Stories By Lim Yun Suk
127 Jul 2015 Mon
The armistice was signed on Jul 27, 1953 to temporarily suspend the Korean conflict that broke out in 1950. Since then, no peace treaty has been signed to officially declare the end of the war.
219 Jul 2015 Sun
North Korea is one of the world's most isolated and least visited countries, but since its leader Kim Jong-un took power more than three years ago, he has introduced new tourist attractions aimed at attracting more foreign visitors.
317 Jul 2015 Fri
Increasing numbers of men are picking up cooking in a country where traditionally women have ruled the kitchen.
408 Jul 2015 Wed
The defection of three fishermen comes amid reports that high-ranking North Korean officials had also sought asylum due to fears of being purged should they remain in the North.
502 Jul 2015 Thu
As local businesses in South Korea suffer the impact of the MERS outbreak, ordinary citizens have united to help their Korean comrades overcome the crisis.
630 Jun 2015 Tue
Shops in South Korea have been hit by the MERS outbreak as tourists cancel their trips to the country, and business owners are trying to bring back customers.
726 Jun 2015 Fri
With the two Koreas still technically at war, many North Koreans have been unable to return home and still dream of the chance of meeting their families again.
825 Jun 2015 Thu
On the 65th anniversary of the Korean War, some residents of South Korea still hold onto the unwavering ideological belief in communism and the allure of the North.
922 Jun 2015 Mon
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are holding events to mark the 50th anniversary of normalised diplomatic relations, a possible sign of improving ties between the two neighbours.
1021 Jun 2015 Sun
South Korea’s Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se arrived in Japan on Sunday (Jun 21) for a two-day visit to mark the 50th anniversary of the normalisation of bilateral ties, amid a diplomatic chill because of historical disputes.