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Fri, February 23, 2024 | 18:46
'Birth of Korea': Filmmaker's ode to South Korea's first president
'The Birth of Korea,' a documentary depicting the life of South Korea’s first president, Syngman Rhee (1875-1965), has quickly become a must-see film for moviegoers across the country since its release on Feb. 1.
Kim Jong-un ups ante to shift attention away from defiant millennials at home
There's a saying that goes, 'A barking dog never bites.'
Exceptional first lady
There have generally been two types of first ladies in Korea.
Decoding Putin's intentions: Russia is using N. Korea to warn S. Korea
Foreign policy observers are expressing confusion and concern while closely monitoring the risky military cooperation between Russia and North Korea. This collaboration has raised alarms not only in South Korea but also in the United States.
South Korea's technological superiority challenged by North Korea's cyberattacks
Technology can create very different worlds depending on the motives of users.
Seoul urged to bolster defense against Pyongyang's evolving cyber threats
What do the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2014, Bangladesh’s central bank heist in 2016 and the WannaCry ransomware strike targeting over 230,000 computers in 2017 all over the world have in common?
[INTERVIEW] Activists cast bottled rice into West Sea in hope of reaching North Koreans
Park Jung-oh, 54, and seven other activists threw plastic bottles stuffed with rice, USB drives, SD cards and cold medicines, one after another, into the West Sea near Ganghwa County in Incheon, late on Thursday night.
South Korea's spy satellite vulnerable to North's jamming, cyberattacks
The two Koreas are pitted against each other as their first reconnaissance satellites traverse Earth in low orbit, attempting to detect each other's military installations and weapons developments since they were launched.
N. Korea's fear of external info grows after Seoul allows sending propaganda leaflets
Pyongyang has belatedly reacted furiously to South Korean Constitutional Court’s decision in September to strike down the ban on sending propaganda leaflets over the border into North Korea.
[INTERVIEW] Ex-NIS chief urges politicians to stop exploiting spy agency
A blame game is in full swing after Korea lost to Saudi Arabia in a bid to host the World Expo 2030 in a vote held in Paris, France on Nov. 28.
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