Hour Channel
Arirang TV began broadcasting in the U.K. on Tuesday via British satellite stations Sky UK and Freesat. Some 6.6 million households there can now watch the English-language channel at all hours of the day and night.