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All members of South Korea's biggest opposition party will resign their parliamentary seats unless the bill to impeach President Park Geun-hye is passed through the National Assembly, the party's whip said Thursday.
Chiefs of South Korea's major conglomerates on Tuesday attended a parliamentary hearing for a scandal involving President Park Geun-hye and her longtime confidante.
With Japan distracted by worries over security and South Korea in political turmoil, DPRK’s missile development programmes advance unchecked
South Korean students on Thursday took an annual college entrance exam, the all-important test in the education-obsessed country, with government measures taken to control traffic and reschedule the morning rush hour. South Korean students on Thursday took an annual college entrance exam, the all-important test in the education-obsessed country, with government measures taken to control traffic and reschedule the morning rush hour.
South Korea's unification ministry said Monday that it will maintain its current DPRK policy focused on pressure and sanctions even after the Donald Trump administration takes office next year.
A former close aide to South Korean President Park Geun-hye has testified to prosecutors that he leaked confidential documents to Park's long-time confidante Choi Soon-sil under the president's instructions, local media outlets reported on Tuesday.
DPRK is joyfully jumping into a bizarre political scandal rocking Seoul, calling it the inevitable result of a corrupt regime and saying the administration of South Korean President Park Geun-hye is “the most deformed, abnormal and stupid in contemporary society.”
South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Wednesday reshuffled the cabinet, naming new prime minister, deputy minister for economic affairs and public safety minister amid a controversial scandal surrounding her longtime confidante, Park's office said.
South Korean main opposition Minjoo Party on Friday expressed its strong objection to the resumption of talks with Japan to share military intelligence on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
The military of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Thursday warned of "military counteraction" against recent U.S. and South Korean military moves, in particular the U.S. sending B-1B strategic bombers to South Korea.