N Korean paper raps Japan's reaction to S Korean court ruling

The newspaper of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party carried an editorial Sunday supporting a recent South Korean court ruling ordering a Japanese company to pay compensation for wartime forced labor. The editorial in the Rodong Sinmum lambasted objections to the ruling by Japanese government officials as "barefaced impudence." It is…

Nat Geo docuseries Inside North Korea’s Dynasty covers the abductions of Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee and the rise of the three Kims — Il Sun, Jong Il, and Jong Un.

National Geographic journeys 'Inside North Korea's Dynasty'

'Inside North Korea's Dynasty' review: National Geographic explores strange history of Kim family in four-part documentary

[INTERVIEW] An American youth aspiring to contribute to ROK-US relations

The United States of America held midterm elections on the Nov. 6. The Democratic Party recaptured the House and the Republic Party held the Senate; therefore, one side can consider this as a win, a loss, or a tie.

Life after Kim: inside the schools catering to North Korean defectors

Young people who escape North Korea face a second struggle when they arrive in the South: how to cope in an alien education system Schools like Haankkum help them adjust to a new way of life

Frustration rising over North Korea - The Manila Times Online

SEOUL (AFP-Jiji) — South Korea has earmarked more than $260 million to build new railways and roads in the North, an official said Thursday, as Seoul pushes ahead with cross-border projects despite international sanctions on Pyongyang.

Korea, US aim for deal next week on sharing USFK cost

South Korea said Friday it will hold another round of negotiations with the United States next week on sharing the cost of stationing American troops on the peninsula.The two sides are running out of time for an agreement. The existing accord is to expire at the end of this year.South Korean officials said they aim to strike a deal in the four-day talks to open in Honolulu, Hawaii, on Tuesday. (Yonhap)It would mark t...