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South Korea reverses decision to suspend intelligence deal with Japan
South Korea on Friday said it would not suspend its intelligence-sharing deal with Japan, in a dramatic, last-minute reversal that signaled a breakthrough after months of frigid relations over their painful wartime history.
South Korea nuclear regulator wants information on radioactive Fukushima water release
Japan’s reluctance to disclose information about the release of radioactive water from its damaged Fukushima nuclear plant is hampering neighboring countries’ efforts to minimize the impact, the head of South Korea’s nuclear safety agency said on Wednesday.
US-South Korea military cost-sharing talks collapse
The latest round of military cost-sharing talks between South Korea and the United States has collapsed, in a rare public disagreement in the 66-year-old alliance between the two countries.
South Korean jobless rate sharply down in home to largest shipbuilder
The jobless rate in South Korea's southeastern industrial city of Ulsan fell sharply in the third quarter of 2019 from a year earlier, government data showed Tuesday, in a sign of a recovery in the auto and shipbuilding industries.
South Korea's trade deficit with Japan tipped to hit 16-year low this year
South Korea's trade deficit with Japan is expected to sink to a 16-year low in 2019 due to a tumble in imports, data showed Monday.
US delays army drills with South Korea in nod to North Korea
No plans to talk unless “hostile” US policies come under discussion: Pyongyang
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday the United States and South Korea have indefinitely postponed a joint military exercise in an “act of goodwill” toward North Korea, as North Foreign Ministry issued a written statement of defiance.
South Korea has to pay more for US troops: Pentagon chief
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper has called on South Korea to pay for more for American troops deployed to the country.
South Korean president ‘optimistic’ about Tehran-Seoul ties
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Seoul is trying to restore its relations with Iran to its peak, stressing optimism about the prospects of relations between the two nations.
South Korea's air passenger traffic up 4.4%
South Korea's air passenger traffic rose 4.4 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier on growing travel demand, the Transport Ministry said Tuesday.
Major South Korean banks back bitcoin startup Coinplug’s $6.4m round
Coinplug, one of the earliest bitcoin exchange, wallet and payment startups in South Korea, has raised 7.5 billion won, or $6.4 million, from venture arms of major local financial institutions.
Japan's Abe renews call on South Korea to keep promises as a chance to mend ties
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon agreed on Thursday on the need to cooperate on North Korea despite frigid bilateral ties, but Abe repeated that Seoul needed to keep its promises for relations to improve.
South Korea urged to act on stalled pharma exports to Iran
Iranian businesses and lawmakers complained that the South Korean government has not done enough to ensure that exports of pharmaceutical products to Iran continue despite US sanctions.
South Korea sees growth missing government’s target
South Korea’s economic growth may miss the government’s target of 2.4 percent to 2.5 percent this year, Yonhap News Agency reported, citing the finance minister.
Protesters in South Korea attack US envoy’s residence
South Korean students have broken into the residence of the US ambassador in Seoul to protest American military presence in their country.
Koreas share the spoils in blacked-out World Cup qualifier
North and South Korea drew 0-0 in a historic but surreal World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, played in front of an empty stadium and almost completely blocked off from the outside world.

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