The two countries watch each other’s policy shifts very carefully and respond accordingly.
A survey shows the impact foreign media is having on North Korea’s residents, despite the government’s harsh crackdown
The Arch of Reunification has been destroyed – reversing decades of government policy targeting eventual reunification with the South.
Amid signs of growing domestic disquiet over his repressive regime, North Korea’s leader is trying to deflect scrutiny by upping war rhetoric.
A new law has been introduced that officially brings dog meat to an end as a commodity in South Korea.
Kim Jong-un is continuing to release statements about a possible military conflict with South Korea.
Following a 30-year boy-to-girl birth rate imbalance, up to 800,000 ‘extra’ men born since the mid-1980s will be unable to find a South Korean woman to marry. That has big demographic consequences.
Electronic sports, or esports, is a practice that is often looked down upon. But it is a growing global phenomenon played on an incredible scale.
Nato is showing ominous signs of becoming war weary. It must maintain its support for Ukraine.
Korean president, Yoon Suk-yeol, is branding indulging in a display of ‘red-baiting’ to cast his opponents as communists.
President Biden has an opportunity to show himself as a global leader who can bring historically antagonistic U.S. allies together.
South Korea’s fertility rate fell below the level needed to sustain a population in the mid-1980s – and it never recovered. It is now below one child per woman during her reproductive years.
The disruption of Taiwan’s chip industry would affect everyone.
The South Korean government’s embrace of gendered citizenship has fueled the virulent gender war between men and women, with digital sex crimes used as ammunition.
New research investigates a poorly known wildlife trade.
The US and South Korea are significantly beefing up security arrangements in the face of the perceived growing threat from China and North Korea.
The ‘Washington Declaration’ unveiled during the state visit by South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol gives Seoul a greater role in coordinating a nuclear response strategy.
The meeting is just the second US state visit during the Biden administration. It comes as Washington and Seoul face common concerns.
The South China Sea is of strategic and economic importance to Beijing and the US, setting up a potential power struggle that could spark conflict.
Successive Japanese administrations have tried – and largely failed – to reduce urban overcrowding for 70 years.