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[LIVE] Assembly probe of Sewol tragedy, Park's beauty surgery
South Korea's National Assembly is holding the third round of hearings to investigate the missing seven hours during the Sewol tragedy and allegation against Park's beauty surgery.
Stand in line for a chance to see Choi Soon-sil up close
Seoul Central District Court on Friday will raffle admission tickets for the first trial on Dec. 19 of Choi Soon-sil, President Park Geun-hye’s close confidant and the center of the influence-peddling scandal.
Yet another PR disaster for Winter Olympics: 'It's you, PyeongChang'
“It’s you, PyeongChang.” It makes sense grammatically, but what does it mean?
24 soldiers injured in military training site explosion
Twenty four soldiers were injured in an explosion at a reserve forces training site in Ulsan on Tuesday. One soldier was in a critical condition with his right ankle broken and face and body burned severely. Three others had their faces, legs and arms burned severely. The others suffered minor injuries.
Mysterious numbers surround impeachment: 1234567
Was this merely a coincidence, or was a mysterious power involved?
Park Geun-hye joins league of disgraced Korean Presidents
President Park Geun-hye has added her name to the list of “disgraced” Presidents of South Korea as the National Assembly endorsed her impeachment motion on Friday. Here are her predecessors whose reputations were damaged significantly after being embroiled in ugly scandals triggered by themselves, close friends or family members.
'Three Nos' prostitution thriving despite crackdown
A new form of prostitution called “Three Nos” is thriving in Ilsan, Gyeonggi Province, despite a police crackdown.
Park's confidants quizzed for 14 hours over scandal
South Korea's National Assembly is holding the second round of hearings to investigate a corruption scandal involving President Park Geun-hye on Wednesday.
Meager presence? British FM fails to name S. Korean President
U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a controversial supporter of Brexit, was spotted fleeing the scene after failing to name Park Geun-hye, the politically embroiled South Korean President.
Park 'could face up to life in prison'
What would the court’s ruling be like if President Park Geun-hye is dethroned and stands trial for all the allegations against her?