In a hip neighborhood in Seoul, South Koreans are getting a taste of one of the world's most repressive regimes.
It was 4 a.m. when 16-year-old Yoo Chae-rin realized she had been on her phone for 13 hours. In less than three hours, she had to be up for school.
For almost three years, "Welcome To Video" was a covert den for people who traded in clips of children being sexually assaulted.
K-pop star Sulli, formerly of the band f(x), has been found dead at her home.
All good things must come to an end, and so it is that Jill Ellis has stepped down as coach of the United States women's soccer team.
North Korea said it test fired a new type of a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) Wednesday, a day after Pyongyang and Washington agreed to resume nuclear talks.
The US has assessed that North Korea tested a medium-range missile on Wednesday local time. It was fired from a launcher placed on a floating barge off the coast of the country, according to two US officials familiar with the latest assessment.
The US military has identified the remains of two American soldiers almost 70 years after they were reported missing during the Korean War.
The United States and North Korea plan to resume working-level talks next week, according to the US State Department.
North Korea attacked President Donald Trump's claims of progress in denuclearization talks Monday at the United Nations, saying there has been little so far and that the situation remains trapped in a cycle of tension.
A Colorado-based soldier died in a training-related incident in South Korea, the US Army announced Thursday.
Police have launched an investigation in South Korea after a doctor performed an abortion by mistake.
On the same street corner in Seoul where 10,000 South Korean women rallied last October to demand an end to spy cameras and sexual violence, the leader of a new activist group addressed a small group of angry young men.
Hundreds of mourners took to the streets of Seoul Saturday to remember a mother who fled poverty in North Korea, only to die of suspected starvation in her small apartment in South Korea. Mourners, mostly defectors themselves, marched with two symbolic empty caskets to the Blue House, South Korea's presidential office, eventually clashing with the police.
Political activist Gloria Steinem was in high school when the Korean War started. Now 85, she is urging politicians to bring it to an end.
South Korea has become the latest country affected by deadly African swine fever, after several pigs that died at a farm were found to have been infected with the virus, its agriculture ministry said Tuesday.
Eight years after Japan's worst nuclear disaster, the government is not sure what to do with the contaminated water that remains -- but its environment minister says dumping it into the ocean might be the only choice.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the test-firing of a "super-large multiple rocket launcher" Tuesday, North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency reported Wednesday.
North Korea launched two unidentified projectiles from South Pyongan Province toward the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan, on Tuesday morning, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said in a statement.
Three of the four remaining crew members who were trapped aboard a cargo ship that capsized off the Georgia coast were rescued on Monday, the US Coast Guard said.
Clicking through a series of photo slides that depict recent North Korean missile tests, South Korean military defense expert Choi Kang reacts in a tone suggesting he's both fearful and impressed.
Samsung on Thursday announced the launch of its expensive — and troubled — Galaxy Fold, which will become the first foldable phone to hit the market.
A group of Brazilian women who traveled to South Korea hoping to join its multibillion-dollar K-pop industry instead found themselves trafficked into prostitution, according to South Korean police.
People in South Korea are having fewer babies and that's a problem.