South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Wednesday urged Japan to play its role in implementing the bilateral agreement on Japan's wartime sex slavery of Korean women during World War II.
The Republic of Korea's President Park Geun-hye on Wednesday urged different responses from the international society to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's fourth nuclear test.
An Australian police officer and a security guard are in a critical but stable conditions after an alleged confrontation with a man who was threatening doctors with scissors at a local hospital.
Seoul's chief nuclear negotiator plans to meet his US and Japanese counterparts on Wednesday and the following day will meet China's nuclear envoy in Beijing.
A union peace conference began in Myanmar's capital of Nay Pyi Taw Tuesday, ahead of the first round of national-level formal political dialogue between the government and eight ethnic armed groups.
According to a government announcement, more than 1.2 million men and women who were born in 1995 marked the coming of age this year, a decrease of approximately 50,000 from last year.
Representatives of ROK, China, the US and Japan in six-party talks to dismantle the DPRK's nuclear program will meet this week to discuss the DPRK's fourth nuclear test.
The Republic of Korea (ROK) said on Monday that it will restrict the entry of ROK workers into the inter-Korean industrial complex in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) border city of Kaesong after Pyongyang's nuclear test.
The Republic of Korea (ROK) says that it will restrict the entry of ROK workers into the inter-Korean industrial complex in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) border city of Kaesong after Pyongyang's nuclear test.
Militaries of Republic of Korea(ROK)and the United States are continuing discussion on additional deployment of 'strategic assets' on the Korean peninsula.
A US B-52 bomber capable of delivering nuclear missile was deployed over the Korean Peninsula, three days after the DPRK's test of a hydrogen bomb.
A Chinese university publisher has launched a literature database that covers trial records and evidence presented at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East following Japan's surrender during World War II (WWII), also known as Tokyo Trials.