Kelly Kasulis is the Managing Editor of NK News, based in Seoul. She previously covered North and South Korea for Public Radio International, Al Jazeera English, Bloomberg Industry, Mic and many others. Follow Kelly on Twitter: @kasulisk.
Experts say the former US vice president will be harsher on North Korea, but is still open to meeting Kim Jong Un
Regardless of the results, South Korea's foreign minister will meet U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo next week
Biden addressed South Korea and Korean Americans at large in an unprecedented Yonhap News Agency article
China and North Korea continue to grow closer, and experts say this spells a bad future for sanctions enforcement
Biden called out Trump's relationship with North Korea but said that Washington's greatest threat is Russia and China
At least 1,000 North Koreans came to the South every year for the last two decades. But so far, only 195 arrived in 2020
To honor the 70th anniversary of Chinese soldiers entering the Korean War, Kim visited a cemetery and gifted flowers
North Korea’s Embassy in Stockholm is calling out the documentary series in a privately circulated note seen by NK News
In a newly-released report, the U.N. urges both North and South Korea to divulge what they know about the case
Speaking at the ruling party's 75th anniversary events, Kim also expressed hopes to "hold hands" with South Korea again
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