South Korean Police Investigating 14-year-old Boy as Suspect of Attack on Lawmaker
By Kim Tong-hyung
The attack Thursday on Bae Hyunjin, a member of the conservative ruling party, came just weeks after a man stabbed opposition leader Lee Jae-myung in the neck.
North Korea Appears to Demolish ‘Reunification Arch’ as Kim Jong Un Turns Against Ties With South
By Kim Tong-hyung
The apparent demolition comes less than a month after Kim announced that his country would no longer pursue reconciliation with the South.
Relitigating the Past: How to Overcome Recent Court Cases and Strengthen the Japan-South Korea Relationship
By Cornelius Cornelssen
Two recent legal rulings in South Korea are once again threatening to unravel the relationship.
Kim Jong Un’s Declaration of a Hostile Relationship Between North and South Korea Is a Big Deal
By Lee Min-yong
With a decisive change in the North’s policy toward the South, the Korean Peninsula has now devolved from a state of armistice to one where conflict could loom at any moment.
Pyongyang Wants to Be DPRK, Not North Korea
By Mitch Shin
Underneath the belligerence, the reframing by Pyongyang actually opens an opportunity, if Seoul can seize it.
Will Kim Jong Un’s Daughter Succeed Him? High-Ranking North Korean Officials Have Doubts.
By Seulkee Jang
Much attention is focused on whether Kim Ju Ae will succeed her father, but North Korean officials have other explanations for her increased visibility.
Lee Sun-kyun of Oscar-Winning ‘Parasite’ Died of Social Murder
By Eunwoo Lee
South Korean society collectively stripped and buried Lee in its cruel approach to drug users.
North Korea Factor Fades Amid Seoul’s Trilateral Engagement
By Abhishek Sharma
South Korea’s current diplomatic strategy is overlooking its greatest security threat.
The New Dynamism in Germany’s Relations With South Korea
By Tim Hildebrandt and Julian Klose
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has compelled Germany to alter its foreign policy and role in the world. This has also had repercussions for partners outside the EU.
North Korea’s ‘Successful’ Spy Satellite Launch
By ISOZAKI Atsuhito
What does it all mean?
Can Han Dong-hoon Unite and Lead South Korea’s Ruling Party?
By Kenji Yoshida and Jason Morgan
Former Justice Minister Han Dong-hoon is the PPP's new leader, but it remains to be seen whether he can step out from President Yoon's shadow.
South Korea’s Opposition Leader Survives Stabbing
By Shannon Tiezzi
Lee Jae-myung, leader of the Democratic Party, was attacked during a tour of Busan.