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BigBang returns with December album
World-famous K-pop boy band BigBang is set for a comeback with a new album on Dec. 12, according to YG Entertainment Tuesday.
'Bring it on, President Park,' says top actor
Leading Korean actor Jung Woo-sung has asked for a round of “match” with President Park Geun-hye.
'Truth does not sink' [VIDEO]
A protest song released a year ago is resonating more strongly than ever with the public following an investigative documentary on Saturday that looked into President Park Geun-hye’s unexplained seven-hour “disappearance” on April 15, 2014, when the ferry Sewol sank with more than 300 people on board, mostly high school students.
China bans Korean TV content to protest US missile defense system in Korea
China is to ban all TV content that features Korean stars including dramas, movies, entertainment programs and advertisements according to Chinese media outlets on Sunday.
500,000 expected at fourth big anti-Park rally
The fourth mass protest calling for President Park Geun-hye’s resignation will be held Saturday at Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul.
Is South Korean President considering martial law?
Is President Park Geun-hye considering declaring martial law in a radical tactic to contain the worst political scandal in her administration? Chances are low, at least for now, given an expected powerful backlash and turmoil that will only make the situation worse. But the unlikely option for the scandal-scarred President has garnered massive media attention after the main o...
Korean colonel cops blast for photos from billion-won equipment
A high-ranking army officer has been criticized for standing on valuable U.S. military helicopter equipment aboard the USS Ronald Reagan to take photos during a public opening last month.
Hot rock for Seoul as Coldplay comes to town
World-renowned British rock band Coldplay is set to perform in Seoul on April 15 next year, according to Hyundai Card.
Prosecution wants death penalty for child abusers
The prosecution will get tougher on child abusers in response to a growing public outcry, including seeking the death penalty.
South Korean president appoints defense attorney in preparation for prosecution's questioning
President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday appointed a prosecutor-turned-lawyer as her defense attorney as the prosecution is preparing to directly question the embattled head of state this week over her alleged link to a corruption and influence peddling scandal involving her close confidante.
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