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South Koreans' overseas card spending falls in Q3
Overseas card spending by South Koreans dropped for the second straight quarter in the third quarter amid a strengthening US dollar, central bank data showed on Wednesday.
South Koreans enter North to reunite with family members after seven decades
Dozens of South Koreans have entered the North to reunite with their family members for their first time in around seven decades since their separation due to the 1950s Korean War.
Two-thirds of South Koreans believe Kim’s denuclearization promises: poll
A recent summit between the leaders of the two Koreas has raised genuine hopes for peace on the Korean Peninsula as a poll suggests more than two thirds of South Koreans believe North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un is serious about his promises of denuclearization and reaching peace in the region.
Increasing number of grown-up South Koreans  live with parents for financial reasons
Kim Ju-yeon, a 36-year old office worker, lives in the room that she lived in as a teenager in Hanam city on the eastern outskirts of Seoul. In the next room, her younger brother, who graduated from university in February, is in residence, while her parents live in the master room.
South Koreans want fewer children than 60 years ago
The number of children that South Korean parents want in their lifetimes has more than halved in the past 60 years amid the country's low birth trend, government data showed Monday.
Thousands of South Koreans rally in Seoul to call for Park’s release
Tens of thousands of South Koreans supporting arrested former president Park Geun-hye have rallied to call for her release.
South Koreans rally to demand Park’s ouster
Hundreds of thousands of people have attended a New Year's Eve rally in South Korea's capital, Seoul, to demand a year 2017 without President Park Geun-hye.
South Koreans rally anew against President Park
South Koreans have taken to the streets in the capital, Seoul, and elsewhere in fresh rallies demanding the resignation of the scandal-hit President Park Geun-hye.
South Koreans enter North for family reunion
Hundreds of South Koreans have entered a resort inside North Korean territory for a new round of family reunions.

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