Hannah Warren, first child to receive stem-cell windpipe, dies
Lungs deteriorated despite Hannah Warren's new windpipe working well, doctors say.
Asiana Airlines crash possibly linked to culture of deference
The cause of a commercial airline crash landing in San Francisco is investigated for communication errors rooted in Korean culture of subservience and respect.
Hackers have spied on South Korean military for four years: McAfee report
Security firm McAfee published a report that details how a group of computer hackers spied on the South Korea military.
10 amazing McDonald's commercials that explain the world
The golden arches may fulfill a similar longing across the globe, but the way they do it is decidedly different from country to country.
San Francisco crash: Asiana Airlines Flight 214 'significantly below' desired speed
The National Transportation Safety Board says that Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was "significantly below" its desired approach speed of 137 knots as it neared the runway.
Report: Asiana Airlines pilot made no distress call before crash (VIDEO)
NBC News reports that the pilot radioed "I have trouble" moments after the plane crash landed at San Francisco International Airport.
Koreas hold talks about reopening joint industrial complex
In unusual talks between the sparring nations, North and South Korea meet to discuss reopening joint industrial complex, closed since May.
North and South Korea agree to working-level talks on Kaesong industrial zone
South and North Korea agreed to hold working-level talks this weekend on restarting the shared Kaesong industrial zone.
Young, female, and ambitious — the glass ceiling in South Korea
If you’re smart and attractive, you could work as a flight attendant. There aren’t many better options.
China’s love affair with South Korea
South Korean President Park Geun Hye visits China. Here’s why China loves her.
Hackers claim to post details of US troops online in South Korea cyberattack
Hackers claim to have released the personal information of more than two million South Korean ruling party workers and 40,000 US troops.
Red threat: Kim Jong Un makes the Koreas’ best beer
Embarrassed by its bland industrial swill, South Korea raises the bar to, um, North Korean standards.
South Korea on cyberattack alert as sites shut
Hackers claiming to belong to Anonymous shut down the websites of South Korea's government and two broadcasters, before targeting North Korean sites.
S. Korea, Australia to hold 1st high-level security talks next week
South Korea and Australia will hold the so-called "two-plus-two" meeting on July 4.
Japan to the UN: Leave us alone on WWII sex slaves
Tokyo has dismissed efforts to force public acknowledgement of the Japanese army's use of "comfort women" during World War II.
8 things other cultures do that are awesome
Why don't we throw a party the first time a baby laughs?
South Korea makes sex crime laws tougher
Government of South Korea alters law to permit sex crime cases to go forward even if the victim does not take legal action, among other changes.
Denuclearized North Korea was Kim Jong Il's 'dying wish,' says diplomat
North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il wanted to banish nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula, Pyongyang claims, as it seeks to secure international talks.
Telling Kim Jong Un's 'secrets'
Two former regime sympathizers do the dangerous work of reporting on North Korea.
North Korea plays phone tag
Analysis: First the North wanted to meet South Korea. Then the US. Now China. What’s the deal with this erratic charm offensive?
North Korea blames South for breakdown of talks
North Korea claims Southern neighbors created "arrogant obstructions" that forced the talks to be canceled.
The tragedy of the North-South hotline
The direct line between North and South Korea is, as usual, the first casualty of the two countries' fraught relations.
South Korean baseman calls African-American pitcher 'too black'
South Korean baseball star Kim Tae Kyun has apologized after suggesting that a pitcher's skin color made him harder to bat against.
North Korea talks carry the burden of a national tragedy
Analysis: When ministers from North and South Korea meet for talks this week, there'll be grander causes at stake than the future of their shared economic projects.
South Koreans become world's top credit card users
South Korea has the most credit card transactions per capita of any country in the world.
Two Koreas hold first official talks in years
North and South Korea have agreed to begin cabinet-minister level talks later this week, for the first time in years.
Investigation uncovers North Korean ghost companies hidden in tax haven
South Korean journalists believe they have uncovered at least four shell companies in the British Virgin Islands that are linked to North Korea.
North and South Korea could hold talks as soon as Sunday
Pyongyang and Seoul have agreed to hold their first top-level talks in years to discuss reopening the shared Kaesong industrial zone.
Psy may set another world record for 'Gangnam Style' dance
October 2012 concert may be inducted as new record for largest "Gangnam Style" dance, with over 100,000 eager participants.
Sexual assault scandal at South Korea's elite military academy
An allegation of assault in the dorms of South Korea's top officer training school is the latest scandal to draw attention to South Korea's sexual harassment problems.
Exporting bottled tap water: Would you sip Seoul's finest?
The South Korean capital is proud of its drinking water. But can it make a buck bottling it and exporting it abroad when many Koreans won't even drink it?