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Some South Koreans are on edge over North Korean war talk. But for many, it's business as usual.
North Korea is reportedly sending missiles to the east coast. Is a test imminent?
Following two months of war threats, North Korea blocked South Koreans from accessing its special industrial zone today. But how bad is the situation?
While North Korean prison camp escapees seek justice, experts say change is a long way off.
President Park Geun-hye says she's "married" to the nation, but some complain that makes her too uncompromising in South Korea's political dealings.
We've heard the rhetoric before. But this time there may be cause for concern, especially after recent North Korean threats to strike disputed territory in the Yellow Sea.
Members of thousands of families separated during the Korean War wonder whether they will meet again.
John Kerry may not think Dennis Rodman can solve the North Korea problem. But the retired basketball star has joined a cast of musicians, artists and athletes who have helped open Asian dictatorships to the world.
And that’s not a bad thing. As the first American to meet Kim Jong Un, the retired player brings some fun to North Korea — exactly what the government wants.
Under the knife, beauty seekers get a piece of the Gangnam dream.
Some South Koreans worry that their first female president, Park Geun-hye, won't lead effectively across regional and ideological lines.
Choo-sung has achieved notoriety for a masochistic recipe that the Korean press calls one of the country's spiciest.
US ambassador responds that it would be a "huge mistake."
After North Korea carried out a nuclear test on Tuesday, old hopes are waning that Kim Jong Un will open the militarized country to the world.
Sihanouk was best friends with Kim Il Sung — a friendship that forged an odd, brotherly alliance of nations that continues today.
"We should settle accounts with the United States only with the gun barrel,” North Korea said in response to ratcheted-up UN sanctions.
After two failed attempts to launch a space rocket, South Korea shows the hermit state who’s boss.
Seoul is full of untapped customers eager to tie the knot with northern beauties.
Like their American counterparts, many South Koreans are swimming in household debt.
Now that Psy has retired “Gangnam Style,” is the K-pop craze losing steam around the world?