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Reporter : Do Je-hae
Sun, February 25, 2024 | 17:02
Will Moon replace controversial housing minister?
One highlight of an upcoming Cabinet reshuffle is whether President Moon Jae-in will replace his top housing policymaker Kim Hyun-mee, who has been at the center of rising public indignation over his administration's failure to contain soaring housing prices.
Will Kim Jong-un attend Tokyo Olympics?
President Moon Jae-in and his ruling Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) are determined not to miss out on the chance for engaging North Korea and promoting peace on the Korean Peninsula during the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.
Governors, mayors rush toward integration
Governors and mayors are rushing to merge with adjacent cities for economic benefits as well as administrative effectiveness.
What can Korea do to ensure Biden's enthusiasm on North Korea?
The election of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has brought new challenges for President Moon Jae-in's engagement-centric North Korea policy. After the Democratic Party candidate's victory become clear, Cheong Wa Dae arranged a meeting for Moon on Nov. 11 with his close aides who have dealt with North Korea, including former national security adviser Chung Eui-yong and I...
Importance of alliance highlighted during KDVA event
The Korea Defense Veterans Association (KDVA) Korea Chapter, an association of U.S. veterans who served in Korea as members of the United States Forces Korea (USFK), held the 2020 KDVA Alliance Education Conference for Junior Service Members, at the Osan Air Base, Gyeonggi Province, Thursday.
Korean firms to invest $9 bil. in biotechnology by 2023
Biotech companies here, including Samsung Biologics and Celltrion, will invest a combined 10 trillion won ($9.03 billion) by 2023 in line with President Moon Jae-in's initiative to make biotechnology a growth driver for Asia's fourth-largest economy. This comes in response to an administration initiative unveiled Wednesday to help these firms upgrade their structure for the m...
Moon congratulates 4 Korean-Americans on recent House election victories
President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday congratulated four Korean-Americans on their recent election to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi may visit Korea
The latest news reports of China's state councilor and foreign minister Wang Yi's possible visit to Korea later this month is renewing focus on Chinese President Xi Jingping's pledge to visit the country this year.
Korea forced to walk fine line between RCEP and CPTPP
Some global mega trade deals involving or possibly involving Korea are expected to bring additional challenges to the country. The signing of the 15-member Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) by Korea, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the 10 ASEAN, nations, Sunday, during a virtual meeting of signatories has raised questions about the possible emergence...
Moon, Suga to face each other at virtual ASEAN+3 summit
President Moon Jae-in will meet new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga for the first time in a multilateral diplomatic setting during a video-linked Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)+3 summit on Saturday. The ASEAN+3 summit gathers leaders from the 10 ASEAN members as well as those from Korea, Japan and China, for the purpose of advancing multi-dimensional co...
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