U.S. worsens situation on Korean Peninsula through ‘war rehearsals’ and arms reinforcement: N. Korea

North Korea has shifted the target of its condemnations from South Korea to the U.S., blaming Washington for making the situation on the Korean Peninsula worse by pushing ahead with a joint military exercise with Seoul. The North’s Rodong Sinmun said today that Washington, despite its promise in Singapore to improve relations with the North, still keeps a hostile policy

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Gangwon-do Province to become symbol of peace on Korean Peninsula: Pres. Moon

Gangwon-do Province to become symbol of peace on Korean Peninsula: Pres. Moon

President Moon says the government will actively support Gangwon-do Province in its efforts to build its economy through peace. He said the region has great potential to become the milestone for peace and prosperity in Korea. Our Park Hee-jun has more. President Moon says Gangwon-do Province will be the new symbol of peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula,… vowing

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Achieving denuclearization of Korean Peninsula is possible through diplomatic means: Shanahan

Achieving denuclearization of Korean Peninsula is possible through diplomatic means: Shanahan

acting US Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan has had full confidence in the ability to negotiate the final full and verifiable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula but he added North Korea remains an extraordinary threat that requires continued vigilance shanahan who is in Singapore for the shangri-la dialogue said Saturday that he viewed North Korea’s recent missile tests as a

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Nuclear envoys from S. Korea, U.S. and Japan discuss coordination on N. Korea

Nuclear envoys from S. Korea, U.S. and Japan discuss coordination on N. Korea

The chief nuclear negotiators of South Korea, the U.S. and Japan met in Washington on Tuesday. The talks centered around coordination on Pyeongyang,… and the reaffirmartion of pursuing complete denuclearization as well as lasting peace on the Peninsula. Kim Hyesung has our top story. South Korea’s Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs, Lee Do-hoon, met with his

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Typhoon Mitag to reach Korean Peninsula by Wednesday

Typhoon Mitag to reach Korean Peninsula by Wednesday

so be sure to have an umbrella ready this week as another typhoon is approaching the Korean Peninsula typhoon me tag is forecast to hit the country by Wednesday bringing heavy downpours to most of the nation namjoon has more the 18th typhoon of the season me tag is expected to reach Korea’s south coast around Wednesday if it stays

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Pres. Moon vows to create a peaceful, war-free Korean peninsula

Pres. Moon vows to create a peaceful, war-free Korean peninsula

President Moon Jae-in has emphasized the need to continue working to build permanent peace on the Korean Peninsula,… especially with the country still being technically at war. During a lunch today with Korean War veterans,… he said he will free the peninsula from worries of another war. Park Hee-jun has the details. President Moon Jae-in says he is working to

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Typhoon Tapah approaches southern coast of Korean Peninsula, heavy rain expected

Typhoon Tapah approaches southern coast of Korean Peninsula, heavy rain expected

we begin with our top story this afternoon this year’s 17th typhoon Thapa is heading toward northward and expected to make landfall on the Korean Peninsula according to the Korea meteorological administration as of 9 a.m. Saturday the storm has strengthened into a medium-sized typhoon with a maximum wind speed of 126 km/h top is expected to pass through the

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[ NEWS IN-DEPTH] Pyeongyang Declaration, one year-on

[ NEWS IN-DEPTH] Pyeongyang Declaration, one year-on

tomorrow September 19th marks exactly one year since South Korean leader won Jane in North Korean leader Kim jong-un met in Pyongyang for their third encounter since president moon took office the to sign the Pyongyang joint declaration in which they agreed on ways to ease inter-korean military tensions and boost economic cooperation between the two Koreas on today’s in-depth

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China will continue efforts to bring peace to Korean peninsula: Qiu Guohong

China will continue efforts to bring peace to Korean peninsula: Qiu Guohong

China’s ambassador to South Korea, Qiu Guohong says Seoul and Beijing are on the same track when it comes to bringing peace to the Korean peninsula. Speaking at a forum Wednesday at South Korea’s National Assembly, Qiu said China has always played a constructive role in the peace process, proposing feasible and practical solutions, and that it will continue those

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