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Presidential Archives open in Sejong City
Jan 15, 2016
Korea's new Presidential Archives open in Sejong City on Jan. 14. A new archive for presidential records and documents opened in Sejong City on Jan. 14. All the records previously preserved at the National Archives of Korea in Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do Province, have...

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S. Korean, Russian foreign ministers to hold phone talk...
Jan 14, 2016
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov pledged Wednesday to cooperate on the U.N.'s move to deal with North Korea's latest nuclear test, Seoul's foreign ministry said. Lavrov delivered the message in a telephone conversation with his South Korean counterpart Yun Byung-se. ...

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Citizens will enjoy the fruits of innovation efforts: p...
Jan 13, 2016
“I will make 2016 the year when the nation will enjoy the fruits of our innovation efforts, as we will all come forward and join in our efforts to bring about innovation.” President Park Geun-hye spoke those words as she wrapped up her national address at Cheong Wa Dae on ...

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S. Korea, China's six-party chiefs agree to cooperate o...
Jan 09, 2016
South Korea and China's chief negotiators for the six-party talks on denuclearizing North Korea agreed Friday to closely collaborate in punishing North Korea for its recent nuclear test, the Foreign Ministry said. In their telephone conversation earlier in the day, Hwang Joon...

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S. Korea, Japan defense chiefs vow joint action against...
Jan 09, 2016
Defense Minister Han Min-koo and his Japanese counterpart Gen Nakatani jointly denounced North Korea's recent nuclear test Friday, also vowing close bilateral collaboration on the issue, the Defense Ministry said. Han and Nakatani held a telephone conference earlier in the even...

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S. Korea resumes anti-N. Korea loudspeaker broadcasts
Jan 08, 2016
South Korea restarted propaganda broadcasts Friday along its border with North Korea, two days after Pyongyang tested a nuclear bomb. Military tensions are expected to escalate on the peninsula as the North is extremely sensitive to any outside criticism of its leadership an...

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A glance into agricultural technologies
Jan 07, 2016
There is now a chance to take a glimpse into the past, present and future of Korea’s agricultural development and related technologies. The Rural Development Administration opened the History of Agricultural Technology Hall at its National Institute of Crop Science in Suw...

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Diplomats condemn North's nuclear test as 'unacceptable...
Jan 07, 2016
Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun Byung-se (center) meets U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert (left) and General Curtis Scaparrotti (right) from the R.O.K.-U.S. Combined Forces Command to discuss North Korea's recent fourth nuclear test, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Seoul on Jan....

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S. Korea in diplomatic consultations over N. Korea's nu...
Jan 07, 2016
South Korea's top nuclear envoy began full-fledged consultations Wednesday with his American and Japanese counterparts on ways to deal with North Korea's claimed nuclear test. Hwang Joon-kook, special representative for Korean Peninsula peace and security affairs, had phone t...

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Gov’t widens medical benefit for patients with cancer, ...
Jan 06, 2016
The history of the healthcare insurance system in Korea traces back to 1963 when the medical insurance law was enacted. Despite its relatively short history compared to those in other countries, Korea’s healthcare system is praised overseas. This is because it is a universal heal...