Two B-1B bombers hold nighttime drill against N. Korea

Two B-1B bombers hold nighttime drill against N. Korea

Two B-1B strategic bombers of the U.S. Air Force trained with South Korea's fighter jets over the Korean Peninsula earlier this week in yet another show of force against North Korea, the allies said Wednesday.
Moon defends political reform as move to rebuild nation

Moon defends political reform as move to rebuild nation

South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in called for additional efforts to speed up government-led social and political reforms on Tuesday, dismissing opposition accusations that the move is aimed at retaliating against his political rivals.
This undated file photo shows a South Korean Aegis destroyer on patrol. (Yonhap)

No immediate signs of N.K. provocations: S. Korean military

There are no signs of imminent North Korean provocations ahead of its key anniversary this week, a South Korean military official said Monday, adding that Seoul's military is maintaining a high state of monitoring and readiness in cooperation with the United States.
Korean tourists compare Hoi An city as “Venice of the East” and consider the city as the best favorite destination in the central of Vietnam

South Koreans arrivals to Vietnam booming

The number of South Korean tourists to Vietnam in general and to Da Nang city, Quang Nam province in particular have sharply increased recent years, creating challenges of tourism products and services development for this market.
Shrimp processing at Seafood Joint Stock Company No.1 (Photo: SGGP)

Seafood export likely to move from far to near markets

According to information from a businessman attending global seafood conference in Bali, Indonesia, seafood import market will move toward Asian region  comprising Japan, South Korea and China in the near future.