Why was an American jailed in North Korea?
Kenneth Bae could face the death penalty for seeking to "overthrow" the government. Now the US government is urging North Korea to let him go.
South Korean beauty pageant faces controversy
20 contestants from Miss Daegu contest must have same hairstylist, makeup artist and plastic surgeon.
S. Korea to remove remaining workers from joint N. Korea factory
The future of the Kaesong industrial complex is in question after South Korea said it would remove the remaining 175 workers.
North Korea rejects Seoul's offer for talks on Kaesong
North shuns South proposal for talks over the future of the Kaesong industrial complex, deeming Seoul's approach "deceptive."
K-pop's dirty secret
You'd think it was a glamorous industry, with Koreans joining the ranks of Hollywood glitterati. But you'd be wrong.
South Korea’s household debt-to-income ratio hits 9-year high
South Korea’s household debt-to-income ratio hit a 9-year high in 2012, according to Bank of Korea data released today.
Zach, Dustin Johnson doing little to toughen golf's image
American golfers pull out of South Korean tournament over North Korea's nuclear threats.
I do! Bank of Korea opens up for weddings
Starting in May, couples will be able to get married in an auditorium inside the Bank of Korea.
Outrage of the Day: Korean teacher allegedly beats student and then masturbates in the hallway
After a disturbing sequence of events, a high school teacher in Seoul has been arrested for causing bodily harm and public exposure.
Should we trust the Pentagon on North Korea?
Obama doesn’t think North Korea can place a nuclear weapon on a missile — as the Pentagon claimed last month.
North Korea sets tough new terms for talks with US
North demands end to South Korea-US military exercises and lifting UN sanctions before it will enter into new regional talks. The South says that's "absurd."
Finger-pointing in the wake of the Boston attack
Some suspicious of the official investigation and others too impatient to wait for its results, many people provide their own unfounded theories regarding the violence.
South Korea and China's so-called honeymoon
With North Korea gone haywire, can South Korea win over its powerful and often difficult neighbor, China?
South Korean fringe website: Let's use Boston to bomb North Korea
Korean web user says the marathon bombing is a good opportunity to 'kill that pig' Kim Jong Un.
North Korea opens window into possibility of talks with US
North Korea's news agency said the country was open to talks but not with the US "brandishing a nuclear stick."
North Korea threatens to attack South without warning
Pyongyang said it could retaliate anytime against South Korea over a small protest.
US military chopper goes down near North Korea border
US Marine helicopter taking part in a joint US - South Korean military exercise has gone down near North Korea border, with no reported casualties.
On birthday of Kim Il Sung, protesters burn effigies of DPRK's holy trinity
A group of South Koreans marked the birth of North Korea founder Kim Il Sung by burning effigies of the Kim family in protest on Monday.
North Korea marks founder Kim Il Sung's birthday
North Korea marks the 101st birthday of its founder Kim Il Sung amid high tensions over the country's nuclear program.
Kerry talks Korean crisis in Japan
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived Sunday in Japan, the final stop of his four-day Asian tour, for talks amid heightened Korean tensions.
REVIEW: New PSY video 'Gentleman' can't live up to 'Gangnam' legacy (VIDEO)
South Korean rapper PSY releases 'Gentleman,' follow-up to 'Gangnam Style,' but it might leave you wanting.
With North Korean threats, is South Korea safe for investment?
South Korean President Park Geun-hye reassured foreign investors despite talk from the North.
Tokyo threatened as Kerry warns North Korea against 'huge mistake'
On a visit to South Korea, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned North Korea that launching any missile would be "a huge mistake."
Chatter: Kerry warns North Korea
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in South Korea for talks about its increasingly bellicose neighbor, Cyprus needs (even more) money, Russia isn't happy to star on Washington's new human rights blacklist, and behold, the deadly beaver.
Who pays for North Korea's mind games?
Pyongyang has inflicted significant economic harm on South Korea without firing a shot.
Will a Korean conflict go nuclear?
And other pressing questions.
North Korea likely capable of firing nuclear-armed missiles, says Pentagon's spy agency
The Pentagon's findings mark the US government's first public confirmation that North Korea may have succeeded in its effort to miniaturize a nuclear device that could be fixed on
Musing about policies toward China, North Korea, Israel and Cuba
Commentary: How Kerry can influence change in outdated US thinking.
North Korean intelligence agency blamed for South Korea cyberattack
South Korean investigators say they have traced last month's cyberattack on banks and broadcasters to North Korea's military intelligence unit.
Kim Jong Un, the Nigerian
The mayor of a northern Nigerian town awarded Supreme Leader Kim honorary citizenship, citing his great wisdom and guiding hand against the imperialist powers.
Chinese tourism companies ordered to halt overland travel to North Korea amid tensions
Tour companies at North Korea and China's biggest border crossing were ordered to suspend trips owing to Pyongyang's war rhetoric.