Families in North and South Korea are attending the 21st official reunion since the Korean war resulted in the division of the peninsula
Tens of thousands of South Korean women have been taking part in a mass protest in Seoul against secretly-filmed spycam pornography.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in's pooch was the face of a campaign that launched in Seoul on Tuesday, urging people not to eat dogs.
Thousands of people flocked to the muddy and slimy venue to get messy at South Korea's 21st Mud Festival in coastal city of Boryeong on Saturday (July 14).
Mexican football fans gathered outside the South Korean embassy in Mexico City on Wednesday following the Asian country defeated Germany which resulted with the Mexicans qualifying for the last 16.
The Pentagon said the idea is to support negotiations with North Korea but Trump said Pyongyang is still an extraordinary threat
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is due to brief President Moon Jae-in in Seoul after Donald Trump's surprise announcement that US-South Korean 'war games' will stop.
All sides now working again towards Singapore summit.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has visited the Chinese city of Dalian to meet President Xi Jinping.
The activists, led by a North Korean defector, were prevented by police from launching anti-North Korean leaflet balloons towards the North.
Kim Jong-un reportedly made a joke about traditional North Korean noodles when he met his South Korean counterpart, sparking a craze in the South for the dish.
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in have signed a declaration stating there will be "no more war on the Korean Peninsula" and heralding "a new era of peace."
Meeting between two nations' leaders glues South Koreans to their screens as hopes for a meaningful pece soar.
From who is attending, to what they will be talking about and what they will be eating.
People in South Korea talk of a sense of great expectation ahead of Kim Jong-un’s visit to the country as he becomes the first North Korean leader to do so in 65 years.
The move's an apparent gesture of goodwill ahead of Friday's historic summit between the nations' two leaders, Kim Jong-Un and President Moon Jae-in.
One of them flew into a rage when her nuts were served in a packet instead of a bowl, and the other stands accused of throwing water in someone's face: the daughters of Korean Air's chief have been forced to stand down from the company.
Ilhwa Kim's work draws on ancient traditions to create stunning vivid art from rolled up paper
The event on April 1 was the first time a North Korean leader had attended a South Korean performance in the capital.
"I don't know what's in Trump's head, and I have doubts as to whether he's serious," says one Tokyo resident.