Stories By Lim Yun Suk
124 Oct 2014 Fri
South Korea and the United States have agreed to postpone the transfer of wartime operational control - known as OPCON - until Seoul is capable of countering nuclear and missile threats from North Korea.
222 Oct 2014 Wed
Welcoming the release of detained American Jeffrey Fowle by North Korea, Seoul once again urged Pyongyang to set free South Korean missionary Kim Jung Wook.
306 Oct 2014 Mon
South Korea has the world's second largest market for skincare products, and increasingly more Korean men are looking for unique ways to sharpen their looks.
418 Sep 2014 Thu
In South Korea, job seekers pay a lot of attention to their photos on their resumes, as it could decide if they land a job or not.
517 Sep 2014 Wed
The absence of North Korea's cheerleaders in this year's Asian Games at Incheon may disappoint some people, but there is a group of young women who are working hard to showcase the beauty of South Korean girls instead.
612 Sep 2014 Fri
The South Korean government has warned of heavy fines for those who hoard cigarettes following its decision to hike tobacco prices by 80 per cent to cut consumption in a nation with one of the world's highest male smoking rates.
702 Sep 2014 Tue
As more young Koreans live alone, they are trying to find ways and people to communicate with - which has led to a new phenomenon of eating, studying and drinking with people online.
801 Sep 2014 Mon
Japanese wrestler-turned-politician Kanji Antonio Inoki organised a wrestling extravaganza in North Korea. He said he hopes the event will pave the way for more exchanges between Japan and North Korea.
928 Aug 2014 Thu
Joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea have successfully come to an end with Pyongyang refraining from provocative actions during the period, raising expectations of improved relations on the peninsula.
1025 Aug 2014 Mon
South Korea's parliament has been presented with the scenario that the country could go extinct by 2750, if the country's fertility rate stays at last year's 1.19 children.