Constitutional Court Won't Use Tablet PC as Evidence
The Constitutional Court on Tuesday decided not to admit a tablet PC allegedly used by President Park Geun-hye's longtime confidante Choi Soon-sil as evidence in the impeachment trial.
More Defections by N.Korean Diplomats 'Went Unreported'
Hyundai Promises Massive Investment in U.S.
Ex-Park Aide, Culture Minister Quizzed Over Blacklist
Outlook Bleak Among European Businesses in Korea
Kia, GM Heat Up Market with New Cars
Egg Prices to Remain High This Year
Japan Reasserts Claim to Dokdo
Tokyo appears to be launching a fresh campaign to assert its flimsy colonial-era claim to Korea's Dokdo Islets. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida on Tuesday told reporters that Dokdo is Japanese territory.
N.Korea's Plutonium Stockpile 'Grows Alarmingly'
North Korea's plutonium stockpile has grown to some 50 kg, enough to make two or three more nuclear weapons, according to South Korea's 2016 defense white paper. The white paper carries latest information on the North Korean military.
Samsung to Release All-Screen Galaxy Phone
Samsung's new flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone will have the biggest screen in the series to date. It is slated for release in April. Boffins expect the screen to be curved at all four edges and come without a home button at the bottom.