The Korea Herald (Korea)
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Tensions are easing on the Korean Peninsula, a region where the wounds of war still remain. With the second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un set to take place within a couple of weeks, hopes are high that their meeting will be a meaningful step toward peace on the peninsula.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - “The first thing I do when I wake up is check the weather report for fine dust and plan the day accordingly,” said Choi Ju-yeon, a 40-year old resident of Paju in northwestern Gyeonggi Province.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s views on North Korea’s true intentions have raised questions about the denuclearization process, with less than two weeks until the second US-North Korea summit.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - South Korea’s tech-heavy secondary bourse Kosdaq has been buoyed in recent weeks by foreign investors’ increased interest in the nation’s biotech and pharmaceutical sectors.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Clocking in for work at Cetropolis, a high-rise business building in downtown Seoul, office workers literally have to do nothing, but well, start working. They have no entrance pass for security or a card to swipe through a reader.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - When 71-year-old YouTuber Park Mak-rye tried a fast-food restaurant’s self-ordering service for the first time, the challenging process took longer than anticipated to complete.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - Jim Rogers, a renowned investor and chairman of Rogers Holdings, is planning to visit North Korea next month at the invitation of Chairman Kim Jong-un, according to sources Tuesday.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - One of the most rigid and conservative groups in South Korea is slowly changing: the military.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - With two weeks left till the second US-North Korea summit in Hanoi on Feb. 27-28, the four governments involved -- Seoul, Pyongyang, Washington and Hanoi -- have started moving toward their own diplomatic goals.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN) - A long-delayed commencement ceremony was held Tuesday for 250 Danwon High School students who died in the Sewol ferry disaster on April 16, 2014.