South Korea

The Story Of How One U.s. General Saved America From Defeat Vs. North Korea

Warfare History Network History, Asia Any guesses who? Siren wailing, the jeep propelling Lt. Gen. Walton H. Walker headed north from Walker’s tactical command post in Seoul. Since taking command of all U.S. ground forces in Korea on July 13 he...
Related topics: North Korea, Seoul

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Previewing Trump's Trip To Seoul: There's Something Happening Here

President Trump’s upcoming visit to South Korea has gained new importance. Several developments over the last month suggest that something big is about to happen, though it is unclear what this “something” is precisely. Trump’s two-day...
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Trump Heads To South Korea To Reignite Denuclearization Talks, Possibly Give Dmz Speech

US President Donald Trump will visit South Korea this weekend to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, just a few days after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un confirmed that he had received a personal letter from Trump, describing the...
Related topics: Donald Trump, North Korea, Kim Jong-Un

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Will China Take The Seoul Train To A New Korean Future?

Sukjoon Yoon Security, Asia It is striking, and rather mysterious, that China’s policies are so clearly ill-adapted to the changing situation on the Korean Peninsula. China’s rise is inexorable, and the decline of U.S. power an inevitable...
Related topics: China, Seoul

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Nuclear North Korea Wants Less Talk, More Action

Doug Bandow Security, Asia If there is any chance of achieving Washington’s objective of comprehensive verifiable irreversible denuclearization, then it requires addressing conditions set by Pyongyang. SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — The great metropolis...
Related topics: North Korea, Pyongyang, Seoul

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South Korea Begins Sea Trials For New Attack Submarine

South Korea’s newest attack submarine has begun its first sea trials. The indigenously designed KSS-3-class diesel-electric sub will be Seoul’s first ballistic missile-capable boat.
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Norway Join China, Spain In World Cup Last 16 As France And Germany Top Groups

Reims (France) (AFP) – Norway went through to the last 16 of the Women’s World Cup alongside China and Spain on Monday after beating South Korea 2-1, while France and Germany topped their groups with wins over Nigeria and South...
Related topics: Norway, China, Spain, France, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria

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Meet The Air Force Sergeant Who's Also A Pro-wrestling Champ In South Korea

When he's not overseeing fuels knowledge operations at Kunsan Air Base, Tech. Sgt. Gregory Gauntt has another, very hands-on job.

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Korean War: How The Battle For Seoul Became A Bloodbath

Warfare History Network Security, In the final assessment, the battle for Seoul proved to be a relatively brief but exceedingly tough fight. On September 15, 1950, the United Nations X Corps, spearheaded by two regiments of the U.S. 1st Marine...
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Kim Jong Un Sends His Sister To South Korea In Possible Sign Of Warming Relations

The meeting offers a glimmer of hope on what would otherwise have been the bleak anniversary of the much-hyped Trump-Kim summit in Singapore.
Related topics: Kim Jong-Un, Anniversaries, Singapore

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15 Shortlisted Participants Of The Greenpreneurs 2019 Program To Take Part In A 12-week Global...

By GGGIJun 12 2019 (IPS-Partners) SEOUL, Republic of Korea  (GGGI) – Out of more than 200 participants, 15 were shortlisted from GGGI’s Member countries and countries where GGGI has operations, including Cambodia, Colombia, Ethiopia, India,...
Related topics: Seoul, Cambodia, Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Morocco

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Human Rights Group Identifies More Than 300 North Korean Execution Sites

A South Korean human rights group said Tuesday that it has recorded 323 sites in North Korea where state-sanctioned executions have taken place under the leadership of Kim Jong Un.
Related topics: Human Rights, North Korea, Kim Jong-Un

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South Korea And Iran Share Spoils In Friendly International

Seoul (AFP) – South Korea scored once but also put one into their own net as an entertaining football friendly against Iran ended in a 1-1 draw in Seoul Tuesday. Hwang Ui-jo found the net in his second straight match for the Taeguk Warriors at...
Related topics: Iran, Seoul

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Urns With Ashes Of 4 Danube Boat Crash Victims Brought To South Korea - Reports

TOKYO (Sputnik) - Urns containing the ashes of four people who died after a Hungarian pleasure boat carrying South Korean tourists crashed two weeks ago were brought home to the victims' families, the Yonhap news agency reported on Monday.
Related topics: Japan, Tokyo

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United Kingdom And South Korea Strike Agreement For Post-brexit Trade

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK International Trade Secretary Liam Fox and his South Korean counterpart, Yoo Myung-hee, on Monday signed a trade agreement, allowing the businesses of both countries to keep trading "on the same terms as they do today" even...
Related topics: United Kingdom, Russia, Moscow

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Opinion: Believe The Hype. France Shows Why It's A World Cup Favorite With Dominant Win

France is trying to become the first country to hold both men's and women's World Cup titles. Friday's win over South Korea showed that's possible.       
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Does Reality Change Ideas, Or Vice Versa? - North Korean Defectors: Should South Korea Do More To...

The intellectual Right is in the middle of a huge brouhaha, as some prominent right-wing commentators celebrate what they believe is the end of the “conservative consensus” around classical liberalism — free markets, limited government, the...
Related topics: North Korea

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Kim's Worst Nightmare: An Attack By South Korea's Air Force?

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia Seoul truly has some impressive air power at its disposal. After a large army, the second most important arm of the Republic of Korea Armed Forces has historically been the country’s air force. The Republic of Korea...
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Robot Baristas May Be The Future Of South Korea's Coffee Culture

In Seoul, robot baristas take orders remotely and brew fresh coffee. But many fear automation is putting young Koreans out of work.        
Related topics: Seoul

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South Korean Businesses Growingly Adopt Unmanned Services

Robots are coming to South Korea's vibrant coffee culture, where crowds of lunchtime customers queuing at cafes are a daily sight. Coffee is just one of many industries that could be transformed by automated services in this tech-forward nation—a...

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