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Mon, August 31, 2015 | 04:53
World's most reclusive leader
So, it happened again: Kim Jong-un, the supreme leader of North Korea, failed to show and greet a visiting foreign dignitary. This time, t...
The looming missile launch
Recent reports seemingly confirm that the North Korean government has entered the final stages of preparation for a missile launch. The la...
How to outsmart old regulations
Recently, one of my North Korean friends told me that she had sent another money transfer to her native town deep in the North Korean coun...
N. Korean trade: Business as usual?
Every May or June, South Korean research centres publish North Korean trade statistics. Surprising though it sounds, this is what the Sout...
The last couple of weeks were marked by another outburst of alarmist reporting on North Korea. This time the topic is the drought which ha...
On jobs good and bad
On jobs good and badBy Andrei Lankov When you talk to North Koreans, you often hear the person you are talking to become deferential when ...
Enjoying the life of privilege
As reported by the international media, Kim Jong-chul, the older brother of North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un, has been spotted once again at...
One giant leap for proliferation
So, it has happened: the KCNA reported that the North Korean navy has successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). T...
To live and die in Paris
Paris, the “city of light,” is a major hotspot for the rich and famous, ambitious and talented, and has been for centuries. It seems that ...
North Korea is no Iran
People are once again talking about nuclear weapons, and we all know why: the Iranian deal. Right now, there is much talk about whether th...
Park Geun-hye doctrine
Hurdle of chaebol
Opposition party's self-reform
For shareholder value
Public apologies in 1st half of 2015
Sewol probe against silent majority
Fed shouldn't raise interest rates
Greater gun control
Problem with 'pink Viagra'
1. Seoul to fund N. Korean scholars'studies in Germany
2. Rapper Basick wins 'Show Me the Money 4'
3. Korean-American groups demand Jeb Bush's apology
4. Japanese actress upsets Koreans with Hashima Island photos
5. Japan upset over Ban's visit to China
6. Worker dies while repairing screen door at subway station
7. South Korea posts OECD's highest suicide rate
8. Number of foreign visitors returns to level before MERS
9. 'Veteran' exceeds 10 million viewers
10. [Breaking] North Korea agrees to Sept. 7 Red Cross talks
Trade, Industry and Energy Minister Yoon Sang-jick, left, looks arou...
A photo posted by President Park Geun-hye on Facebook, Sunday, ...
A phone for LifeLine, 24-hour suicide hotline, is set up on Map...
New Politics Alliance for Democracy (NPAD) Chairman Moon Jae-in...
A customer fills up his car at a gas station in Seoul, Sunday, with ...
Visitors try LG Uplus’ Internet of Things (IoT) gas lock syste...
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