Tens of thousands of South Koreans flooded banks and call centers Tuesday to cancel credit cards following the unprecedented theft of the personal data of at least 20 million people.
An American missionary who has been jailed in North Korea for more than a year appeared before reporters Monday and appealed to the U.S. government to do its best to secure his release.
South Korea on Thursday rejected North Korean warnings to call off scheduled joint military exercises with the United States and vowed “severe” retaliation to any provocation from Pyongyang.
South Korea declined to comment Wednesday on revelations that the United States talked it down from launching a retaliatory air strike on North Korea in 2010.
The growth rate of the number of Chinese tourists visiting Korea has plunged since Chinese authorities enforced a new law in October that restricts low-cost travel packages, data showed.
An emotional Dennis Rodman appeared to break down Monday as he apologized on his return from a controversial trip to North Korea, where he sang “Happy Birthday” to regime leader Kim Jong Un.
More than 1,500 North Koreans fled to South Korea last year, maintaining a recent fall in the number of escapees that coincided with a clampdown by new leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea on Sunday lashed out at Japan's hawkish prime minister for seeking to revise Tokyo's pacifist post-World War II constitution, calling Shinzo Abe a “militarist maniac.”
The family of a U.S. missionary held in North Korea accepted Thursday ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman's apology for an “outrageous” TV outburst, but lashed him saying their loved one's plight was “not a game.”
North Korea Thursday rejected a South Korean proposal for resuming reunions for families separated by the Korean War, citing planned South-U.S. military exercises as a major barrier.