Stories By Lim Yun Suk
124 Dec 2014 Wed
The United States, China and even the North Koreans themselves - security experts speculate who is the culprit behind North Korea's mysterious internet blackout.
223 Dec 2014 Tue
President Park Geun-hye did not point the finger at Pyongyang after the cyber-attack on South Korea's nuclear power plant operator. But the president ordered a complete inspection of South Korea's key national infrastructure to guard against what she called cyber-terrorism.
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The Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co Ltd (KHNP) launched a two-day drill on Monday (Dec 22), as it said its computer systems have been hacked.
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Kim Jong-un has replaced nearly half of North Korea's top officials since his father died, according to the South's Unification Ministry.
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Wrapping up two days of meetings, ASEAN and South Korean leaders on Friday (Dec 12) agreed to work together to develop a plan that can enhance their strategic alliance going forward.
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ASEAN and South Korean leaders will meet in the port city of Busan on Friday (Dec 12) for a special summit aimed at boosting relations and trade.
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"What can really destroy South Korea is not from a direct artillery attack, but from the hacking of South Korea's nuclear plants," said Kang Myong Do, the son-in-law of a former North Korean prime minister.
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South Korea said on Thursday (Nov 20) that its military was on the alert after North Korea lashed out at the United Nations and threatened to carry out additional nuclear tests in response to UN criticism of its human rights record.
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Tight surveillance in Seoul subway system and security personnel on hand mean female commuters can have peace of mind while travelling on public transport.
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South Korea came to a grinding halt on Thursday (Nov 13), as about 640,000 high school seniors prepared to take the most important exam of their lives: the college entry exam.