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Poland and Czech to protect Slovak airspace as ageing MiGs are retired
Slovakia has 11 Soviet-era fighter planes, which will be replaced by modern jets. Meanwhile Poland has signed a €6 billion euro arms deal with South Korea.
South Korea offers aid in return for North's denuclearisation
South Korea has offered a large-scale aid package in return for North Korea's denuclearisation, a proposal thought unlikely to be welcomed by Pyongyang.
Heavy rain causes floods in Seoul region
At least eight people were killed and six others were missing in South Korea as heavy rainfall drenched the greater Seoul region, turning the affluent streets of Gangnam into a river of submerged vehicles and overwhelming public transport systems.
Several people dead amid record floods in South Korea
Some of the heaviest rain in decades swamped Seoul’s streets, with more bad weather forecast.
Korea's Kim greets veterans on 'Victory Day' armistice anniversary
Korea's Kim greets veterans on 'Victory Day' armistice anniversary.
BTS taking a break: How did the K-pop band conquer the world?
As the members of BTS say they are taking a break due to "exhaustion", we look at how the band rose to international stardom.
Netflix seeks contestants for new 'Squid Game' reality TV show
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Group H Preview - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: A group of star strikers
Group H has three of football's biggest names, but only two will qualify out of the group. Who will miss out?
Lantern parade takes place in Seoul to celebrate Buddha's birthday
The lantern parade celebrating Buddha’s birthday returns to the streets of Seoul after three years, as previous ones had been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A Kind of Magic: Freddie Mercury statue unveiled by fans in Korea
One fan's dream of building a life-size statue of the Queen singer has become a reality after an eight year campaign.
Freddie Mercury statue unveiled on South Korean island
A die-hard Queen fan unveils a life-size bronze statue of frontman Freddie Mercury on South Korea's resort island of Jeju, after an eight-year quest to honour his late hero.
K-pop's high octane energy aims to thrill London's West End audiences
In a case of art imitating life, the fictional Icon boy band will be performing a farewell concert as one of their members has to go off to do his compulsory national service in the South Korean military.
Why were Korean fans not allowed to sing at BTS' return concert?
Thousands of fans attended BTS' first concert in South Korea since 2019 at the Olympic Stadium in Seoul
Ex-prosecutor and foreign policy neophyte wins South Korea presidency
Yoon is to take office in May and serve a single five-year term as leader of the world’s 10th largest economy.
Korean stars BTS head back on tour as parent company profits surge
Korean pop stars BTS announce they're going back on tour this year, as their parent company Hybe announces a surge in profits despite the COVID pandemic.
Has dog meat had its day in South Korea?
The practice is a summer custom for keeping cool but globalisation and animal welfare concerns are tweaking younger generations' appetites.
South Korean business owners shave heads to protest restrictions
Hundreds of South Korean business owners shaved their heads to protest the South Korean government's virus restrictions
South Korea: Unidentified person crosses border into North Korea
The person spotted by security cameras while crossing into North Korea is likely a North Korean who defected in 2020, authorities say.
South Korea ex-President Park, jailed for corruption, is pardoned
Park was arrested and sent to prison in 2017, after being removed from office following a corruption scandal that prompted months of massive street protests.
'Really worried': South Koreans react to new daily-Covid-case high
People queue outside a COVID-19 testing station Wednesday near Seoul Station as South Korea's number of daily new coronavirus infections hit another record, surpassing 7000 cases, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency.
This unique cultural festival is lighting up the streets of Seoul
Photos from the 13th annual lantern festival bringing light and colour to the Korean capital.
Underwater Santa puts on a show at Seoul aquarium
An acquatic Santa swims with the fish at an aquarium in South Korean capital Seoul. Visitors can watch the festive diver feed fish and perform bubble tricks with air.
Spicy delights shared at South Korea's annual kimchi making festival
More than 150 people joined Buddhist monks to prepare the traditional dish to give to South Korean families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Koreans pitch in to make fiery kimchi food dish at mass event
In Seoul, Buddhist monks joined about 150 others to prepare kimchi, a hot national dish made with chili and salted cabbage.
BTS give emotional interview on breaking cultural barriers
The band is playing in California for the first time since the pandemic. "Seeing the stadium filled with all the fans yesterday got me really emotional beyond words,” said band member, RM.