Won-Gi Jung is a reporter based in Seoul. He previously worked for the CSIS Korea Chair and East Asia Institute. Follow him on Twitter: @jungwongida.
Lee In-young says he hopes the Biden administration will respect Seoul's call for smaller-scale joint military exercises
State media’s questionable list of coronavirus-spreading things is growing, from birds to snowflakes to frozen treats
Seoul tried to limit National Intelligence Service power in a recent amendment, but HRW says it’s not enough
The DPRK periodically reports testing and quarantine updates to the World Health Organization
The system, which has been in the works for years, will detect ground vibrations and supplement a dwindling military
South Korea did not cosponsor the resolution for the second year in a row, but still supported it in a U.N. meeting
A day after Seoul passed a bill criminalizing leaflets send-overs to North Korea, opposers prep for constitutional court
A new law passed on Sunday will transfer investigative power to the country’s national police
A days-long filibuster is set to end soon, and legal experts say the bill will likely become law.
North Korean mobile app games are becoming more original and more diverse, new Japanese report says
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