Korea Faces Demographic Upheavals
Korea is experiencing a demographic upheaval this year. The number of births plunged to 406,300 last year, a strong indication that it will further fall to below 400,000 as early as this year. The economically active population aged 15-64 will start shrinking for the first time this year.
Poison That Killed Kim Jong-nam Was Banned Nerve Agent
SAT Operators Get Tough on Cheaters
Vietnamese Suspect in Kim Jong-nam Death No Stranger to Korea
Malaysian Police 'to Take DNA Samples from Kim Jong-nam's Son'
Chinese Tourists Spend Most on Credit Cards in Korea
Hyundai Rises in Latest Vehicle Dependability Ranking in U.S.
Emotions Run High as Impeachment Ruling Nears
Emotions are running high among protesters as the date of the Constitutional Court's ruling on President Park Geun-hye's impeachment approaches. Meanwhile the Constitutional Court requested 24-hour police protection for the eight judges.
N.Korea Blames Seoul for Kim Jong-nam's Death
North Korea in its first statement on the assassination of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of leader Kim Jong-un, alleged a conspiracy orchestrated by South Korea. A Unification Ministry official here said the comments are "unworthy of a response."
Flag Carriers Buy New Planes for Long-Haul Flights
Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are both buying new high-tech passenger jets to gain competitiveness on long-haul routes. Korean Air on Wednesday took delivery of a Boeing B787-9 at the manufacturer's headquarters in Seattle.