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South Korea, Japan discuss lingering wartime disputes
Japan's new Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Friday told reporters he had spoken with South Korean President Moon Jae-in urging an "appropriate" response on disputes including compensation for forced wartime labour.
Iran coach Skocic not satisfied with South Korea draw, Bento welcomes ‘fair result’
Iran head coach Dragan Skocic was left wanting more, while his counterpart on the South Korean bench Paulo Bento praised a quality contest after the two sides played to a 1-1 draw at the 2022 World Cup Asian qualifiers in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium on Tuesday.
South Korea's Lee wins ruling party primary ahead of presidential election
Lee Jae-myung became the presidential candidate for South Korea's ruling party on Sunday, hoping to overcome a property scandal and gather national support while conservative opponents trade barbs over anal acupuncture and fortune-tellers.
South Korea launches homegrown SLBM: Report
South Korea test-fired a homegrown submarine-launched ballistic missile, a report said on Tuesday.
South Korea willing to release Iran’s blocked assets: Official
Chairman of Iran-South Korea Joint Chamber of Commerce said that South Korea is striving to release Iranian assets blocked in South Korea due to US sanctions imposed against Iran.
North Korea not picking up hotlines after warning South, U.S. over joint drills
North Korea did not answer routine calls on inter-Korean hotlines on Tuesday, South Korea said, hours after a senior official in Pyongyang warned the South and the United States over annual joint military drills set to begin this week.
Kim stresses military preparations ahead of U.S.-South Korea drills
North Korea said Friday that leader Kim Jong-un called for stronger capability to cope with any foreign provocation as he met with military officers ahead of annual drills next month between South Korea and the United States that Pyongyang views as an invasion rehearsal.
Two Koreas restore severed communications in surprise thaw
North and South Korea signaled a surprise thaw in relations on Tuesday, announcing the restoration of cross-border communications that were severed more than a year ago and an agreement between their two leaders to improve ties.
US appeases South Korea, allows Seoul to use Iranian funds to settle debts: Report
A South Korean newspaper said funds belonging to Iran and frozen in two bank accounts in the Far East country have been used to pay back debts to dozens of companies who had exported goods and services to Iran before it came under US sanctions in 2018.
South Korea, US hold talks on Iran frozen assets
Top economic policymakers of South Korea and the United States in a meeting agreed to cooperate on the issue of Iran's funds frozen in Seoul.
Thousands of South Korean workers rally for better conditions
Thousands of South Korean workers staged a rally in downtown Seoul to demand better conditions, video images showed on Saturday, defying a government ban and shrugging off warnings that their protest could ignite a new wave of the coronavirus.
Delta variant sweeps Asia, prompting curbs as vaccination remains tepid
The highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging through Asia this week, with record numbers of infections in Australia and South Korea, prompting some countries to tighten curbs and others to hasten vaccination.

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