Stories By Lim Yun Suk
128 Aug 2015 Fri
South Korea’s Red Cross has proposed holding talks on September 7 with North Korea to discuss the reunions of families separated for decades.
224 Aug 2015 Mon
South Korean officials say the loudspeakers can be heard about 24 kilometres away at night and about 10 kilometres away during the day.
323 Aug 2015 Sun
South Korea is hoping to attract more tourists as it recovers in the aftermath of battling a MERS outbreak.
422 Aug 2015 Sat
The Geoje prison camp, which once housed more than 170,000 prisoners of war captured during the three-year Korean War, serves as a reminder of the conflict that left the two Koreas divided.
521 Aug 2015 Fri
Hundreds of South Korean residents have been taken to underground shelters and are expected to remain there until the deadline set by North Korea to stop the loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts passes.
619 Aug 2015 Wed
Preparations to salvage the Sewol ferry that sank last year have begun in South Korea, with Chinese and South Korean salvage experts beginning an underwater survey of the sunken 6,825-tonne vessel.
719 Aug 2015 Wed
Outstanding student loan debts hit a record US$10 billion in the first half of 2015, prompting concern that it could further strain the ailing South Korean economy.
815 Aug 2015 Sat
A group of former prisoners of war made an emotional journey to the Korean Peninsula for the first time in more than 60 years.
914 Aug 2015 Fri
South Korean activists launched balloons over the North Korean border, reportedly carrying messages criticising Pyongyang.
1012 Aug 2015 Wed
A 80-year old South Korean set himself on fire on Wednesday during a protest calling for Japan to apologise for forcing Korean girls and women to work in military brothels during World War Two, days ahead of the anniversary of the end of hostilities.