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Sat, January 31, 2015 | 09:46
Misperception of Russia
If the international media is to be believed, there has been a dramatic revival in relations between Moscow and Pyongyang in the last year...
A sad comedy of errors
After a few months of relative tranquillity and malign neglect, North Korea has once again found itself in the international spotlight. As...
Young soldiers of the supreme leader
One of the most interesting features that a foreign visitor is bound to encounter when they are in North Korea is the sight of children go...
1st cautious step on a slippery slope
Things are beginning to change in North Korea - or so it seems. For decades, the world has expected that, sooner or later, North Korea wou...
The rich and poor in North Korea
There are lots of cliches used to describe North Korea, one of the most common is that this place is a “a destitute country where the comm...
Attempts to 're-creat' past
North Korea is an extremely nationalistic place. As was the case in most communist states, as time went by, nationalism gradually and quie...
TV takes boredom to new level
In October 2010, the world media reported that something unusual had happened in North Korea: the main (and for most North Koreans the onl...
An alien-free country
According to South Korean statistics, 1.6 million foreigners reside in South Korea (almost 3 percent of the country's total population). B...
Recently former Assemblyman Lee Seok-gi got a 12-year prison sentence (reduced to nine years) for an attempt to create an armed undergroun...
A bit of extra weight ...
Everybody who has seen more than a few North Korean movies will know that North Korea's actors and actresses are a bit plump by present-da...
Retreat from reform
Year of Korean reconciliation
New at times means different
Learning from Joseon-era kings
Tradition vs. innovation
Greek election and austerity politics
Fall of the House of Samuelson
Foreign policy afterthoughts
Netanyahu aims to save Israel
1. Famed 'Ode to My Father' store faces foreclosure
2. Entertainment industry lashes out at Clara
3. Samsung Electro swung profit
4. TV emcee Kim Gu-ra forced to sell house
5. Seoul City defends Chung's misconduct
6. U.S. prioritizing N.K. denuclearization: diplomat
7. Couple blackmailed businessman with sex tape, prosecution says
8. Specialist doubts swimmer's account
9. Residents near Lotte World Tower change street name
10. No double handshake for soldiers of opposite sexes
Soldiers from the 8th Army Corps eat lunch at a restaurant near ...
Defense Minister Han Min-koo salutes the national flag before a ...
Youth members of the Korean Red Cross pack stationery for children i...
Clean Air Asia board member Cornie Huizenga delivers a keynote speec...
Sara Hurtado and Adria Diaz, of Spain, skate their short dance durin...
Strategy and Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan, left, talks with Xu S...
Activists call on the government to apologize to and compensate form...
Regulator in school: Financial Service Commission (FSC) Chairman&nbs...
Burger King Korea CEO Jay Moon, center, cuts a ribbon with senior ex...
A model holds a placard announcing the official launch of LG Electro...
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