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Japan banks to resume Iran oil transactions
Major Japanese banks are set to resume Iranian oil transactions after receiving final regulatory clearance, paving the way for the country's refiners to begin loadings as early as this month, sources with direct knowledge of the matter told S&P Global Platts Tuesday.
South Korea to receive Iranian condensate after 4-month gap
A South Korean oil buyer is set to receive about two million barrels of Iranian condensate in January, a source familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Son may need rest, warns South Korea coach
South Korea's coach warned that Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min may have to be eased in gently when he arrives at the Asian Cup after a frantic few months for club and country.
South Korea to resume Iran oil imports soon
South Korean oil buyers are expected to restart Iranian oil imports in late January or early February, the head of South Korea’s SK Innovation, which owns South Korea’s biggest oil refiner SK Energy, said.
Philippines did a lot of good, coach Eriksson insists
Despite losing 1-0 to Korea Republic, the Philippines impressed in its AFC Asian Cup 2019 debut as it held its own against a perennial contender.
South Korea's ice fishing festival lures local and foreign tourists
South Korea's annual ice fishing festival has drawn massive crowds, who braved below freezing temperatures to catch trout in a frozen lake.
North Korea's Kim vows more summits with South next year
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un vowed to meet the South's President Moon Jae-in "frequently" next year to discuss denuclearization of the peninsula in a rare letter sent to Seoul, Moon's office said Sunday.
South Korean president calls Iran important partner
South Korean President Moon Jae-in hailed the historic relations between Seoul and Tehran saying that his country attaches great importance to Iran as a reliable partner.
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 foundation to scrap award for Suu Kyi
One of South Korean largest human rights groups will strip Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi of its 2004 prize because of her "indifference" to the atrocities against the Rohingya minority, organizers said Tuesday.
US, South Korea can't agree on sharing the bill after Trump's criticism
The United States and South Korea have failed to agree on a bigger South Korean share of the cost of maintaining US troops, an official said on Friday, as the US military warned Korean workers they might be put on leave if no deal is reached.
North, South Korea check work to ease tension in 'milestone' step
North and South Korean officials inspected work to ease tension on their militarized border on Wednesday, checking on the demolition of bunkers and probing for secret tunnels, despite scant progress on persuading the North to give up nuclear arms.
South Korea's jobless rate rises in Nov.
South Korea's jobless rate rose slightly in November, government data showed on Wednesday, amid the government's efforts to create more jobs.
South Korea, US discuss follow-ups to Iran sanctions waiver
South Korea and the United States held discussions this week on technical issues related to a sanctions waiver on Iranian oil imports, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea said Wednesday.
Iran, South Korea finalize deal to trade oil for goods
Iran has finalized a deal with South Korea to trade oil for goods as part of a larger strategy to bypass US sanctions reimposed on the country, an official said on Saturday.

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