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North Korea to send 230-member cheering squad to Olympics
North Korea plans to send a 230-member cheering squad as part of its delegation to next month’s Winter Olympics in South Korea, officials said Wednesday, as South Korea’s president announced his support of a proposal for the rivals’ first unified Olympic team.
South Korea's Iranian oil imports up over 29% in 2017
South Korea's imports of Iranian crude oil during 2017 jumped by 29.1 percent, customs data showed on Monday.
North Korean orchestra to perform in South during Olympics
North Korea agreed during rare talks on Monday to send a 140-strong orchestra to perform during the Winter Olympics in South Korea next month, Seoul said.
North, South Korea delegations discuss Olympic Games in truce village
North and South Koreas have held a new round of talks aimed at hammering out the details of Pyongyang’s plan to send a group of art performers to the South for next month’s Winter Olympics.
NIOC: No dent in Iran payment in spilled condensate cargo heading to South Korea
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said South Korea will fully pay for the condensate cargo that was destroyed in a tanker collision near China this week.
South Korea seeks deeper cooperation with  China, Japan in regulating cryptocurrencies
South Korea's top financial regulator said on Monday it is seeking deeper cooperation with regulators in China and Japan in curbing speculative transactions of cryptocurrencies, amid global worries about a bubble.
Global investment banks suggest  2.9% growth for South Korean economy
Global investment banks are suggesting an annual growth rate of 2.9 percent for the South Korean economy this year, data showed on Saturday, just below the central bank's outlook of three percent.
South Korea minimum wage hike to boost domestic demand
South Korea's increase of the minimum wage will boost private spending, which in turn can help Asia's fourth-largest economy break from its low growth trend, a senior government official said on Friday.
South Korea's President Moon meets former 'comfort women'
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday met women who were forced to work in Japanese wartime brothels, days after their plight again cast a shadow over relations with Japan.
Inter-Korean hotline reopens after Seoul proposed talks
North and South Korea on Wednesday reopened a cross-border hotline which had been shut down since 2016, forging ahead with peace overtures despite taunts from US President Donald Trump who said he has a "much bigger" nuclear button than Kim Jong-un.
South Korea offers talks with defiant North ahead of Olympics
South Korea on Tuesday offered talks with North Korea amid a standoff over its weapons programs, a day after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said he was open to negotiations but that his country would push ahead with “mass producing” nuclear warheads.
South Korea seizes another ship suspected of transferring oil to North Korea: Report
South Korea has seized a Panama-flagged vessel suspected of shipping oil products to North Korea in breach of international embargoes enforced against Pyongyang, a report says.
South Korea seizes second ship suspected of providing oil to North Korea
South Korean authorities have seized a Panama-flagged vessel suspected of transferring oil products to North Korea in violation of international sanctions, a customs official said on Sunday.
South Korean insurance sector grows 4.6% in 2016
South Korea's insurance industry grew 4.6 percent in 2017, driven by a rise in life and non-life insurance premiums, a research institute said on Sunday.
No plans to pause US-South Korea military exercises: Mattis
US Defense Secretary James Mattis says the United States does not plan to pause a joint annual military exercise with South Korea during the upcoming Winter Olympics in the Asian country.

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