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Seoul, Tokyo kick off trade talks
South Korea and Japan on Tuesday met for the first time in three months to discuss their trade dispute amid dimmed hopes for reconciliation as the spread of the new coronavirus has led to more bilateral trust issues.
South Korea's Moon seeks Kim Jong-un visit to Seoul
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday called for better relations with the North, so leader Kim Jong-un can visit Seoul, despite Pyongyang's abandonment of its nuclear and missile test moratoriums.
Seoul, Washington fail to agree on cost of US troops
South Korea and the United States have failed to agree on Seoul's contribution towards hosting some 28,500 US troops, but the US side hinted after the two days of talks ended that it will no longer stick to its $5 billion demand.
Japanese PM's offering for shrine sparks criticism from Seoul
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent an offering to Tokyo’s controversial Yasukuni Shrine for war dead on Thursday, prompting neighboring South Korea to call on Japan to reflect on its wartime actions.
Seoul seeks solar panel homes to combat climate change
After looking for a perfect place for her family for years, Cho Yeoun-hoa and her family moved in April from an apartment where her daughter couldn't play the cello at night to a stand-alone house in the country's administrative city of Sejong that also happened to be solar-powered.
Escalating dispute between Tokyo, Seoul already affecting businesses
The ongoing trade dispute between Japan and South Korea has begun to affect businesses across sectors and could potentially even make a dent in the global economy.
Seoul Int’l Book Fair opens with Iran’s presence
Iran is participating in the 25th Seoul International Book Fair (SIBF) which opened on June 19.
Seoul declares national disaster as winds fan giant forest fire
A giant forest fire swept across swathes of South Korea on Friday, as authorities declared a rare national disaster, deploying 900 fire engines and tens of thousands of personnel to bring it under control.
S. Korea proposes rain project with China to clean Seoul air
South Korean President Moon Jae-in proposed a joint project with China to use artificial rain to clean the air in Seoul, where an acute increase in pollution has caused alarm.
Envoy lauds high level ties between Tehran, Seoul
Iranian ambassador to South Korea on Thursday expressed satisfaction with the current level of ties between the two states.
WHO to launch Asia-Pacific environment-health center in Seoul
The World Health Organization (WHO) will open a regional environment and health center in Seoul in May to identify environmental and health risks and provide advice to governments in the Asia-Pacific region, the South Korean environment ministry here said Tuesday.
Kim, Pompeo to arrange second US-North Korea summit 'as soon as possible': Seoul
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agrees to hold a second summit with US President Donald Trump as soon as possible, few months after the two leaders met in Singapore.
North Korea has up to 60 nuclear bombs: Seoul
A South Korean minister says that North Korea is estimated to have up to 60 nuclear weapons, in Seoul’s first public comment about the size of the North’s arsenal.
Seoul says still discussing Iran waivers with US
South Korea says it is still negotiating with the US to obtain waivers from sanctions that ban purchases of oil from Iran.

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