N.Korea Continues Ballistic Missile Program
North Korea continues a ballistic missile program at 16 hidden bases, commercial satellite images show according to the New York Times on Monday. The images suggest that the North improved more than a dozen missile sites whose existence it has never admitted even as it offered to dismantle one major launch site.
Businesses Spy on Staff After Shortened Working Week
TWICE Could Be Swept up in Bangtan Boys Scandal
Moon Seeks Summit with Xi on Sidelines of APEC Meeting
Teacher Leaked Exam Questions to Twin Daughters
Dogs Kim Jong-un Gave to Moon Have Puppies
'Intimate Strangers' Becomes Year's Most Viewed Comedy
NATIONAL/POLITICS
Test-Takers to Face Thick Smog for College Entrance Exam
Thick smog is expected to blanket Korea this week, peaking on Wednesday when students sit the annual college entrance exam, as Chinese people start heating their homes for the winter from dirty coal-fired power plants.
NORTH KOREA
N.Korea Demands Suspension of S.Korea-U.S. Marine Drill
North Korea on Monday accused South Korea and the U.S. of violating an inter-Korean military agreement by staging a joint marine drill. The Korean Marine Exchange Program is a battalion-level joint drill.
BUSINESS
Korean Retailers Enjoy Strong Sales on China's Singles Day
Korean retailers enjoyed strong sales on another record-setting Singles Day, China's biggest online shopping event, on Sunday. Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Monday its Singles Day sales amounted to 213.5 billion yuan.