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South Korea requests waiver extension for Iran oil imports
A business lobby group of South Korea asked the US government to extend Korea’s exemption from sanctions on the purchase of Iranian oil.
South Korea calls for sanction waiver extension over Iranian oil imports
South Korea and the United States discussed a possible sanctions waiver extension for Iranian oil imports.
North Korea condemns US-South Korea military drill
North Korea decried a scaled-back military drill between the US and South Korea Thursday, calling it a “violent violation.”
South Korea imports 30.2 trillion won worth of food in 2018
South Korea imported 30.2 trillion won ($27.2 billion) worth of food last year, with the largest portion of those shipments coming from the US, data showed on Tuesday.
South Korea cabinet waives feasibility studies for 24.1 trillion won worth of projects
South Korea cabinet on Tuesday approved the waiving of preliminary feasibility studies for 23 projects worth 24.1 trillion won ($21.5 billion) in the latest move to promote balanced regional development.
Fine dust chokes much of Korea
Seoul and surrounding areas was blanketed in unhealthy levels of fine dust particles through Sunday, a local research station said as the air quality severely worsened.
South Korea December exports seen rising only slowly year-on-year amid China-US dispute
South Korean exports in December are likely to increase less than in the previous month due to cooling demand from major economies led by China, a Reuters survey found on Wednesday.
BMW hit by $10m fine in South Korea over engine fires crisis
South Korea's government is fining BMW $10 million over its handling of a spate of engine fires in the country — and the automaker's problems don't end there.
South Korea successfully tests space rocket engine
South Korea on Wednesday successfully conducted a rocket engine test launch, officials said, paving the way for the development of its own space launch vehicle.
Australia, Korea Republic settle for draw
A last gasp strike from Massimo Luongo saw Australia fight back to earn a 1-1 draw against Korea Republic in an international friendly at the Suncorp Stadium on Saturday.
North Korea displays latest technology products at IT exhibition
North Korea has recently kicked off an exhibition of information technology in Pyongyang, displaying a number of its achievements in the field, the North's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday.
Iran, South Korea plan 'comprehensive' boost in ties
Iran's new ambassador to South Korea said there is a 'comprehensive plan' to expand ties with Seoul in face of the resumption of US actions.
Pompeo pledges coordination with Japan in N Korea talks, to raise abduction issues
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said he will coordinate closely with Japan during denuclearization talks with North Korea and promised to raise the issue of the abduction of Japanese citizens in his meetings in Pyongyang.
Two Koreas begin removing DMZ mines to ease military tensions
North and South Korean troops began removing some of the land mines planted at their heavily fortified border on Monday, Seoul officials said, in the first implementation of recent agreements aimed at easing their decades-long military standoff.
North Korea says will 'no way' abandon nuclear program without trust in US
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho says continued sanctions against the North are just further deepening the rift of mistrust in the United States, stressing that there is “no way” that his country will abandon its pursuit of nuclear weapons unilaterally as long as Washington is resolved to push for tough enforcement of sanctions against Pyongyang.

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