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Ukraine sink South Korea to claim under-20 World Cup glory

Ukraine beat South Korea 3-1 to win the under-20 World Cup final in Poland, despite an early penalty.

Nigeria upset South Korea for rare World Cup win

The Koreans are all but out of contention after a surprise setback in their second Group A game.

Sister of N. Korean leader pays respects to Lee He-ho

Kim Yo-jong gives her condolences, and flowers, on her brother's behalf at a meeting with South Korean officials in the demilitarised zone.

More bodies found as Hungary lifts sunken tourist boat from river

Police recovers four bodies from the Mermaid tourist boat after the wreckage was lifted from the bottom of the Danube river.

Britain agrees on Brexit trade deal with S. Korea

It is Britain's first post-Brexit trade deal in Asia and follows similar agreements with nations including Chile, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.

Rampant France thrash Korea in World Cup opener

France started their campaign with an easy 4-0 victory.

France to set ball rolling against Korea as World Cup kicks...

Les Bleues are ranked fourth in the world and are seen as the second favourites after the holders, the United States.

S. Korea records first current account deficit in 7 years

The data comes a day after the Bank of Korea reported the economy shrank 0.4% quarter-on-quarter in the first three months.

South Korea could start returning bodies from Budapest boat disaster

The remains of South Korean victims onboard a boat which sank in Budapest last week will be returning to South Korea as search efforts continue to improve.

Pentagon chief: US-South Korea military exercises not ‘necessary’

The resumption of major US-South Korea joint military exercises is not "necessary" despite stalled negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang, says Pentagon chief Patrick Shanahan.

Captain charged over Budapest boat tragedy

The Sigyn’s Ukrainian captain is charged but the court did not give further details.

South Korean families of Budapest boat tragedy victims visit scene

South Korea's Foreign Minister is not giving up on the prospect of finding survivors.

South Korea ‘humbly accept criticism’ over China trophy row

The KFA apologises to the CFA and the Chinese people for the disappointing behaviour of their young players.

Thou shalt not march: S.Korean conservatives denounce Pride

In recent times, activists say believers have found a new enemy: sexual minorities.

Hopes of finding missing S.Koreans fade after Budapest boat tragedy

A spokesman for Mermaid owner Panorama Deck says the chances of further survivors being found as 'very slim'.

‘Tough journey’: The South Korean mother blazing trail at World Cup

Hwang is the only wedded woman in the squad and its oldest member at 31.

Petition calling for impeachment of S.Korea’s Moon to force a response

The petition has gathered more than 200,000 signatures, which means the South Korean government has to respond to it.

S.Korea’s prolific character actress shines in Cannes winner

In Bong's latest family drama, Lee plays a live-in housekeeper for a wealthy family in Seoul, whose members become an obsession for a poor young man.

Bong and Song: The double act behind S.Korea’s Cannes victory

Song Kang-ho is an actor who has become something of a national treasure.

Cannes: “Parasite”, Banderas win accolades

South Korea's "Parasite" and actor Antonio Banderas emerge as major winners of the 72nd Cannes International Film Festival

US urges S.Korea to reject Huawei goods

The US government has repeatedly sent the message to South Korea's Foreign Ministry that using Huawei products could cause security problems.

South Korea preparing to set up joint film organisation with ASEAN

South Korea is preparing to set up a joint organisation with ASEAN to promote the development of the region's film industry.

China all but confirmed as 2023 Asian Cup hosts after Korea...

South Korea chooses to focus on bidding for the Women's World Cup, as the government would support co-hosting the tournament with their Northern neighbours.

Facebook sues S.Korea data analytics firm

Facebook has suspended apps and accounts associated with Rankwave.