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
Christmas marks tragic milestone since Kim Jong-uk’s arrest, with at least six South Koreans still detained in the DPRK
Presidential candidate of South Korea’s ruling party also vows to complete OPCON transfer by end of his term
ROK ministries claim Moon administration’s DPRK policies have been a success, vow to resume inter-Korean detente
Conservative candidate Yoon Suk-yeol visited the Demilitarized Zone wearing military uniform against border dress code
North Korean leader signaling that he takes support and welfare of city’s citizens ‘very seriously,’ expert says
Office of Foreign Assets Control to sanction DPRK prosecutor’s office, animation studio and top official on Friday
Seoul’s unification minister also argues Pyongyang appears more interested in talks, citing October hotline reconnection
Unification ministry notes many victims are elderly and in poor health, and 82% don’t know if family in North is alive
Agency plans to ship items via Nampho-Dalian route, after it briefly opened for aid deliveries in fall
Completion of radar in Alaska follows recent North Korean missile tests, as US notes ‘rogue’ state targeting it
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