North Korea welcomes agreement but says Seoul 'learned a lesson' In Seoul, South Koreans expressed relief but also skepticism about the North's latest "regret" over the land mine blasts in the DMZ, The Korea Herald reported. "I was worried about the possible breakout of war, but I am so relieved that the two Koreas ……

North Korea preparing to shoot down South's loudspeakers, Seoul says Seoul has said the North fears the South's propaganda campaign because it exposes the regime in Pyongyang. South Korean outlet News 1 reported Seoul has hired a woman defector as one of the commentators for South Korea's propaganda campaign, … Read more on UPI.com

Canadian literature showcased at Seoul Metropolitan Library The Canadian Embassy in Seoul is hosting a book exhibition at the Seoul Metropolitan Library in partnership with the city government, introducing renowned Canadian literature to the public. The exhibition titled “Seoul Meets Canadian Books” is part of … Read more on The Korea Herald

Seoul: S. Korea to Halt Loudspeaker Broadcasts After N. Korea Expresses Regret … Seoul: S. Korea to Halt Loudspeaker Broadcasts After N. Korea Expresses Regret Over Mine Blast. SEOUL, South Korea — Aug 24, 2015, 1:13 PM ET. Share. 0. Associated Press. Seoul: S. Korea to halt loudspeaker broadcasts after N. Korea expresses regret … Read…

Seoul talks tough as talks between rival Koreas drag on But authoritarian Pyongyang must also show its people that it is standing up to bitter enemy Seoul. Pyongyang has denied involvement in the land mine explosions and also rejected Seoul's report that Pyongyang launched an artillery barrage last week … Read more on Colorado Springs…

Kim Jong-un dismisses top officials after standoff with Seoul Seoul and Pyongyang have remained technically in a state of war since Korean war ended in a truce, not a peace treaty. On the side of a hill in Pocheon, about 18 miles (30 kilometers) from the Demilitarized Zone that separates North and South Korea ……

Alitalia starts Seoul Incheon from Rome Fiumicino Alitalia launches its latest destination from Rome Fiumicino (FCO) on 4 June to Seoul Incheon (ICN). The new 8,961-kilometre sector will operate thrice-weekly using the airline's A330-200s. The service will face direct competition from Korean Air, who … Read more on anna.aero