Smuggling of human flesh pills continues despite intensified crackdown: data
The capsules contain the remains of dead human fetuses and are smuggled as stamina enhancing drugs.
North Korea returns six detained South Koreans to their home country
North Korea returned six South Korean men it had detained on charges of illegal entry to their home country.
Will Asia's economies benefit from fracking?
The US economy has received a major boost from the controversial drilling technology. China may (or may not) be next.
'Racist' This Africa cigarettes drop the monkey advertising
South Korea's KT&G tobacco company agrees to pull monkey advertising for This Africa cigarettes after complaints.
Austrian spy drone vulnerable to GPS jamming: lawmaker
Concerns over the GPS jamming have increased after a drone crashed in May 2012 during a test flight near the western port city of Incheon.
Nuclear nightmares: Naoto Kan’s great apology tour rolls on
Japan's former prime minister shares his regrets over management of the Fukushima disaster.
Fur product prices rise on growing demand in China
China's demand for all things fur has pushed up their prices by up to 15 percent in markets around the world.
Jellyfish rule the world
Scientists warn that jellyfish are taking over the world's oceans. Meet your new overlords.
Propaganda balloons carry rumors of a North Korean porno
Anti-Kim Jong Un activists exploit creative means to surmount barriers.
295 more S. Koreans confirmed abducted by N. Korea
During the 11th meeting of the commission on Korean War abductees, the government confirmed additional Koreans were kidnapped by the communist country, bringing the total number to 2,560.
S. Korea introduces 'Gangnam Style' tourist police
Around 100 young policemen and women make up the first batch of the new force -- formed to protect tourists from being ripped off during their stay in the South Korean capital.
Did North Korea really kill off 20,000 political prisoners? (VIDEO)
As the United Nations investigates, American minister Robert Park alleges that thousands of missing inmates have been murdered.
Wanna do business in North Korea? Good luck!
For the adventurous, North Korea is an untapped — but daunting — business frontier.
The language of dumplings is universal
Who doesn't like a tiny present wrapped in dough?
North Korea threatens a 'terrible disaster'
As US-Korean military exercises commence, Kim Jong Un's regime launches a rare personal attack on South Korea's president.
As Obama's Asia 'pivot' falters, China steps into the gap
While diplomats downplayed Obama's no-show in Asia this week, the image of a dysfunctional Washington bolsters China's rise.
North Korea appears to be making weapons-grade plutonium again. Should we be scared?
Satellite evidence demonstrates that a reactor capable of making bomb-grade material is up and running.
More than 100,000 cases of cyber crime occur in S. Korea every year
The data indicates that there were an average of 296 cyber attacks by unidentified hackers per day in 2012
The South Korean leaders who (supposedly) love Kim Jong Un
Meet South Korea’s far left, who stand accused of swearing loyalty to enemy number one: Kim Jong Un.
For sale: Chinese babies and children
As many as 70,000 Chinese children are abducted and sold each year. Some end up in the US.
South Korea shows off new long-range missiles with big military parade
South Korea displays new missiles able to strike North Korea as part of a big show of military strength.
North Korea’s impending collapse: 3 grim scenarios
A RAND report urges the West to plan carefully for Kim Jong Un's downfall. Here's why.
Family reunions postponed by North Korean authorities
The resumption of long-awaited family reunions between North and South Koreans has been postponed by North, who blame South Korean policy.
North Korea collapse inevitable, new report says
Rand Corporation report suggests planning now for inevitable humanitarian crisis, possible military emergency after North Korea falls.
South Korean man shot dead in failed attempt to cross river to North
A South Korean man was shot dead on Monday while attempting to cross over a river along the border with the North, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
North and South Korea reopen Kaesong industrial zone
After five months closed, the Kaesong factory complex shared by North and South Korea resumed operations on Monday.
North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong industrial zone on Sept. 16
The shared Kaesong industrial park will reopen next week, after lengthy talks between North and South Korea finally produced an agreement.
The Galaxy Gear smartwatch: proof that Samsung can innovate?
Often accused of 'borrowing' ideas, last week Samsung beat Apple to the market with a smartwatch.
Radiation fears see South Korea ban fish imports caught near Fukushima
Fukushima was the site of a nuclear accident in 2011 — the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
Step aside Miley Cyrus, here comes K-Porn
Some Koreans cry foul over K-Pop’s growing raunchiness. Others revel in it.
South Korea hopes to avoid "taper terror" when US ends stimulus
According to the nation's deputy finance minister, South Korea is prepared to weather a macro-economic storm.