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Yemen's Houthis say will release seized ships if Korean
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement said on Tuesday it would release vessels it had captured if they prove to be South Korean, after it seized a rig being towed by a Saudi tugboat in the southern Red Sea.
Koreans stage rallies to protest Japan’s export controls
Citizens’ Action to Denounce Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a coalition of civic groups, held its 8th so-called ‘candlelight cultural festival’ in the South Korean capital, Seoul.
Korean won to face further difficulties due to trade dispute, weak economic performance
The South Korean won, one of the world's worst-performing currencies over the past month, may further lose ground down the road, possibly flirting with the 1,200-won threshold, given a slew of factors pointing in that direction, although its current downward momentum may ease in the near term, analysts said on Tuesday.
South Korean police consider restricting elderly driving at night, on expressways
South Korea’s police said they are considering restricting elderly people's driving at night and on expressways as part of measures to improve the nation's traffic safety.
Korean company planning Bylong Valley mine dismisses climate threat
The company behind a proposed coalmine in the Bylong Valley in New South Wales (NSW) claimed the project will make a ‘negligible contribution’ to global climate change, in a fresh submission responding to the historic Rocky Hill judgment.
Ratio of South Korean women rises to 46.5% in civil service
The ratio of women among South Korea's civil servants reached 46.5 percent as of last year, marking a rise of 3.3 percentage points over 2013, government data released on Monday showed.
31% of Korean elderly people land low-wage jobs after retirement
Thirty-one percent of people aged 65 or older held low-wage jobs, such as cleaners or security guards for flats, last year after their retirement, a report said on Monday.
Korean childbirths continued to decline in September
The number of newborns in South Korea fell again in September, government data showed on Wednesday, in the latest sign of the chronically low birthrate that has plagued Asia's fourth-largest economy for more than a decade.
The Indian princess who became a South Korean queen
Ayodhya, which is best known as the birthplace of the Hindu god Ram, also however, holds special significance for some South Koreans — many believe they can trace their ancestry to the city.
Academician: Chinese, Korean languages challenging Persian in Pakistan
Persian language is facing a serious challenge from Chinese and Korean languages in Pakistan, said an Iranian professor of Persian language at Pakistan's National University of Modern Languages (NUML).
Korean leaders sign joint declaration pledging denuclearization
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in have signed a joint declaration agreeing to work for the "complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula" following their historic summit.
China calls on all countries to take steps to reduce tensions in Korean Peninsula
China has called on the international community to put in constructive efforts in an attempt to ease escalating tensions in the Korean Peninsula after North Korea described the UN’s latest round of sanctions against Pyongyang as an “act of war” and tantamount to a total economic blockade.
Russia's foreign minister censures Washington's provocation in Korean Peninsula
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has censured the joint military exercises conducted by the United States and South Korea, saying the drills could provoke North Korea to carry out more missile tests.
US flies supersonic heavy bomber over Korean Peninsula
The United States has flown a supersonic heavy bomber from its Guam base over the Korean Peninsula during a joint military drill with South Korea.

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