Family members exchanged gifts and dressed in traditional attire.
K-pop goes bang in the Middle East with the visit of 9 member girl group Momoland
South Korea's annual ice fishing festival drew massive crowds on Saturday who braved below freezing temperatures to catch trout in a frozen lake.
Korea cab drivers protest Uber-like ride share app
North and South Korean troops enter each other's territory in peace
A train has ventured from South Korea across one of the world's most heavily guarded borders into North Korea for the first time in more than a decade.
South Korean Kim Jong Yang has been elected as the new head of Interpol.
A group of five South Korean climbers and four Nepali climbers and porters has been reported missing after a storm hit a camp on a Himalayan peak in west Nepal, officials said on Saturday.
The US President has revealed he and his North Korean counterpart are “in love”.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited the sacred Mount Paektu on the North Korean-Chinese border on Thursday morning.
The building of high-tech smart farms is seen as a possible solution for improving sustainability in farming.
South Korea's controversial Unification Church held a mass wedding on Monday (August 27) with about 4,000 couples from 64 countries exchanging marriage vows.
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It's as the country is being battered by a powerful typhoon which is heading to South Korea and Hawaii
Watch: Many of the elderly family members were in wheelchairs and struggled to remember their next of kin that they had not seen in over six decades.
French fashion house Chanel is launching its first makeup line for men.
Families in North and South Korea are attending the 21st official reunion since the Korean war resulted in the division of the peninsula
North and South Korea to have agreed to hold a third summit in Pyongyang in September.
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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.