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South Korea's President Park Guen-hye met Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe at the Blue House in Seoul on Friday and Park lost wasted no time in raising the issue of wartime comfort women Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe shakes hands with South Korea's President Park Geun-hye at the presidential Blue House in Seoul on Friday.
Think of the most put-together traveler you can imagine. James Bond with a tux and a passport, perhaps.
The Mayfield Hotel and Resort opened its first business hotel Mayplace in Dongdaemun, Seoul on Thursday.
Former South Korean sex slaves to the Japanese Imperial Army during the Second World War and their supporters protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul on April 15, 1998.
Foreigners often find it very convenient to live in Korea. For example, they can easily find numerous coffee shops, convenience stores and ethnic restaurants in major cities.
North Korea on Friday threatened to pull out of September's Asian Games in South Korea, blaming Seoul for the breakdown of talks on Pyongyang's participation.
South Korea and Japan will hold talks about the militaristic Japan's sexual enslavement of Korean women next week, Seoul's Foreign Ministry said Friday.
Shinsegae Group, South Korea's largest retailer, is planning to expand in the country's crowded convenience store sector, aiming to open 1,000 With Me outlets by the end of this year.
Seoul Metro promotes `stamp tour` through August . JULY 15, 2014 05:06. . Seoul Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corp. said Monday they will promote through August a "stamp tour," an event to deliver souvenirs to people touring Seoul.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:32 pm
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