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South Korea gears up for high-level talks with North
South Korea will seek high-level talks with North Korea this month as preparations for a summit began on Friday, the presidential chief of staff said, while officials in the South expressed interest in a separate summit with the United States.
Increasing number of grown-up South Koreans  live with parents for financial reasons
Kim Ju-yeon, a 36-year old office worker, lives in the room that she lived in as a teenager in Hanam city on the eastern outskirts of Seoul. In the next room, her younger brother, who graduated from university in February, is in residence, while her parents live in the master room.
Japan, South Korea urge 'maximum pressure' on North Korea
Senior officials from Japan and South Korea have reiterated the need for maintaining a regime of sanctions and restrictions on North Korea to force Pyongyang to address concerns about its missile and nuclear programs.
South Korea, UAE agree to enhance cooperation
South Korea and the UAE will closely cooperate in energy, infrastructure, the fourth industrial revolution, and the medical sector, the finance ministry here said.
South Korean imported car sales  jump 23% on demand for German cars
Sales of imported vehicles in South Korea jumped 23 percent last month compared with a year earlier on strong demand for German vehicles, industry data showed on Wednesday.
US, South Korea plan massive military exercise: Pentagon
The US said it will hold a joint military exercise with South Korea hours after President Donald Trump hailed as ‘very positive’ North Korea's offer of talks.
South Korea inflation speeds up slightly in February
South Korea's annual inflation accelerated modestly in February, boosted by a surge in fresh food prices over winter, but remains below levels that would have implications for monetary policy.
New employment of 30-somethings in South Korea’s public sector falls
The number of people in their 30s who were newly employed in the public sector fell in 2016 from the previous year, government data showed Monday, despite the government and state-run companies lifting the age limit for new recruits.
South Korea's petrochemical exports hit all-time high in 2017
Exports of refined oil and related petrochemical products by South Korean refiners reached a record high last year on strong demand and higher oil prices, government data showed on Monday.
South Korea sending envoys to North Korea
South Korea will dispatch a delegation led by senior security officials for a two-day visit to North Korea starting Monday, the presidential Blue House announced Sunday, as US President Donald Trump hinted that he is ready to talk to Pyongyang.
South Korea ‘to send high-level delegation to North’
South Korea has announced a decision to send a high-level political delegation to the North, raising hopes for a diplomatic solution to the decades-long conflict on the Korean Peninsula.
South Korea bans English education for first and second graders
South Korea has banned English language classes for first- and second-grade students in elementary schools to "minimize negative effects of early English education practices". The ban, which came into effect on Thursday, is part of a policy that, the government says, is in line with a Constitutional Court ruling in 2016 that said teaching English may hinder the students' proficiency in Korean.
South Koreans divided over reduced working hours
South Korean workers have expressed mixed feelings towards the passage of a revised bill through parliament that aims to shorten working hours, with some citing positive improvements in their work-life balance while others fear a cut in wages
‘Comfort women:’ South Korea won’t let go despite deal
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says Japan’s wartime sexual enslavement of Korean women constituted “crimes against humanity,” saying the case is not closed despite a deal between South Korea’s former president and Japan that seemed to resolve the dispute.
South Korean prosecutors request 30 years jail for disgraced former president Park
South Korean prosecutors requested on Tuesday a 30-year prison sentence for disgraced former South Korean president Park Geun-hye, who was impeached last year in a sensational corruption scandal.

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