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South Korea's bustling capital, Seoul offers visitors luxury, leisure and tradition in one thriving city.
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A church in Seoul on Sunday offered a "drive-in" worship service for the faithful amid the new coronavirus outbreak.
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With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases spiking over 4,000, a South Korean department store continued its disinfection efforts on Monday.
South Korea opposition leader shaves head in protest
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Seoul: anti-dog meat protesters facing provocative dog meat consumers
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A delegation of senior South Korean officials travelled to Pyongyang for talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He expressed his "firm will to vigorously advance" inter-Korean ties and pursue reunification
South Korea and North Korea to talk
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Kimchi Festival kicks off in Seoul
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Rare public outing for Kim's wife on factory tour
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Seoul flexes its military muscle
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South Korean barista takes coffee art to a new level
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Fencing's number ones take gold at the Seoul Grand Prix
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"The strongest warning to North Korea" - Seoul welcomes US support
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South Korea: typhoon Chaba causes severe flooding
Typhoon Chaba has hit the southern South Korean city of Ulsan, causing heavy flooding and widespread damage.
North Korea successfully tests high-powered rocket engine
North Korea has announced the testing of a new high-powered rocket engine for a geo-stationary satellite.
North Korea videos imagine destruction of Seoul and Washington
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North Korea: Kim Jong Un warns Seoul in New Year message
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North Korea protesters beat effigy of Kim Yong-un
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South Korean acts to smoke out MERS
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Ex-Korean Air executive Heather Cho freed in 'nut rage' case
The woman at the centre of the so-called “nut rage” case in South Korea has been freed after nearly five months in jail. Heather Cho, a former Korean