Jeongmin Kim is a correspondent at NK News, based in Seoul. She previously worked for the CSIS Korea Chair and in the Seoul bureau of Reuters news agency. Follow her on Twitter @jeongminnkim
The warning comes after state media claims that migratory birds, snow and yellow dust from China could spread the virus
The South Korean president already congratulated Biden days ago. Now, he has a call with him on Thursday.
South Korean foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha meets with Pompeo and other officials in Washington, D.C.
South Korean leader stresses the two Koreas are the “stakeholders” on the peninsula, hopes for strong U.S.-ROK alliance
South Korean conservatives, progressives split on relations with North Korea under Biden, according to 500-person survey
President-elect Joe Biden delivered a victory speech vowing to “make America respected around the world again”
Lee Dae-jun was killed by North Korean soldiers on Sept. 22, and his brother remains unconvinced that he tried to defect
Groups accused of violating inter-Korean exchange law by sending balloons filled with bibles or leaflets, sources say
The person likely crossed barbed wire at the eastern frontline of the border, ROK military officials told reporters
At a key briefing on Tuesday, lawmakers revealed new pieces of intelligence on DPRK leadership and military affairs
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