Sunday Jun 16
No holds barred with Jang Yoon Jung
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Sunday Jun 16
Nationalism is Northeast Asia's main challenge'
China's increasing assertiveness and Japan's sense of insecurity would further spur nationalism in Northeast Asia, hampering the region from achieving huge potential gains from mutual cooperation, a renowned foreign policy analyst said.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Egging On North Korea
As our dust-up with North Korea stumbles inexorably onward, the U.S. media is tearing its hair out over how any sovereign nation could possibly act so irrationally.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Asia News Network
SEOUL: Sexual harassment rampant among S. Korea's social leaders
From professors to lawmakers, including a former governor and even a successful presidential candidate, the list of powerful men involved in sexual harassment or controversy over their sexual attitudes is simply too long to spell out.
Military and Poktanju
A day before the first inter-Korean defense ministerial meeting in Jeju Island at the end of September 2000, the South Korean delegation led by Defense Minister Cho Seong-tae proposed a 'Poktanju dual' to the North Korean delegation led by North Korean military chief Kim Il-cheol.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
More pressure on NZ to save rare Maui's dolphin
New Zealand is under pressure at an international scientific meeting this week to save the world's rarest dolphin.
VIDEO: Fears over endangered NZ dolphins
The plight of a critically endangered dolphin subspecies is expected to be one of the main talking points at the International Whaling Commission's scientific committee currently underway in Jeju, South Korea.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
International Business Times
PSY's 'Wiki Korea' Tourism Campaign Baffles Locals
YouTube sensation PSY's hotly anticipated campaign for the Korea Tourism Organization, or KTO, launched in overseas markets this week with six 15-second spots, dubbed "PSY's Wiki Korea," that promoters hope will become an encyclopedia of Korean culture.
Entertainer Johnny Yune to make his way back home
After a long hiatus, veteran entertainer Johnny Yune is making his comeback by hosting the "World Pop Concert in Korea" in August.
A view from the bottom
I'm going to tell you five stories about my life at Work Club as an account manager.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Saber-rattling increases talk of N.K. demise'
North Korea's recent bouts of saber-rattling have prompted a "qualitatively different" conversation over the need to accelerate the demise of its regime, according to a renowned U.S. scholar.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Korea, Australia have key roles as middle powers'
Korea and Australia have crucial roles as middle-power states to address regional and global issues by forging coalitions of like-minded countries, a former Australian minister said.
Fri May 31, 2013
Pacific Daily News
Airport stands by Lotte duty free deal
Retail concession: The DFS Duty Free store at A.B. Won Pat International Airport Authority is seen in this file photo.
East Timor's foreign minister says Korea's rapid development has been an inspiration
Korea's rapid development was made possible with the assistance of countries like the United States and Japan, which provided the war-torn country with some 12 billion U.S. dollars in aid.
Thu May 30, 2013
Diving into one of the most amazing Korean traditions, Jean-Georges visits with the Haenyos of Jeju Island, who free-dive for seafood off the rocky coast.
Scholars, politicians call for regional unity
Leading scholars and politicians on Thursday urged Asian states to step up efforts to overcome mutual distrust and enhance cooperation to cope with common challenges including nuclear threats from North Korea.
Wed May 29, 2013
Mahathir visits Vincent Tan's Berjaya resort project in Jeju
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday visited the Jeju Airest City-Berjaya Jeju Resort project, the largest single foreign investment in South Korea's tourism industry, today.
South China Morning Post
South Korea's Jeju Island offers hidden pleasures for travellers
Visitors to Jeju Island in South Korea can delve into subterranean lava tubes and feast on fresh fish caught by its octogenarian diving women, writes Jennifer Barclay THE RADIO IN THE TAXI blares away in American English and signs proclaim: "We love having you here!" Past Jeju city there are farms with green hedges and basalt stone walls, ... (more)
Wall Street Journal
Abenomics Skews Japan-Korea Tourism
Japanese tourists aboard Asia's biggest cruise ship Voyager, arrive in South Korea's southernmost resort island of Jeju, 01 May 2013 as Japan enjoyed the ten day Golden Week,. Data from the Korea Tourism Organization shows that South Korean tourist numbers heading for Japan were up over 30% in each of the first three months of the year.