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Reporter : Do Je-hae
Sat, February 24, 2024 | 02:53
Concerns growing over possible reduction of US troops
The latest U.S. media reports are hinting at a possible reduction of U.S. troops stationed in Korea.
More Koreans disapprove of President Moon
One of the things that has set President Moon Jae-in apart from his predecessors is that his popularity rating has enjoyed a stable level throughout his presidency since May 2017. But latest surveys reflect a noticeable loss of public confidence in President Moon and his administration in the past few weeks due to some glaring policy missteps, including those related to real ...
Moon calls for Assembly's support in opening speech
President Moon Jae-in has stressed the importance of cooperation between the ruling and opposition blocs in order to overcome socio-economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and to carry out other state affairs smoothly.
Moon introduces Korean version of 'New Deal'
Information technology and low-carbon initiatives will be key factors to transform Korea into a global pacemaker in the post-coronavirus world, President Moon Jae-in said Tuesday. The President announced a package of measures dubbed the “Korean New Deal” designed to create jobs and spur growth to revive an economy that is struggling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cheong Wa Dae struggling with self-imposed rule on housing
Cheong Wa Dae has come under fire once again for being unable to keep to its own one-house-per-person policy aimed at cooling down the housing market.
South Korea, US eye 'October surprise'
The next big question regarding the Korean Peninsula is whether U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will get together for a third summit before the U.S. presidential election in November.
#MeToo scandals dent ruling party
The ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) is reeling from a series of sexual scandals involving some of it biggest star politicians.
Samsung, SK vow to join state drive to cut reliance on Japan
Samsung and SK have renewed their promises to actively assist President Moon Jae-in's economic team in its ongoing efforts to cut Korean companies heavy reliance on Japan for industrial materials and equipment crucial to their finished products.
Ball is again in North Korea's court
With the U.S. reaffirming its willingness for talks with North Korea, all eyes are on whether Pyongyang will step back from its hostile stance and come back to negotiations over sanctions relief for denuclearization. Washington's renewed efforts to resume talks are seen as a move to coordinate the conditions for a balanced agreement that is conducive to peace on the Korean Pe...
Moon's chief of staff pressed to step down over real estate row
President Moon Jae-in and the ruling bloc have come under mounting criticism after one of his trusted aides invited public indignation over the government's real estate policy. The aide, presidential chief of staff Noh Young-min, is being pressured to step down over his poor handling of his ownership of multiple homes, which is seen as going against the government's real esta...
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