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Reporter : Lee Hyo-jin
Fri, December 8, 2023 | 06:19
Task force planned to prevent opinion-rigging on Daum portal
Prime Minister Han Duck-soo ordered, Wednesday, the launch of a government task force to prevent online opinion-rigging attempts.
Thousands gather in Seoul to support Korean unification
On Tuesday afternoon, Yeouido Park in Seoul was filled with crowds rallying for the unification of the two Koreas, in a major event held to raise public awareness about the 'Korean Dream 10 Million' initiative launched by eight civic organizations.
Returning home from Chuseok holiday
Seoul Station is crowded with people, many returning home from across the nation, Tuesday, on the last day of the extended Chuseok holiday which ran for six days from Thursday. Yonhap
Pink muhly blossoms
A visitor walks around a field of pink muhly in Siheung, Gyeonggi Province, Tuesday, the last day of the Chuseok long weekend. Also known by the botanical name Muhlenbergia capillaris, pink muhly grass gardens are popular tourist destinations in Korea in the fall season from early September through October. Yonhap
[INTERVIEW] ROK-US alliance is win-win partnership: KUSAF chief
The alliance between South Korea and the United States dates back to Oct. 1, 1953, when the two nations signed the Mutual Defense Treaty in the aftermath of the 1950-53 Korean War. Over the past seven decades, the bilateral pact has withstood the test of time, but not without challenges.
Biden will try to 'manage' NK nuclear issue, not resolve it: US expert
U.S. President Joe Biden will continue to "manage" North Korea's nuclear and missile threats rather than actively trying to resolve the problem, according to Charles Kupchan, a former U.S. diplomat and national security official, Tuesday.
[INTERVIEW] South Korean veterans minister hails ROK-US alliance as pivotal pillar in nation's history
The seven-decades-old alliance between South Korea and the United States formed with the signing of the Mutual Defense Treaty on Oct. 1, 1953, has played a vital role in South Korea's history as a safeguard for the peace and prosperity of the nation, according to Patriots and Veterans Affairs Minister Park Min-shik.
Russia lodges protest to S.Korean envoy over Yoon's UN speech
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs lodged a complaint to South Korean Ambassador to Moscow Lee Do-hoon, Thursday (local time), over President Yoon Suk Yeol's remarks against Russia in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly, marking an escalation in a ...
S. Korea condemns Russia, seeks to mend ties with China
South Korea is taking contrasting diplomatic approaches to address Russia and China as Pyongang and Moscow bolster military ties.
Foreign ministry asks Japan to investigate case of Korean poisoned with bleach in Tokyo
The Korean government has requested Japanese authorities to conduct a swift and fair investigation into a case where a Korean national was served water containing bleach at a restaurant in Tokyo.
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