N.Korean Officials Prepare for Kim Jong-un's Vietnam Trip
North Korean officials are busy preparing for their leader Kim Jong-un's visit in Vietnam amid tight security as a second U.S.-North Korea summit looms in Hanoi. The team reportedly includes Kim Chang-son, Kim Jong-un's de facto chief of staff, and Kim Chol-gyu, deputy chief of the Supreme Guard Command responsible for Kim Jong-un's security.
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'Extreme Job' Continues Successful Run at Box Office
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NATIONAL/POLITICS
Starry Nightclub Shuts Down Over Drug Allegations
The glitzy Gangnam nightclub Burning Sun, which has been a focal point for prurient interest in the lives of the rich and famous after allegations of drug use, sexual harassment and bouncer brutality, closed for business on Sunday.
NORTH KOREA
Kim Jong-un to Make State Visit to Vietnam Ahead of Summit with Trump
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will arrive in Vietnam on Feb. 25 for a state visit ahead of his second summit with U.S. President Donald Trump two days later, Reuters reported Saturday.
BUSINESS
Household Loans Drop at Last
Household loans in January fell for the first time in four years. The Financial Services Commission said Friday that household loans from all financial institutions including subprime lenders dwindled by W200 billion last month.