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Kim Jong-Nam’s Son Says His Father Was Murdered

A young man claiming to be a son of the half-brother of North Korea's leader says that his father has been murdered.

Geoje Seaworld Under Investigation Over Dolphin Deaths

A joint private and public inspection will be conducted at Geoje Sea World, a dolphin experience facility where six dolphins have died in the past three years.

Kim Jeong-nam Poisoned to Death in Malaysia

Kim Jeong-nam, the older half brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jeong Eun, was killed today in Malaysia.

Sex Slavery Statue to be Erected in Atlanta

Another sex-slavery statue will be established however this time, outside of Korea.

Koreans Adjust to American Eggs as First-time Imports Seek to Stem Shortage

The rise in egg prices is especially ill-timed -this because ancestral rites for the upcoming Lunar New Year require a lot of eggs.

Kim Young-ran Law May be Altered in March

The amount of the food allowance in the Kim Young-ran law may be altered from March in order to help domestic demand.

Korean-American Professor Sues School for Racial Discrimination

An international relations professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago has filed a lawsuit against the school, alleging he was discriminated against because he is from Korea.

Video: Watch the Avatar Looking Method-2 Robot’s Walking

Watch Korea Future Technology's Method-2, a giant manned robot that looks straight out of the movie Avatar.

Graphic Health Warning Cigarette Packs Make Debut Today in Korea

Starting today, cigarette packs in Korea will be sporting one of 10 graphic images showing the harmful effects of smoking.

Korean Diplomat in Chile Accused of Sexually Harassing Underage Girls

A South Korean diplomat stationed in Chile has caused a diplomatic row with the South American country after a tape of him trying to solicit a teenage girl went viral.

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