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.
Experts say filing a lawsuit against the North is “theoretically possible.” But there are several boxes to be ticked.
South Korea spent the money to set up a rice aid project with the World Food Programme, but North Korea refused the help
The Korean Tactical Surface to Surface Missile (KTSSM) can seek and destroy underground bunkers
Opposition party member Tae Yong-ho says North Korea may find the South’s offer to provide aid “humiliating”
Celltrion Group chairman says he will send antibody treatments if the South Korean government gives him the go-ahead
Seoul’s unification ministry to hold “workshop” for improving human rights groups’ administrative skills
Experts say the proposal is not timely or feasible, and that Seoul should first restore its relations with Pyongyang
State media says workers are being taught about COVID-19 sanitization and factories are upping face mask production
The DPRK published several articles condemning the U.S.-ROK alliance over the weekend, just days before the election
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