Stories By Lim Yun Suk
120 Nov 2014 Thu
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.
219 Nov 2014 Wed
Tight surveillance in Seoul subway system and security personnel on hand mean female commuters can have peace of mind while travelling on public transport.
313 Nov 2014 Thu
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.
411 Nov 2014 Tue
Lee Jun Seok, 69, was sentenced to 36 years in jail for dereliction of duty leading to the death of more than 300 people in April.
527 Oct 2014 Mon
Family members of the victims of the Sewol disaster have called for the death penalty for the captain and other crew members of the South Korean ferry that sank in April with the loss 304 lives, describing them as "devils" who abandoned the passengers.
625 Oct 2014 Sat
Hundreds of police personnel were deployed to Imjingak near the border separating the two Koreas when scuffles broke out between South Korean activists planning to send propaganda balloons to North Korea and those against the move.
724 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.
822 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.
906 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.
1018 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.