Cab Driving Is Pyongyang's Most Lucrative Job
The best-paying job in Pyongyang's nascent capitalist economy is cab driving. Drivers working for state-run taxi firms submit half of their daily earnings to the company and take home the rest. >> Full Text
Kim Jong-un's Aunt to Sue Defectors for Defamation
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's aunt is suing several prominent defectors for defamation in Seoul, her lawyer Kang Yong-suk said Tuesday. Ko Yong-suk, the sister of Kim's mother Ko Yong-hui, has been living in the U.S. since she sought asylum there in 1998. >> Full Text

How Will Korea Cope if Yuan Becomes Reserve Currency?
The inclusion of the Chinese yuan in the International Monetary Fund's reserve currency basket is a double-edged sword for the Korean economy. Once the yuan becomes a SDR currency in October 2016, it may strengthen in value and status. >> Full Text

Tourists look at a tangerine tree at an event promoting tangerines from Jeju in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on Tuesday. /Newsis

Visitors look at rag dolls at an exhibition in aid of Syrian refugee children at a university in Busan on Tuesday.

Tae-yeon of Girls' Generation arrives at Incheon International Airport on her way to the Mnet Asian Music Award in Hong Kong on Tuesday.

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