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Reporter : Kang Seung-woo
Sun, March 26, 2023 | 05:41
South Korea, US, Japan conduct missile defense exercise
Three warships from South Korea, Japan and the United States carried out a ballistic missile defense drill, Tuesday, in the waters east of Korea in an apparent show of force against a recent North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test, according to Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). South Korean Navy's Aegis destroyer ROKS Sejong the Great held a drill with ...
Aerial refueling exercise
A KC-330 multi-role tanker transport aircraft performs aerial refueling with an F-35A fighter during a Republic of Korea Air Force exercise, Tuesday. The drill was revealed to the media for the first time in a show of force following North Korea's launch of an intercontinental bal...
Foreign minister stresses need for responsible use of AI in military domain
Foreign Minister Park Jin has called for the international community's efforts toward the responsible military use of artificial intelligence (AI). His comment was made at the Summit on Responsible AI in the Military Domain (REAIM 2023) in The Hague, Netherlands, Thursday (local time).
KOICA sends 2nd dispatch of disaster relief team to Turkey
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has sent another dispatch of the Korea Disaster Relief Team (KDRT) to support the response to the earthquake in Turkey. The Korean government confirmed, Wednesday, through a public-private joint council for overseas emergency relief chaired by Foreign Minister Park Jin, that a second dispatch of emergency relief personnel and...
Korea, China face new flashpoint in ties over spy balloon
Korea and China have found a fresh stumbling block in their bilateral relations that had seen mild improvement following a feud over the Korean government's quarantine regulations that raised the ire of Beijing. China has complained of Seoul siding with the United States over the recent spy balloon controversy. In late January, a Chinese surveillance balloon was found to have...
Long road ahead before reaching consensus on forced labor issue
Despite the Korean government's efforts to resolve the issue of compensating Korean victims of Japan's wartime forced labor as soon as possible, it appears that discussions on the matter may last longer than expected, with the two countries still struggling to find a solution that meets the expectations of both sides.
Korean War heroes' photos to be restored
Faded black-and-white photos of over 100 Korean War veterans will be restored as part of a plan by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs (MPVA) to transform the monochrome pictures to color on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement.
Hoiana Resort and Golf offer truly customized service for Koreans
HOIAN, Vietnam ― Set to provide a true home-away-from-home experience, Hoiana Residences is ready to satisfy Korean guests by offering unique services that cannot be found elsewhere in Vietnam, according to the vice president of Hoiana Resort and Golf. Hoiana Residences is part of a $4-billion (5 trillion won) mega project by Hoi An South Development to build four luxury hote...
Korean Peninsula may face fallout from balloon saga
The recent spy balloon controversy that has strained already fraught U.S.-China relations is expected to adversely affect the security situation on the Korean Peninsula in the absence of Beijing's role in resolving North Korea's nuclear issue, according to diplomatic observers. In addition, Pyongyang may play off the rivalry by resorting to saber-rattling, including a much-an...
US reaffirms nuclear security assurances to South Korea
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken assured South Korea of Washington's full security commitment against North Korea's evolving nuclear threats amid growing doubts here about the credibility of Washington's extended deterrence for its ally. Blinken's remark was made after his meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin in Washington, D.C.
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