Stories By Lim Yun Suk
127 Feb 2015 Fri
National Police Agency says it will now look into toughening gun control laws following three more gun-related murders this week by a second gunman.
217 Feb 2015 Tue
Wearing the Korean traditional costume - Hanbok - during the Lunar New Year is a dying custom in the country, but tailors are attempting to rejuvenate the practice.
313 Feb 2015 Fri
South Korea’s Jeju Island is famed for its majestic natural landscape but it is also famous for its property, especially among the Chinese who are snapping up land fast.
412 Feb 2015 Thu
A ground-breaking ceremony was held on Thursday (Feb 12) for Resorts World Jeju in South Korea, which aims to rival Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore.
509 Feb 2015 Mon
US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken urges the international community to continue its pressure on communist Pyongyang in order to stop the communist nation from developing nuclear weapons and its missile programme.
607 Feb 2015 Sat
The issue of the so-called comfort women needs to be resolved for South Korea-Japan ties to improve, according to activists and the Korean women who were enslaved by the Japanese during World War II.
730 Jan 2015 Fri
Observers in South Korea have said that the North Korean leadership's glorification of returned prisoners from the South is an indication that Kim Jong-Un may not have a firm grip on power.
827 Jan 2015 Tue
They have dedicated their lives to building their country into the world's 14th largest economy. But rather than enjoy a comfortable retirement, many senior citizens in South Korea continue to struggle to survive.
922 Jan 2015 Thu
Rising speculation that a South Korean teenager may have joined the Islamic State (IS) has gotten the country asking what could have prompted the 18-year-old to do so.
1016 Jan 2015 Fri
South Koreans are taking to the streets demanding a stop to violence against children, after a video shows a child being slapped at a day care centre.